Enquiring minds are constantly asking questions. This kind of enquiring leads to research, which leads to new findings and interpretations. What you have found, interpreted, and can discuss and argue with others needs to be expressed in an accessible form. Learning to write ‘well enough’ to communicate your ideas and research findings for yourself and to other people, and learning to use writing to help you to articulate your thoughts, are essential for good research. Unless you have the ability to communicate well or the practice of communicating through presenting or writing, no one hears about what you have discovered and what you can argue. Writing helps you shape and communicate your ideas and the results of your research.
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