|Foreword Janice Redish||vii|
|Part I: Revising Industry and Academia: Cultures and Relationships||7|
|1||Cultural Impediments to Understanding: Are They Surmountable? R. Stanley Dicks||13|
|2||Jumping Off the Ivory Tower: Changing the Academic Perspective Deborah S. Bosley||27|
|3||Researching a Common Ground: Exploring the Space Where Academic and Workplace Cultures Meet Ann M. Blakeslee||41|
|4||Keeping Writing in Its Place: A Participatory Action Approach to Workplace Communication Anthony Paré||57|
|5||Active-Practice: Creating Productive Tension Between Academia and Industry Stephen A. Bernhardt||81|
|Part II: Re-Envisioning the Profession||91|
|6||Becoming a Profession Rachel Spilka||97|
|7||Taking Our Stakeholders Seriously: Re-Imagining the Dissemination of Research in Information Design Karen Schriver||111|
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Publication information: Book title: Reshaping Technical Communication: New Directions and Challenges for the 21st Century. Contributors: Barbara Mirel - Author. Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Place of publication: Mahwah, NJ. Publication year: 2002. Page number: v.
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