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[RN273] Dias, Patrick, Aviva Freedman, Peter Medway, and Anthony Paré. Worlds Apart : Acting and Writing in Academic and Workplace Contexts In Rhetoric, Knowledge, and Society. Mahwah, NJ: Routledge, 1999.
[1050] Swales, JM. "Worlds of genre—metaphors of genre." In Genre in a changing world, edited by C. Bazerman, A. Bonini and D. Figueiredo, 3-16. Fort Collins, CO: WAC Clearinghouse and Parlor Press, 2009.
[644] Bhatia, Vijay K.. Worlds of Written Discourse In Advances in Applied Linguistics, Edited by Christopher N. Candlin and Srikant Sarangi. London: Continuum, 2004.
[RN202] Amidon, Stevens, and Stuart Blythe. "Wrestling With Proteus: Tales of Communication Managers in a Changing Economy." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 22 (2008): 5-37.
[RN50] Hartley, James. "Writing an Introduction to the Introduction." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 39 (2009): 321-329.
[927] Russell, David R.. "Writing and Genre in Higher Education and Workplaces: A Review of Studies That Use Cultural-Historical Activity Theory." Mind, Culture, and Activity 4 (1997): 224-237.
[1156] Emig, Janet. "Writing As A Mode of Learning." College Composition and Communication 28, no. 2 (1977): 122-128.
[610] Bargiela-Chiappini, Francesca, and Catherine Nickerson. Writing Business: Genres, Media and Discourses In Language in Social Life. Harlow, UK: Pearson/Longman, 1999.
[RN73] Artemeva, Natasha. "The writing consultant as cultural interpreter: Bridging cultural perspectives on the genre of the periodic engineering report." Technical Communication Quarterly 7 (1998): 285-299.
[966] Steinitz, Rebecca. "Writing Diaries, Reading Diaries: The Mechanics of Memory." The Communication Review 2 (1997): 43-58.
[RN230] Spartz, John M., and Ryan P. Weber. "Writing Entrepreneurs: A Survey of Attitudes, Habits, Skills, and Genres." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 29 (2015): 428-455.
[775] Gregory, Judy. "Writing for the Web Versus Writing for Print: Are They Really So Different?" Technical Communication 51 (2004): 276-285.
[709] Devitt, Amy J.. Writing Genres In Rhetorical Philosophy and Theory, Edited by David Blakesley. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2004.
[RN258] Kynell-Hunt, Teresa. Writing in a Milieu of Utility: The Move to Technical Communication in American Engineering Programs, 1850–1950. 2nd ed. Stamford, CT: Ablex, 2000.
[898] Palmquist, Mike. "Writing in Emerging Genres: Student Web Sites in Writing and Writing-Intensive Classes." In Genre across the Curriculum, edited by Anne Herrington and Charles Moran, 219-244. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, 2005.
[1155] Russell, David. "Writing in Multiple Contexts: Vygotskian CHAT Meets the Phenomenology of Genre." In Traditions of Writing Research, 353-364., 2010.
[RN274] Beaufort, Anne. Writing in the Real World: Making the Transition from School to Work. New York: Teachers College Press, 1999.
[1009] Winsor, Dorothy A.. Writing Power: Communication in an Engineering Center. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2003.
[RN150] Anthony, L. "Writing research article introductions in software engineering: how accurate is a standard model." IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 42 (1999): 38-46.
[598] Artemeva, Natalia, and Janna Fox. "The Writing’s on the Board: The Global and the Local in Teaching Undergraduate Mathematics Through Chalk Talk." Written Communication 28 (2011): 345-379.
[629] Bazerman, Charles, and David Russell. Writing Selves/Writing Societies: Research from Activity Perspectives. Fort Collins, CO: The WAC Clearinghouse and Mind, Culture, and Activity, 2003.
[652] Bolter, Jay David. Writing Space: Computers, Hypertext, and the Remediation of Print. Mahway, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2001.
[671] Carter, Michael, Miriam Ferzli, and Eric N. Wiebe. "Writing to Learn by Learning to Write in the Disciplines." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 21 (2007): 278-302.
[RN186] Carter, Miriam Ferzli Mic, and Eric N. Wiebe. "Writing to Learn by Learning to Write in the Disciplines." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 21 (2007): 278-302.
[1120] Clark, Malcolm. "You have e-mail, what happens next? Tracking the eyes for genre." Information Processing & Management 50, no. 1 (2014): 175-198.