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The Complexity off Workplace Review

Susan D. Kleimann
Technical Communication
Vol. 38, No. 4, Special Issue: Collaborative Writing (FOURTH QUARTER NOVEMBER 1991), pp. 520-526
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/43095828
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Abstract

Document review is an integral part off organizational writing that transforms individual products into institutional products. This review process is often a complex one because of the number of readers who must review a document, the number of times that document must be reviewed, and the time constraints under which writers and reviewers work. Understanding the collaborative nature of review as part of the writing process prepares those in the workplace and those in the classroom to be better and more productive writers.

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