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The Technical Writing Process

by Marilyn Schauer Samuels

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Drawing on current research in cognitive science and the sociology of knowledge, real industry samples and cases, and the author's twenty years of teaching experience in academia and business, this book follows the processes of technical writing from reader-oriented problem-solving through document design to final editing. It outlines the communications requirements specific to the corporate setting and applies them to job-related memos, instructions, proposals, feasibility studies, progress reports, oral presentations, and much more. Considering visual aids and matters of style throughout, The Technical Writing Process provides a stimulating balance of theory and practice to guide writers towards effective technical communication.

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