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[RN50] Hartley, James. "Writing an Introduction to the Introduction." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 39 (2009): 321-329.
[1714] Henze, Brent R.. "What Do Technical Communicators Need to Know about Genre?" In Solving Problems in Technical Communication, 337-361. Chicago: U Chicago Press, 2012.
[791] Herring, Susan C., Lois Ann Scheidt, Sabrina Bonus, and Elijah Wright. "Weblogs as a Bridging Genre." Information, Technology & People 18 (2005): 142-171.
[RN107] Hutto, David. "When Professional Biologists Write: An Ethnographic Study with Pedagogical Implications." Technical Communication Quarterly 12 (2003): 207-224.
[898] Palmquist, Mike. "Writing in Emerging Genres: Student Web Sites in Writing and Writing-Intensive Classes." In Genre across the Curriculum, edited by Anne Herrington and Charles Moran, 219-244. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, 2005.
[RN214] Panke, Stefanie, and Birgit Gaiser. "With My Head Up in the Clouds: Using Social Tagging to Organize Knowledge." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 23 (2009): 318-349.
[RN194] Schryer, Catherine F.. "Walking a Fine Line: Writing Negative Letters in an Insurance Company." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 14 (2000): 445-497.
[939] Schryer, Catherine F.. "Walking a Fine Line: Writing 'Negative News' Letters in an Insurance Company." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 14 (2000): 445-497.
[1144] Sidler, Michelle. "Web Research and Genres in Online Databases: When the Glossy Page Disappears." Computers and Composition 19, no. 1 (2002): 57-70.
[RN127] Smith, Summer. "What is 'Good' Technical Communication? A Comparison of the Standards of Writing and Engineering Instructors." Technical Communication Quarterly 12 (2003): 7/24/2015.
[RN230] Spartz, John M., and Ryan P. Weber. "Writing Entrepreneurs: A Survey of Attitudes, Habits, Skills, and Genres." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 29 (2015): 428-455.
[965] Stein, Dieter. "The Website as a Domain-Specific Genre." Language@Internet 3 (2006):
[966] Steinitz, Rebecca. "Writing Diaries, Reading Diaries: The Mechanics of Memory." The Communication Review 2 (1997): 43-58.
[1050] Swales, JM. "Worlds of genre—metaphors of genre." In Genre in a changing world, edited by C. Bazerman, A. Bonini and D. Figueiredo, 3-16. Fort Collins, CO: WAC Clearinghouse and Parlor Press, 2009.
[1146] Tebeaux, Elizabeth, Lynette Hunter, and Sarah Hutton. "Women and Technical Writing, 1475-1700: Technology, Literacy, and Development of a Genre." In Women, Science, and Medicine, 1500-1700, 29-62. Sutton: Thrupp, Stroud, Gloucestershire, 1997.