The primary aim of Writing Research is to create a frame of reference for writing research from a number of approaches to inquiry; and for a number of purposes. The content is directed to identifying principles for writing from within commonly used methodologies and methods in health research, which will guide writers to transform research data into written forms. The emphasis will be on the writing task, not on how to conduct the research, which follows after research data has been collected. The explanatory aspects of the content of the book will assist researchers in the development of research proposals and those who critique or review research for any purpose.
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SECTION A: Beginning the writing process
1. Purpose for writing
2. The writing process
SECTION B: Writing from within specific methodologies and methods
3. Interpretive approaches
4. Feminist approaches
5. Critical approaches
6. Post structuralist and post modern approaches
7. Historical approach
8. Empirico-analytical approach
SECTION C: Finalising the writing process
9. Ethics in publishing
10. Editor/ author relations
Hamilton, Helen Freelance editor; Former Projects Officer, RCN Australia, Editor of Collegian - journal of RCNA; Former Nurse Researcher, Austen Hospital, Heidelberg, Australia.