The Future of Academic Style: Why Citations Still Matter in the Age of GooglePosted by in writing
Academic style is less that which makes a piece of writing unique than it is that which makes a piece of writing conform. Style, in the academic sense, is a set of recognizable professional conventions that create a framework within which writers stake their claims to original thought.
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