A Roundtable Talk on Academic Writing

This workshop invites graduate students and research assistants to provide some general tips on writing academic papers and graduation theses based on their own experiences. The speakers will go through some necessary considerations to be made during each stage of developing an empirical paper.

Jun 22, 2022, 5:30 – 7:00 AM

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In the workshop, the speakers will go through some necessary considerations to be made during each stage of developing an empirical paper, which includes conveying the research gap, question, and significance, knitting a logical literature review, explaining the data sources and methodological decisions, communicating the statistical results, addressing the potential limitations, and suggesting room for future studies. Although the research examples in the lecture will primarily come from the social sciences, the speakers will introduce writing techniques as well as online resources and tools that could also benefit those from other majors who are planning to write essays or theses in the coming future.


このワークショップでは、研究ギャップ、疑問、意義の伝達、論理的な文献レビュー、データソースと方法論の決定、統計結果の伝達、潜在的な限界への対処、今後の研究の余地の示唆など、実証論文の各段階において必要な考察を紹介します。主に社会科学の研究例を取り上げる予定ですが、今後エッセイや論文を書く予定のある他の専攻の学生にとっても有益なライティングテクニックやオンラインのリソースやツールも紹介します。

Speakers

  • Peter Chai

    Waseda University

    Teaching and Research Assistant

  • Haokai Wan

    Research Assistant

  • Rachapoll Phromyarat

    Graduate Student

Facilitator

  • Advaith Sriram

    GDSC Waseda

    Chapter Lead

Organizers

  • Takumi Otsuka

    GDSC Waseda

    GDSC Lead

  • Harshita Chivukula

    Outreach Lead

  • Hyonjoon PARK

    Finance Lead

  • Priya Pramod MUKKUNDI

    Project Lead

  • Haruki Oyama

    Frontend Lead

  • Gunjan S

    Backend Lead

  • Lahiru Udawatta

    Agile Lead

  • Takato Muramatsu

    Education Co-Lead

  • Beatrix Sylvani

    Education Co-Lead

  • Seongjoon PARK

    Marketing Lead

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