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Subject:Re: Minimalism since 2000 From:Chris Morton <salt -dot- morton -at- gmail -dot- com> To:techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com Date:Tue, 11 Aug 2009 06:50:45 -0700
Maybe there's nothing more to be written? *;<)* > Chris
On Mon, Aug 10, 2009 at 5:12 PM, Janoff, Steve
<Steve -dot- Janoff2 -at- teradata -dot- com>wrote:
> Newbie to the list, apologies if I'm violating posting principles or
> this has been asked before (I'm guessing it has). :/ Search of the site
> doesn't bring up much.
> I'm currently researching Minimalism, am reading the books by John M.
> Carroll ("The Nurnberg Funnel" and "Minimalism Beyond the Nurnberg
> Funnel"), and subsequent research sort of has everything coming to a
> grinding halt around 1999-ish.
> Have there been any really important articles or works on this topic
> from 2000 on? If so, I'm missing them.
> Appreciate any pointers or insights into the best place(s) to look for
> information on this.
> The two journals I'm considering reviewing for this info (will need to
> find them at a local univ. library) are "Technical Communication" (STC)
> and "IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication." Are there
> additional sources I should be looking into? (I've seen one or two
> others that have the odd such article, such as one by ACM on
> Professional Communication, and then a journal on teaching Tech
> Thank you very much for your help!
> Steve J.
> Steve Janoff
> Writer for Information Engineering
> Steve -dot- Janoff2 -at- Teradata -dot- com
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