It is still possible to cite from Wikipedia, etc. There are methods of citing sources that do not have all necessary information available. Is this ok? Otherwise, it is a decent, standard guide that is inoffensive. What if the resource I am using web resource, etc. Furthermore, there was various errors which were not picked up by the editing staff which gave my class a few laughs.
Do I cite the source I am using, or the one that is referenced in my source? It includes a rich variety of tasks and activities, ranging from small-scale language points to issues of how students can best position themselves as junior researchers.
It is as much concerned with developing academic writers as it is improving academic texts. This edition of Academic Writing for Graduate Students, like its predecessors, has many special features:It is based on the large body of research literature dealing with the features of academic or research English and extensive classroom experience.
Its approach is analytical and rhetorical-users apply analytical skills to the discourses of their chosen disciplines to explore how effective academic writing is achieved.
It is best to cite the original source, but in this case you must obtain this source for your own referencing. I want to cite from Wikipedia, blogs, etc.