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[595] Apperley, Thomas H.. "Genre and Game Studies: Toward a Critical Approach to Video Game Genres." Simulation & Gaming 37 (2006): 6-23.
[1176] Martin, J.R.. "Genre and Language Learning: A Social Semiotic Perspective." Linguistics and Education 20, no. 1 (2009): 12p.
[839] Leff, Michael C.. "Genre and Paradigm in the Second Book of De Oratore." Southern Speech Communication Journal 51 (1986): 308-325.
[729] Fahnestock, Jeanne. "Genre and Rhetorical Craft." Research in the Teaching of English 27 (1993): 265-271.
[1424] Paltridge, Brian. "Genre and second language academic writing." Language Teaching 47 (2014): 303-318.
[933] Schliefer, Ronald, and Alan Velie. "Genre and Structure: Toward an Actantial Typology of Narrative Genres and Modes." MLN 102 (1987): 1122-1150.
[RN176] Eubanks, Philip. "Genre and Technical Translation: Social, Textual, and Educational Exigence." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 12 (1998): 50-70.
[912] Ravelli, Louise J.. "Genre and the Museum Exhibition." Linguistics and the Human Sciences 2 (2006): 299-317.
[1426] Paltridge, Brian. "Genre and the notion of prototype. ." Prospect 10, no. 3 (1995): 28-34.
[1248] Clark, Irene L.. "A genre approach to writing assignments." Composition Forum 14, no. 2 (2005).
[1335] Auken, Sune. "Genre as Fictional Action." Nordisk Tidsskrift for Informationsvidenskab og Kulturformidling 2, no. 3 (2014): 19-28.
[815] Kamberelis, George. "Genre as Institutionally Informed Social Practice." Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 6 (1995): 115-171.
[873] Miller, Carolyn R.. "Genre as Social Action." Quarterly Journal of Speech 70 (1984): 151-176.
[RN237] Miller, Carolyn R.. "Genre as Social Action." Quarterly Journal of Speech 70 (1984): 151-167.
[723] Dunmire, Patricia L.. "Genre as Temporally Situated Social Action." Written Communication 17 (2000): 93-138.
[1153] Clark, Irene L., and Andrea Hernandez. "Genre Awareness, Academic Argument, and Transferability." WAC Journal 22 (2011): 66-78.
[737] Fisher, Walter R.. "Genre: Concepts and Applications in Rhetorical Criticism." Western Journal of Speech Communication 44 (1980): 288-299.
[1744] Andersen, Thomas Hestbæk, and Theo Jacob van Leeuwen. "Genre crash: The case of online shopping." Discourse, Context & Media 20 (2017): 191-203.
[852] Lucas, Stephen E.. "Genre Criticism and Historical Context: The Case of George Washington's First Inaugural Address." Southern Speech Communication Journal 51 (1986): 354-370.
[963] Spinuzzi, Clay, and Mark Zachry. "Genre Ecologies: An Open-System Approach to Understanding and Constructing Documentation." ACM Journal of Computer Documentation 24 (2000): 169-181.
[RN255] Spinuzzi, Clay, and Mark Zachry. "Genre Ecologies: An Open-System Approach to Understanding and Constructing Documentation." ACM Journal of Computer Documentation 24 (2000): 169-181.
[1253] Paolillo, John C., and Jonathan Warren. "Genre Emergence in Amateur Flash." Genres on the Web: Computational Models and Empirical Studies 42 (2011): 277-302.
[616] Bawarshi, Anis S.. "The Genre Function." College English 62 (2000): 335-360.
[603] Askehave, Inger, and John M. Swales. "Genre Identification and Communicative Purpose: A Problem and a Possible Solution." Applied Linguistics 22 (2001): 195-212.
[1172] Collin, Ross. "Genre in Discourse, Discourse in Genre: A New Approach to the Study of Literate Practice." Journal of Literacy Research 44, no. 1 (2012).

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