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[814] Kain, Donna, and Elizabeth Wardle. "Building Context: Using Activity Theory to Teach about Genre in Multi-Major Professional Communication Courses." Technical Communication Quarterly 14 (2005): 113-139.
[RN59] Kain, Donna J.. "Constructing Genre: A Threefold Typology." Technical Communication Quarterly 14 (2005): 375-409.
[813] Kain, Donna. "Constructing Genre: A Threefold Typology." Technical Communication Quarterly 14 (2005): 375-409.
[RN60] Kain, Donna, and Elizabeth Wardle. "Building Context: Using Activity Theory to Teach About Genre in Multi-Major Professional Communication Courses." Technical Communication Quarterly 14 (2005): 113-139.
[1223] Kamberelis, G., and T. Bovino. "Cultural Artifacts as Scaffolds for Genre Development." Reading Research Quarterly 34 (1999): 138-170.
[815] Kamberelis, George. "Genre as Institutionally Informed Social Practice." Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 6 (1995): 115-171.
[RN143] Kanoksilapatham, B.. "Research Article Structure of Research Article Introductions in Three Engineering Subdisciplines." IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 55 (2012): 294-309.
[816] Kantra, Robert A.. "The Legitimate but Unchristened Genre of Tragisatire." Centennial Review 15 (1971): 84-98.
[817] Kaufer, David, Cheryl Geisler, Suguru Ishizaki, and Pantelis Vlachos. "Textual Genre Analysis and Identification." In Ambient Intelligence for Scientific Discovery, edited by Yang Cai, 129-151. Vol. 3345. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 3345. Berlin: Springer-Verlag GmbH, 2005.
[RN174] Kaufer, David S., Suguru Ishizaki, Jeff Collins, and Pantelis Vlachos. "Teaching Language Awareness in Rhetorical Choice: Using IText and Visualization in Classroom Genre Assignments." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 18 (2004): 361-402.
[RN142] Kaufer, D., and S. Ishizaki. "A Corpus Study of Canned Letters: Mining the Latent Rhetorical Proficiencies Marketed to Writers-in-a-Hurry and Non-Writers." IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 49 (2006): 254-266.
[1271] Keller, James R.. Food, film and culture: a genre study. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2006.
[818] Kelley-Romano, Stephanie. "Trust No One: The Conspiracy Genre on American Television." Southern Communication Journal 73 (2008): 105-121.
[1419] Kelly, Ashley Rose, and Kate Maddalena. "Networks, Genres, and Complex Wholes: Citizen Science and How We Act Together through Typified Text." Canadian Journal of Communication 41, no. 2 (2016): 287-304.
[1291] Kelly, Ashley Rose. Hacking Science: Emerging Parascientific Genres and Public Participation in Scientific Research. Vol. Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media. Raleigh, NC: North Carolina State University Institutional Repository, 2014.
[820] Kent, Thomas L.. "Interpretation and Genre Perception." Semiotica 56 (1985): 133-146.
[819] Kent, Thomas L.. "The Classification of Genres." Genre 16 (1983): 1-20.
[821] Kessler, Brett, Geoffrey Nunberg, and Hinrich Schuetze. "Automatic Detection of Text Genre." In Proceedings of the 35th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics and Eighth Conference of teh European Association for Computational Linguistics, 32-38. Madrid, 1997.
[RN2] Khadka, S.. "Geopolitics of Grant Writing: Discursive and Stylistic Features of Nonprofit Grant Proposals in Nepal and the United States." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 44 (2014): 141-170.
[822] Kibby, Marjorie D.. "Email Forwardables: Folklore in the Age of the Internet." New Media & Society 7 (2005): 770-790.
[RN19] Killingsworth, Jimmie M., Michael K. Gilbertson, and Joe Che. "Amplification in Technical Manuals: Theory and Practice." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 19 (1989): 13-29.
[RN1] Killoran, John B.. "The Rhetorical Situations of Web RÈsumÈs." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 39 (2009): 263-284.
[RN163] Killoran, John B.. "Self-Published Web Résumés: Their Purposes and Their Genre Systems." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 20 (2006): 425-459.
[824] Killoran, John B.. "The Gnome in the Front Yard and Other Public Figurations of Self-Presentation on Personal Home Pages." Biography 26 (2003): 66-83.
[825] Kinneavy, James L.. A Theory of Discourse: The Aims of Discourse. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1971.

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