“Writing precisely", a task that differentiates a good writer from the untrained ones.
Greetham addresses avoiding “jargons", choosing “right words", and ditching “cliches". All three requires a trained eyes to spot whether they are in an essay or not.
For example, talking about choosing the “right words", he provides an example:
“Modern business methods are destroying communities and exploitations."
For me this is not simply a matter of writing good English, meaning as if can’t get it right it must be because of my incompetence in English. The problem, however, lies in writing style–with a matter of clarity and precision.
Try for yourself if there is anything to be clarified or revised.
Greetham demonstrates how this is to be done:
1) What methods in particular?
2) In what ways are they destroying communities?
3) What specific groups are being exploited?
All these are to be taken into account in my own revision of my thesis.