Key points of Formal Writing

Key points of Formal Writing (part 2)

In this part of the article, we will discuss the key characteristics of formal writing: 1) Narration 2) Vocabulary 3) Grammar and structure 4) Personality 5) Conjunctions and Contractions 6) Punctuation These are the things you should consider when writing academic articles, and we will talk about them in detail. Below, we will outline the Read more about Key points of Formal Writing (part 2)[…]

Key points of Formal Writing

Key points of Formal Writing

When you start writing articles in English, you should use a more formal language. This needs more effort than just translation. The formal style of writing is very different from the informal style. Here in this article, we will introduce the key points of formal writing. The formal writing style is a necessity for the Read more about Key points of Formal Writing[…]

Characteristics of a Good Researcher

Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 7)

Emotional Characteristics Curiosity: Unlike most people who are indifferent to common phenomena, a researcher pays attention even to the most common things. In other words, many of the things that are normal for the general public are mysterious to them.  Although the researcher cannot meditate on all matters, her mind gets full of questions and Read more about Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 7)[…]

Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 6)

Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 6)

I. Critical Approach to Problems Quick and easy understanding of the information provided by the professors or authors enables the researcher to pay attention to easily pass the surface and reach the deeper layers and dimensions of the issues.  So the researcher can notice issues, such as internal consistency and coherence, consistency with the previous Read more about Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 6)[…]

Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 5)

Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 5)

H. Holistic and Structured Approach to Understanding Problems The process of thinking, in addition to requiring the researcher’s knowledge of the available information, is only possible in the light of the integration and adjustment of information. So lack of the ability of systematic thinking not only makes thinking difficult but sometimes even makes it difficult Read more about Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 5)[…]

Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 4)

Acquired Cognitive Characteristics Mastering the Most Important Views in the Field of Study In addition to the intrinsic traits, a good researcher must have a significant set of acquired characteristics. These types of traits comprise two general categoriesof information and mental skills. Information refers to the researcher’s mastery of information about his/her field of intellectual Read more about Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 4)[…]

Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 3)

Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 3)

1. Talented: The word talented also has a variety of definitions so we will mention some of them below. 1.1. According to Marland, a talented and gifted person has the following characteristics: 1. General intellectual ability 2. specific academic ability 3. creative or productive thinking 4. leadership ability 5. visual and performing arts 6. psychomotor Read more about Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 3)[…]

Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 2)

Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 2)

B. Lack of a Proper Definition: It is very difficult to provide a clear definition of brilliance, like most terms in the field of humanities. There are several reasons for this. We will explain some of them below. Being Under the Influence of Prejudiced Assumptions The impact of assumptions is another factor contributing to the Read more about Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 2)[…]

Characteristics of a Good Researcher

Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 1)

The researcher must have specific intrinsic and acquired qualities, to be able to carry out research activities. Lack of these traits hinders the pursuit of research or makes conduction of research slow and difficult. The characteristics of a good researcher can be divided into the three categories of cognitive, emotional, and behavioral. A) Cognitive Characteristics Read more about Characteristics of a Good Researcher (Part 1)[…]

How to write a thesis? (Part 4)

How to write a thesis? (Part 4)

14. Learn the Principles of Research Methodology Students who do not know the proper, scientific, and professional methods of conducting a research will not be able to design a good questionnaire, have a good review of the literature, and may not have a professional writing based on the research topic and questions. An undesirable methodology Read more about How to write a thesis? (Part 4)[…]

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