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[749] Freedman, Aviva. "Situating Genre: A Rejoinder." Research in the Teaching of English 27 (1993): 272-281.
[1713] Grafton, Kathryn. "Situating the Public Social Actions of Blog Posts ." In Genres in the Internet: Issues in the Theory of Genre, 85-111. Janet Giltrow and Dieter Stein, eds ed. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2009.
[657] Brinton, Alan. "Situation in the Theory of Rhetoric." Philosophy and Rhetoric 14 (1981): 234-247.
[785] Hauptmeier, Halmut. "Sketches of Theories of Genre." Poetics 16 (1987): 397-430.
[1145] Hall, Alice. "The Social Implications of Enjoyment of Different Types of Music, Movies, and Television Programming." Western Journal of Communication 71, no. 4 (2007): 271.
[726] Erickson, Thomas. Social Interaction on the Net: Virtual Community as Participatory Genre In Thirtieth Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Science. IEEE Computer Society Press, 1997.
[1161] Lomborg, Stine. "Social Media as Communicative Genres." MedieKultur: Journal of Media and Communication Research 27, no. 51 (2011): 55-71.
[1405] Macken-Horarik, M.. "Something to Shoot For: A Systemic Functional Approach to Teaching Genre in Secondary School Science." In Genre in the Classroom: Multiple Perspectives, edited by Ann Johns, 17-42. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2002.
[1099] Jasinski, J.. "Sourcebook on Rhetoric: Key Concepts in Contemporary Rhetorical Studies." In Sourcebook on Rhetoric: Key Concepts in Contemporary Rhetorical Studies, 268-277. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, 2001.
[876] Miller, Carolyn R., and Jack Selzer. "Special Topics of Argument in Engineering Reports." In Writing in Nonacademic Settings, edited by Lee Odell and Dixie Goswami, 309-341. New York: Guilford Press, 1985.
[615] Bauman, Richard. "Speech Genres in Cultural Practice." In Encyclopedia of Language & Linguistics, edited by Keith Brown, 745-758. Vol. 11. Oxford: Elsevier, 2006.
[1404] Levasseur, David G., Kevin W. Dean, and Julie Pfaff. "Speech Pedagogy Beyond the Basics: A Study of Instructional Methods in the Advanced Public Speaking Course." Communication Education 53, no. 4 (2004): 234-252.
[RN66] Schuster, Mary Lay, Ann La Bree Russell, Dianne M. Bartels, and Holli Kelly-Trombley. "'Standing in Terri Schiavo's Shoes': The Role of Genre in End-of-Life Decision Making." Technical Communication Quarterly 22 (2013): 195-218.
[RN51] Zemliansky, Pavel, and Kirk St. Aman. "The State of Technical Communication in the Former USSR: A Review of Literature." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 43 (2013): 237-260.
[1435] M. Brady, Ann, and Joanna Schreiber. Static to Dynamic: Professional Identity as Inventory, Invention, and Performance in Classrooms and Workplaces In Technical Communication Quarterly. Vol. 22., 2013.
[RN83] M. Brady, Ann, and Joanna Schreiber. "Static to Dynamic: Professional Identity as Inventory, Invention, and Performance in Classrooms and Workplaces." Technical Communication Quarterly 22 (2013): 343-362.
[RN248] Graham, Scott S., Sang-Yeon Kim, Danielle M. DeVasto, and William Keith. "Statistical Genre Analysis: Toward Big Data Methodologies in Technical Communication." Technical Communication Quarterly 24 (2015): 70-104.
[RN61] Graham, Scott S., Sang-Yeon Kim, Danielle M. DeVasto, and William Keith. "Statistical Genre Analysis: Toward Big Data Methodologies in Technical Communication." Technical Communication Quarterly 24 (2015): 70-104.
[780] Hariman, Robert. "Status, Marginality, and Rhetorical Theory." Quarterly Journal of Speech 72 (1986): 38-54.
[889] Myers, Greg. "Stories and Styles in Two Molecular Biology Review Articles." In Textual Dynamics of the Professions: Historical and Contemporary Studies of Writing in Professional Communities, edited by Charles Bazerman and James Paradis, 45-75. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1991.
[RN259] Artemeva, Natalia. "Stories of Becoming: A Study of Novice Engineers Learning Genres of Their Profession." In Genre in a Changing World, edited by Charles Bazerman, Adair Bonini and Débora Figueiredo, 158-178. Fort Collins, CO: WAC Clearinghouse and Parlor Press, 2009.
[1162] Williams, Bronwyn. "A Story of One's Own: Social Constructions of Genre Online." In Shimmering Literacies: Popular Culture and Reading and Writing Online, 121-154. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2009.
[RN199] Smart, Graham. "Storytelling in a Central Bank: The Role of Narrative in the Creation and Use of Specialized Economic Knowledge." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 13 (1999): 249-273.
[1258] McCarthy, Lucille P.. "A stranger in strange lands: A college student writing across the curriculum." Research in the Teaching of English 21, no. 3 (1987): 233-265.
[RN90] Popham, Susan L., and Sage Lambert Graham. "A Structural Analysis of Coherence in Electronic Charts in Juvenile Mental Health." Technical Communication Quarterly 17 (2008): 149-172.

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