Tag Archives: writing as ‘I’

writing with ‘I’ is subjective – and that’s OK

This is a response to the posts that have recently appeared on patter about writing in the first person (here and here). It comes from Alex Seal. Alex is a first year PhD student and graduate tutor at the University … Continue reading

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more on writing as ‘I’

It might seem that once you have made the decision to write as ‘I’ it’s just straightforward from then on in. Unfortunately, this is not so. There are conventions about the use of ‘I’ in academic writing that must be … Continue reading

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