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Technical Communication, the Society's journal, publishes articles about the practical application of technical communication theory and serves as a common arena for discussion by practitioners. 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.

Publisher: Society for Technical Communication

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Volume 48, Number 3, August 2001

Something So Right: Why I’m Proud of Our Review Process
pp. 261-262(2)
Author: Hayhoe, George F.

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Cruel Pies: The Inhumanity of Technical Illustrations
pp. 265-274(10)
Authors: Dragga, Sam; Voss, Dan

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Designing an Electronic Knowledge Book: How Advanced Knowledge Management Methods Can Help Information Modeling
pp. 275-288(14)
Authors: Medini, Lionel; Charlot, Jean-Marc; Chaillot, Mathias

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Making the Most of Interactivity Online
pp. 309-323(15)
Authors: Andrisani, Debbie; Gaal, Anna V.; Gillette, David; Steward, Sherry

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BOOK REVIEWS
pp. 325-344(20)
Author: Murphy, Avon J.

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RECENT AND RELEVANT
pp. 345-351(7)
Author: Reeves, Rita

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DITA: An XML-based Technical Documentation Authoring and Publishing Architecture
pp. 352-367(16)
Authors: Priestley, Michael; Hargis, Gretchen; Carpenter, Susan

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS
pp. 369-370(2)

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