Re: Client woes: a question to ask yourself...

Subject: Re: Client woes: a question to ask yourself...
From: "Lois Patterson" <lois -at- dowco -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 7 Jan 2002 12:42:06 -0800


Perhaps there is still some sense that academia and business are two
unrelated fields, and that mentioning business is almost to soil one's
hands, so to speak. This is sometimes (or often) the case in university
programs. However, this attitude should definitely be curbed in a technical
writing course.

The idea that money and business discussions are a little distasteful
pervades other aspects of interpersonal dealings also.


Lois Patterson

----- Original Message -----

> At 11:22 AM -0800 1/7/02, Bruce Byfield wrote:
> |Your comment brings up an interesting point: why do most technical
> |writing programs almost entirely ignore the business aspects?



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References:
Client woes: a question to ask yourself...: From: Charles E Vermette
Re: Client woes: a question to ask yourself...: From: Bruce Byfield
Re: Client woes: a question to ask yourself...: From: Rebecca Stevenson

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