Editing and linguistics research

Alan Manning
alan_manning@byu.edu    422-2974
4053 JFSB

Call or email for an appt. to discuss research topics!


This is a resource site for those interested in applying linguistic theory to editing and information-design problems.

LING 590R credit is available for students interested in a directed-readings experience.

Students interested in graduate programs related to
editing/information design: see this list.

Editing Minor Information



ELANG 223 objectives for editors

ELANG 325 objectives for editors

ELANG 410R objectives for editors


Readings in Discourse Analysis

Research and discussions from the wider world

Research completed or in progress in our program

Model Research Projects

LTUE 20

MSH19

LTUE19

SouthernStudies18

ProComm17

Twain Quadrennial

SouthernStudies17

ChemungCoHistoricalSociety

Grammar & Writing (book project)

SouthernStudies16

Lit.&Belief15

PROCOMM15

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ABC13AMARE

IPCC13AMARE

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IPCC12AMARE

IPCC11MANNING

ABC10AMARE

IPCC09ALTON    

IPCC09AMARE

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How to develop a research idea:

 Reading reports

 Outside-readings record

 Five-source summaries

 Five-q/a paper topics

 Abstract of one topic

 Source Map