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The last two moves, soliciting response and ending politely, are merged into one here, which is not unusual for letters like this. Soliciting response is a very important move, as further contact between the company and the potential customer is the pre-condition for fulﬁlling the purpose of the letter: to win new customers. In this letter, the writer not only solicits a response (please do not hesitate to contact us), but announces that he or someone from the company will initiate further communication (We will contact you shortly .
The ﬁrst part of Text 8: Pilot Edition shows the beginning and end of a letter from the editor, Christine Warner, to the reviewer giving details about the book and instructions for the review. The following three parts show emails sent between the editor’s publishing assistant, Martha Westcombe, and the reviewer. 1 The names of the publisher, the correspondents and the book are ﬁctional, but the texts themselves are authentic. 30 Written workplace genres Activity Read the four extracts shown in Text 8: Pilot Edition, and answer the following questions: e What similarities and differences do you notice between the letter and the emails?
What 46 Written workplace genres this illustrates is that texts produced in the workplace cannot be understood in isolation, divorced from their context. They must be seen as part a whole work-related process, each text playing a particular role within that process. In fact Devitt (1991) says that the interactions among texts within a profession create a kind of ‘macrotext’, which in a sense deﬁnes the discourse community. SUMMARY This unit has examined written texts used in the workplace for communication between people working together in the same profession, between businesses and their customers, and between co-workers within the same organization.