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[1241] Garrido-Gallardo, M.A.. Teoría de los géneros literarios. Madrid, España: Arco Libros, 1988.
[RN113] Gordon, Jay L.. "Teaching Hypertext Composition." Technical Communication Quarterly 14 (2005): 49-72.
[RN269] Gurak, Laura J., and Mary E. Hocks. The Technical Communication Handbook. New York: Pearson Longman, 2009.
[RN268] Henze, Brent. "Teaching Genre in Professional and Technical Communication." In Teaching Professional and Technical Communication, edited by Tracy Bridgeford. Logan, UT: Utah State University Pres.
[RN224] Hovde, Marjorie Rush. "Tactics for Building Images of Audience in Organizational Contexts: An Ethnographic Study of Technical Communicators." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 14 (2000): 395-444.
[806] Jauss, H. R.. "Theory of Genres and Medieval Literature." In Toward an Aesthetic of Reception, 76-109. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 1982.
[808] Jerz, Dennis G.. On the Trail of the Memex: Vannevar Bush, Weblogs and the Google Galaxy. Vol. 2003., 2003.
[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.
[818] Kelley-Romano, Stephanie. "Trust No One: The Conspiracy Genre on American Television." Southern Communication Journal 73 (2008): 105-121.
[825] Kinneavy, James L.. A Theory of Discourse: The Aims of Discourse. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1971.
[828] Kress, Gunther, and Terry Threadgold. "Towards a Social Theory of Genre." Southern Review 21 (1988): 215-243.
[RN149] Lee, Chien-Ching. "Teaching Evidence-Based Writing Using Corporate Blogs." IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 56 (2013): 242-255.
[1290] Leitch, Thomas. "Twice-Told Tales: The Rhetoric of the Remake." Literature Film Quarterly 18, no. 3 (1990): 138-149.
[857] Lyon, J.. "Transforming Manifestoes: A Second Wave Problematic." Yale Journal of Criticism 5 (1991): 101-127.