How to Write Plain English: A Book for Lawyers and Consumers : With 60 Before-And-After Translations from Legalese

How to Write Plain English: A Book for Lawyers and Consumers : With 60 Before-And-After Translations from Legalese Author Rudolf Franz Flesch
ISBN-10 9780060112783
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Publisher Harpercollins
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The book uses its own principles; it's short. You can read it in a couple of hours. Flesch shows passages of legalese, then rewrites each passage using the rules he lays out. The examples make it easy to learn the concepts quickly. This book will teach you to write so you can make your ideas easy-to-understand for virtually everyone.



How to Write Plain English

How to Write Plain English Author M. L. Stein
ISBN-10 9780671504250
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Publisher Monarch Pr
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Plain Language, Please: How to Write for Results

Plain Language, Please: How to Write for Results Author Janet C. Arrowood
ISBN-10 9781475824766
Release 2016-07-22
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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Writing in plain language is not something they teach in you school. But it is an art and a science, and you can learn how to do it and apply it-how to write for results. This book provides a step-by-step, example-filled guide to the critical aspects of writing in plain English-plain language-the type of writing people understand and to which they respond favorably



Business Continuity Management Plain & Simple: How To Write A Business Continuity Plan (BCP)

Business Continuity Management Plain & Simple: How To Write A Business Continuity Plan (BCP) Author Erik Kopp
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Release 2017-03-17
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Business Continuity Management is as critical to Small Businesses and Non-Profit Organizations as it is to Large Corporations



The difference is that large corporation have large budgets to pay for large complex Business Continuity Plans (BCPs), which would cost much more than many smaller organizations can afford. But the fact is that Business Continuity Planning does to need to be big and complicated if you are not running a big and complicated organization. Life is complicated enough. Your Business Continuity Management just needs to be effective for your requirements, so that your business can be resilient n the face of life's many challenges.

The fact is that small businesses without effective Business Continuity Plans are more likely to be out of business following a disruptive event (such as fire, flood, loss of data, IT failure, etc.) than a business which has a working BCP in place to keep critical business operations running after disaster strikes. In situations such as this, you want to know clearly what needs to be done to keep business running. You need to be prepared so that panic does not cause you to make inappropriate and ineffective decisions which will hurt your business. And you need to be able to put this plan in place without spending a fortune.

This book walks you through all the key elements of effective Business Continuity Management and Planning, in plain simple facts. No fancy jargon or double-talk to make the author look smarter, while wasting your time and money. Whether you decide to manage this within your own organization or bring in outside resources, this information will make you an informed consumer and could save you serious $$$$.



The Palmer Method of Business Writing - A Series of Self-teaching Lessons in Rapid, Plain, Unshaded, Coarse-pen, Muscular Movement Writing for Use in ... and Legible Handwriting is the Object Sought

The Palmer Method of Business Writing - A Series of Self-teaching Lessons in Rapid, Plain, Unshaded, Coarse-pen, Muscular Movement Writing for Use in ... and Legible Handwriting is the Object Sought Author A. N. Palmer
ISBN-10 9781445508313
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Publisher Harding Press
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This vintage text contains a comprehensive guide to the 'Palmer' method of business writing, being a series of self-teaching lessons in rapid, plain, unshaded, coarse-pen writing. 'The Palmer Method' was developed by Austin Palmer in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. It was primarily designed to be a simplified version of the 'Spencerian Method', the major standardized system of handwriting since the mid-nineteenth century, and quickly became the most popular handwriting system in America. This text will appeal to those with a keen interest in the history and development of penmanship, and it is a book not to be missed by the discerning collector. Many antiquarian books such as this are increasingly rare and expensive, and it is with this in mind that we are republishing this vintage book now in an affordable, modern edition complete with a new prefatory biography of the author.



How to Book of Writing Skills: Words at Work: Letters, email, reports, resumes, job applications, plain english ("How to" Series) (Volume 2)

How to Book of Writing Skills: Words at Work: Letters, email, reports, resumes, job applications, plain english ( Author J H Hood
ISBN-10 9780987557537
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Publisher WordCraft Global Pty, Limited
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Have you ever been frustrated by your boss constantly making changes to your documents? Annoyed at the time it takes to write something? Sick of sending emails that don’t get read? Been asked to write a report and don’t know where to start? Are people just not getting your message? Then this guide is for you! In this 90 page guide you will find practical and proven techniques to write clearly, concisely and quickly. Each section of the guide covers key points for writing well at work, including: • the importance of identifying your audience, and then how to write for it • using Plain English to get your message across • how to structure your document • the seven secrets to good email • how to write sharp, accurate letters and memos • how to use the simple tool of the mind map to improve your writing • what to consider when you have been asked to write a report • the key points of a resume, a cover letter and the job application • getting on top of punctuation, spelling and confusing words Good workplace writing is about getting a positive answer to the question: Will your reader understand what you want them to know or do? This guide will give you the skills to get that positive answer—quickly and well.



Rudolf Flesch on Business Communications: How to Say What You Mean in Plain English

Rudolf Flesch on Business Communications: How to Say What You Mean in Plain English Author R. Flesch
ISBN-10 9780064633932
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Publisher Barnes & Noble
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Technical Documentation Solutions Series: Writing Plain Instructions - How to write user manuals, online help, and other forms of user assistance that every user understands

Technical Documentation Solutions Series: Writing Plain Instructions - How to write user manuals, online help, and other forms of user assistance that every user understands Author Marc Achtelig
ISBN-10 9783943860085
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Publisher indoition publishing e.K.
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Users want manuals that are easy to read, with short sentences, simple words, and unambiguous instructions. Unfortunately, writing plain language is much more difficult than writing overblown instructions that only an expert can understand. Writing complex texts is simple-writing simple texts is complex. This book shows you how to write simple user assistance rather than complex user annoyance. As it's a book about stating your message clearly, it also states its own messages clearly. It's free of boring theory and free of highbrow grammar terms and gives you clear recommendations and catchy examples that you can easily remember and apply to your own work. Topics covered: General technical writing principles that make your texts plain, simple, and easy to understand; On the topic level: Rules for writing "Concept topics," "Task topics," and "Reference topics."; On the paragraph level: Rules for writing the standard elements that form a topic, such as headings, subheadings, procedures, lists, tables, warnings, notes, tips, examples, cross-references, and links; On the sentence level: Rules for building plain and unambiguous sentences; On the word level: Recommendations for using simple words; Spelling and punctuation FAQ; Grammar and word choice FAQ; Standard terms and phrases. Audience: technical writers, developers, marketing professionals, product managers.



The Barbarians Speak: How the Conquered Peoples Shaped Roman Europe.

The Barbarians Speak: How the Conquered Peoples Shaped Roman Europe. Author Peter S. Wells
ISBN-10 9780691058719
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Publisher Princeton University Press
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The Barbarians Speak re-creates the story of Europe's indigenous people who were nearly stricken from historical memory even as they adopted and transformed aspects of Roman culture. The Celts and Germans inhabiting temperate Europe before the arrival of the Romans left no written record of their lives and were often dismissed as "barbarians" by the Romans who conquered them. Accounts by Julius Caesar and a handful of other Roman and Greek writers would lead us to think that prior to contact with the Romans, European natives had much simpler political systems, smaller settlements, no evolving social identities, and that they practiced human sacrifice. A more accurate, sophisticated picture of the indigenous people emerges, however, from the archaeological remains of the Iron Age. Here Peter Wells brings together information that has belonged to the realm of specialists and enables the general reader to share in the excitement of rediscovering a "lost people." In so doing, he is the first to marshal material evidence in a broad-scale examination of the response by the Celts and Germans to the Roman presence in their lands.


The recent discovery of large pre-Roman settlements throughout central and western Europe has only begun to show just how complex native European societies were before the conquest. Remnants of walls, bone fragments, pottery, jewelry, and coins tell much about such activities as farming, trade, and religious ritual in their communities; objects found at gravesites shed light on the richly varied lives of individuals. Wells explains that the presence--or absence--of Roman influence among these artifacts reveals a range of attitudes toward Rome at particular times, from enthusiastic acceptance among urban elites to creative resistance among rural inhabitants. In fascinating detail, Wells shows that these societies did grow more cosmopolitan under Roman occupation, but that the people were much more than passive beneficiaries; in many cases they helped determine the outcomes of Roman military and political initiatives. This book is at once a provocative, alternative reading of Roman history and a catalyst for overturning long-standing assumptions about nonliterate and indigenous societies.




J.K. Lasser's 1001 Deductions and Tax Breaks 2015: Your Complete Guide to Everything Deductible

J.K. Lasser's 1001 Deductions and Tax Breaks 2015: Your Complete Guide to Everything Deductible Author Barbara Weltman
ISBN-10 9781118922040
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Publisher Wiley
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The must-have guide to tax write-offs, with clear advice from a trusted expert

J.K. Lasser's 1001 Deductions and Tax Breaks 2015 answers the most common tax question—"what can I deduct?" Updated and expanded for 2014 tax filing and 2015 tax planning, this straightforward guide uses plain English to explain the many available deductions and credits, allowing you to quickly recognize ways to reduce what you owe and maximize your returns. By stripping away all the rules and strategies that don't apply to the individual taxpayer, this book presents a clear, concise reference that can streamline the filing process. You'll find the qualification guidelines for each individual deduction or credit, plus expert instruction on how to actually take those deductions and credits that fit your particular situation.

Every year, millions of Americans overpay their taxes by billions of dollars, collectively. Why? Because tax laws are confusing, and the threat of an audit makes taxpayers so afraid of errors that they fail to take even perfectly legal write-offs. 1001 Deductions and Tax Breaks puts a stop to the confusion and fear, providing trusted, expert guidance toward filing correctly, on time, without leaving money on the table.

  • Learn how your family, your home, your car, and your job or business can lower your tax bill
  • Factor in educational costs, medical expenses, travel, and entertainment
  • Understand which items are nondeductible and which are tax-free
  • Develop a strategy for handling savings, investments, interest, charitable giving, and more

A topic as fundamental and universal as deductions and credits merits a clear, in-depth guide catering to the average individual taxpayer, without irrelevant information or chapter upon chapter of incomprehensible legalese. J.K. Lasser's 1001 Deductions and Tax Breaks 2015 is the guide you've been searching for, with clear, concise, practical instruction on paying what you owe, and not a cent more.



How to write plain English

How to write plain English Author Rudolf Franz Flesch
ISBN-10 UOM:39015038169556
Release 1979-08
Pages 126
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Tackling the obfuscation inherent in legal language, Flesch isolates the elements in legal writing that make most documents beyond the layman's comprehension and offers remedies for each obstacle to easy reading and understanding



How to Write Plain English

How to Write Plain English Author M. L. Stein
ISBN-10 0671504258
Release 1984-01-01
Pages 144
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Examines the components of good writing, providing detailed exercises and suggestions for strengthening basic writing skills



Legal Writing in Plain English

Legal Writing in Plain English Author Bryan A. Garner
ISBN-10 9780226284187
Release 2001-06-05
Pages 227
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Admirably clear, concise, down-to-earth, and powerful-unfortunately, these adjectives rarely describe legal writing, whether in the form of briefs, opinions, contracts, or statutes. In Legal Writing in Plain English, Bryan A. Garner provides lawyers, judges, paralegals, law students, and legal scholars sound advice and practical tools for improving their written work. The book encourages legal writers to challenge conventions and offers valuable insights into the writing process: how to organize ideas, create and refine prose, and improve editing skills. In essence, it teaches straight thinking—a skill inseparable from good writing. Replete with common sense and wit, the book draws on real-life writing samples that Garner has gathered through more than a decade of teaching in the field. Trenchant advice covers all types of legal materials, from analytical and persuasive writing to legal drafting. Meanwhile, Garner explores important aspects of document design. Basic, intermediate, and advanced exercises in each section reinforce the book's principles. (An answer key to basic exercises is included in the book; answers to intermediate and advanced exercises are provided in a separate Instructor's Manual, free of charge to instructors.) Appendixes include a comprehensive punctuation guide with advice and examples, and four model documents. Today more than ever before, legal professionals cannot afford to ignore the trend toward clear language shorn of jargon. Clients demand it, and courts reward it. Despite the age-old tradition of poor writing in law, Legal Writing in Plain English shows how legal writers can unshackle themselves. Legal Writing in Plain English includes: *Tips on generating thoughts, organizing them, and creating outlines. *Sound advice on expressing your ideas clearly and powerfully. *Dozens of real-life writing examples to illustrate writing problems and solutions. *Exercises to reinforce principles of good writing (also available on the Internet). *Helpful guidance on page layout. *A punctuation guide that shows the correct uses of every punctuation mark. *Model legal documents that demonstrate the power of plain English.



Oxford Guide to Plain English

Oxford Guide to Plain English Author Martin Cutts
ISBN-10 9780199669172
Release 2013-08-15
Pages 288
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Provides guidance on writing clearly and effectively, covering such topics as sentence length, active and passive verbs, punctuation, grammar, and proofreading.



Writing Science in Plain English

Writing Science in Plain English Author Anne E. Greene
ISBN-10 9780226026404
Release 2013-05-24
Pages 128
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Scientific writing is often dry, wordy, and difficult to understand. But, as Anne E. Greene shows in Writing Science in Plain English,writers from all scientific disciplines can learn to produce clear, concise prose by mastering just a few simple principles. This short, focused guide presents a dozen such principles based on what readers need in order to understand complex information, including concrete subjects, strong verbs, consistent terms, and organized paragraphs. The author, a biologist and an experienced teacher of scientific writing, illustrates each principle with real-life examples of both good and bad writing and shows how to revise bad writing to make it clearer and more concise. She ends each chapter with practice exercises so that readers can come away with new writing skills after just one sitting. Writing Science in Plain English can help writers at all levels of their academic and professional careers—undergraduate students working on research reports, established scientists writing articles and grant proposals, or agency employees working to follow the Plain Writing Act. This essential resource is the perfect companion for all who seek to write science effectively.



Legal Writing in Plain English Second Edition

Legal Writing in Plain English  Second Edition Author Bryan A. Garner
ISBN-10 9780226031392
Release 2013-08-26
Pages 256
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Admirably clear, concise, down-to-earth, and powerful—all too often, legal writing embodies none of these qualities. Its reputation for obscurity and needless legalese is widespread. Since 2001 Bryan A. Garner’s Legal Writing in Plain English has helped address this problem by providing lawyers, judges, paralegals, law students, and legal scholars with sound advice and practical tools for improving their written work. Now the leading guide to clear writing in the field, this indispensable volume encourages legal writers to challenge conventions and offers valuable insights into the writing process that will appeal to other professionals: how to organize ideas, create and refine prose, and improve editing skills. Accessible and witty, Legal Writing in Plain English draws on real-life writing samples that Garner has gathered through decades of teaching experience. Trenchant advice covers all types of legal materials, from analytical and persuasive writing to legal drafting, and the book’s principles are reinforced by sets of basic, intermediate, and advanced exercises in each section. In this new edition, Garner preserves the successful structure of the original while adjusting the content to make it even more classroom-friendly. He includes case examples from the past decade and addresses the widespread use of legal documents in electronic formats. His book remains the standard guide for producing the jargon-free language that clients demand and courts reward.



Writing in Plain English

Writing in Plain English Author Robert D. Eagleson
ISBN-10 0644068485
Release 1991
Pages 122
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A guide for writing plain English prepared by the Department of Arts, Sport, the Environment, Tourism and Territories. Although designed specifically for public servants it can also be used as both an instructor's handbook and a self-help manual. Includes a glossary of plain English alternatives.



The Plain English Approach to Business Writing

The Plain English Approach to Business Writing Author Edward P. Bailey Jr.
ISBN-10 9780199746279
Release 1997-08-07
Pages 144
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In offices across America, the Masters of Gobbledygook are hard at work. They're bombarding in-boxes with those long, confusing memos that colleagues don't have the patience to read--and bosses don't have the time to rewrite. They use words like "commence" or "prior to" instead of "begin" or "before." They bury their main point somewhere in the last paragraph--and take two pages to get there. Everybody knows one of them; in fact, you may even be one of them. But now there's help for anyone who's ever fallen prey to businessese, academese, legalese, or any other "ese" when faced with a blank memo pad. In The Plain English Approach to Business Writing, Edward Bailey--who spent twenty years working in the bastions of bureaucratese--offers readers a powerful new communications tool. Written for busy professionals who want to improve the quality and clarity of their own (or their staff's) writing style, this no-nonsense guide is an indispensable office companion. Bailey's approach is 5urprisingly straightforward: just write as you would talk. Plain English is not only easier to read; it's also easier to write. And it's so effective that many large organizations are endorsing, if not demanding, its use in the work place. Pithy and entertaining, Bailey points out all the dos and don'ts of plain English. He then illustrates them with examples drawn from a wide array of sources, including business documents, technical manuals, trade publications like Consumer Reports, and the works of writers such as Russell Baker and John D. MacDonald. From the basics to the fine tuning, he offers practical advice on clarity and precision, organization, layout, and a host of other important writing topics. A delightful, down-to-earth guide, The Plain English Approach to Business Writing is for professionals of all backgrounds (government, military, legal, financial, technical, corporate) and staff at all levels (from the company CEO to the ambitious secretary). The Plain English Approach to Business Writing can be read in an hour--and used for the rest of one's life.



Plain Language in Plain English

Plain Language in Plain English Author Cheryl Stephens
ISBN-10 9780557537877
Release 2010
Pages 208
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This book shows you how to write for customers and clients in language that’s easy to understand. It is a thorough companion to the writing process, with comprehensive guidance and advice on understanding your readers, planning and creating your text, and presenting your words in a good design.The contributor list reads like a who’s who of plain language experts. Plain Language in Plain English is a valuable resource for governments, businesses, service providers, and professionals in any field to improve their communication.From organizational guidelines, literacy awareness, and reader expectations, to effective speaking strategies for presentations, Plain Language in Plain English, is a comprehensive tool to have in your “communication toolbox.â€



Plain English at Work

Plain English at Work Author Edward P. Bailey Jr.
ISBN-10 0198026447
Release 1996-05-16
Pages 304
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Everyday we write countless memos, letters, and reports without a second thought. Likewise, we give presentations, both formal and informal. Often this writing and speaking gets criticized for being jargon-ridden, obscure, or long-winded--in short, for not being in "plain English." But what is plain English, and how do we go about writing and speaking it? In Plain English at Work, Edward Bailey gives the answer, with down-to-earth tips and practical advice. Bailey, an expert in business communication, gives us a simple model for writing: ? Style: write more the way you talk. ? Organization: make your point easy to find. ? Layout: use headings, lists, and other white space so readers can see the structure of your writing. Psycholinguists, Bailey points out, have proven that the techniques of plain English writing are far easier on your readers; experience has proven that writing in plain English is easier on you--the writer, too. Bailey also gives you a wealth of practical advice for presentations including: ? How to remember your talk. ? How to design visual aids. ? How to design computer presentations. ? How to set up the room you'll be speaking in. ? How to develop a successful delivery style. Perhaps most impressive are the many detailed tips he gives here. For instance, when using a pointer, hold it in the hand closer to the screen (otherwise, you turn your back on the audience, making it harder to hear you). When designing a visual aid, use at least 28-point type, and seldom use all capital letters (which are harder to read). And when presenting a bar chart during a computer presentation, build it--a bar at a time--to focus your audience's attention. Drawing on two earlier and popular books, The Plain English Approach to Business Writing and A Practical Guide for Business Speaking, this new volume has been significantly updated. It includes up-to-the-minute information on using computers, computer graphics, and typography for your writing, and on using the same technology for designing your presentations. The result is an authoritative and comprehensive single volume that will be the essential guide for everyone wishing to communicate more easily and effectively at work.



Plain English for Doctors and Other Medical Scientists

Plain English for Doctors and Other Medical Scientists Author Oscar Linares
ISBN-10 9780190654849
Release 2017-03
Pages 232
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Plain English for Doctors is the first book on plain English medical writing. Its tips on writing clearly are specific, and easy to apply. Each tip comes with exercises based on excerpts from articles published in leading medical journals. This book is a must for any medical writer.



Legal And Business Writing In Plain English

Legal And Business Writing In Plain English Author Dr K R Chandratre
ISBN-10 818478113X
Release 2008-09-01
Pages 232
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Legal and Business Writing in Plain English is a plain language handbook that will help you to develop skills for writing English in plain language, with emphasis on techniques of English writing in plain English. This book will be useful to any person who is involved in legal, bureaucratic or business writing. It will prove a tool of trade for judges, lawyers, law professors, law researchers, company secretaries and chartered accountants, and students of professional courses, Government officers, Legislative drafters, company legal departments, Law Ministry officers, and business managers to improve their writing and legal drafting skills.The book weaves together the Twelve Guidelines for writing in Plain English to make easy for the writers to put their massage across efficiently and effectively so as to enable their readers to read and understand the writing effortlessly and clearly.The book is divided in 12 chapters which discuss the above guidelines in detail with the help of numerous 'before and after' examples.The Book contains (1) The Glossary of Plain Alternatives to Wordy Phrases; (2) The Glossary of Plain Alternatives to Antiquated and Complex Words and Phrases; and (3) The Glossary of Confusing Words. Besides, the book provides several tables of words and phrases to be avoided and to be preferred in any writing or drafting.In the last Chapter, the book also deals with style and structure guidelines for creating reader-friendly documents. Last but not least, the book gives in a few sample documents written in Plain English



Planning in Plain English

Planning in Plain English Author Natalie Macris
ISBN-10 UOM:39015050552747
Release 2000
Pages 105
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Successful Public Meetings (2nd ed.) Elaine Cogan. 2000 134 pp. $22.95 (paperback). Orderly, informative public meetings that engage all participants depend on careful preparation and good management. Veteran meeting planner Elaine Cogan offers detailed, practical advice for planning, setting up, running, and evaluating meetings of all kinds. This is essential reading for anyone who must conduct business in the public realm.



A Plain English Handbook

A Plain English Handbook Author Nancy M. Smith
ISBN-10 075670314X
Release 2001-04
Pages 77
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This handbook issued by the Securities and Exchange Comm. (SEC) shows how you can use well-established techniques for writing in plain English to create clearer and more informative disclosure documents. When drafting a document for filing with the SEC, you must make sure it meets all legal requirements. Chapters: what is a "plain English" document?; knowing your audience; knowing the info. you need to disclose; organizing the document; writing in plain English; designing the document; time-saving tips; using readability formulas and style checkers; evaluating the document; reading list; the SEC's plain English rules; and "before" and "after" filings with notes.



Statistics in Plain English Fourth Edition

Statistics in Plain English  Fourth Edition Author Timothy C. Urdan
ISBN-10 9781317526988
Release 2016-07-25
Pages 286
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This introductory textbook provides an inexpensive, brief overview of statistics to help readers gain a better understanding of how statistics work and how to interpret them correctly. Each chapter describes a different statistical technique, ranging from basic concepts like central tendency and describing distributions to more advanced concepts such as t tests, regression, repeated measures ANOVA, and factor analysis. Each chapter begins with a short description of the statistic and when it should be used. This is followed by a more in-depth explanation of how the statistic works. Finally, each chapter ends with an example of the statistic in use, and a sample of how the results of analyses using the statistic might be written up for publication. A glossary of statistical terms and symbols is also included. Using the author’s own data and examples from published research and the popular media, the book is a straightforward and accessible guide to statistics. New features in the fourth edition include: sets of work problems in each chapter with detailed solutions and additional problems online to help students test their understanding of the material, new "Worked Examples" to walk students through how to calculate and interpret the statistics featured in each chapter, new examples from the author’s own data and from published research and the popular media to help students see how statistics are applied and written about in professional publications, many more examples, tables, and charts to help students visualize key concepts, clarify concepts, and demonstrate how the statistics are used in the real world. a more logical flow, with correlation directly preceding regression, and a combined glossary appearing at the end of the book, a Quick Guide to Statistics, Formulas, and Degrees of Freedom at the start of the book, plainly outlining each statistic and when students should use them, greater emphasis on (and description of) effect size and confidence interval reporting, reflecting their growing importance in research across the social science disciplines an expanded website at www.routledge.com/cw/urdan with PowerPoint presentations, chapter summaries, a new test bank, interactive problems and detailed solutions to the text’s work problems, SPSS datasets for practice, links to useful tools and resources, and videos showing how to calculate statistics, how to calculate and interpret the appendices, and how to understand some of the more confusing tables of output produced by SPSS. Statistics in Plain English, Fourth Edition is an ideal guide for statistics, research methods, and/or for courses that use statistics taught at the undergraduate or graduate level, or as a reference tool for anyone interested in refreshing their memory about key statistical concepts. The research examples are from psychology, education, and other social and behavioral sciences.



Writing at Work

Writing at Work Author Neil James
ISBN-10 9781741762440
Release 2007-09-01
Pages 384
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Effective writing is a key to professional success.



Writing contracts in plain English

Writing contracts in plain English Author Carl Felsenfeld
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105043746663
Release 1981-12
Pages 290
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Writing contracts in plain English has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Writing contracts in plain English also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Writing contracts in plain English book for free.