Researching and Writing in History
by F. N. McCoy
Publisher: University of California Press 1974
Number of pages: 100
In this handbook the author has analyzed the stages involved in the term research paper from the viewpoint of the time involved in each, the order in which they should be undertaken, and their distribution over the typical twelve-week college or university quarter.
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