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[893] Ochs, Elinor, and Lisa Capps. "Narrating the Self." Annual Reviews of Anthropology 25 (1996): 19-43.
[1168] Nystrand, Martin. What Writers Know: the Language, Process, and Structure of Written Discourse. New York: Academic Press, 1982.
[1169] Nystrand, Martin, and John Duffy. Towards a Rhetoric of Everyday Life: New Directions in Research on Writing, Text, and Discourse. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2003.
[1273] Nutt, Diane, and Diane Railton. "The Sims: Real Life as Genre." Information, Communication, and Society 6, no. 4 (2010): 577-592.
[RN42] Northcut, Kathryn M.. "The Relevance of Feenberg's Critical Theory of Technology to Critical Visual Literacy: The Case of Scientific and Technical Illustration." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 37 (2007): 253-266.
[1315] Nissen, Trygve, and Rolf Wynn. "The history of the case report: a selective review." JRSM Open 5, no. 4 (2014): 2054270414523410.
[892] Nilan, Michael, Jeffrey Pomerantz, and Stephen Paling. "Genres from the Bottom Up: What Has the Web Brought Us." In Information in a Networked World: Proceedings of the 64th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, edited by Elizabeth Aversa and Cynthia Manley, 330-339. Vol. 38. Medford, NJ: Information Today, Inc., 2001.
[1296] Negus, Keith. Music Genres and Corporate Cultures. London: Routledge, 1999.
[1278] Negra, Diane, and Yvonne Tasker. "Neoliberal frames and genre of inequality: Recession-era chick flicks and male-centered corporate melodrama." European Journal of Cultural Studies 16, no. 3 (2013): 344-361.
[891] Neale, Steve. "Questions of Genre." Screen 31 (1990): 45-66.
[890] Myers, Greg. "Powerpoints: Technology, Lectures, and Changing Genres." In Analysing Professional Genres, edited by Anna Trosborg, 177-191. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2000.
[889] Myers, Greg. "Stories and Styles in Two Molecular Biology Review Articles." In Textual Dynamics of the Professions: Historical and Contemporary Studies of Writing in Professional Communities, edited by Charles Bazerman and James Paradis, 45-75. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1991.
[RN53] Myers, Marshall. "The Influence of the Purpose of a Business Document on Its Syntax and Rhetorical Schemes." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 29 (1999): 401-408.
[888] Murphy, John M.. "'Our Mission and Our Moment': George W. Bush and September 11th." Rhetoric & Public Affairs 6 (2003): 607-632.
[1046] Muntigl, P.. Narrative counselling: Social and linguistic processes of change. London: John Benjamins, 2004.
[RN96] Munger, Roger. "Evolution of the emergency medical services profession: A case study of EMS run reports." Technical Communication Quarterly 9 (2000): 329-346.
[1148] Müller, Kjartan. "Genre in the Design Space." Computers and Composition 28, no. 3 (2011): 186-194.
[1307] Muecke, Stephen. "Discourse, History, Fiction: Language and Aboriginal History." Australian Journal of Cultural Studies 1, no. 1 (1983): 71-79.
[1178] Morris, David. ""Hick-Hop Hooray? 'Honky Tonk Badonkadonk,' Musical Genre, and the Misrecognitions of Hybridity."." Critical Studies in Media Communication 28, no. 5 (2011).
[887] Moretti, Franco. Graphs, Maps, Trees: Abstract Models for a Literary History. London: Verso, 2005.
[RN17] Moran, Michael G., and Elizabeth Tebeaux. "A Bibliography of Works Published in the History of Professional Communication from 1994-2009: Part 2." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 42 (2012): 57-86.
[RN234] Moran, Michael G., and Debra Journet. Research in Technical Communication: A Bibliographic Sourcebook. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1985.
[RN114] Moran, Michael G.. "Figures of Speech as Persuasive Strategies in Early Commercial Communication: The Use of Dominant Figures in the Raleigh Reports About Virginia in the 1580s." Technical Communication Quarterly 14 (2005): 183-196.
[RN109] Moran, Michael G.. "Ralph Lane's 1586 Discourse on the First Colony: The Renaissance Commercial Report as Apologia." Technical Communication Quarterly 12 (2003): 125-154.
[RN28] Moore, Patrick. "From Monologue to Dialog to Chorus: The Place of Instrumental Discourse in English Studies and Technical Communication." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 36 (2006): 383-412.