The Disciplined Writer: Two Steps to Creating Academically Legitimate Integration Papers

  • Janice A. Black
  • Yvonne S. Smith

Abstract

The academic vocation has two parts: teaching and scholarship. As a matter of practical spirituality, there are increasing calls for Christian business professors to do research, particularly faith-integration research. This paper outlines the process by which faith-integration scholarship can be mapped on the academic writing process. Specifically, the key issues of legitimacy - quality and rigor - are discussed. Finally, we offer two practical principles for the writer of academically legitimate integration papers: The Rule of Three, and The Rule of Ten Thousand and give examples of how to apply each.
How to Cite
Black, J. A., & Smith, Y. S. (1). The Disciplined Writer: Two Steps to Creating Academically Legitimate Integration Papers. Christian Business Academy Review, 4. Retrieved from https://cbfa-cbar.org/index.php/cbar/article/view/83
Section
Professional Issues