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Classifying Academic Writing


Academic writing is a broad term, encompassing diverse modes of writing depending upon the usage and subject matter. The primary aim is to explain in expansive detail about the subject/ theme via a formalized process. Professional writing services UK specializes in academia assignments and dissertations. For most cases, academic writing can be categorized into 4 main domains namely:

  • Exposition
  • Description
  • Persuasion
  • Narration

Expository Writing

In case of expository writing, the aim is to broaden the reader’s horizons with respect to a certain subject. They are tasked with in-depth and thorough explanation of a controversial issue. It can consist of:

  • Response essay
  • Research essay
  • Reaction essay
  • Technical writing
  • Business writing
  • Compare-contrast essay

Descriptive Writing

This version of writing informs the reader with vivid details regarding the subject at hand. It consists of:

  • Poetry
  • Novels
  • Short stories
  • Essays

Narrative Writing

This form of writing informs the reader regarding special events in broad detail.

Persuasive Writing

At the academic level, persuasive essays are tasked with supporting a singular stance after intense exploration of both sides of an argument. Usually, the point is conveyed in a structuralized and formalized manner whilst furnishing proofs, supporting evidence and substantial applications.

Reflective Writing

Reflective writing is keenly based on a personal experience. It will describe in broad detail the event/ activity/ experience occurring at a specific time. The stylistic tone of reflective writing is generally informal focusing on examining a case in intricate detail

Summary Writing

As is the case with summaries, the student is required to submit a concise summary of the understood subject assigned. By extension of this, summary writing requires the student to submit his own understanding and opinion regarding the subject at hand. The author submits his own feelings, thoughts and counter-arguments regarding the assignment. It can be presented in to/ against form.

Journal Writing

In case of journal writing, the student is required to write of his own accord, notwithstanding the conventions of writing for the time being. The aim is not to present a polished written piece, instead, the aim is creating an open argument. As a result, the assignments are vague, in a haphazard direction and without much intent.

Research Writing

Commonly assigned to academia students, research writing is tasked with the following goals:

  • Presenting a logical and substantial argument
  • Subject based
  • Meticulous usage of multiple sources for validating a claim

Report Writing

A typified report writing process consists of the following format:

  • Prelude
  • Methodology used
  • Discussion
  • Analysis
  • Conclusion
  • Results

Depending on the requirements/ institution, the above outline can be edited for apt comprehension of subject matter.

Addressing Mode

The convention of academic writing forbids usage of 1st person, 2nd person and 3rd person addressing, deeming it highly unprofessional form of reference. Academic writing students are trained in combining a multitude of viewpoints and opinions, effectively using them in their texts. The aim is to solidify an existing argument by multiple sources.

  • 1st person: Us, me, we and I
  • 2nd person: You
  • 3rd person: Him, her, them, they, he/ she
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