Crossing the Finish Line: The Academic Research Argument

Below is the credit for Chapter 4 “Crossing the Finish Line: The Academic Research Argument”

Write Here, Right Now: An Interactive Introduction to Academic Writing and Research by Ryerson University licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License is the primary text in section 4.1.

The primary texts for 4.2 are

The primary texts for 4.3 are

The primary texts for 4.4 are

“Annoying Ways People Use Sources” by Kyle D. Stedman is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted in Entering the Conversation by Naomi Salmon (Editor). The text by Stedman is the primary text used in section 4.5.

“Counterarguments, Acknowledgement and Response, and Warrants” authored by Karla Lyles and Jeanine Rauch and provided by the University of Mississippi is licensed under a CC BY-SA: Attribution-ShareAlike and is the primary text used in section 4.6.

Writing & Research in the Disciplines: Advanced Composition at the University of Mississippi is published as an OER through Lumen Learning and is the primary text in section 4.7.

Section 4.8 “Crossing the Finish Line: The Academic Research Argument: End-of-Chapter Exercises” was created by pulling in-chapter exercises from the above-mentioned texts. See section footnotes for individual activity credits.

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