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[598] Artemeva, Natalia, and Janna Fox. "The Writing’s on the Board: The Global and the Local in Teaching Undergraduate Mathematics Through Chalk Talk." Written Communication 28 (2011): 345-379.
[RN245] Artemeva, Natalia. "Approaches To Learning Genres: A Bibliographical Essay." In Rhetorical Genre Studies and Beyond, edited by Natasha Artemeva and Aviva Freedman, 9-99. Winnipeg, Manitoba: Inkshed, 2008.
[597] Artemeva, Natasha, and Janna Fox. "Awareness Versus Production: Probing Students' Antecedent Genre Knowledge." Journal of Business & Technical Communication 24 (2010): 476-515.
[RN70] Artemeva, Natasha, Susan Logie, and Jennie St-Martin. "From page to stage: How theories of genre and situated learning help introduce engineering students to discipline-specific communication." Technical Communication Quarterly 8 (1999): 301-316.
[1437] Artemeva, Natasha, and Aviva Freedman. Genre Studies around the Globe: Beyond the Three Tradition. Edmonton, Alberta: Inkshed Publications and Trafford Publishing, 2016.
[RN159] Artemeva, Natasha. "Toward a Unified Social Theory of Genre Learning." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 22 (2008): 160-185.
[596] Artemeva, Natasha. "Toward a Unified Social Theory of Genre Learning." Journal of Business & Technical Communication 22 (2008): 160-185.
[604] Askehave, Inger, and Karen K. Zethsen. "Mandatory Genres: The Case of European Public Assessment Report (EPAR)." Text & Talk 28 (2008): 167-191.
[603] Askehave, Inger, and John M. Swales. "Genre Identification and Communicative Purpose: A Problem and a Possible Solution." Applied Linguistics 22 (2001): 195-212.
[602] Askehave, Inger, and Anne Ellerup Nielsen. "Digital Genres: A Challenge to Traditional Genre Theory." Information, Technology & People 18 (2005): 120-141.
[601] Askehave, Inger, and Anne Ellerup Nielsen. "What Are the Characteristics of Digital Genres? Genre Theory from a Multi-Modal Perspective." In Proceedings of the 38th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Science, edited by Jr. Sprague, Ralph H., 98a-. Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Computer Society Press, 2005.
[1332] Assmann, A.. "History, memory, and the genre of testimony. Poetics Today, 27(2), 261-273." Poetics Today 27, no. 2 (2006).
[1255] Aucouturier, J.J., and F. Pachet. "Representing Musical Genre: A State of the Art." Journal of New Music Research 32, no. 1 (2003): 1-12.
[1337] Auken, Sune. "Utterance and Function in Genre Studies. A Literary Perspective." In Genre Theory in Information Studies, 157-179. Studies in Information ed. Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2015.
[1400] Auken, Sune, Palle Schantz Lauridsen, and Anders Juhl Rasmussen. Genre and . . . In Copenhagen Studies in Genre. Vol. 2. Valby, Denmark: Forlaget Ekbátana, 2015.
[1336] Auken, Sune. "Not Another Adult Movie: Some Platitudes on Genericity and the Use of Literary Studies." In Why Study Literature. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press, 2011.
[1335] Auken, Sune. "Genre as Fictional Action." Nordisk Tidsskrift for Informationsvidenskab og Kulturformidling 2, no. 3 (2014): 19-28.
[1372] Auken, Sune, Palle Schantz Lauridsen, and Anders Juhl Rasmussen. Genre and . . . In Copenhagen Studies in Genre. Vol. 2. Valby, Denmark: Forlaget Ekbátana, 2015.
[605] Ayers, Gael. "The Evolutionary Nature of Genre: An Investigation of the Short Texts Accompanying Research Articles in the Scientific Journal Nature." English for Specific Purposes 27 (2008): 22-41.
[1308] Bach, Ulrich, and D. Stein. "From Private Writing to Public Oration: The Case of Puritan Wills. Cognitive Discourse Analysis Applied to the Study of Genre Change." In Cooperating with Written Texts: The Pragmatics and Comprehension of Written Texts, 417-436. Vol. 1. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 1992.
[606] Badran, Dany. "Hybrid Genres and the Cognitive Positioning of Audiences in the Political Discourse of Hizbollah." Critical Discourse Studies 7 (2010): 191-201.
[607] Bakardjieva, Maria. Internet Society: The Internet in Everyday Life. London: Sage, 2005.
[609] Bakhtin, M. M.. "The Problem of Speech Genres." In Speech Genres and Other Late Essays, edited by Caryl Emerson and Michael Holquist, 60-102. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 1986.
[608] Bakhtin, M. M.. "Discourse in the Novel." In The Dialogic Imagination: Four Essays, edited by Michael Holquist and Michael Holquist, 259-422. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 1981.
[RN62] Ball, Cheryl E.. "Assessing Scholarly Multimedia: A Rhetorical Genre Studies Approach." Technical Communication Quarterly 21 (2012): 61-77.