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[837] Lectrice. Blogging about Blogging. Vol. 2004. Everything2.com, 2002.
[838] van Leeuwen, Theo. "Genre and Field in Critical Discourse Analysis: A Synopsis." Discourse and Society 4 (1993): 193-223.
[840] Lepore, Jill. The Humbug: Edgar Allan Poe and the Economy of Horror In The New Yorker., 2009.
[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.
[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.
[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.
[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.
[846] Liestøl, Gunnar. "Conducting Genre Convergence for Learning." International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Lifelong Learning 16 (2006): 255-270.
[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.
[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.
[851] Losh, Elizabeth M.. "Hacking Aristotle: What Is Digital Rhetoric?" In Virtualpolitik: An Electronic History of Government Media-Making in a Time of War, Scandal, Disaster, Miscommunication, and Mistakes, 47-95. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2009.
[852] Lucas, Stephen E.. "Genre Criticism and Historical Context: The Case of George Washington's First Inaugural Address." Southern Speech Communication Journal 51 (1986): 354-370.
[853] Luckmann, Thomas. "On the Communicative Adjustment of Perspectives, Dialogue and Communicative Genres." In The Dialogical Alternative, edited by Astri Heen Wold, 219-234. Oslo: Scandinavian University Press, 1992.
[854] Lüders, Marika. "Conceptualizing Personal Media." New Media & Society 10 (2008): 683-702.
[855] Lüders, Marika, Lin Prøitz, and Terje Rasmussen. "Emerging Personal Media Genres." New Media & Society 12 (2010): 947-963.
[856] Luzón, María José. "Genre Analysis in Technical Communication." IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 48 (2005): 285-295.
[857] Lyon, J.. "Transforming Manifestoes: A Second Wave Problematic." Yale Journal of Criticism 5 (1991): 101-127.
[869] Medway, Peter. "Fuzzy Genres and Community Identities: The Case of Architecture Students' Sketchbooks." In The Rhetoric and Ideology of Genre: Strategies for Stability and Change, edited by Richard Coe, Lorelei Lingard and Tatiana Teslenko, 123-153. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2002.
[885] Mohrmann, G. P., and Michael C. Leff. "Lincoln at Cooper Union: A Rationale for Neo-Classical Criticism." Quarterly Journal of Speech 60 (1974): 459-467.
[924] Royse, Pam, Joon Lee, Baasanjav Undrahbuyan, Mark Hopson, and Mia Consalvo. "Women and Games: Technologies of the Gendered Self." New Media & Society 9 (2007): 555-576.
[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.
[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.
[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.
[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.

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