The local perspective may also be known as
- local level or local concerns
- syntactical level
- grammatical level
- linguistic level
- micro-structural perspective.
What is a Local Perspective?
A local perspective refers to the practice of critically rereading a text sentence-by-sentence, word-by-word, in order to identify and eliminate errors and usage and style problems.
When should writers analyze documents at the local level?
Why Does the Local Perspective Matter?
By addressing errors and inconsistencies at the word, phrase, clause, and sentence level, writers can ensure that their messages are effectively conveyed to readers. Poorly constructed sentences and grammatical errors can detract from the quality and authority of a text.