Foundation of TCOM

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1, Gray, Evie; William Ingram and Dennis Bodson. “The ABCs of Writing a Technical Glossary”. Technical Communication Online Volume 45, Number 1 (1998):23-32. This article identifies and explains format rules, style rules, and lexicographic conventions that have been shown to improve clarity and precision in a technical glossary. Rationale for the rules of language, presentation, and style are examined. The need to allow adaptability in following the rules is discussed in terms of strengthening the technical merit and practicability of the glossary. 2, Dicks, R. Stanley. "Cultural Impediments to Understanding: Are They Surmountable?" In Reshaping Technical Communication: New Directions and Challenges for the 21st Century. NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, (2002): 13-25. This article overviews an intercultural perception experiment that investigated how individuals from different cultures perceive questioning. The author state some involved educational backgrounds, revealed that culture can affect how different individuals perceive and interpret the same situation. 3, Stephen Doheny-Farina. Rhetoric, Innovation, “Technology: Case Studies of
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