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Writing in Political Science: A Brief Guide (Short Guides to Writing in the Disciplines) (my reading notes)

I remember I came across this book, “Writing in Political Science: A Brief Guide (Short Guides to Writing in the Disciplines)” by Mika LaVaque-Manty and Danielle LaVaque-Manty (you guessed right, they’re married to each other) while at a conference, but never purchased the book. I finally got a copy last year, and got a chance to read it and I liked it. My Twitter stream summarizes my thoughts on the book.

As I said on Twitter, this would be a good book for a course on writing in political science paired with others.

If you liked this blog post, perhaps you’d want to check my reading notes of other books on various topics, including scholarly writing, or my page on reading notes of books geared towards doctoral candidates undertaking their dissertation research. Disclaimer: I purchase all my books with my own hard earned money, and I receive absolutely no cash from promoting, reading or reviewing these books. My intention is simply to help others in academia, particularly graduate students and scholars at the margins.

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