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Rhetoric and Rational Enterprises.
July 1, 1998... Reassessing Discourse in Organizations Commentary: It is easier to articulate the issues addressed in this piece today than it was when Written Communication first published it in 1985; we now have the familiar idioms of postmodernism, cultural studies, and reception theory to help...
A Fifteenth Anniversary Tribute to Stephen P. Witte, Founding Editor.
July 1, 1998... Whenever Written Communication celebrates another birthday; it also marks an anniversary for founding editor Stephen P. Witte. If Steve had editorial jurisdiction over this tribute, he would insist on acknowledging his coeditors throughout, beginning with John A. Daly at the University of...
Legitimacy, Authority, and Community in Electronic Support Groups.
October 1, 1998... In electronic support groups, people use Internet-based electronic text communication to discuss personal problems or disorders with others who share common circumstances. Although their discussions exist only in the electronic medium, these groups can be viewed usefully as discourse...
Cognitive Differences in Proficient and Nonproficient Essay Scorers.
October 1, 1998... This article examines the behavioral differences of essay scorers who demonstrate different levels of proficiency for a psychometric scoring task. The authors compare three proficiency groups to identify differences in (a) essay features they consider, (b) their understandings of the...
"The Clay That Makes the Pot"--.
October 1, 1998... The Loss of Language in Writing Assessment This is a piece about language and how we evaluate the work of young writers as they learn to express themselves in writing. The authors' focus is on current reforms in writing assessment, including the brief life of the California Learning...