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[1157] Spinuzzi, Clay. ""Light Green Doesn't Mean Hydrology!": Toward a Visual-Rhetorical Framework for Interface Design." Computers and Composition 18, no. 1 (2001).
[RN192] Spinuzzi, Clay. "Toward Integrating Our Research Scope: A Sociocultural Field Methodology." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 16 (2002): 5-32.
[1040] Spinuzzi, Clay. Grappling with distributed usability: A cultural-historical examination of documentation genres over four decades In ACM SIGDOC 1999: Proceedings of the 17th Annual International Conference on Computer Documentation. New York: ACM, 1999.
[963] Spinuzzi, Clay, and Mark Zachry. "Genre Ecologies: An Open-System Approach to Understanding and Constructing Documentation." ACM Journal of Computer Documentation 24 (2000): 169-181.
[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.
[RN81] Spinuzzi, Clay. "Pseudotransactionality, Activity Theory, and Professional Writing Instruction." Technical Communication Quarterly 5 (1996): 295-308.
[962] Spinuzzi, Clay. "Four Ways to Investigate Assemblages of Texts: Genre Sets, Systems, Repertoires, and Ecologies." In 22nd Annual International Conference on Design of Communication: The Engineering of Quality Documentation, 110-116. Memphis, TN: Association for Computing Machinery, 2004.
[RN211] Spinuzzi, Clay. "Losing by Expanding: Corralling the Runaway Object." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 25 (2011): 449-486.
[RN15] Spinuzz, Clay. "Grappling with Distributed Usability: A Cultural-Historical Examination of Documentation Genres Over Four Decades." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 31 (2001): 41-59.
[RN57] Spears, Lee A.. "Persuasive Techniques Used in Fundraising Messages." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 32 (2002): 245-265.
[RN230] Spartz, John M., and Ryan P. Weber. "Writing Entrepreneurs: A Survey of Attitudes, Habits, Skills, and Genres." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 29 (2015): 428-455.
[RN105] Spafford, Marlee M., Catherine F. Schryer, Lorelei Lingard, and Marcellina Mian. "Accessibility and Order: Crossing Borders in Child Abuse Forensic Reports." Technical Communication Quarterly 19 (2010): 118-143.
[RN173] Spafford, Marlee M., Catherine F. Schryer, Marcellina Mian, and Lorelei Lingard. "Look Who's Talking: Teaching and Learning Using the Genre of Medical Case Presentations." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 20 (2006): 121-158.
[RN247] Spafford, Marlee, Catherine F. Schryer, Marcellina Mian, and Lorelei Lingard. "Look Who's Talking: Teaching and Learning Using the Genre of Medical Case Presentations." Journal of Business & Technical Communication 20 (2006): 121-158.
[958] Sonnino, Lee A.. A Handbook to Sixteenth-Century Rhetoric. New York: Barnes and Noble, Inc., 1968.
[957] Sollaci, Luciana B., and Mauricio G. Pereira. "The Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion (IMRAD) Structure: A Fifty-Year Survey." Journal of the Medical Library Association 92 (2004): 364-371.
[RN127] Smith, Summer. "What is 'Good' Technical Communication? A Comparison of the Standards of Writing and Engineering Instructors." Technical Communication Quarterly 12 (2003): 7/24/2015.
[RN276] Smart, Graham, and Nicole Brown. "Developing a 'Discursive Gaze'': Participatory Action Research with Student Interns Encountering New Genres in the Activity of the Workplace." In Rhetorical Genre Studies and Beyond, edited by Natasha Artemeva and Aviva Freedman, 241-279. Winnipeg, Manitoba: Inkshed, 2008.
[RN199] Smart, Graham. "Storytelling in a Central Bank: The Role of Narrative in the Creation and Use of Specialized Economic Knowledge." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 13 (1999): 249-273.
[956] Skulstad, Aud Solbjørd. "The Use of Metadiscourse in Introductory Sections of a New Genre." International Journal of Applied Linguistics 15 (2005): 71-86.
[955] Skulstad, Aud Solbjørd. "Rhetorical Organization of Chairmen's Statements." International Journal of Applied Linguistics 6 (1996): 43-63.
[RN118] Skinner, Carolyn. "Incompatible Rhetorical Expectations: Julia W. Carpenter's Medical Society Papers, ñ." Technical Communication Quarterly 21 (2012): 307-324.
[1227] Skageby, Jorgen. "Dismantling the guitar hero? A case of prodused parody and disarmed subversion." Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies 19, no. 1 (2013): 63-76.
[1282] Skågeby, Jörgen. "Dismantling the Guitar Hero? A Case of Prodused Parody and Disarmed Subversion." Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies 19, no. 1 (2012): 63-76.
[1135] Singer, Margot, and Nicole Walker. Bending Genre: Essays on Creative Nonfiction. New York: Bloomsbury, 2013.

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