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[934] Schmidt, Jan. "Blogging Practices: An Analytical Framework." Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 12 (2007): 1409-1427.
[RN221] Schneider, Barbara. "Theorizing Structure and Agency in Workplace Writing: An Ethnomethodological Aroach." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 16 (2002): 170-195.
[942] Schryer, Catherine F., Lorelei Lingard, Marlee Spafford, and Kim Garwood. "Structure and Agency in Medical Case Presentations." In Writing Selves/Writing Societies: Research from Activity Perspectives, edited by Charles Bazerman and David Russell, 62-96. Fort Collins, CO: The WAC Clearinghouse and Mind, Culture, and Activity, 2003.
[937] Schryer, Catherine F.. "The Lab vs. the Clinic: Sites of Competing Genres." In Genre and the New Rhetoric, edited by Aviva Freedman and Peter Medway, 105-124. London: Taylor and Francis, 1994.
[RN271] Schryer, Catherine F.. "Genre and Power: A Chronotopic Analysis." In The Rhetoric and Ideology of Genre: Strategies for Stability and Change, edited by Richard Coe, Lorelei Lingard and Tatiana Teslenko, 73-102. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2002.
[941] Schryer, Catherine F., Lorelei Lingard, and Marlee Spafford. "Regularized Practices: Genres, Improvisation, and Identity Formation in Health-Care Professions." In Communicative Practices in Workplaces and the Professions: Cultural Perspectives on the Regulation of Discourse and Organizations, edited by Charlotte Thralls and Mark Zachry, 21-44. Amityville, NY: Baywood, 2007.
[936] Schryer, Catherine F.. "Records as Genre." Written Communication 10 (1993): 200-234.
[RN194] Schryer, Catherine F.. "Walking a Fine Line: Writing Negative Letters in an Insurance Company." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 14 (2000): 445-497.
[940] Schryer, Catherine F.. "Genre and Power: A Chronotopic Analysis." In The Rhetoric and Ideology of Genre: Strategies for Stability and Change, edited by Richard Coe, Lorelei Lingard and Tatiana Teslenko, 73-102. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2002.
[1397] Schryer, Catherine F.. "Genre Theory and Research." In Encyclopedia of Library and Information Sciences, edited by Marcia J. Bates and Mary Niles Maack, 1934-1942. 3rd ed. Taylor & Francis: New York, 2010.
[RN238] Schryer, Catherine F.. "Records as Genre." Written Communication 10 (1993): 200-234.
[944] Schryer, Catherine F., and Philippa Spoel. "Genre Theory, Health-Care Discourse, and Professional Identity Formation." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 19 (2005): 249-278.
[939] Schryer, Catherine F.. "Walking a Fine Line: Writing 'Negative News' Letters in an Insurance Company." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 14 (2000): 445-497.
[943] Schryer, Catherine F., Lorelei Lingard, and Marlee M. Spafford. "Techne or Artful Science and the Genre of Case Presentations in Healthcare Settings." Communication Monographs 72 (2005): 234-260.
[938] Schryer, Catherine F.. "Genre Time/Space: Chronotopic Strategies in the Experimental Article." JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory 19 (1999): 81-89.
[RN161] Schryer, Catherine F., and Philippa Spoel. "Genre Theory, Health-Care Discourse, and Professional Identity Formation." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 19 (2005): 249-278.
[RN66] Schuster, Mary Lay, Ann La Bree Russell, Dianne M. Bartels, and Holli Kelly-Trombley. "'Standing in Terri Schiavo's Shoes': The Role of Genre in End-of-Life Decision Making." Technical Communication Quarterly 22 (2013): 195-218.
[945] Scott, Robert L.. "Intentionality in the Rhetorical Process." In Rhetoric in Transition: Sutdies in the Nature and Uses of Rhetoric, edited by Eugene E. White, 39-60. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1980.
[946] Segal, Judy Z.. "Problems of Generalization/Genrelization: The Case of the Doctor-Patient Interview." In The Rhetoric and Ideology of Genre: Strategies for Stability and Change, edited by Richard Coe, Lorelei Lingard and Tatiana Teslenko, 171-184. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2002.
[947] Segal, Judy Z.. "Breast Cancer Narratives as Public Rhetoric: Genre Itself and the Maintenance of Ignorance." Linguistics and the Human Sciences 3 (2007): 3-23.
[948] Seitel, Peter. "Theorizing Genres—Interpreting Works." New Literary History 34 (2005): 275-297.
[RN106] Selber, Stuart A.. "A Rhetoric of Electronic Instruction Sets." Technical Communication Quarterly 19 (2010): 95-117.
[RN116] Selber, Stuart A.. "The CCCC Outstanding Dissertation Award in Technical Communication: A Retrospective Analysis." Technical Communication Quarterly 13 (2004): 139-155.
[1317] Shapero, J. J.. The Language of Suicide Notes. Vol. Ph.D. Birmingham, UK: University of Birmingham, 2011.
[949] Sharer, Wendy B.. "Genre Work: Expertise and Advocacy in the Early Bulletins of the U.S. Women's Bureau." Rhetoric Society Quarterly 33 (2003): 5-32.

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