Answer: “When asked to identify the five most important characteristics of good writing, college instructors selected organization (66%), analysis/ideas (59%), supporting evidence (57%), synthesis (51%), and grammar/style (50%), with purpose (19%) and audience (20%) perceived as less important.
Comment: Purpose and audience might be conditions of good writing. RayS.
Source: Addisson, J., & McGee, S.J. (2010). Writing in high school/writing in college: Research trendsand future directions. College Composition and Communication, 62(1), 147–179.
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