The most difficult thing I’ve come up against so far, certainly in my own head, is how to approach the literature review, both the writing (the language) and the headings. The writing in itself doesn’t really cause a problem, after all, talking about interesting stuff isn’t that hard! But, the tricky part is getting the terminology right, sufficiently ‘academic’…. Read more →
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