Research in Technical Communication: A Bibliographic Sourcebook download epub
by Debra Journet,Michael G. Moran
Debra Journet, Michael G. Moran. This sourcebook demonstrates the vigorous work being done in the field of technical and scientific communication.
Debra Journet, Michael G. The book begins with general concerns and progresses to particular applications.
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It will also be an important addition to public and university libraries and many education programs. MICHAEL G. MORAN is Associate Professor of English at the University of Georgia.
Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1985.
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a bibliographic sourcebook. by Michael G. Moran, Debra Journet. Published 1985 by Greenwood Press in Westport, Conn. Includes bibliographies and indexes.
This sourcebook demonstrates the vigorous work being done in the field of technical and scientific communication. Collectively, the essays offer researchers a basis from which to begin constructing the theoretical framework necessary for the study of technical communication. The book begins with general concerns and progresses to particular applications. The chapters comprising Part I outline larger theoretical perspectives from which to examine techical communication: humanistic approaches to technical communication, the history of technical communication, communication theory and technical writing, and the teaching of technical writing. Part II examines the relationship of technical communication to traditional rhetorical concerns such as invention, audience, modes of organization, and style. Specific types of technical communication--proposals, reports, and business correspondence, among others--are discussed in Part III. The use of the computer, oral presentations, and specialized forms of technical communication are examined in Part IV. The appendixes offer guides to textbooks and style manuals and an overview of the technical writing profession.
Subcategory: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Publisher: Greenwood; First Edition edition (May 24, 1985)
Pages: 512 pages