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[676] Chandler-Olcott, Kelly, and Donna Mahar. "Considering Genre in the Digital Literacy Classroom." Reading Online 5 (2001):
[1264] Chapman, Marilyn L.. "The Emergence of Genres: Some Findings from an Examination of First-Grade Writing." Written Communication 11, no. 3 (1994): 348-380.
[677] Charney, Davida H., and Richard A. Carlson. "Learning to Write in a Genre: What Students Take from Model Texts." Research in the Teaching of English 29 (1995): 88-125.
[678] Christie, Frances, and J. R. Martin. Genre and Institutions: Social Processes in the Workplace and School. London: Cassell, 1997.
[1239] Claggett, Fran. Teaching writing: Craft, art, genre. Urbana, Ill: National Council of Teachers of English, 2005.
[1249] Clark, Irene L.. "Reconsideration of genre." In Visions and Revisions: Continuity and Change in Rhetoric and Composition, edited by James D. Williams, 89-108. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 2002.
[1119] Clark, Malcolm, Ian Ruthven, and Patrik O'Brian Holt. "Perceiving and using genre by form–an eye-tracking study." Libri 60, no. 3 (2010): 268-280.
[1301] Clark, Malcolm. "You have e-mail, what happens next? Tracking the eyes for genre." Information Processing & Management 50, no. 1 (2014): 175-198.
[679] Clark, Malcolm, Ian Ruthven, and Patrik O'Brian Holt. "The Evolution of Genre in Wikipedia." Journal for Language Technology and Computational Linguistics 24 (2009): 1-22.
[1248] Clark, Irene L.. "A genre approach to writing assignments." Composition Forum 14, no. 2 (2005).
[1118] Clark, Malcolm, Ian Ruthven, Patrik O'Brian Holt, and Dawei Song. "Looking for genre: the use of structural features during search tasks with Wikipedia." In IIIX '12: Proceedings of the 4th Information Interaction in Context Symposium. New York, NY, USA: ACM, 2012.
[1153] Clark, Irene L., and Andrea Hernandez. "Genre Awareness, Academic Argument, and Transferability." WAC Journal 22 (2011): 66-78.
[1122] Clark, Malcolm, Ian Ruthven, and Patrik O'Brian Holt. "How do People Interact with Structured E-mails in Terms of Genre and Perception?" In Proceedings of the Conference on Information: Interaction and Impact (I3). Aberdeen, Scotland., 2009.
[RN185] Clark, Colin Mackinnon, Ulrike Marianne Murfett, Priscilla S. Rogers, and Soon Ang. "Is Empathy Effective for Customer Service? Evidence From Call Center Interactions." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 27 (2013): 123-153.
[1117] Clark, Malcolm, and Stuart Watt. "Classifying XML Documents by Using Genre Features." In Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Database and Expert Systems Applications. Washington, DC, USA: IEEE Computer Society, 2007.
[1121] Clark, Malcolm. "Structured text retrieval by means of affordances and genre." In Proceedings of the 1st BCS IRSG conference on Future Directions in Information Access. Swinton, UK, UK: British Computer Society, 2007.
[RN91] Clark, Dave. "Content Management and the Separation of Presentation and Content." Technical Communication Quarterly 17 (2007): 35-60.
[1116] Clark, Malcolm, Ian Ruthven, and Patrik O'Brian Holt. "Genre analysis of structured e-mails for corpus profiling." In Proceedings of the 2008 BCS-IRSG conference on Corpus Profiling. Swinton, UK, UK: British Computer Society, 2008.
[1250] Clark, Irene L.. "Genre." In Concepts in Composition: Theory and Practice in the Teaching of Writing, edited by Irene L. Clark. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2003.
[1120] Clark, Malcolm. "You have e-mail, what happens next? Tracking the eyes for genre." Information Processing & Management 50, no. 1 (2014): 175-198.
[1265] Clements, Peter. "Re-placing the sentence: Approaching style through genre." In Refiguring Prose Style: Possibilities for Writing Pedagogy, edited by T. R. Johnson and Tom Pace, 198-214. Logan: Utah State UP, 2005.
[682] Coe, Richard M., Lorelei Lingard, and Tatiana Teslenko. The Rhetoric and Ideology of Genre: Strategies for Stability and Change In Research and Teaching in Rhetoric and Composition. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2002.
[681] Coe, Richard M., and Aviva Freedman. "Genre Theory: Australian and North American Approaches." In Theorizing Composition: A Criticial Sourcebook of Theory and Scholarship in Contemporary Composition Studies, edited by Mary Lynch Kennedy, 136-147. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1998.
[680] Coe, Richard M.. "Teaching Genre as Process." In Learning and Teaching Genre, edited by Aviva Freedman and Peter Medway, 157-169. Boynton/Cook, 1994.
[684] Cohen, Ralph. "History and Genre." New Literary History 17 (1986): 203-218.