3 edition of Research in Technical Communication found in the catalog.
Research in Technical Communication
February 15, 2008
Written in English
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The use of the computer, oral presentations, and specialized forms of technical communication are examined in Part IV. The appendixes offer guides to textbooks and style manuals and an overview of the technical writing by: Written by many noted scholars in the field and presenting a wide range of research methods, Research in Technical Communication combines theory and practice.
Both technical communicators and industry researchers who want to learn more about workplace research and methodologies will find it invaluable, as will beginning and advanced scholars, who will find much that /5(2).
Feminist Criticism and Technical Communication Research by Mary M. Lay Cultural Studies: An Orientation for Research in Professional Communication by Charlotte Thralls and Nancy Blyler Science and Research in Technical Communication book Studies as a Research Method: Toward a Practical Ethics for Technical Price: $ Including examples of qualitative methodologies―including ethnography, case study, focus groups, action research, grounded theory, and interview research― used by technical communicators to strengthen their practice, the result is a rich harmony of perspectives, as diverse as the field of technical communication itself.
This book will be of interest to to students and academics seeking up-to-date information on current industry practices in technical communication 3/5(1). Research in Technical Communication - Google Books The purpose of this cutting-edge collection of essays is threefold: first, it presents the principles of data collection and interpretation or the.
I bought this book for a thesis writing class as a Technical Communications major. It is a fairly good resource for how to assemble and write a thorough research paper/thesis.
However, coming from a very scientific background, much of the information was redundant and basic, such as how to evaluate statistical by: Including examples of qualitative methodologies—including ethnography, case study, focus groups, action research, grounded theory, and interview research— used by technical communicators to strengthen their practice, the result is a rich harmony of perspectives, as diverse as the field of technical communication itself.
This book will be of interest to to students and academics seeking up-to-date information on current industry practices in technical communication Cited by: Unlike a more narrowly defined field of study, research in technical communication covers events as diverse as organizational issues, Internet and online communication, technical writing, gender and political studies, and so on.
A quick scan of the tables of contents for the major journals in the field illustrates this diversity. This book was very useful for me in a class I was taking about conducting research in the technical communication field.
While its about a topic that is nearly impossible to make interesting, it at least avoided being tedious or badly written/5. Technical Communication includes both quantitative and qualitative research while showcasing the work of some of the field’s most noteworthy writers.
Among its most popular features are the helpful book reviews. Technical Communication is published quarterly and is free with membership.
Anderson has been selected as a Fellow of the Society for Technical Communication, Association of Teachers of Technical Writing, and Miami University's Institute of Environmental Science.
He has received the Jay R. Gould Award for Excellence in Teaching Technical Communication from the Society for Technical Communication/5(34). Table of Contents. Introduction. Considering Ethical Issues in Technical Communication Research by Lee-Ann Kastman Breuch, Andrea M.
Olson, and Andrea Breemer Frantz. Ethnographic Research by Susan M. Katz. Analyzing Everyday Texts in Organizational Settings by Carol A. Berkenkotter. Historical Methods for Technical Communication by Teresa Kynell and Bruce SeelyPrice: $ ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Considering ethical issues in technical communication research / Lee-Ann Kastman Breuch, Andrea M. Olson, and Andrea Breemer Frantz --Ethnographic research / Susan M.
Katz --Analyzing everyday texts in organizational settings / Carol A. Berkenkotter --Historical methods for technical. Author of “A Research Primer for Technical Communication” Research in technical communication improves technical communicator’s decisions.
Michael A. Hughes wrote a book that is currently used in undergraduate courses, aimed to technical communication students and practitioners who are new to empirical research. Technical Communication: Principles and Practice, now in its third edition, discusses the core concepts of technical communication, explaining techniques with the help of numerous examples and practice exercises.
With its in-depth coverage and practical orientation, this book is useful not only for students, but also as reference material for corporate training programs. Research in Technical Communication - Ebook written by Laura J.
Gurak, Mary M. Lay. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Research in Technical Communication. The title of the book is misleading.
The book covers three areas- job search, research, and team projects. These areas are in all business communication books, and those books are not calling these areas technical. I had expected topic areas such as writing 3/5(7). Technical communication is the process of reporting information about a technical subject regardless of it being in a written or an oral form.
Its goal is to provide the reader or listener with instructions on how to implement a specific task such as installing, configuring and then using and customizing a product. Including examples of qualitative methodologies—including ethnography, case study, focus groups, action research, grounded theory, and interview research— used by technical communicators to strengthen their practice, the result is a rich harmony of perspectives, as diverse as the field of technical communication itself.
This book will be of. Qualitative Data Analysis: A Methods Sourcebook and The Coding Manual for Qualitative Researchers. Technical Communication Quarterly: Vol.
24, Contemporary Research Methodologies in Technical Communication, pp. Cited by:. This overview of technical communication has been designed to benefit technical writers and editors, researchers specializing in technical documents and students who study technical communication.Get this from a library!
Research in technical communication. [Laura J Gurak; Mary M Lay;] -- This volume outlines the foundational principles of a range of methodologies in technical communication, reflecting on the process of importing and employing these methodologies into technical.Submit your book and we will publish it for free.
Technical Communication Pdf. Download Link. E-Book Review and Description: Hundreds of scholars have efficiently improved their writing and design expertise utilizing Anderson’s TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION: A READER-CENTERED APPROACH. Recognized for its remedy of the rhetorical state of affairs.