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How to Write Well

By Nenad Raos

Abstract

Iako se pretpostavlja da je svaki znanstvenik barem funkcionalno pismen, mora se priznati da malo naših znanstvenika dobro i s lakoćom piše – stoga i potreba za ovim člankom. Postupak pisanja podijeljen je na tri faze (priprema, pisanje i redigiranje). U fazi pripreme nužno je doživjeti budući tekst kao organsku cjelinu (treba naučiti misliti sintetički). U fazi pisanja najvažnije je usredotočiti se na redoslijed izlaganja (kompoziciju). Redigirati treba tako da se autor u svakom čitanju bavi samo jednim zadatkom (nadopunama, provjerama, stilskim dotjerivanjem, usklađivanjem s gramatičkim i pravopisnim normama itd.). Također su dani primjeri lošeg prevođenja s engleskog jezika te primjeri dorade teksta.In spite of a popular belief that every scientist knows how to write a professional paper, it is a sad fact that only a few scientists are really good writers. Hence the need for this paper. The process of writing is divided in three general steps (preparing, writing, and editing). In the first step, it is necessary to comprehend the future text as the whole. In the next step, one has to deal with its composition. In the third step, it is important to divide editing in precisely defined actions (adding and checking data, grammatical and stylistic corrections, spell–checking). The article also addresses certain differences between English and Croatian related to the meaning of words of Latin origin and provides examples of stylistic editing of scientific texts

Topics: stilistika; stručni članak; znanstveni članak, professional paper; scientific paper; stylistics
Publisher: Institute for Medical Research and Occupational Health
Year: 2002
OAI identifier: oai:hrcak.srce.hr:451

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