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Conference Proceedings
[1030] Stamatatos, E., N. Fakotakis, and G. Kokkinakis. Text genre detection using common word frequencies In International Conference on Computational Linguistics and The Proceedings of the 18th Conference on Computational Linguistics., 2002.
Journal Article
[RN19] Killingsworth, Jimmie M., Michael K. Gilbertson, and Joe Che. "Amplification in Technical Manuals: Theory and Practice." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 19 (1989): 13-29.
[RN120] Bell, Heather D., Kathleen A. Walch, and Steven B. Katz. "Aristotle's pharmacy: The medical rhetoric of a clinical protocol in the drug development process." Technical Communication Quarterly 9 (2000): 249-269.
[814] Kain, Donna, and Elizabeth Wardle. "Building Context: Using Activity Theory to Teach about Genre in Multi-Major Professional Communication Courses." Technical Communication Quarterly 14 (2005): 113-139.
[RN60] Kain, Donna, and Elizabeth Wardle. "Building Context: Using Activity Theory to Teach About Genre in Multi-Major Professional Communication Courses." Technical Communication Quarterly 14 (2005): 113-139.
[819] Kent, Thomas L.. "The Classification of Genres." Genre 16 (1983): 1-20.
[813] Kain, Donna. "Constructing Genre: A Threefold Typology." Technical Communication Quarterly 14 (2005): 375-409.
[RN59] Kain, Donna J.. "Constructing Genre: A Threefold Typology." Technical Communication Quarterly 14 (2005): 375-409.
[RN141] De Groot, E.B., H. Korzilius, C.N. Ickerson, and M Gerritsen. "A Corpus Analysis of Text Themes and Photographic Themes in Managerial Forewords of Dutch-English and British Annual General Reports." IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 49 (2006): 217-235.
[RN142] Kaufer, D., and S. Ishizaki. "A Corpus Study of Canned Letters: Mining the Latent Rhetorical Proficiencies Marketed to Writers-in-a-Hurry and Non-Writers." IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 49 (2006): 254-266.
[1223] Kamberelis, G., and T. Bovino. "Cultural Artifacts as Scaffolds for Genre Development." Reading Research Quarterly 34 (1999): 138-170.
[829] Kuhn, T.. "The Discourse of Issues Management: A Genre of Organizational Communication." Communication Quarterly 45 (1997): 188-210.
[1044] Erjavec, K., and M. P. Kovacic. "A discursive approach to genre: Mobi news." European Journal of Communication 24, no. 2 (2009): 147-164.
[822] Kibby, Marjorie D.. "Email Forwardables: Folklore in the Age of the Internet." New Media & Society 7 (2005): 770-790.
[RN110] Tebeaux, Elizabeth, and Jimmie M. Killingsworth. "Expanding and redirecting historical research in technical writing: In search of our past." Technical Communication Quarterly 1 (1992): 5-32.
[815] Kamberelis, George. "Genre as Institutionally Informed Social Practice." Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 6 (1995): 115-171.
[RN2] Khadka, S.. "Geopolitics of Grant Writing: Discursive and Stylistic Features of Nonprofit Grant Proposals in Nepal and the United States." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 44 (2014): 141-170.
[824] Killoran, John B.. "The Gnome in the Front Yard and Other Public Figurations of Self-Presentation on Personal Home Pages." Biography 26 (2003): 66-83.
[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): http://www.asis.org/Bulletin/Dec-01/kwasnikartic.html.
[820] Kent, Thomas L.. "Interpretation and Genre Perception." Semiotica 56 (1985): 133-146.
[832] Kwasnik, Barbara H., and Kevin Crowston. "Introduction to the Special Issue: Genres of Digital Documents." Information, Technology & People 18 (2005): 76-88.
[764] Geisler, C., C. Bazerman, S. Doheny-Farina, L. Gurak, C. Haas, J. Johnson-Eilola, D. S. Kaufer, A. Lunsford, CR Miller, D. Winsor et al. "IText: Future Directions for Research on the Relationship between Information Technology and Writing." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 15 (2001): 269-308.
[RN212] Geisler, Cheryl, Charles Bazerman, Stephen Doheny-Farina, Laura Gurak, Christina Haas, Johndan Johnson-Eilola, David S. Kaufer, Andrea Lunsford, Carolyn R. Miller, Dorothy Winsor et al. "IText: Future Directions for Research on the Relationship between Information Technology and Writing." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 15 (2001): 269-308.
[816] Kantra, Robert A.. "The Legitimate but Unchristened Genre of Tragisatire." Centennial Review 15 (1971): 84-98.
[RN140] Kryder, L. G.. "Mentors, models and clients: using the professional engineering community to identify and teach engineering genres." IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 42 (1999): 3/11/2015.

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