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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Professional_writing

Professional writing is writing for reward or as a profession, or it is any form of written ... The audience of academic writing is also limited in contrast to professional writing; ... context and are primarily targeted to allow communication between experts; ... A professional writer uses rhetoric and persuasion when creating a ...

open.lib.umn.edu/businesscommunication/chapter/4-4-style-in-written-communication

Demonstrate the appropriate use of colloquial, casual, and formal writing in at least ... depend on your audience, and often whether your communication is going to be read ... the difference between a “Coke,” a “tonic,” a “pop, and a “soda pop” primarily ... That is, writers using a formal style tend to use a more sophisticated ...

www.webster.edu/academic-resource-center/writingcenter/writing-tips/voice.html

Voice is the sound created by the writer and the perspective from which the piece is written; voice is created primarily through tone and point of view. Tone is the ...

quizlet.com/46801147/business-communication-chapter-2-flash-cards

Understanding the Writing Process and the Main Forms of Business ... and personal issues or qualities will affect the audience's response to your message? ... Used primarily for corresponding with people outside your organization. ... Occasionally may use colloquialisms, but more selectively than in casual writing.

www.wheaton.edu/academics/services/writing-center/writing-resources/style-diction-tone-and-voice

Style is the way in which something is written, as opposed to the meaning of what is written. ... in a manner appropriate for both the audience and the purpose of the writing. ... It can consist mostly of long, intricate sentences, of short, simple ones, or of ... where there is the freedom to use slang or other casual forms of speech.

www.comm.pitt.edu/approaching-speaking-situation-audience-occasion-purpose

Public speaking differs from written communication in that the audience is present, gathered for some occasion. ... Distinguishing general from specific audiences is useful. ... a speaker might want to pitch their comments primarily to non-experts (while ... An academic lecture series or a public meeting of concerned citizens?

www.panda.org/standards/5_2_communications_strategy

Written by: Anne-Marie Kloet, WWF NL and Alexis Morgan, WWF-Canada ... Internal communication (primarily communication among project team members and ... In conservation projects, communications can be used to: ... products for external audiences, your target audience will typically involve those groups external to.

www.proofreadnow.com/blog/bid/30297/Formal-vs-Informal-Informal-Doesn-t-Mean-Incorrect-Grammar

Feb 4, 2010 ... Often one's writing will have a mixture of formal and informal elements. For most writers whose words are intended for a general audience the trick is to ... and to avoid expressions and word use that would be used in more casual missives. ... ( using language that seems intended mainly to impress readers).

owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/652/1

Apr 21, 2010 ... This handout provides overviews and examples of how to use tone in business writing. This includes considering the audience and purpose for writing. ... Tone is present in all communication activities. .... Use phrases such as "most important ," "major," or "primary" when discussing ideas you want to ...