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Theory and practice of editing processes in technical communication

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The work in editing which is outlined here ensures that graduate students become aware of editing processes through experience and research, through practice and theory. By developing and using levels of edit and editorial dialogue in editing workshops and by researching and examining their own and other people's techniques, the students develop their own theories of editing processes. And through their group editing and their individual editing experiences and research, the graduate students learn basic editorial values and editing techniques that they can use to help others communicate well. Included is an appendix of selected resources on editing processes consisting of approximately 150 items.

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Professional Communication, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:PC-28 ,  Issue: 1 )

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March 1985

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