Journals and Professional Papers week eight checkpoint one

Journals and Professional Papers week eight checkpoint one...

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Journals and Professional Papers Business Research and Writing for the IT Professional Journals and Professional Papers University of Phoenix Mark S Watson January 7, 2010 James Reynolds The purpose of Journals is an academic record that will include an explanation of any new research, findings, inventions, discoveries, or technologies the writer has noted during a specific form of study. The Journal may also be used to note and explain any advancement that may have occurred during the period of study, or time. Journals are used to help the writer stayed organized with study, up to date with information as it presents itself, a reference point for later work. The purpose of a professional paper is to present research the writer themselves has performed along with any possible secondary research that may have taken place in order to conduct a study on a specific topic, or subject. Professional paper can be lengthy and provides a more in-depth discussion and analyses of findings. Professional papers will include discussion and conclusion, generally written for a specific audience who are in the same area of study or
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profession as the writer. Professional papers are a form of communication specific to topic, which provides a clarity and reasoning. The organization of a technical scientific paper provides objective language which offers
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