Audience - Spring 2008...

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Spring 2008
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What are the 3 potential levels of an audience? What are the elements that contribute to a  reader’s personal attitudes towards a document? What reading styles might a reader use when  receiving a document? What is the difference between a primary and a  secondary reader? Spring 2008
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How much technical knowledge about the subject  do they already have? What positions do they have in the organization? What are their attitudes about the subject or  writing situation? How will they read the document? What purpose do they have in using the  document? Spring 2008 Reep, page 50
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Expert Level Semi-expert Level Non-expert Level Spring 2008 Superiors Subordinates Peers
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Emotions  Motivation Preferences Readers’ Interests Spring 2008
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Summary/Abstract Specific sections of information Scan documents for key words/phrases
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