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[713] Dimock, Wai Chee. "Introduction: Genres as Fields of Knowledge." Publications of the Modern Language Association 122 (2007): 1377-1388.
[1177] Ding, Huiling. " "Genre analysis of personal statements: Analysis of moves in application essays to medical and dental schools." ." English for Specific Purposes 26, no. 3 (2007): Continuous.
[715] Ding, Yao. Untitled., Submitted.
[RN104] Ding, Huiling. "Technical Communication Instruction in China: Localized Programs and Alternative Models." Technical Communication Quarterly 19 (2010): 300-317.
[714] Ding, Huiling. "The Use of Cognitive and Social Apprenticeship to Teach a Disciplinary Genre: Initiation of Graduate Students into NIH Grant Writing." Written Communication 25 (2008): 3-52.
[RN183] Ditlevsen, Marianne Grove. "Telling the Story of Daniscoís Annual Reports (1935 Through 2007-2008) From a Communicative Perspective." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 26 (2012): 92-115.
[716] Doelman, James. "Circulation of the Late Elizabethan and Early Stuart Epigram." Renaissance and Reformation/Renaissance et Réforme 29 (2005): 59-73.
[RN23] Donnell, Jeffrey. "Illustration and Language in Technical Communication." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 35 (2005): 239-271.
[717] Dowling, Ralph E.. "Terrorism and the Media: A Rhetorical Genre." Journal of Communication 36 (1986): 12-24.
[718] Downey, Sharon D.. "The Evolution of the Rhetorical Genre of Apologia." Western Journal of Communication 57 (1993): 42-64.
[1252] Drott, Eric. "The End(s) of Genre." Journal of Music Theory 57, no. 1 (2013): 1-45.
[1199] Drott, E. "The End(s) of Genre." Journal of Music Theory 57, no. 1 (2013): 1-45.
[720] Dryer, Dylan B.. "The Persistence of Institutional Memory: Genre Uptake and Program Reform." Writing Program Administration 3` (2008): 32-51.
[719] Dryer, Dylan B.. "Taking Up Space: On Genre Systems as Geographies of the Possible." JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory 28 (2008): 503-534.
[721] Dubrow, Heather. Genre. London: Methuen, 1982.
[722] Duff, David. Modern Genre Theory. New York: Pearson Education, 2000.
[723] Dunmire, Patricia L.. "Genre as Temporally Situated Social Action." Written Communication 17 (2000): 93-138.
[RN16] Durack, Katherine T.. "Observations on Entrepreneurship, Instructional Texts, and Personal Interaction." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 33 (2003): 87-109.
[RN232] Dusenberry, Lisa, Liz Hutter, and Joy Robinson. "Filter. Remix. Make.: Cultivating Adaptability Through Multimodality." Journal of Technical Writing & Communication 45 (2015): 299-322.
[1130] Dyer, Rebecca. "Poetry of Politics and Mourning: Mahmoud Darwish’s Genre-Transforming Tribute to Edward W. Said." PMLA 122, no. 7 (2007): 1447-62.