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How to Argue and Be Original


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How to Argue and Be Original

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Want to gain an edge in your university studies? Join Alastair Bonnett to learn how to build arguments that get top marks.

Want to gain an edge in your university studies? Join Alastair Bonnett to learn how to build arguments that get top marks and the ins and outs of originality, a crucial skill in the age of AI.

With plenty of practical tips and real-life examples, Alastair will draw on his books - How to Argue, fourth edition, and How to Be Original - to help you improve your study skills, boost your grades, and stand out at university. See you there!

How to Argue fourth edition (Sage, 2023) is a much-loved classic. It shows you how to build strong arguments in your assignments, presentations, and exams.

And How to Be Original (Sage, 2023) provides practical guidance on originality, so that you can transform your work and achieve better grades.


How to Argue and Be Original

By Alastair Bonnett
Alastair Bonnett is Professor of Geography at Newcastle University. His books have been translated into nineteen languages and include How to Argue, How to Be Original and Multiracism: Rethinking Racism in Global Context

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