QA Compact: Quick Access - Research Writing as a Process (Ch. 30)
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Research writing involves three steps: conducting research, understanding and evaluating the results of your research, and writing the research paper with accurate DOCUMENTATION. Every research project requires these steps. Moreover, research writing, as is true of the WRITING PROCESS itself, often moves forward, loops back, and jumps ahead according to what unfolds as you work.
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