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[914] Reiff, Mary Jo, and Anis Bawarshi. "Tracing Discursive Resources: How Students Use Prior Genre Knowledge to Negotiate New Writing Contexts in First-Year Composition." Written Communication 28 (2011): 312-337.
[961] Spinuzzi, Clay. Tracing Genres through Organizations: A Sociocultural Approach to Information In Acting with Technology, Edited by Bonnie Nardi, Viktor Kaptelinin and Kirsten Foot. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2003.
[RN244] Spinuzzi, Clay. Tracing Genres through Organizations: A Sociocultural Approach to Information In Acting with Technology. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2003.
[RN45] Williams, Miriam F.. "Tracing W. E. B. DuBois' 'Color Line' in Government Regulations." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 36 (2006): 141-165.
[728] Everett, Anna. "Trading Private and Public Spaces @ HGTV and TLC: On New Genre Formations in Transformation TV." Journal of Visual Culture 3 (2004): 157-181.
[808] Jerz, Dennis G.. On the Trail of the Memex: Vannevar Bush, Weblogs and the Google Galaxy. Vol. 2003., 2003.
[RN181] Brent, Doug. "Transfer, Transformation, and Rhetorical Knowledge: Insights From Transfer Theory." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 25 (2011): 396-420.
[857] Lyon, J.. "Transforming Manifestoes: A Second Wave Problematic." Yale Journal of Criticism 5 (1991): 101-127.
[1200] Freadman, A. "The Traps and Trappings of Genre Theory." Applied Linguistics 33, no. 5 (2012): 544-563.
[683] Cohen, Margaret. "Traveling Genres." New Literary History 34 (2003): 481-499.
[RN94] Sun, Huatong. "The Triumph of Users: Achieving Cultural Usability Goals With User Localization." Technical Communication Quarterly 15 (2006): 457-481.
[818] Kelley-Romano, Stephanie. "Trust No One: The Conspiracy Genre on American Television." Southern Communication Journal 73 (2008): 105-121.
[919] Rose, Brian. "TV Genres Re-Reviewed." Journal of Popular Film and Television 31 (2003): 2-4.
[1290] Leitch, Thomas. "Twice-Told Tales: The Rhetoric of the Remake." Literature Film Quarterly 18, no. 3 (1990): 138-149.
[983] Todorov, Tzvetan. "The Typology of Detective Fiction." In The Poetics of Prose, 42-52. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1977.
[909] Propen, Amy D., and Mary Lay Schuster. "Understanding Genre through the Lens of Advocacy: The Rhetorical Work of the Victim Impact Statement." Written Communication 27 (2010): 3-35.
[1218] Williams, Rebecca. "Unlocking The Vampire Diaries." Gothic Studies 15, no. 1 (2013): 88-99.
[RN167] Converse, Caren Wakerman. "Unpoetic Justice: Ideology and the Individual in the Genre of the Presentence Investigation." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 26 (2012): 442-478.
[715] Ding, Yao. Untitled., Submitted.
[746] Freadman, Anne. "Untitled: (On Genre)." Cultural Studies 2 (1988): 67-99.
[1033] Freadman, Anne. "Uptake." In The Rhetoric and Ideology of Genre: Strategies for Stability and Change, edited by Richard M. Coe, Lorelei Lingard and Tatiana Teslenko, 39-53. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2002.
[1103] Thieme, Katja. "Uptake and genre: The Canadian reception of suffrage militancy." Women's Studies International Forum 29 (2006): 288.
[1053] Emmons, K.. "Uptake and the biomedical subject." In Genre in a changing world, edited by C. Bazerman, 134-157. Lafayette, IN: Parlor Press, 2009.
[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.
[956] Skulstad, Aud Solbjørd. "The Use of Metadiscourse in Introductory Sections of a New Genre." International Journal of Applied Linguistics 15 (2005): 71-86.