The Writer’s Handbook – A Guide for Social Workers

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The Writer’s Handbook: A Guide for Social Workers
by Dona J. Young

The Writer’s Handbook: A Guide for Social Workers is a writing reference for social work majors and graduate students. Specific to social work, the text contains chapters on documenting in the field, research, APA style citation, and formatting.

In addition, learners have access to full chapters on principles of grammar (verbs, pronouns, and parallel structure), punctuation (commas, semicolons, colons, quotation marks), and writing style (active voice, pronoun viewpoint, and conciseness).

The Writer’s Handbook can be used as the primary textbook in writing classes for social work students or as a supplementary text for other classes.

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Business Communication and Writing

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Business Communication and Writing: Enhancing Career Flexibility
by Dona J. Young

Effective communication is critical for career success in all professions. This text helps learners improve their communication and writing skills by breaking down the process and simplifying each step. Learners improve their skills as well as their ability to solve problems and make decisions. By breaking content into cohesive chunks, this text is ideal for online learning. Online learning activities are included at the end of each chapter.

 

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The Writer’s Handbook

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The Writer’s Handbook: Grammar for Writing
by Dona J. Young

The Writer’s Handbook is a roadmap to correct and effective writing. This unique guide simplifies essential principles and orders them so that one concept builds on the next. By focusing on the sentence core, this book untangles grammar so that even complex concepts are easy to learn: your writing style will improve right along with your skills.

 

 

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A Guide for Business Writing

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A Guide for Business Writing: Write to Learn–Edit to Clarify
by Dona J. Young

A Guide for Business Writing covers principles of grammar, punctuation, and style resulting in writing that is correct, clear, and concise. The book builds a foundation of core concepts so that complex concepts become easy to apply. Trust the process and transform your writing by focusing on the simple, not the complex.

 

 

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Angry E-Mail

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Angry E-Mail: How to Put a Lid on It
by Dona J. Young

Angry E-Mail: How to Put a Lid on It gives professionals options for managing e-mail effectively, especially when tensions run high. By understanding readers’ expectations, you can respond so that you not only solve the problem but also enhance the relationship.

You see, it is your relationships that support you in getting your job done-not simply the exchange of information through messages.

Also covered are e-mail facts and best practices, simple apologies, the “you” viewpoint versus “I” statements, micro-messages, and bad news messages.

 

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Eleven Steps to Instantly Improve Your Writing

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Eleven Steps to Instantly Improve Your Writing: Tips from an Incurable Editor
by Dona J. Young

When you edit, do you sometimes feel like a “broken record,” going over the same sentence time and again before finally basing your decision on a guess? Now is the time to stop the uncertainty-it is costing you too much time, effort, and credibility.

This book takes the mystery out of how to produce good writing by giving you 11 proven steps to improve your writing instantly. Each chapter walks you step by step from one principle to the next so that the complex becomes simple.

Eleven Steps to Instantly Improve Your Writing will save you time and frustration; Young has used this method with thousands of corporate executives in workshops across the U.S.

 

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The Mechanics of Writing

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The Mechanics of Writing
by Dona J. Young

The Mechanics of Writing was written for a specific purpose: to help writers at all levels—students and professionals alike—improve the quality of their writing.

 

 

 

 

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The Princess and Her Gift

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The Princess and Her Gift: A Tale on the Practical Magic of Learning
by Dona J. Young

Have you ever wondered what your life would be like if you suddenly could learn whatever you wanted . . . and without the struggle, pain, and frustration that goes with it?

If so, go on the journey of self-discovery with the princess as she uses her gift of magical learning.

Magic is neither good nor bad-it all depends on how it is used. —Merlin

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The Little Prince Who Taught a Village to Sing

The Little Prince Who Taught a Village to Sing and Andrew’s Story
by Andrew Skoda and Dona J. Young

The Little Prince Who Taught a Village to Sing and Andrew’s Story is a book for anyone who believes in the magic of hope, courage, and faith.

Andrew shares his story so that other boys and girls who go through a similar experience might learn what to expect and will not feel so alone. Andrew continues to help other kids with brain tumors by coordinating fundraisers and serving on the Junior Board of Directors of The Midwest Children’s Brain Tumor Center. Other than production costs, all of the money this book raises goes to the Midwest Children’s Brain Tumor Center because they helped Andrew and his family during their time of need.

 

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