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[RN191] Blythe, Jeffrey T. Grabill, and Kirk Riley. "Action Research and Wicked Environmental Problems: Exploring Appropriate Roles for Researchers in Professional Communication." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 22 (2008): 272-298.
[RN100] Rawlins, Jacob D., and Gregory D. Wilson. "Agency and Interactive Data Displays: Internet Graphics as Co-Created Rhetorical Spaces." Technical Communication Quarterly 23 (2014): 303-322.
[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.
[922] Ross, Derek G.. "Ars Dictaminis Perverted: The Personal Solicitation E-Mail as a Genre." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 39 (2009): 25-41.
[RN46] Ross, Derek G.. "Ars Dictaminis Perverted: The Personal Solicitation E-mail as a Genre." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 39 (2009): 25-41.
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[RN97] Ranney, Frances J.. "Beyond Foucault: Toward a user-centered approach to sexual harassment policy." Technical Communication Quarterly 9 (2000): 9/28/2015.
[920] Rosen, Jay. Bloggers vs. Journalists Is Over. Vol. 2006. PressThink, 2005.
[877] Miller, Carolyn R., and Dawn Shepherd. "Blogging as Social Action: A Genre Analysis of the Weblog." In Into the Blogosphere: Rhetoric, Community, and the Culture of Weblogs, edited by Laura Gurak, Smiljana Antonijevic, Laurie Johnson, Clancy Ratliff and Jessica Reymann. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Libraries, http://blog.lib.umn.edu/blogosphere/blogging_as_social_action.html, 2004.
[877] Miller, Carolyn R., and Dawn Shepherd. "Blogging as Social Action: A Genre Analysis of the Weblog." In Into the Blogosphere: Rhetoric, Community, and the Culture of Weblogs, edited by Laura Gurak, Smiljana Antonijevic, Laurie Johnson, Clancy Ratliff and Jessica Reymann. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Libraries, http://blog.lib.umn.edu/blogosphere/blogging_as_social_action.html, 2004.
[RN261] Wojahn, Patricia, Julie Dyke, Linda Ann Riley, Edward Hensel, and Stuart C. Brown. "Blurring Boundaries between Technical Communication and Engineering: Challenges of a Multidisciplinary, Client-Based Pedagogy." Technical Communication Quarterly 10 (2001): 129-148.
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[925] Rusch, Gebhard. "Cognition, Media Use, Genres: Socio-Psychological Aspects of Media and Genres; TV and TV-Genres in the Federal Republic of Germany." Poetics 16 (1987): 431-469.
[1017] Yates, JoAnne, Wanda J. Orlikowski, and Julie Rennecker. "Collaborative Genres for Collaboration: Genre Systems in Digital Media." In Thirtieth Annual Hawaii Conference on System Sciences, 50-59. IEEE Computer Society Press, 1997.
[RN117] Hart-Davidson, William, Grace Bernhardt, Michael McLeod, Martine Rife, and Jeffrey T. Grabill. "Coming to Content Management: Inventing Infrastructure for Organizational Knowledge Work." Technical Communication Quarterly 17 (2007): 10-34.
[916] Romano, Dennis. "Commentary: Why Opera? The Politics of an Emerging Genre." Journal of Interdisciplinary History 36 (2006): 401-409.
[960] Spinuzzi, Clay. "Compound Mediation in Software Development: Using Genre Ecologies to Study Textual Artifacts." In Writing Selves/Writing Societies: Research from Activity Perspectives, edited by Charles Bazerman and David Russell, 97-124. Fort Collins, CO: The WAC Clearinghouse and Mind, Culture, and Activity, 2003.
[1297] Rentfrow, Peter J., and Samuel D. Gosling. "The content and validity of music-genre stereotypes among college students." Psychology of Music 35, no. 2 (2007): 306-326.
[1173] Johns, Ann M.. "Crossing the Boundaries of Genre Studies: Commentaries by Experts." Journal of Second Language Writing 15, no. 3 (2006): 234-249.
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[1420] Miller, Carolyn R., and Ashley R. Kelly. "Discourse Genres." In Verbal Communication, edited by A. Rocci and L. de Saussure, 269-286. Handbooks of Communication Science. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2016.
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[855] Lüders, Marika, Lin Prøitz, and Terje Rasmussen. "Emerging Personal Media Genres." New Media & Society 12 (2010): 947-963.
[1280] Lüders, Marika, Lin Prøitz, and Terje Rasmussen. "Emerging Personal Media Genres." New Media and Society 12, no. 6 (2010): 947-963.
[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.
[1285] Rude, Carolyn D.. "Environmental Policy Making and the Report Genre." Technical Communication Quarterly 6, no. 1 (1997): 77-99.
[RN71] Rude, Carolyn D.. "Environmental Policy Making and the Report Genre." Technical Communication Quarterly 6 (1997): 77-90.
[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.
[929] Ryan, Terry, Richard H. G. Field, and Lorne Olfman. "The Evolution of U.S. State Government Home Pages from 1997 to 2002." International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 59 (2003): 403-430.

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