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[760] Frye, Northrop. Anatomy of Criticism: Four Essays. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1971.
[758] Frow, John. Genre In The New Critical Idiom, Edited by John Drakakis. London: Routledge, 2005.
[757] Frow, John. "Discourse Genres." Journal of Literary Semantics 9 (1980): 73-81.
[759] Frow, John. "'Reproducibles, Rubrics, and Everything You Need': Genre Theory Today." Publications of the Modern Language Association 122 (2007): 1626-1634.
[1188] Fried, Daniel. "Riding Off into the Sunrise: Genre Contingency and the Origin of the Chinese Western." PMLA 122, no. 5 (2007): 1482-98.
[756] Frentz, Thomas S., and Thomas B. Farrell. "Language-Action: A Paradigm for Communication." Quarterly Journal of Speech 62 (1976): 333-349.
[755] French, Brigittine M.. "The Symbolic Capital of Social Identities: The Genre of Bargaining in an Urban Guatemalan Market." Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 10 (2000): 155-189.
[749] Freedman, Aviva. "Situating Genre: A Rejoinder." Research in the Teaching of English 27 (1993): 272-281.
[753] Freedman, Aviva, and Peter Medway. Learning and Teaching Genre. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook Heinemann, 1994.
[748] Freedman, Aviva. "Reconceiving Genre." Texte 8/9 (1990): 279-292.
[752] Freedman, Aviva, and Peter Medway. Genre and the New Rhetoric In Critical Perspectives on Literacy and Education, Edited by Allan Luke. London: Taylor & Francis, 1994.
[RN260] Freedman, Aviva, Christine Adam, and Graham Smart. "Wearing Suits to Class: Simulating Genres and Simulations as Genre." Written Communication 11 (1994): 193-226.
[747] Freedman, Aviva. "Learning to Write Again: Discipline-Specific Writing at University." Carleton Papers in Applied Language Studies 4 (1987): 95-115.
[1174] Freedman, Aviva. "Navigating the Current of Economic Policy: Written Genres and the Distribution of Cognitive Work at a Financial Institution." Mind, Culture, and Activity 4, no. 4 (1997): 238-255.
[751] Freedman, Aviva, Christine Adam, and Graham Smart. "Wearing Suits to Class: Simulating Genres and Simulations as Genre." Written Communication 11 (1994): 193-226.
[RN200] Freedman, Aviva, and Christine Adam. "Learning to Write Professionally: Situated Learning and the Transition from University to Professional Discourse." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 10 (1996): 395-427.
[750] Freedman, Aviva. "Show and Tell? The Role of Explicit Teaching in the Learning of New Genres." Research in the Teaching of English 27 (1993): 222-251.
[754] Freedman, Aviva, and Peter Medway. "Locating Genre Studies: Antecedents and Prospects." In Genre and the New Rhetoric, edited by Aviva Freedman and Peter Medway, 1-?, 1994.
[RN36] Freed, Richard C.. "A Meditation on Proposals and Their Backgrounds." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 17 (1987): 157-163.
[RN47] Freed, Richard C., and David D. Roberts. "The Nature, Classification, and Generic Structure of Proposals." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 19 (1989): 317-351.
[1033] Freadman, Anne. "Uptake." In The Rhetoric and Ideology of Genre: Strategies for Stability and Change, edited by Richard M. Coe, Lorelei Lingard and Tatiana Teslenko, 39-53. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2002.
[1200] Freadman, A. "The Traps and Trappings of Genre Theory." Applied Linguistics 33, no. 5 (2012): 544-563.
[746] Freadman, Anne. "Untitled: (On Genre)." Cultural Studies 2 (1988): 67-99.
[745] Freadman, Anne. "Anyone for Tennis?" In The Place of Genre in Learning: Current Debates, edited by Ian Reid, 91-124. Deakin University (Australia): Centre for in Literary Education, 1987.
[1184] Fraiberg, Steven. "Composition 2.0: Toward a multilingual and multimodal framework." College Composition and Communication 62 (2010): 100-126.

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