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AsiaEdit’s first Zoom research grant proposal workshop

As the COVID-19 pandemic changes the way we all work, using Zoom on 21 September 2020 AsiaEdit conducted our first ever remote research grant proposal writing workshop for professors and researchers from the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, City University of Hong Kong. This online workshop built on the success of the same

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Peer-to-Peer: Interview with Professor Haiyan Song

Peer-to-Peer is a series of brief interviews in which successfully published authors share their research and publication experience for the benefit of postgraduate students and early career academics. The series is not supposed to be a comprehensive guide, but rather offers a glimpse into how these individuals manage this tricky process. We hope you enjoyed

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Journal paper writing technique infobite 8: Writing the method section

Method section describes what you did in detail. It allows others to evaluate your research, and replicate or extend your study. In this video, we will share how to write a good method section for your quantitative study, including what information you should mention.   You may also download the concise note for this infobite. About the

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Peer-to-Peer: Interview with Dr Vera Lúcia Raposo

Peer-to-Peer is a series of brief interviews in which successfully published authors share their research and publication experience for the benefit of post-graduate students and early career academics. The series is not supposed to be a comprehensive guide, but rather offers a glimpse into how these individuals approach some aspects of this tricky process. Dr

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How to Write a Good Method Section for a Quantitative Study

In any quantitative studies, after defining your research questions and / or hypotheses, you need to describe your methodology. In this blog, we are going to talk more about how to write a good method section for your study. Why do you need a clear method section? A clear and effective method section describes exactly

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How to Write Clear Research Questions and Hypotheses

In previous blogs we have already covered how to write an introduction and literature review, and how to define the purpose and rationale for your study. Depending on your field, you may need to write your research question and/or hypothesis before moving on to write the main body of your study. You don’t usually need

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Journal paper writing technique infobite 7: Writing clear research questions and hypotheses

Depending on your field, you may need to write your research question and/or hypothesis before moving on to write the main body of your study. In this video, we will discuss how you can clearly state the research question or hypotheses.   You may also download the concise note for this infobite. About the Journal Paper Writing

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Concluding your Literature Review

In the previous blogs, we talked about searching and assessing reference papers for your literature review, and shared tips on organising and writing the content. Let’s look now at how to conclude your literature review. One of the aims of writing the literature review is to define the purpose and contribution of your own study.

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Journal paper writing technique infobite 6: Concluding your literature review

One of the aims of writing the literature review is to define the purpose and contribution of your own study. You need to state clearly what your study intends to achieve and why it is important. In this video, we will look at how to conclude your literature review.   About the Journal Paper Writing

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Organising the content of your literature review

We shared tips on searching for and assessing papers for your literature review in our previous blog. We will now talk more about how to better organise the content and to what you need to pay attention when writing your literature review. Before you start writing the review, you should first organise what content you

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