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[RN210] Suchan, Jim. "Gauging Openness to Written Communication Change: The Predictive Power of Metaphor." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 28 (2014): 447-476.
[1424] Paltridge, Brian. "Genre and second language academic writing." Language Teaching 47 (2014): 303-318.
[1335] Auken, Sune. "Genre as Fictional Action." Nordisk Tidsskrift for Informationsvidenskab og Kulturformidling 2, no. 3 (2014): 19-28.
[1391] Tebble, Helen. "A genre-based approach to teaching dialogue interpreting." The Interpreter and Translator Trainer 8, no. 3 (2014): 418-436.
[1304] Wells, Susan. "Genres as Species and Spaces: Literary and Rhetorical Genre in The Anatomy of Melancholy." Philosophy & Rhetoric 47, no. 2 (2014): 23.
[RN2] Khadka, S.. "Geopolitics of Grant Writing: Discursive and Stylistic Features of Nonprofit Grant Proposals in Nepal and the United States." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 44 (2014): 141-170.
[1291] Kelly, Ashley Rose. Hacking Science: Emerging Parascientific Genres and Public Participation in Scientific Research. Vol. Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media. Raleigh, NC: North Carolina State University Institutional Repository, 2014.
[1315] Nissen, Trygve, and Rolf Wynn. "The history of the case report: a selective review." JRSM Open 5, no. 4 (2014): 2054270414523410.
[RN151] Mogull, S.A. "Integrating Online Informative Videos into Technical Communication Service Courses." IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 57 (2014): 340-363.
[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).
[RN146] Spinuzzi, C., S. Nelson, K. S. Thomson, F. Lorenzini, R.A. French, G. Pogue, S.D. Burback, and J. Momberger. "Making the Pitch: Examining Dialogue and Revisions in Entrepreneurs' Pitch Decks." IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 57 (2014): 158-181.
[RN263] Bourelle, Tiffany. "New Perspectives on the Technical Communication Internship: Professionalism in the Workplace." Journal of Technical Writing & Communication 44 (2014): 171-189.
[RN79] Blythe, Stuart, Claire Lauer, and Paul G. Curran. "Professional and Technical Communication in a Web 2.0 World." Technical Communication Quarterly 23 (2014): 265-287.
[RN58] Lemansk, Steve. "Proposal Pitfalls Plaguing Researchers: Can Technical Communicators Make a Difference." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 44 (2014): 211-222.
[1738] Pérez-Llantada, Carmen. "Researching genres with multilingual corpora: A conceptual enquiry." In Corpus Analysis for Descriptive and Pedagogical Purposes: ESP Perspectives M. Gotti and D. Giannoni eds, 107-122. Bern: Peter Lang, 2014.
[RN76] Ferro, Toni, and Mark Zachry. "Technical Communication Unbound: Knowledge Work, Social Media, and Emergent Communicative Practices." Technical Communication Quarterly 23 (2014): 6/21/2015.
[1120] Clark, Malcolm. "You have e-mail, what happens next? Tracking the eyes for genre." Information Processing & Management 50, no. 1 (2014): 175-198.
[1301] Clark, Malcolm. "You have e-mail, what happens next? Tracking the eyes for genre." Information Processing & Management 50, no. 1 (2014): 175-198.