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[RN39] Van Der Meij, Hans. "A Closer Look at Visual Manuals." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 26 (1996): 371-383.
[RN242] Van Nostrand, A. D.. Fundable Knowledge: The Marketing of Defense Technology. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1997.
[RN243] Van Nostrand, A. D.. "A Genre Map of R&D Knowledge Production for the U.S. Department of Defense." In Genre and the New Rhetoric, edited by Aviva Freedman and Peter Medway, 133-145. London: Taylor and Francis, 1994.
[1279] Van Selm, Martine, and Allerd Peeters. "Additional Communication Channels in Dutch Television Genres." New Media and Society 9, no. 4 (2007): 651-659.
[991] Vandenberg, Peter. "Review: Animated Categories: Genre, Action, and Composition." College English 67 (2005): 532-545.
[992] Varpio, Lara, Marlee M. Spafford, Catherine F. Schryer, and Lorelei Lingard. "Seeing and Listening: A Visual and Social Analysis of Optometric Record-Keeping Practices." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 21 (2007): 343-375.
[RN182] Varpio, Lara, Marlee M. Spafford, Catherine F. Schryer, and Lorelei Lingard. "Seeing and Listening: A Visual and Social Analysis of Optometric Record-Keeping Practices." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 21 (2007): 343-375.
[993] Vatz, Richard. "The Myth of the Rhetorical Situation." Philosophy and Rhetoric 6 (1973): 154-161.
[995] Vaughan, Misha W., and Andrew Dillon. "Why Structure and Genre Matter for Users of Digital Information: A Longitudinal Experiment with Readers of a Web-Based Newspaper." International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 64 (2006): 502-526.
[994] Vaughan, Misha W., and Andrew Dillon. "The Role of Genre in Shaping Our Understanding of Digital Documents." Proceedings of the ASIS Annual Meeting 35 (1998): 559-566.
[1286] Verevis, Constantine. Film Remakes. New York, NY, USA: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.
[996] Vivian, Bradford. "Style, Rhetoric, and Postmodern Culture." Philosophy and Rhetoric 35 (2002): 223-243.
[997] Vrooman, Steven S.. "The Art of Invective: Performing Identity in Cyberspace." New Media & Society 4 (2002): 51-70.
[1283] Vrooman, Steven S.. "The Art of Invective: Performing Identity in Cyberspace." New Media & Society 4, no. 1 (2002): 51-70.