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Writing the Unsolicited Research Proposal
Carl B. Palmer
Vol. 9, No. 4 (OCTOBER 1962), pp. 4-6
Published by: Society for Technical Communication
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/43091236
Page Count: 3
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INHERENTLY THE UNSOLICITED PROPOSAL is a very exacting writing assignment because the reader must be made to feel that the proposal is directed to his current research problems. The writer must first determine what agency is interested in what he has to sell. Then the problem of what to include and exclude from the document must be faced. Consideration must be given to content, format, and writing level and emphasis. A concise, informative, and carefully written proposal is appreciated by the busy government program manager.
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