Science Writing Three terrible academic habitsThere’s been a lot of criticism lately of badly written science, following the publication of Michael Billig’s Learn to Write Badly: How to Succeed in the Social Sciences
in which Billig writes: “The author is not someone who is offering criticisms as an outsider looking in upon a strange world

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