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Copy of Organizing Your Social Sciences Research Paper: Acknowledgements

Sources Consulted

There are a tremendous number of books, journal and trade magazine articles, and commercial and non-commercial web sites offering advice about how to write a college-level research paper. In particular, the web sites linked below were consulted while developing this research guide. To facilitate further access to information about writing papers and completing related assignments in social sciences coursework, most text boxes include a bibliography of links to these sites, other online resources active at the time the page was written, and selected print sources. Suggestions for additional bibliographic sources or feedback concerning improvements to the guide are welcomed and can be sent directly to the author at labaree@usc.edu.

Academic Skills Program, University of Canberra

Department of Psychology Writing Center, University of Washington

Political Science/Law, Societies, and Justice/Jackson School of International Studies Writing Center, University of Washington

"How to Write a Paper in Scientific Journal Style and Format." Greg Anderson, Department of Biology, Bates College

The Institute for Writing and Rhetoric, Dartmouth College

The OWL (Online Writing Lab). Purdue University.

The Reading/Writing Center, Hunter College.

The Waldin Writing Center, Waldin University.

Web Center for Social Research Methods, Cornell University Office for Rsearch on Evaluation

Writing@CSU. Colorado State University.

The Writing Center. University of Kansas.

The Writing Center. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

The Writing Center. University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Writing Guide, Department of English, George Mason University.

Writing at the University of Toronto.

Writing Tutorial Services, Indiana University