The Role of Rhetorical Invention for Visuals:
Presents a qualitative study of three workplaces and the role rhetorical invention plays in the use of visuals in technical communication
Shows how those involved—including writers, designers, managers, and engineers—make decisions and choices about what content to visually represent in a document
Provides insights into the context and factors that shape visual rhetorical invention and their implications for teaching and practice
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2008-11-01
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