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in what situations might an individual writing process be preferable"

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    What does that mean -- "an individual writing process"?

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  • Critical thinking -

    Assessing the writng situation, discovering ideas, developing thesis and organizing your material creating drafts and refining the draft.

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    You should being writing process by analyzing your contraints, these priciples include the situation, distinguishing between the style.

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