The Historical Roots of Technical Communication in the Chinese Tradition
This book traces Chinese technical communication from its beginnings, investigating how it began and the major factors that shaped its practice. It also looks at the major philosophical and historical traditions in Chinese technical communication, and how historical and philosophical threads play out in contemporary Chinese technical communication practice.
In considering such issues, the book gives attention to some of the major classical Chinese texts, but treats them as artefacts of technical communication. It explores the roots of Chinese technical communication, reviews traditional philosophy that has shaped such practice, discusses the key links in the history of Chinese technical communication, and recounts historical roots and contemporary practice side by side. It provides the reader with compelling perspectives on the historical roots of Chinese technical communication.
Daniel Ding, PhD, is Professor of English at Ferris State University, USA. He has taught advanced technical writing, advanced composition, advanced business writing, research paper writing, and advanced scientific writing for the past 23 years. He has published work on these areas, and on rhetoric and the history of technical communication, cultural issues in composition, multiculturalism, and the history of scientific writing. In 2013-14, he was a Senior Fulbright Professor in Hungary.
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