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Contents Acknowledgements How to use this book: Quick Route Introduction: How Not to Argue The art of the plausible: argument in the real world 1 Getting Started: the first steps in developing your argument 2 Structuring Your Argument: putting your ideas in order 3 Arguments for All Occasions: different assingments require different approaches 4 How to Criticise Arguments: key terms for critical engagement 5 Arguing Out Loud: Oral Presentations: how to stand up and deliver a convincing argument 6 How to be Original: making your argument stand out Afterword: Having Something to Say References Further reading Glossary
This easy-to-use guide identifies and addresses the areas where most students need help with preparing and presenting a coherent and considered argument and provides straightforward, practical tips and solutions that will enable you to assess and then improve your performance and get better results and better grades!
Alastair Bonnett is Professor of Social Geography in the school of Geography, Politics & Sociology at Newcastle University.