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Writing Good Papers/Articles
For the Lack of a Boilerplate: Tips on Writing Up (and Reviewing) Qualitative Research
Suggestions for writing up qualitative research, especially for the Academy of Management Journal. Focuses especially on balancing theory and practice, thick description, what information should be included in methods sections, and how to integrate illustrative examples.
Introduction to Journal Article Deconstruction
How to read articles to write good articles. How to read and analyze references so that you can incorporate the information into your article.
The Introduction to a Research Report
From Jeromy Anglim's Blog: Psychology and Statistics
Talks about defining a gap in the research (literature review), the importance of filling the gap, and your method for your proposed research.
This blog is excellent for all areas of research and statistics in psychology.
Writing the Good Journal Article
Written by Daryl J. Bem, presents suggestions for performing your research, analyzing your results, presenting your argument, and organizing your paper. Focuses on quantitative research, but much is useful for qualitative studies as well.