PWR 211 PUBLISHING AND EDITING I

This course explores the foundations of print culture and what it means to publish texts in terms of the relationships between authors, audience, editors, and gatekeepers, as well as the available means of production and delivery. Students will explore the history of print culture, the rhetorical roles people play in the publishing process, print publishing technologies and processes, and publishing and editing as potential career paths. Students will complete small print documents and professional editing projects for a variety of audiences, using the rhetorical canons of invention, arrangement, and delivery. 

Credits

4 sh

Prerequisite

ENG 110

Offered

Offered every other fall.

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