Modalities of Technical Communication


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Modalities of Technical Communication
A Confluence of Art and Information in Technical Manuals of the Middle Ages
Technical communication was largely the realm of apprentice related transmission and proprietary craft execution until the Middle Ages, when: “technical drawings, that is, drawings traced by technicians for professional purposes or those derived from them, appeared only at the end of the Middle Ages” (Lefèvre, 2004). The explosion of market driven considerations requiring technical documents created a proliferation of drawings coupled with descriptive text that in no short measure made rapid developmental growth in the West possible. Historical relevance presents intriguing aspects...
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