(subtitle: Wild Manuscripts I Have Known)
Abstract: Written discourse is the main mode that scholars use to convey the quality of their work. Even so, scholarly writing is frequently flawed by errors in grammar and syntax. Through satire and example, the author provides practical tips to scholars and woula-be scholars who wish to improve their prose.
Key Words: Academic nursing, prose, scholarship, scientific discourse
The common stereotype of a scholar is someone who sits atop an ivory tower inhaling the heady vapors of meta physics. In reality, scholars participate in the everyday world. Although they may be expert in particular areas of content, scholars relish …