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Beckner, Howard. Writing for Social Scientists. [H 91 .B4 1986]
Bishop, Wendy (ed). The Subject is Research: Processes and Practices. [UNCA Writing Ctr Q180.55. M4.S87]
Jocobus, Lee A. Substance, Style, and Strategy. [PE1408 .J265 1998]
Northey, Margot. Making Sense: a Student's Guide to Research and Writing (social sciences) [H62 .N67 2002]
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association [UNCA Reference Desk BF 76.7. P83 2010]
Pyrczak, Fred. Writing Empirical Research Reports: a Basic Guide for Student of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. [LB2369 .P97 2003]
Redman, Peter. Good Essay Writing: A Social Sciences Guide. [PE 1479 .S62 2006]
Robson, Colin. How To Do a Research Project. [LB 2369 .R575]
Rosnow, Ralph. Writing Papers in Psychology: A Student Guide... [BF76.6 .R67 2006]
Russell, Nicholas J. Comunicating Science [Q223.R87 2010]
Schmidt, Diane E. Writing in Political Science: A Practical Guide [JA86. S36 2010]
The Sociology Student Writer's Manual. [HM 585 .S638 2006]
Thomson, William. A Guide for the Young Economist. [H 62 .T465 2001]