Principles of Organization

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Principles of Organization These four broad principles have many variations and considered as exclusive principles of organization which are as under:
Chronological Order (order of Time)
In chronological order or time order, items, events, or even ideas are arranged in the order in which they occur. This pattern is marked by such transitions as next, then, the following morning, a few hours later, still later, that Wednesday, by noon, when she was seventeen, before the sun rose, that April, and so on.
Chronological order can suit different rhetorical modes or patterns of exposition. It naturally fits in narration, because when we tell a story, we usually follow the order in which events occur. Chronological order applies to
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|chronological order |narration, process, examples and illustrations, |next; later; the following Tuesday; afterwards; |
| |cause & effect |by noon; when she had finally digested the giant|
| | |burrito; as soon as; in 1998 |
|spatial order |description, examples & illustrations |just to the right; a little further on; to the |
| | |south of Memphis; a few feet behind; directly on|
| | |the bridge of his nose and a centimeter above |
| | |his gaping, hairy nostrils; turning left on the |
| | |pathway |
|climactic order |examples & illustrations, description, |more importantly; best of all; still worse; a |
| |comparison & contrast, analogy |more effective approach; even more expensive; |
| | |even more painful than passing a kidney stone; |
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