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Writing your Thesis/Dissertation Proposal

Writing the Dissertation Proposal

Mise en place. It is a French phrase that is used in the professional cooking world and it means “(putting) everything in place.” The mise en place of a professional kitchen is its philosophy and system. It is used interchangeably as both a noun (setting up the ingredients) and a verb (the process of preparing to act). It is also a good way to think about starting to write the thesis or dissertation.

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Writing your Rhetorical Analysis Paper: some Tips to Guide you

Rhetorical analysis papers are a common type of assignment for college writing classes, although many new students find they have not encountered anything like it before.

I always tell students that the main thing to remember for a rhetorical analysis paper is not so much what the author is saying, but why and how the author is saying it.

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Avoiding Gender Bias in Writing

As we learn more about the relationship between gendered language and power, and as we increasingly understand gender itself as something fluid and complex, we face uncertainty over which pronouns to use in our writing to avoid alienating our readers. Although the topic of avoiding gender bias in language can be complicated, here are a few tips to keep in mind:

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Researching & Writing your Graduate Thesis - Part One of a Series

Researching & Writing your Graduate Thesis - Part One of a Series

In this series, we will attempt to provide general information that should apply to most graduate students, particularly in the United States and the UK. While there are some differences in terminology between the UK and the US, most everything else applies on both sides of the Atlantic.

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5 Tips for Writing the Master's Thesis

Congratulations, soon-to-be graduate! Your years of graduate-level research are drawing to a close and it is time to plan your exit. The only obstacle standing in your way is that Master's thesis. You have made notes on your theories, crafted the thesis statement, assembled your sources and note cards, and you've written the draft mostly in your head. Now what?

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