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Book
[1197] Perelman, C. H., and L. Olbrechts-Tyteca. The new rhetoric: A treatise on argumentation. South Bend: University of Notre Dame Press, 1969.
Book Chapter
[1222] Peters, Brad. "Genre, Antigenre, and Reinventing the Forms of Conceptualization." In Genre and Writing: Issues, Arguments, Alternatives, edited by Wendy Bishop and Hans Ostrom, 199-214. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 1997.
[1015] Yates, JoAnne, and Wanda Orlikowski. "The PowerPoint Presentation and Its Corollaries: How Genres Shape Communicative Action in Organizations." In Communicative Practices in Workplaces and the Professions: Cultural Perspectives on the Regulation of Discourse and Organizations, edited by Mark Zachry and Charlotte Thralls, 67-91. Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Company, 2007.
[896] Osborn, Michael. "Rhetorical Depiction." In Form, Genre, and the Study of Political Discourse, edited by Herbert W. Simons, 79-107. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 1986.
[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.
[1036] Mirtz, Ruth. "The Territorial Demands of Form and Process: The Case for Student Writing as a Genre." In Genre and Writing: Issues, Arguments, Alternatives, edited by Wendy Bishop and Hans Ostrom, 190-198. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 1994.
Conference Paper
[1017] Yates, JoAnne, Wanda J. Orlikowski, and Julie Rennecker. "Collaborative Genres for Collaboration: Genre Systems in Digital Media." In Thirtieth Annual Hawaii Conference on System Sciences, 50-59. IEEE Computer Society Press, 1997.
Journal Article
[RN37] Olsen, Leslie A.. "Computer-Based Writing and Communication: Some Implications for Technical Communication Activities." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 19 (1989): 97-118.
[RN25] Orbel, Brenda. "The DoD Tailhook Report: Unanswered Questions." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 25 (1995): 201-213.
[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.
[1016] Yates, JoAnne, Wanda J. Orlikowski, and Kazuo Okamura. "Explicit and Implicit Structuring of Genres in Electronic Communication: Reinforcement and Change of Social Interaction." Organization Science 10 (1999): 83-103.
[1016] Yates, JoAnne, Wanda J. Orlikowski, and Kazuo Okamura. "Explicit and Implicit Structuring of Genres in Electronic Communication: Reinforcement and Change of Social Interaction." Organization Science 10 (1999): 83-103.
[RN134] Orr, T. "Genre in the field of computer science and computer engineering." IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 42 (1999): 32-37.
[895] Orlikowski, Wanda J., and JoAnne Yates. "Genre Repertoire: The Structuring of Communicative Practices in Organizations." Administrative Science Quarterly 39 (1994): 541-574.
[RN253] Orlikowski, Wanda J., and JoAnne Yates. "Genre Repertoire: The Structuring of Communicative Practices in Organizations." Administrative Science Quarterly 39 (1994): 541-574.
[RN251] Yates, JoAnne, and Wanda Orlikowski. "Genre systems: Structuring interaction through communicative norms." Journal of Business Communication 39 (2002): 13-35.
[1014] Yates, JoAnne, and Wanda Orlikowski. "Genre systems: Structuring interaction through communicative norms." Journal of Business Communication 39 (2002): 13-35.
[897] Owen, Stephen. "Genres in Motion." Publications of the Modern Language Association 122 (2007): 1389-1393.
[1013] Yates, JoAnne, and Wanda Orlikowski. "Genres of Organizational Communication: A Structurational Approach to Studying Communication and Media." Academy of Management Review 17 (1992): 299-326.
[1344] Wolfe, Joanna. "Knowing what we know about writing in the disciplines: An approach to teaching transfer in first-year composition." The WAC Journal 25 (2014).
[RN135] Shaw, P., and A Okamura. "The letter of submission: avoiding the promotional genre." IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 41 (1998): 274-276.
[893] Ochs, Elinor, and Lisa Capps. "Narrating the Self." Annual Reviews of Anthropology 25 (1996): 19-43.
[894] Orgel, Stephen. "Shakespeare and the Kinds of Drama." Critical Inquiry 6 (1979): 107-123.
[800] Im, Hyun-Gyung, JoAnne Yates, and Wanda Orlikowski. "Temporal Coordination through Communication: Using Genres in a Virtual Start-up Organization." Information, Technology & People 18 (2005): 89-119.
Miscellaneous
[645] Bishop, Wendy, and Hans Ostrom. Genre and Writing: Issues, Arguments, Alternatives. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook Heinemann, 1997.