Developing a writing model for accountants

Catanach Jr., Anthony H.; Golen, Steven P.
January 1997
Accounting Education (10854622);1997, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p41
Academic Journal
Describes a writing model for accountants in which both the accountant and user play major roles. Influence of external factors such as education and experiences; Potential contributions of English language theory in developing writing skills; Structure used to tailor assignments to different aspects of the composition models into a basic accounting communication network.


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