What is the oldest scientific work of all time

Preparation of scientific work

This book is the result of intensive seminars for the preparation of theses, which the author has held every semester at the Westphalian Wilhelms University in Münster for almost two decades. The practical guide is both a textbook and a reference work. The structure corresponds to the work phases of a scientific paper and is therefore the ideal companion for everyone who is writing or preparing for a paper. The present fifth edition has been fundamentally revised and updated. The author offers a supplementary e-booklet for downloading from www.springer-gabler.de in the online service for the textbook under "Additional Information" especially for theses in English, which are increasingly required at German universities.

 

The content

• Lesson 1: preliminary work

• Lesson 2: literature research

• Lesson 3: Obtaining and evaluating literature

• Learning unit 4: Supervision and expert discussions

• Lesson 5: Structure

• Lesson 6: Creating the manuscript

• Lesson 7: Quoting

• Lesson 8: Checking the manuscript

 

The target groups

Bachelor, master and doctoral students as well as anyone who wants to write scientific texts

 

The author

Dr. Alfred Brink is a lecturer in business administration and head of the economics library at the Westphalian Wilhelms University of Münster. He is also a lecturer at the Administration and Business Academy in Münster.

Keywords

Thesis Outline Bibliography Literature research Topic How to cite

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Westfälische Wilhelms-UniversitätMünsterGermany

About the authors

Dr. Alfred Brink is a lecturer in business administration and head of the economics library at the Westphalian Wilhelms University in Münster. He is also a lecturer at the Administration and Business Academy in Münster.

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