The IMRAD (/ˈɪmræd/) structure is the most prominent norm for the structure of a scientific journal article of the original research type. IMRAD is an acronym for introduction, methods, results, and discussion. via IMRAD – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
This article explains how to structure the content of articles, with the purpose of ensuring completeness and improving readability. It is based on the principle that similar articles (e.g. on chemical elements) should be structured in a similar fashion. via Wikipedia:How to structure the content – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
I got this off Wikipedia – and its about how to write effective and informative articles. Imagine you are writing a 3000 word piece – thats 10 paragraphs, each of 300 words. As this link says – each paragraph is to contain one topic. Additionally: 1. Each article starts with a ‘lead’ thats an introduction…… Continue reading Wikipedia:Writing better articles – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Click on the links below to access scans of some of the late 19th- and early 20th-century sheet maps of Asian (or partly Asian) cities that are held at the University of Chicago Library’s Map Collection. Several of the cities portrayed in these maps are now among the world’s largest, but they were all much…… Continue reading Late 19th- and Early 20th-Century Asian Cities
Long-distance trade played a major role in the cultural, religious, and artistic exchanges that took place between the major centers of civilization in Europe and Asia during antiquity. Some of these trade routes had been in use for centuries, but by the beginning of the first century A.D., merchants, diplomats, and travelers could (in theory)…… Continue reading Trade Routes between Europe and Asia during Antiquity | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
European countries began exploring and seeking to dominate the rest of the world during the 15th and 16th centuries, thanks to their ability to control sea routes and to the discovery of the American continent. In the 19th century, energized by the industrial revolution and under pressure from a rapidly growing population, Europe launched a…… Continue reading European colonial Empires, British, French in the 19th and 20th Centuries – The Map as History
I have been pushing to get a peridoization – breaking history into periods – of history happening. My next task is to come up with a new set of terminologies – aesthetic categories – for the periods. How is the periodization of material culture (design) to be undertaken? The following periodization is to serve as…… Continue reading Timelines for Asian Design
Encyclopedia of Asian Design: Soumitri Varadarajan is a co-editor of the Encyclopedia of Asian Design (Berg Publishers). I am at this moment engaged in research to co-edit the Asian Encyclopedia of Design. For this project I am looking for and contacting Asia Experts, both in Australia, the world and in the specific Asian country. I am,…… Continue reading My Asia Activities