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Handbook of Writing and Text Production / Daniel Perrin, Eva-Maria Jakobs.

Publication:
Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter Mouton, [2014]
Series:
Handbooks of applied linguistics ; Volume 10.
Handbooks of Applied Linguistics [HAL] ; 10
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (436 p.)
Subjects:
Written communication -- Study and teaching -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Written communication -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Communication and technology -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
Writing matters, and so does research into real-life writing. The shift from an industrial to an information society has increased the importance of writing and text production in education, in everyday life and in more and more professions in the fields of economics and politics, science and technology, culture and media. Through writing, we build up organizations and social networks, develop projects, inform colleagues and customers, and generate the basis for decisions. The quality of writing is decisive for social resonance and professional success. This ubiquitous real-life writing is what the present handbook is about. The de Gruyter Handbook of Writing and Text Production brings together and systematizes state-of-the-art research. The volume contains five sections, focussing on (I) the theory and methodology of writing and text production research, as well as on problem-oriented and problem-solving approaches related to (II) authors, (III) modes and media, (IV) genres, and (V) domains of writing and text production. Throughout the 21 chapters, exemplary research projects illustrate the theoretical perspectives from globally relevant research spaces and traditions. Both established and future scholars can benefit from the handbook's fresh approach to writing in the context of multimodal, multi-semiotic text production.
Contents:
Frontmatter
Preface to the Handbooks of Applied Linguistics following the original nine volumes
Introduction to the handbook series / Knapp, Karlfried / Antos, Gerd
Contents
1 Introduction and research roadmap: Writing and text production / Jakobs, Eva-Maria / Perrin, Daniel
Section I. Theory and methodology in text production research
2 Introduction: Theory and methodology in text production research / Jakobs, Eva-Maria / Perrin, Daniel
3 Research paradigms: Beyond product, process, and social activity / Prior, Paul / Thorne, Steven L.
4 Models of writing and text production / Donahue, Christiane / Lillis, Theresa
5 Methodology: From speaking about writing to tracking text production / Grésillon, Almuth / Perrin, Daniel
Section II. Author perspectives
6 Introduction : Author perspectives in text production research / Schindler, Kirsten / Wolfe, Joanna
7 Authorship and context: Writing and text production as situated activities / Gnach, Aleksandra / Powell, M.
8 Author profiles: Awareness, competence, and skills / Beaufort, Anne / Iñesta, Anna
9 Beyond single authors: Organizational text production as collaborative writing / Schindler, Kirsten / Wolfe, Joanna
Section III. Mode and media perspectives
10 Introduction: Mode and media perspectives in text production research / Hicks, Troy / Perrin, Daniel
11 Production modes: Writing as materializing and stimulating thoughts / Jacobs, Geert / Perrin, Daniel
12 Production media: Writing as using tools in media convergent environments / Mahlow, Cerstin / Dale, Robert
13 Beyond single modes and media: Writing as an ongoing multimodal text production / Hicks, Troy / Perrin, Daniel
Section IV. Genre perspectives
14 Introduction: Genre perspectives in text production research / Bazerman, Charles / Devitt, Amy
15 Reproducing genres: Pattern-related writing / Devitt, Amy / Reiff, Mary Jo
16 Producing genres: Pattern variation and genre development / Berkenkotter, Carol / Luginbühl, Martin
17 Beyond single genres: Pattern mapping in global communication / Andersen, Jack / Bazerman, Charles / Schneider, Jesper
Section V. Domain perspectives
18 Introduction: Domain perspectives in text production research / Jakobs, Eva-Maria / Spinuzzi, Clay
19 Learning domains: Writing as lifelong learning / Poe, Mya / Scott, Mary
20 Professional domains: Writing as creation of economic value / Jakobs, Eva-Maria / Spinuzzi, Clay
21 Beyond single domains: Writing in boundary crossing / Oakey, David / Russell, David R.
Subject index
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (publisher's Web site, viewed 08. Jul 2019)
Contributor:
Jakobs, Eva-Maria, editor.
Perrin, Daniel, editor.
ISBN:
3-11-037238-X
OCLC:
871361462
Publisher Number:
10.1515/9783110220674 doi
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