Common spelling and vocabulary mistakes
in The craft of writing in sociology
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Offering a quick reminder, the chapter provides a succinct summary of the most frequently encountered mistakes of spelling and vocabulary, picking out those that often pose problems for sociology students Although students are advised to try and memorise the correct spelling of words they personally get wrong, a convenient list of common errors of both spelling and vocabulary is provided for quick and easy reference - including e.g. affect/effect, disinterested/uninterested, principle/principal.


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