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[1237] "Genre [poster]." College Composition and Communication 62, no. 3 (2011): n. pag.
[870] Mehler, Alexander, Serge Sharoff, and Marina Santini. Genres on the Web: Computational Models and Empirical Studies In Text, Speech, and Language Technology, Edited by Nancy Ide and Jean Véronis. Dordrecht: Springer, 2011.
[1190] Henderson, Desiree. Grief and Genre in American Literature, 1790-1870. Burlington : Ashgate, 2011.
[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).
[RN148] Yu, Han. "Integrating Intercultural Communication into an Engineering Communication Service Class Tutorial." IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 54 (2011): 83-96.
[RN222] Yu, Han. "Integrating Technical Communication Into China's English Major Curriculum." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 25 (2011): 68-94.
[1317] Shapero, J. J.. The Language of Suicide Notes. Vol. Ph.D. Birmingham, UK: University of Birmingham, 2011.
[RN55] Wang, Junhua, and Pinfan Zhu. "Linking Contextual Factors with Rhetorical Pattern Shift: Direct and Indirect Strategies Recommended in English Business Communication Textbooks in China." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 41 (2011): 83-107.
[RN211] Spinuzzi, Clay. "Losing by Expanding: Corralling the Runaway Object." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 25 (2011): 449-486.
[RN56] Saidy, Christina, Mark Hannah, and Tom Sura. "Meeting Students Where They Are: Advancing a Theory and Practice of Archives in the Classroom." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 41 (2011): 173-191.
[RN101] Read, Sarah. "The Mundane, Power, and Symmetry: A Reading of the Field with Dorothy Winsor and the Tradition of Ethnographic Research." Technical Communication Quarterly 20 (2011): 353-383.
[1336] Auken, Sune. "Not Another Adult Movie: Some Platitudes on Genericity and the Use of Literary Studies." In Why Study Literature. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press, 2011.
[RN31] Lanier, Clinton R.. "Open Source Software Peer-To-Peer Forums and Culture: A Preliminary Investigation of Global Participation in User Assistance." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 41 (2011): 347-366.
[RN24] Shehza, Wasima. "Outlining Purposes, Stating the Nature of the Present Research, and Listing Research Questions or Hypotheses in Academic Papers." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 41 (2011): 139-160.
[1293] Lena, J. C., and R. A. Peterson. "Politically-Purposed Music Genres." American Behavioral Scientist 55, no. 5 (2011): 574-588.
[1236] Cartmell, Deborah. "Pride and Prejudice and the adaptation genre." Journal of Adaptation in Film & Performance 3, no. 3 (2011): 227-243.
[RN165] Dannels, Deanna P.. "Relational Genre Knowledge and the Online Design Critique: Relational Authenticity in Preprofessional Genre Learning." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 25 (2011): 3-35.
[866] McClure, Kevin. "The Rhetoric of Disaster: The Presidential Natural Disaster Address as an Emergent Genre." Relevant Rhetoric 2 (2011).
[1161] Lomborg, Stine. "Social Media as Communicative Genres." MedieKultur: Journal of Media and Communication Research 27, no. 51 (2011): 55-71.
[RN179] Wolfe, Joanna, Cynthia Britt, and Kara Poe Alexander. "Teaching the IMRaD Genre: Sentence Combining and Pattern Practice Revisited." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 25 (2011): 119-158.
[914] Reiff, Mary Jo, and Anis Bawarshi. "Tracing Discursive Resources: How Students Use Prior Genre Knowledge to Negotiate New Writing Contexts in First-Year Composition." Written Communication 28 (2011): 312-337.
[RN181] Brent, Doug. "Transfer, Transformation, and Rhetorical Knowledge: Insights From Transfer Theory." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 25 (2011): 396-420.
[RN188] Shaver, Lisa. "Using Key Messages to Explore Rhetoric in Professional Writing." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 25 (2011): 219-236.
[598] Artemeva, Natalia, and Janna Fox. "The Writing’s on the Board: The Global and the Local in Teaching Undergraduate Mathematics Through Chalk Talk." Written Communication 28 (2011): 345-379.