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[1142] Dillon, Brian. "Energy and Rue." Frieze 151 (2012).
[1751] Guinda, Carmen Sancho. Engagement in Professional Genres In Pragmatics & Beyond New Series. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2019.
[771] Grafton, Kathryn, and Elizabeth Maurer. "Engaging with and Arranging for Publics in Blog Genres." Linguistics and the Human Sciences 3 (2007): 47-66.
[1245] Cardullo, R.J. "Engendering genre: what creates a new genre, particularly in so relatively young an artistic form as film? The same thing that creates a new genre in other art forms--a combination of social perception and aesthetic revision, or social change and." CineAction, no. 86 (2012).
[872] Miller, Carolyn R.. Environmental Impact Statements and Rhetorical Genres: An Application of Rhetorical Theory to Technical Communication. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1980.
[1285] Rude, Carolyn D.. "Environmental Policy Making and the Report Genre." Technical Communication Quarterly 6, no. 1 (1997): 77-99.
[RN71] Rude, Carolyn D.. "Environmental Policy Making and the Report Genre." Technical Communication Quarterly 6 (1997): 77-90.
[971] Sullivan, Dale. "The Epideictic Character of Rhetorical Criticism." Rhetoric Review 11 (1993): 339-349.
[969] Sullivan, Dale. "The Epideictic Rhetoric of Science." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 5 (1991): 229-245.
[1127] Woodman, Brian J.. ""Escaping Genre's Village: Fluidity and Genre Mixing in Television's the Prisoner."." Journal of Popular Culture 38, no. 5 (2005): 956.
[RN205] Ward, Sr., Mark. "The Ethic of Exigence: Information Design, Postmodern Ethics, and the Holocaust." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 24 (2010): 60-90.
[611] Basso, Keith. "The ethnography of writing." In Explorations in the ethnography of speaking, edited by Richard Bauman and Joel Sherzer, 425-432. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1974.
[RN215] Mara, Andrew. "Ethos as Market Maker: The Creative Role of Technical Marketing Communication in an Aviation Start-Up." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 22 (2008): 429-453.
[970] Sullivan, Dale. "The Ethos of Epideictic Encounter." Philosophy and Rhetoric 26 (1993): 113-133.
[703] Dayton, David. "Evaluating Environmental Impact Statements as Communicative Action." Journal of Technical and Business Communication 16 (2002): 355-405.
[RN203] Dayton, David. "Evaluating Environmental Impact Statements as Communicative Action." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 16 (2002): 355-405.
[1187] McDonald, Glenn. Every Noise at Once., 2013.
[950] Shepherd, Michael, and Carolyn Watters. The Evolution of Cybergenres In 31st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Edited by Jr. Sprague, Ralph H.. Maui: IEEE Computer Society Press, 1998.
[679] Clark, Malcolm, Ian Ruthven, and Patrik O'Brian Holt. "The Evolution of Genre in Wikipedia." Journal for Language Technology and Computational Linguistics 24 (2009): 1-22.
[613] Bauman, Marcy Lassota. "The Evolution of Internet Genres." Computers and Composition 16 (1999): 269-282.
[RN233] Brumberger, Eva, and Claire Lauer. "The Evolution of Technical Communication: An Analysis of Industry Job Postings." Technical Communication 62 (2015): 224-243.
[RN96] Munger, Roger. "Evolution of the emergency medical services profession: A case study of EMS run reports." Technical Communication Quarterly 9 (2000): 329-346.
[718] Downey, Sharon D.. "The Evolution of the Rhetorical Genre of Apologia." Western Journal of Communication 57 (1993): 42-64.
[929] Ryan, Terry, Richard H. G. Field, and Lorne Olfman. "The Evolution of U.S. State Government Home Pages from 1997 to 2002." International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 59 (2003): 403-430.
[605] Ayers, Gael. "The Evolutionary Nature of Genre: An Investigation of the Short Texts Accompanying Research Articles in the Scientific Journal Nature." English for Specific Purposes 27 (2008): 22-41.

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