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  • ORNATOWSKI CEZAR M. (SAGE Publications, Inc., 1998-07-01)
    This article suggests a perspective on rhetoric of technology as discursive exploitation of the margins of indeterminacy affecting the development of technologies and technical artifacts. It examines such margins by examining ...
  • REHLING LOUISE (SAGE Periodicals Press, 1997-10-01)
  • BRADY LAURA A. (SAGE Periodicals Press, 1993-10-01)
    What is the role of conventions in business writing? Too often, textbook samples of business writing are removed from their original contexts. If we invite students to analyze these models for specific textual features, ...
  • BLAKESLEE ANN M. (SAGE Periodicals Press, 1997-04-01)
    Situated learning theories offer useful insights into how learning to write can be supported and transacted through interactions between newcomers and experienced practitioners in academic and professional domains. Reporting ...
  • MENDELSON MICHAEL (SAGE Periodicals Press, 1993-07-01)
    Despite the fact that letters and memos are the most prevalent forms of written discourse in the business community, there has been little theoretical study of professional correspondence as a distinct rhetorical genre. A ...
  • GRAHAM MARGARET BAKER (SAGE Periodicals Press, 1998-04-01)
    To understand how context affects language use, students can analyze the relationship between the power dynamics in an organization and the linguistic politeness strategies in memos written to subordinates. Although this ...
  • GRIGGS KAREN (SAGE Periodicals Press, 1996-04-01)
    This article reviews recent studies of legal discourse and nonacademic writing and presents the results of a historical case study of an environmental public policy. The author examined the rhetoric of public sector ...
  • Gates Rosemary L. (Sage Publications, 1989-09-01)
    This article describes a course design that resulted from an academic and in dustrial collaboration. Unlike most simulation courses, the one described here was developed and taught by university professors and business ...
  • ROGERS PRISCILLA S. (SAGE Periodicals Press, 1994-10-01)
    The recent addition of a writing performance assessment to the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) means that many students now enter business school with a writing assessment score and perhaps even a heightened ...
  • RICE RODNEY P. (SAGE Periodicals Press, 1997-01-01)
    This article presents the results of a stylistic analysis of 200 samples of electronic mail memorandums gathered from four organizations. Through systematic counting of textual features such as sentence and paragraph length, ...
  • Beard John D.; Rymer Jone; Williams David L. (Sage Publications, 1989-09-01)
    An assessment system for collaborative-writing projects helps create a positive learning experience for all group members by rewarding each individual for his or her participation. Unlike assessment systems that evaluate ...
  • WAGNER BRIAN J. (SAGE Periodicals Press, 1994-10-01)
    The major problem with report writing is not primarily due to poor grammar or mechanicsoften blamed by the technical community. The real problems stem from lack of, or poorly developed, point and audience awareness. Such ...
  • Neff Alan (Sage Publications, 1990-09-01)
    This article describes an innovative method of teaching business communica tion. This method, which involves integrating business research methods and communication skills, has been employed and favorably received at the ...
  • BARKER RANDOLPH T.; PEARCE C. GLENN; JOHNSON IRIS W. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1992-10-01)
    This study employed a listening effectiveness inventory to measure perceived listening ability among managers who were leaders in a professional management association in the United States and Canada. Analysis of variance ...
  • MIREL BARBARA (SAGE Periodicals Press, 1998-01-01)
    This inquiry explores the practical implications of constructivist theory for documentation that is targeted to complex tasks and experienced users (users who are less than experts but more than novices). It argues that ...
  • Caernarven-Smith Patricia (Sage Publications, 1987-01-01)
    With so many computers and so many software packages abroad in the land, the business- or technical-communication buyer may be thoroughly confused during the purchase process. Many such buyers turn to the reviews now ...
  • Kramer Melinda G. (Sage Publications, 1988-09-01)
    Anyone considering industrial or corporate consulting should be aware of two important factors. First, when evaluating the success of a training program, clients typically use one principal measure: employee productivity. ...
  • Moore Patrick (Sage Publications, 1987-09-01)
    Most case studies used in business- and technical-writing courses are unrealis tic, or "cooked." They take for granted the exact things that business and technical writers spend so much of their time developing in their ...