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eBook Solving Problems in Technical Writing ePub

by Lynn Beene,Peter White

  • ISBN: 0195053311
  • Category: Writing Research and Publishing Guides
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Lynn Beene,Peter White
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (November 3, 1988)
  • Pages: 256
  • ePub book: 1386 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1486 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 239

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Lynn Beene and Peter White. Publication Date - November 1988. Offers practical instruction on the most pertinent issues involved in technical writing. Furthermore, it is a lively, well-written text. -Stephen Ruffus, University of Utah.

Lynn Beene and Peter White. An excellent collection of authors with practical applications of theory. -Kristin R. Woolever, Northeastern University. The Essentials of Technical Communication. Elizabeth Tebeaux and Sam Dragga.

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Beene, Lynn; White, Peter, 1947 .

Beene, Lynn; White, Peter, 1947-. New York : Oxford University Press.

The problem again is how the material is presented. Each chapter is about a different subject. In each of them are many passages from other writers that he uses as examples to analyze. Within these examples the author covers people, places, science and technology, writing within a job, writing about sports, and more.

3 The problem-solution structure Most genres of technical and business . In Solving Problems in Technical Writing.

3 The problem-solution structure Most genres of technical and business communication follow the problem-solution structure. Why? Most genres reflect a problem or opportunity (an opportunity is a kind of good problem ). Most genres reflect a reason to do work and a reason to write a document. Ed. Lynne Beene and Peter White. New York: Oxford University Press, 1988. Marcus, Aaron, Patterns within patterns: An introduction to design patterns. Dr. Siriluck Usaha Department of English for Business.

This book is dedicated to my technical writing professor. Robert E. Tuttle of General Motors Institute. Technical Writing Scripts For day-to-day business in many technical fields Magazine Reports Articles Letters, memos, e-mail/notes, informal Books reports, formal reports, status reports, surveys, benchmarking, Papers marketing, quality Theses control. For teaching and. education.

Johndan Johnson-Eilola, Stuart A. Selber

Johndan Johnson-Eilola, Stuart A. Selber.

A practical, stimulating resource for professional writers, editors, and teachers,Solving Problems in Technical Writing shows how to use the latest research in linguistics and rhetoric and insights from today's business world to write, edit, format, and use graphics more effectively. The contributors, all outstanding professionals from academic or corporate settings, address twelve of the most fundamental questions in technical writing, including how to plan and structure a document, how to make technical information coherent and readable, and how to integrate text and graphics. Since the essays are organized the same way many functional documents are structured--a clear statement of a problem and its implications, followed by a comprehensive review of the pertinent literature and concrete recommendations for solutions--they provide elegant models of the technical writer's craft as well as a mine of useful information.