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Writing Academic Papers in English: For Korean Writers

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There are many books to help Korean students write in English, but few deal with writing at the scholarly level. This is a book which deals with academic research paper writing and is designed primarily for Korean post-secondary writers. This book introduces and explains to the undergraduate or graduate student how to better plan, research, write, and edit an argument pape ...more
Paperback, 336 pages
Published August 1st 2017 by Moldy Rutabaga Books
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Learning to Crawl (2020) and Shorter of Breath (2017) are novels by Kenneth (Ken) Eckert, who is a native of Edmonton, Canada living in Korea. As an English professor most of his writing is on medieval and (post)modern literature, with a recently published book, Middle English Romances in Translation (Sidestone), and Writing Academic Papers in English: For Korean Writers. He is an alumnus of Memor ...more

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