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[979] Tardy, Christine M., and John M. Swales. "Form, Text Organization, Genre, Coherence, and Cohesion." In Handbook of Research on Writing: History, Society, School, Individual, Text, edited by Charles Bazerman, 565-581. New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2008.
[744] Fowler, Alastair. "The Formation of Genres in the Renaissance and After." New Literary History 34 (2003): 185-200.
[RN170] Popham, Susan L.. "Forms as Boundary Genres in Medicine, Science, and Business." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 19 (2005): 279-303.
[810] Journet, Debra. "Forms of Discourse and the Sciences of the Mind." Written Communication 7 (1990): 171-190.
[774] Greenblatt, Stephen. "The Forms of Power and the Power of Forms in the Renaissance." Genre: Forms of Discourse and Culture 15 (1982).
[962] Spinuzzi, Clay. "Four Ways to Investigate Assemblages of Texts: Genre Sets, Systems, Repertoires, and Ecologies." In 22nd Annual International Conference on Design of Communication: The Engineering of Quality Documentation, 110-116. Memphis, TN: Association for Computing Machinery, 2004.
[RN254] Spinuzzi, Clay. "Four Ways to Investigate Assemblages of Texts: Genre Sets, Systems, Repertoires, and Ecologies." In 22nd Annual International Conference on Design of Communication: The Engineering of Quality Documentation, 110-116. Memphis, TN: Association for Computing Machinery, 2004.
[768] Goffman, Erving. Frame Analysis: An Essay on the Organization of Experience. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1974.
[698] Crowston, Kevin, and Barbara H. Kwasnik. "A Framework for Creating a Facetted Classification for Genres: Addressing Issues of Multidimensionality." In 37th Hawaii International Conference on System Science, edited by Jr. Sprague, Ralph H., 100-108. Big Island, Hawaii: IEEE Computer Society Press, 2004.
[RN156] Grant, L.. "The Frequency and Function of Just in British and New Zealand Engineering Lectures." IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 56 (2013): 176-190.
[1002] Wells, Susan. "Freud's Rat Man and the Case Study: Genre in Three Keys." New Literary History 34 (2003): 353-366.
[908] Prior, Paul. "From Bakhtin to Mediated Multimodal Genre Systems." In 4th International Symposium on Genre Studies, edited by Adair Bonini, Débora de Darvalho Figueiredo and Fábio José Rauen, 277-286. Tubarão, Brazil: University of Southern Santa Catarina, 2007.
[1773] Fox, J.. "From diagnosis toward academic support: developing a disciplinary, ESP-based writing task and rubric to identify the needs of entering undergraduate engineering students." ESP Today 5, no. 2 (2017): 148-171.
[1219] Holland-Toll, Linda J.. "From Disturbance to Comfort Zone: Cross-Generic Strategies in Dean R. Koontz." The Journal of Popular Culture 37, no. 4 (2004): 662-682.
[RN28] Moore, Patrick. "From Monologue to Dialog to Chorus: The Place of Instrumental Discourse in English Studies and Technical Communication." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 36 (2006): 383-412.
[RN70] Artemeva, Natasha, Susan Logie, and Jennie St-Martin. "From page to stage: How theories of genre and situated learning help introduce engineering students to discipline-specific communication." Technical Communication Quarterly 8 (1999): 301-316.
[1308] Bach, Ulrich, and D. Stein. "From Private Writing to Public Oration: The Case of Puritan Wills. Cognitive Discourse Analysis Applied to the Study of Genre Change." In Cooperating with Written Texts: The Pragmatics and Comprehension of Written Texts, 417-436. Vol. 1. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 1992.
[1403] Bawarshi, Anis S., and Mary Jo Reiff. "From Research to Pedagogy: Multiple Approaches to Teaching Genre." In Genre: An Introduction to History, Theory, Research, and Pedagogy, 175-188. West Lafayette, IN: Parlor Press and WAC Clearinghouse, 2010.
[RN95] Quick, Catherine. "From the Workplace to Academia: Nontraditional Students and the Relevance of Workplace Experience in Technical Writing Pedagogy." Technical Communication Quarterly 21 (2012): 230-250.
[RN220] Jones, Scott L.. "From Writers to Information Coordinators: Technology and the Changing Face of Collaboration." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 19 (2005): 449-467.
[647] Bitzer, Lloyd F.. "Functional Communication: A Situational Perspective." In Rhetoric in Transition: Studies in the Nature and Uses of Rhetoric, edited by Eugene E. White, 21-38. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1980.
[1038] Shepherd, M., and C. Watters. The functionality attribute of cybergenres In 32nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Edited by Jr. Sprague, Ralph H.. Maui: IEEE Computer Society Press, 1999.
[RN242] Van Nostrand, A. D.. Fundable Knowledge: The Marketing of Defense Technology. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1997.
[1251] Fornäs, Johan. "The Future of Rock: Discourses That Struggle to Define a Genre." 14, no. 1 (1995): 111-125.
[869] Medway, Peter. "Fuzzy Genres and Community Identities: The Case of Architecture Students' Sketchbooks." In The Rhetoric and Ideology of Genre: Strategies for Stability and Change, edited by Richard Coe, Lorelei Lingard and Tatiana Teslenko, 123-153. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2002.

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