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[863] Martin, J. R.. "Analysing Genre: Functional Parameters." In Genre and Institutions: Social Processes in the Workplace and the School, edited by Frances Christie and J. R. Martin, 3-39. London: Cassell, 1997.
[830] Kuypers, Jim A.. The art of rhetorical criticism. New York: Allyn and Bacon, 2004.
[882] Mittell, Jason. "Audiences Talking Genre: Television Talk Shows and Cultural Hierarchies." Journal of Popular Film and Television 31 (2003): 36-46.
[634] Benoit, William L.. "Beyond Genre Theory: The Genesis of Rhetorical Action." Communication Monographs 67 (2000): 178-192.
[694] Cope, Bill, Mary Kalantzis, Gunther Kress, and Jim Martin. "Bibliographic Essay: Developing the Theory and Practice of Genre-based Literacy." In The Powers of Literacy: A Genre Approach to Teaching Writing, edited by Bill Cope, Mary Kalantzis and Jean Ferguson Carr, 231-247. Pittsburgh Series in Composition, Literacy, and Culture. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, 1993.
[934] Schmidt, Jan. "Blogging Practices: An Analytical Framework." Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 12 (2007): 1409-1427.
[763] Geertz, Clifford. "Blurred Genres: The Refiguration of Social Thought." American Scholar 49 (1980): 165-179.
[902] Patton, John H.. "Causation and Creativity in Rhetorical Situations: Distinctions and Implications." Quarterly Journal of Speech 65 (1979): 36-55.
[697] Crossley, Scott. "A Chronotopic Approach to Genre Analysis: An Exploratory Study." English for Specific Purposes 26 (2007): 4-24.
[716] Doelman, James. "Circulation of the Late Elizabethan and Early Stuart Epigram." Renaissance and Reformation/Renaissance et Réforme 29 (2005): 59-73.
[654] Boyne, Roy. "Classification." Theory, Culture, & Society 23 (2006): 21-50.
[951] Siemens, Ray, and Susan Schreibman. A Companion to Digital Literary Studies. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2007.
[988] van Dijck, José. "Composing the Self: Of Diaries and Lifelogs." Fibreculture: Internet Theory, Criticism, Research (2004):
[676] Chandler-Olcott, Kelly, and Donna Mahar. "Considering Genre in the Digital Literacy Classroom." Reading Online 5 (2001):
[666] Campbell, Karlyn Kohrs, and Kathleen Hall Jamieson. Deeds Done in Words: Presidential Rhetoric and the Genres of Governance. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1990.
[1022] Zucchermaglio, Cristina, and Alessndra Talamo. "The Development of a Virtual Community of Practices Using Electronic Mail and Communicative Genres." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 17 (2003): 259-284.
[602] Askehave, Inger, and Anne Ellerup Nielsen. "Digital Genres: A Challenge to Traditional Genre Theory." Information, Technology & People 18 (2005): 120-141.
[1018] Yates, Simeon J., and Tamara R. Sumner. "Digital Genres and the New Burden of Fixity." In Thirtieth Annual Hawaii Conference on System Sciences, 3-12. IEEE Computer Society Press, 1997.
[1420] Miller, Carolyn R., and Ashley R. Kelly. "Discourse Genres." In Verbal Communication, edited by A. Rocci and L. de Saussure, 269-286. Handbooks of Communication Science. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2016.
[779] Hanks, William F.. "Discourse Genres in a Theory of Practice." American Ethnologist 14 (1987): 668-692.
[1227] Skageby, Jorgen. "Dismantling the guitar hero? A case of prodused parody and disarmed subversion." Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies 19, no. 1 (2013): 63-76.
[986] Toms, Elaine G., Grant D. Campbell, and Ruth Blades. "Does Genre Define the Shape of Information? The Role of Form and Function in User Interaction with Digital Documents." In 62nd ASIS Annual Meeting: Knowledge Creation, Organization, and Use, 693-704. Washington, DC: American Society for Information Science, 1999.
[1274] Davies, S R.. "Doing Dialogue: Genre and Flexibility in Public Engagement with Science." Science as Culture 18, no. 4 (2010): 397-416.