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Business Writing Today: A Practical Guide (English Edition) 3e Édition, Format Kindle
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- ASIN : B07D2FLQ13
- Éditeur : SAGE Publications, Inc; 3e édition (9 mai 2018)
- Langue : Anglais
- Taille du fichier : 1472 KB
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- Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 366 pages
- Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 1483358666
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Another aspect of her book that helps it stand out among all the other textbooks are the examples she uses and the takeaways at the end of each chapter. Using examples is very helpful when learning to write well, as you can see the techniques implemented, rather than simply having someone tell you what you should do, but not making it very clear what the technique means. The takeaways at the end of each chapter are also very helpful because not only do they summarize the main points, but they make it easy to go back and study the chapter again without having to reread the whole chapter.
Overall, this book was not only engaging but provided the reader with a lot of relevant information. Not only did she provide information on how to write for a traditional audience, but she incorporated the necessity of changing your writing for the ever evolving, technologically advancing world. She discusses the need to change your voice and the way you write for emails compared to tweets compared to a traditional press release.
If you want to learn how to write well in a communications world over different platforms, I recommend you read this book.
As the subtitle states, this book is a practical guide – whether you are a student or a professional. As a student, it prepares you well for the business world. As a professional, it improves your writing in the context of your experience. One of the author’s main points is that all writing asks for something. In chapter 2, she gives an example of a sending an email reminder for a business meeting. To improve the communication, she suggests figuring out what you are asking for: is it for people to show up on time or is it for them to be prepared with ideas or suggestions? The answer will influence how you write the email.
Throughout the book, you are taken through how to plan well and improve your writing in the context of business communications. The author discusses writing to persuade, writing for the Internet and writing for oral presentations. Overall, the content is useful and well written and the book’s structure makes it easy to find what you need. I highly recommend this book and I will be keeping it as a reference for the rest of my time in college and my future career.
I gained invaluable writing skills from this book, and I recommend it to anyone who wishes to advance their professional writing skills.