Communication and Language

Introduction Reader vs writer Focus of the Thesis Use of Language

Communicating Effectively with your audience

So you have produced an important piece of research. You wish to inform the wider world, or at least the academic community, about this research and so you need to communicate effectively. You will need to present your arguments clearly, in a manner that your audience can understand. You will also need to use appropriate language.

A key starting point is to consider your audience and what they expect from you.

How can you can convince them that this you have very important and significant research findings?

To communicate new research ideas, all research documents must be:

  1. Easy to read,
  2. Interesting

And you need to express complex ideas in a simple and straightforward style. In this section we present some suggestions to help improve your written communication.

The reader-writer focus


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