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[1180] Lena, Jennifer C., and Richard A. Peterson. ""Classification as Culture: Types and Trajectories of Music Genres." ." American Sociological Review 73 (2008).
[1292] Lena, J.C.. Banding Together: How Communities Create Genres in Popular Music.. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press., 2012.
[840] Lepore, Jill. The Humbug: Edgar Allan Poe and the Economy of Horror In The New Yorker., 2009.
[1404] Levasseur, David G., Kevin W. Dean, and Julie Pfaff. "Speech Pedagogy Beyond the Basics: A Study of Instructional Methods in the Advanced Public Speaking Course." Communication Education 53, no. 4 (2004): 234-252.
[841] Levering, Ryan, and Michal Cutler. "Cost-Sensitive Feature Extraction and Selection in Genre Classification." Journal for Language Technology and Computational Linguistics 24 (2009): 57-72.
[RN152] Levis, J. M., and G. M. Levis. "A project-based approach to teaching research writing to nonnative writers." IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 46 (2003): 210-220.
[1294] Levitin, D. The World in Six Songs: How the Musical Brain Created Human Nature. New York, NY: Penguin Group, 2008.
[842] Lewalski, Barbara Kiefer. Renaissance Genres: Essays on Theory, HIstory, and Interpretation. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1986.
[1160] Lewis, Diana M.. "Online News: A New Genre?" In New Media Language, edited by Jean Aitchison and Diana M. Lewis, 95-104. London: Routledge, 2003.
[1396] Lewis, Justin. "CMSs, Bittorrent Trackers and Large-Scale Rhetorical Genres: Analyzing Collective Activity in Participatory Digital Spaces." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 46, no. 1 (2016).
[RN256] Lewis, Justin. "Content Management Systems, Bittorrent Trackers, and Large-Scale Rhetorical Genres." Journal of Technical Writing & Communication 46 (2016): 4-26.
[845] Liestøl, Gunnar. "'Gameplay': From Synthesis to Analysis (and Vice Versa)." In Digital Media Revisited: Theoretical and Conceptual Innovations in Digital Domains, edited by Gunnar Liestøl, Andrew Morrison and Terje Rasmussen, 389-413. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2003.
[844] Liestøl, Gunnar. "The Art of Intro: Developing Digital Genres for Learning." In International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE'02), 1252-1256. Vol. 2. Aukland, New Zealand: IEEE Computer Society, 2002.
[843] Liestøl, Gunnar. "Hypermedia Communication and Academic Discourse: Some Speculations on a Future Genre." In The Computer as Medium, edited by Peter Bøgh Andersen, Berit Holmqvist and Jens F. Jense, 263-283. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993.
[847] Liestøl, Gunnar. "The Convergence of Real Space and Hyperspace: Preflections on Mobility, Localization, and Multimodality." In World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications, 1423-1429. Vancouver, CA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, 2007.
[1220] Liestøl, Gunnar. "Situated Simulations: A Prototyped Augmented Reality Genre for Learning on the iPhone." International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies 3, no. S1 (2009): 24-28.
[846] Liestøl, Gunnar. "Conducting Genre Convergence for Learning." International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Lifelong Learning 16 (2006): 255-270.
[1268] Lievrouw, Leah A.. "Alternative and Activist New Media: A Genre Framework." In Media and Cultural Studies KeyWorks, edited by M.G Durham and D Kellner, 471-491. 2nd ed. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012.
[RN275] Lingard, Lorelei, and Richard Haber. "Learning Medical Talk: How the Apprenticeship Complicates Current Explicit/Tacit Debates in Genre Instruction." In The Rhetoric and Ideology of Genre: Strategies for Stability and Change, edited by Richard Coe, Lorelei Lingard and Tatiana Teslenko, 155-170. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2002.
[848] Linton, Patricia, Robert Madigan, and Susan Johnson. "Introducing Students to Disciplinary Genres: The Role of the General Composition Course." Language and Learning Across the Disciplines 1 (1994): 63-78.
[RN6] Little, J.. "Achieving Objectivity Through Genred Activity: A Case Study." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 37 (2007): 75-94.
[849] Liu, Yameng. "Disciplinary Politics and the Institutionalization of the Generic Triad in Classical Rhetoric." College English 57 (1995): 9-26.
[850] Livingstone, Sonia. "On the Material and the Symbolic: Silverstone's Double Articulation of Research Traditions in New Media Studies." New Media & Society 9 (2007): 16-24.
[1161] Lomborg, Stine. "Social Media as Communicative Genres." MedieKultur: Journal of Media and Communication Research 27, no. 51 (2011): 55-71.
[1140] Lopate, Phillip. "Curiouser and Curiouser: The Practice of Nonfiction Today." The Iowa Review 36, no. 1 (2006).

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