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Professional Writing

ISBN-10: 0131789155
ISBN-13: 9780131789159
Edition: 2007
Authors: Muriel Harris
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Description: This handbook is designed to help students find quick answers to their questions about the writing required in their workplace and in the real world.nbsp; nbsp; Muriel Harris was the director of the Purdue Writing Center where she worked  More...

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Book details

List price: $105.80
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 12/30/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 640
Size: 6.50" wide x 8.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

This handbook is designed to help students find quick answers to their questions about the writing required in their workplace and in the real world.nbsp; nbsp; Muriel Harris was the director of the Purdue Writing Center where she worked elbow-to-elbow with students and for over twenty-five years.nbsp;nbsp;As she worked with students, shenbsp;realized that they asked the same questions over and over.nbsp;nbsp;Based on her experience with thousands of students in the writing center, Muriel Harrisnbsp;authorednbsp;this spiral-bound, tabbed and brief handbook.nbsp; Her unique feature, "Compare and Correct," and "Question and Correct," allows students to find what they need to help themselvesnbsp;with their writing, without needing to know the terms of grammar.nbsp;nbsp;Muriel Harris Prentice Hall Reference Guide is the easiest handbooknbsp;for students and instructors to use.

Preface Hints for Using This Book Question and Correct & Compare and Correct Question and Correct: Some of the Most Commonly Asked Questions About Writing Compare and Correct
The Writing Process
Purposes and Audiences
Purpose
Topic
Thesis
Audience
Writing Processes and Strategies
Planning
Drafting
Organizing
Collaborating
Revising
Editing and Proofreading
Paragraphs
Unity
Coherence
Development
Introductions and Conclusions
Patterns of Organization
Visual Argument
Similarities and Differences between Verbal and Visual Argument
Reading Visual Arguments
Writing Visual Arguments Public and Professional Writing
Public Writing
Public Documents
Reacute;sumeacute;s
Allied Health
Allied Health Careers
How Writing Relates to Allied Health
How This Handbook Can Help You in the Allied Health Field
Representative Writing in the Allied Haelth Field
Writing Tips and Strategies for Allied Health
AutoCAD
AutoCAD Careers
How Writing Relates to AutoCAD
How This Handbook Can Help You in AutoCAD
Representative Writing for AutoCAD
Writing Tips and Strategies for AutoCAD
Auto Technology
Automotive Technology Careers
How Writing Realtes to Automotive Careers
How This Handbook Can Help You in Automotive Technology
Representative Writing for Automotive Technology
Writing Tips for Automotive Technology
Business
Business Careers
How Writing Skills Relate to Business
How This Handbook Can Help You in Business
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