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Using scholarly models for academic writing

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I'm not, of course, talking about simple imitation, or worse, plagiarism: the models are not there to replace our voice, but to help us find it. Models can help provide structure and ideas that we can adapt to suit our own ends and intentions. We have to start writing with our own vision of what we want to accomplish, and our own sense of what is important and interesting. But that's just a jumping off point. We need to focus these general interests and ideas into a specific project.

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