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[RN166] Xu, Xunfeng, Yan Wang, Gail Forey, and Lan Li. "Analyzing the Genre Structure of Chinese Call-Center Communication." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 24 (2010): 445-475.
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[1127] Woodman, Brian J.. ""Escaping Genre's Village: Fluidity and Genre Mixing in Television's the Prisoner."." Journal of Popular Culture 38, no. 5 (2005): 956.
[1170] Wood, Robin. "Ideology, Genre, Auteur." Film Comment 13, no. 1 (1977): 46-51.
[RN126] Wolff, William I.. "Systems of Classification and the Cognitive Properties of Grant Proposal Formal Documents." Technical Communication Quarterly 18 (2009): 303-326.
[RN179] Wolfe, Joanna, Cynthia Britt, and Kara Poe Alexander. "Teaching the IMRaD Genre: Sentence Combining and Pattern Practice Revisited." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 25 (2011): 119-158.
[RN87] Wolfe, Joanna. "How Technical Communication Textbooks Fail Engineering Students." Technical Communication Quarterly 18 (2009): 351-375.
[1344] Wolfe, Joanna. "Knowing what we know about writing in the disciplines: An approach to teaching transfer in first-year composition." The WAC Journal 25 (2014).
[RN137] Wolfe, Joanna. "Meeting Minutes as a Rhetorical Genre: Discrepancies Between Professional Writing Textbooks and Workplace Practice Tutorial." IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 49 (2006): 254-364.
[1010] Wolf, Mark J. P.. "Genre and the Video Game." In The Medium of the Video Game, edited by Mark J. P. Wolf, 113-134. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 2001.
[RN261] Wojahn, Patricia, Julie Dyke, Linda Ann Riley, Edward Hensel, and Stuart C. Brown. "Blurring Boundaries between Technical Communication and Engineering: Challenges of a Multidisciplinary, Client-Based Pedagogy." Technical Communication Quarterly 10 (2001): 129-148.
[RN155] Wirtz, S., and E.-M Jakobs. "Improving User Experience for Passenger Information Systems. Prototypes and Reference Objects." IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 56 (2013): 120-137.
[1008] Winsor, Dorothy A.. "Ordering Work: Blue-Collar Literacy and the Political Nature of Genre." Written Communication 17 (2000): 155-184.
[1007] Winsor, Dorothy A.. "Genre and Activity Systems: The Role of Documentation in Maintaining and Changing Engineering Activity Systems." Written Communication 16 (1999): 200-224.
[RN226] Winsor, Dorothy A.. "Learning to Do Knowledge Work in Systems of Distributed Cognition." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 15 (2001): 5/28/2015.
[RN272] Winsor, Dorothy A.. "Genre and Activity Systems: The Role of Documentation in Maintaining and Changing Engineering Activity Systems." Written Communication 16 (1999): 200-224.
[1009] Winsor, Dorothy A.. Writing Power: Communication in an Engineering Center. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2003.
[1005] Windt, Theodore Otto, Jr.. "The Diatribe: Last Resort for Protest." Quarterly Journal of Speech 58 (1972): 1-14.
[1218] Williams, Rebecca. "Unlocking The Vampire Diaries." Gothic Studies 15, no. 1 (2013): 88-99.
[1162] Williams, Bronwyn. "A Story of One's Own: Social Constructions of Genre Online." In Shimmering Literacies: Popular Culture and Reading and Writing Online, 121-154. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2009.
[RN45] Williams, Miriam F.. "Tracing W. E. B. DuBois' 'Color Line' in Government Regulations." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 36 (2006): 141-165.
[RN209] Wickman, Chad. "Locating the Semiotic Power of Writing in Science." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 29 (2015): 61-92.

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