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[RN222] Yu, Han. "Integrating Technical Communication Into China's English Major Curriculum." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 25 (2011): 68-94.
[RN148] Yu, Han. "Integrating Intercultural Communication into an Engineering Communication Service Class Tutorial." IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 54 (2011): 83-96.
[1170] Wood, Robin. "Ideology, Genre, Auteur." Film Comment 13, no. 1 (1977): 46-51.
[RN155] Wirtz, S., and E.-M Jakobs. "Improving User Experience for Passenger Information Systems. Prototypes and Reference Objects." IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 56 (2013): 120-137.
[RN13] Swarts, Jason. "Information Technologies as Discursive Agents: Methodological Implications for the Empirical Study of Knowledge Work." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 38 (2008): 301-329.
[957] Sollaci, Luciana B., and Mauricio G. Pereira. "The Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion (IMRAD) Structure: A Fifty-Year Survey." Journal of the Medical Library Association 92 (2004): 364-371.
[RN118] Skinner, Carolyn. "Incompatible Rhetorical Expectations: Julia W. Carpenter's Medical Society Papers, ñ." Technical Communication Quarterly 21 (2012): 307-324.
[945] Scott, Robert L.. "Intentionality in the Rhetorical Process." In Rhetoric in Transition: Sutdies in the Nature and Uses of Rhetoric, edited by Eugene E. White, 39-60. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1980.
[RN228] Paul, Danette. "In Citing Chaos: A Study of the Rhetorical Use of Citations." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 14 (2000): 185-222.
[832] Kwasnik, Barbara H., and Kevin Crowston. "Introduction to the Special Issue: Genres of Digital Documents." Information, Technology & People 18 (2005): 76-88.
[833] Kwasnik, Barbara H., Kevin Crowston, Michael Nilan, and Dmitri Roussinov. "Identifying Document Genre to Improve Web Search Effectiveness." Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 27 (2001):
[820] Kent, Thomas L.. "Interpretation and Genre Perception." Semiotica 56 (1985): 133-146.
[1185] Jenkins, Henry, Delia Sherman, and Christopher Barzak. "Introduction: On the pleasures of not belonging." In Interfictions 2: An Anthology of Interstitial Writing. Easthampton, MA: Small Beer Press, 2009.
[798] Hyland, Ken, and Polly Tse. "'I Would Like to Thank My Supervisor'. Acknowledgements in Graduate Dissertations." International Journal of Applied Linguistics 14 (2004): 259-275.
[796] Horton, K., and E. Davenport. "Innovation and Hybrid Genres: Disturbing Social Rhythm in Legal Practice." In Proceedings of the Twelfth European Conference on Information Systems, edited by T. Leino, T. Saarinen and S. Klein, 742-752. Turku, Finland: Turku School of Economics and Business Administration, 2004.
[RN7] Hoover, R. "The Impact of NSF and NIH Websites on Researcher Ethics." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 40 (2010): 403-427.
[1300] Hesmondhalgh, David. "Indie: The institutional politics and aesthetics of a popular music genre." Cultural Studies 13, no. 1 (1999): 34-61.
[792] Herrington, Anne, and Charles Moran. "The Idea of Genre in Theory and Practice: An Overview of the Work in Genre in the Fields of Composition and Rhetoric and New Genre Studies." In Genre across the Curriculum, edited by Anne Herrington and Charles Moran, 1-18. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, 2005.