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This unique anthology of readings focuses not only on the content and structure of technical writing but also on the political, interpersonal, and ethical demands of writing in a professional workplace. Featuring selections about technical writing along with actual samples of technical writing itself, this volume will provoke thoughtful discussion on issues of credibility, situation, strategy, ethics, and relation.
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Jennifer MacLennan is a Professor in College of Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan, as well as D.K. Seaman Chair in Technical and Professional Communications. Her primary scholarly interest is the rhetoric of Canadian identity.
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