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Writing research papers in the social and behavioral sciences

2nd International Conference on Epidemiology & Evolutionary Genetics

Carol Apt

Workshops: Epidemiol

DOI: 10.4172/2161-1165.S1.007

Abstract
A poorly written paper can make even the most innovative and scientifically sound research project appear insignificant. This presentation will identify simple procedures that can demystify the writing process so that it proceeds more smoothly. Examples from the social and behavioral sciences will be used to identify mistakes that are often made when writing papers, especially those that are intended to be read by international audiences. Suggestions on how to avoid these common pitfalls will be offered.
Biography
Carol Apt received her PhD in Sociology from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts (USA), her Masters in Sociology from Boston University in Boston, Massachusetts (USA), and her Bachelors in Sociology from Indiana University in Indianapolis, Indiana (USA). She also has a Certificate of French Studies from EcoleLemania in Lausanne, Switzerland. She has taught courses in Medical Sociology, Human Sexuality, and the Sociology of Genocide. She is also the host of a live, call-in radio program called ?Talk to Me,? which is broadcast on 90.3 FM-WSSB in South Carolina. The subject of her radio show is sexuality and relationships.
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