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Making Sense in Religious Studies

A Student's Guide to Research and Writing

by (author) Margot Northey, Bradford A. Anderson & Joel N. Lohr

Oxford University Press
Initial publish date
Jun 2018
Composition & Creative Writing
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    Publish Date
    Jun 2018
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    Mar 2015
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Part of the best-selling Making Sense series, Making Sense in Religious Studies is an indispensable guide for writing and researching in the discipline. Maintaining the clear, straightforward style of the other books in the series, this book outlines topics such as writing essays and short assignments, doing comparative research, evaluating Internet sources, proper documentation, avoiding plagiarism, reading religious texts, learning foreign languages, and more.

About the authors

MARGOT NORTHEY is a member of the faculty in Interdisciplinary Studies and English at Erindale College, University of Toronto.

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Editorial Reviews

"An excellent guide for students entering university. It addresses, comprehensively yet in a highly readable fashion, the types of assignments and situations students doing courses in Religious Studies need to think about as they begin their university careers." --John H. Young, Queen's University

"No matter what year they are in, students will benefit from this wonderful resource." --David Seljak, St. Jerome's University

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