Experience isn’t a graph it’s a field in which definitions are emergent as we examine finer and finer grain of detail. 
Broadly when applied to writing fiction in particular it is possible to generalize between preoccupations with the game and with the players.  Writing that tends towards the generic tends to be plot driven (this can also apply to popular biography), while work that has literary intentions tends to be more about motivation,  process and intention. Writing that defines itself as journalism and the sub branches of adverizing and literary criticism tend to be about words  and self conscious cleverness. 
The vexed question of what constitutes good writing centers around how successfully it integrates all of the above in a seamless whole that would dissolve if anything else was added or anything taken away.

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