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dc.contributor.authorSmith, Helen F. (Ed.)-
dc.description.abstractThe point of this handbook is to help you express yourself clearly when you have a piece of writing to do. After you’ve finished a piece of writing, you should be proud to turn it in with your name on it. How do you know when you need this handbook? You might just browse through it at first to see the spelling words or punctuation rules you’ll want to refer to later—and to pick up a pointer or two. You can use this book if you’re stuck in the middle of writing a paper and trying to figure out capitalization rules. Or you might want to look at it when you’re editing so as to be sure you’ve covered all your bases. And for a research paper, you can find exact guidelines on documentation. Since the contents go from A to Z and there is an Index in the back, so, it’s fairly easy to find what you want: •whether to write affect or effect •what to do about the passive voice •how to set up a list of works cited •when to use a semicolon •when to capitalize in a title.This book is designed to be functional.en_US
dc.publisherAmerican University of Central Asiaen_US
dc.subjectwriting formaten_US
dc.subjectlist of works citeden_US
dc.titleWriting Handbook for the American University of Central Asiaen_US
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