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[RN218] Abbott, Christine, and Philip Eubanks. "How Academics and Practitioners Evaluate Technical Texts: A Focus Group Study." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 19 (2005): 171-218.
[589] Alexander, Joy. "The Verse-novel: A New Genre." Children's LIterature in Education 36 (2005): 269-283.
[RN115] Allen, Jo. "The Impact of Student Learning Outcomes Assessment on Technical and Professional Communication Programs." Technical Communication Quarterly 13 (2004): 93-108.
[591] Altman, Rick. Film/Genre. London: British Film Institute, 1999.
[1240] Altman, Rick. Los géneros cinematográficos. Barcelona, España: Paidós Iberica, 2000.
[590] Altman, Rick. "A Semantic/Syntactic Approach to Film Genre." Cinema Journal 23 (1984): 6-18.
[RN26] Amare, Nicole, and Charlotte Brammer. "Perceptions of Memo Quality: A Case Study of Engineering Practicioners, Professors, and Students." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 35 (2005): 179-190.
[RN202] Amidon, Stevens, and Stuart Blythe. "Wrestling With Proteus: Tales of Communication Managers in a Changing Economy." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 22 (2008): 5-37.
[592] Andersen, Jack. "The Concept of Genre in Information Studies." In Annual Review of Information Science and Technology: 2008, edited by Blaise Cronin, 339-366. Vol. 42. Medford, NJ: Information Today, Inc., 2008.
[1342] Andersen, Jack. Genre Theory in Information Studies. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Ltd., 2015.
[593] Anderson, Dana. "Questioning the Motives of Habituated Action: Burke and Bourdieu on Practice." Philosophy and Rhetoric 37 (2004): 255-274.
[RN197] Angouri, Jo, and Nigel Harwood. "This Is Too Formal for Us.: A Case Study of Variation in the Written Products of a Multinational Consortium." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 22 (2008): 38-64.
[1150] Ansary, Hasan, and Esmat Baba, ii. "The Generic Integrity of Newspaper Editorials: A Systemic Functional Perspective." RELC Journal: A Journal of Language Teaching and Research 36, no. 3 (2005): 271-295.
[594] Anson, Chris M., Deanna P. Dannels, and Karen St. Clair. "Teaching and Learning a Multimodal Genre in a Psychology Course." In Genre across the Curriculum, edited by Anne Herrington and Charles Moran, 171-191. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, 2005.
[RN150] Anthony, L. "Writing research article introductions in software engineering: how accurate is a standard model." IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 42 (1999): 38-46.
[595] Apperley, Thomas H.. "Genre and Game Studies: Toward a Critical Approach to Video Game Genres." Simulation & Gaming 37 (2006): 6-23.
[1106] Applegarth, Risa. "Rhetorical Scarcity: Spatial and Economic Inflections on Genre Change." College Composition and Communication 63, no. 3 (2012): 483.
[1126] Apter, Emily. "Taskography: Translation as Genre of Literary Labor." PMLA 122, no. 5 (2007): 1403-15.
[597] Artemeva, Natasha, and Janna Fox. "Awareness Versus Production: Probing Students' Antecedent Genre Knowledge." Journal of Business & Technical Communication 24 (2010): 476-515.
[RN245] Artemeva, Natalia. "Approaches To Learning Genres: A Bibliographical Essay." In Rhetorical Genre Studies and Beyond, edited by Natasha Artemeva and Aviva Freedman, 9-99. Winnipeg, Manitoba: Inkshed, 2008.
[596] Artemeva, Natasha. "Toward a Unified Social Theory of Genre Learning." Journal of Business & Technical Communication 22 (2008): 160-185.
[RN70] Artemeva, Natasha, Susan Logie, and Jennie St-Martin. "From page to stage: How theories of genre and situated learning help introduce engineering students to discipline-specific communication." Technical Communication Quarterly 8 (1999): 301-316.
[600] Artemeva, Natasha, and Aviva Freedman. Rhetorical Genre Studies and Beyond. Winnipeg, Manitoba: Inkshed, 2008.
[1437] Artemeva, Natasha, and Aviva Freedman. Genre Studies around the Globe: Beyond the Three Tradition. Edmonton, Alberta: Inkshed Publications and Trafford Publishing, 2016.
[RN159] Artemeva, Natasha. "Toward a Unified Social Theory of Genre Learning." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 22 (2008): 160-185.

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