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writing skills

This section focuses on the basic principles of writing an article for a journal and the prerequisites for a well-structured and well-edited paper. As you read it, you should think about your own writing and specific problems you have confronted.

It covers choosing a journal, authorship, language, and submitting your paper. It outlines the qualities of a good abstract and all the other components of a paper. It discusses how to structure the text, style, editing yourself, and dealing with peer reviews.

No one can teach you how to write in a few hours. But this information may help you to see your writing differently, and become more able to analyse critically what you are doing when you are working on a paper, so that you can improve it yourself.

 writing a journal article

 avoiding acronyms

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