Joseph, Albert M.
October 1967
Journal of Business Communication;Fall67, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p37
Academic Journal
Educators search for remedies to alleviate the deterioration of communication skills. But, says the author of this article, they encourage students to write in a style symptomatic of bad writers.


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