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[1305] Rajan, Tilottama. "Theories of Genre." In The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism, 226-249. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000.
[RN97] Ranney, Frances J.. "Beyond Foucault: Toward a user-centered approach to sexual harassment policy." Technical Communication Quarterly 9 (2000): 9/28/2015.
[911] Raum, Richard D., and James S. Measell. "Wallace and His Ways: A Study of the Rhetorical Genre of Polarization." Central States Speech Journal 25 (1974): 28-35.
[912] Ravelli, Louise J.. "Genre and the Museum Exhibition." Linguistics and the Human Sciences 2 (2006): 299-317.
[RN100] Rawlins, Jacob D., and Gregory D. Wilson. "Agency and Interactive Data Displays: Internet Graphics as Co-Created Rhetorical Spaces." Technical Communication Quarterly 23 (2014): 303-322.
[1128] Ray, Brian. "More than Just Remixing: Uptake and New Media Composition." Computers and Composition 30, no. 3 (2013): 183-196.
[1134] Ray, Brian. "More than Just Remixing: Uptake and New Media Composition." Computers and Composition 30, no. 3 (2013): 183-196.
[1131] Ray, Brian. "More than Just Remixing: Uptake and New Media Composition." Computers and Composition 30, no. 3 (2013): 183-196.
[RN101] Read, Sarah. "The Mundane, Power, and Symmetry: A Reading of the Field with Dorothy Winsor and the Tradition of Ethnographic Research." Technical Communication Quarterly 20 (2011): 353-383.
[RN123] Read, Sarah, and Jason Swarts. "Visualizing and Tracing: Research Methodologies for the Study of Networked, Sociotechnical Activity, Otherwise Known as Knowledge Work." Technical Communication Quarterly 24 (2015): 14-44.
[913] Rehm, Georg. "Towards Automatic Web Genre Identification." In 35th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 1143-1152., 2002.
[1196] Reid, Ian. The Place of Genre in Learning: Current Debates. Deakin University: Centre for Studies in Literary Education, 1987.
[1221] Reiff, Mary Jo. "Mediating Materiality and Discursivity: Critical Ethnography as Meta-Generic Learning." In Ethnography Unbound: From Theory Shock to Critical Praxis, edited by Stephen G. Brown and Sidney I. Dobrin, 35-51. New York: SUNY P, 2004.
[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.
[1297] Rentfrow, Peter J., and Samuel D. Gosling. "The content and validity of music-genre stereotypes among college students." Psychology of Music 35, no. 2 (2007): 306-326.
[RN216] Rice, Jeff. "Networked Exchanges, Identity, Writing." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 23 (2009): 294-317.
[RN48] Riggle, Keith B.. "Using the Active and Passive Voice Appropriately in On-the-job Writing." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 28 (1998): 85-117.
[1228] Robinson, Lewis. "Family: A Study in Genre Adaptation." The Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs, no. 12 (1984): 35-57.
[915] Rodgers, Raymond S.. "Generic Tendencies in Majority and Non-Majority Supreme Court Opinions: The Case of Justice Douglas." Communiction Quarterly 30 (1982): 232-236.
[916] Romano, Dennis. "Commentary: Why Opera? The Politics of an Emerging Genre." Journal of Interdisciplinary History 36 (2006): 401-409.
[917] Rorty, Richard. "The Historiography of Philosophy: Four Genres." In Philosophy in History: Essays on the Historiography of Philosophy, edited by Richard Rorty, J. B. Schneewind and Quentin Skinner, 49-75. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1984.
[918] Rosand, Ellen. Opera in Seventeenth-Century Venice: The Creation of a Genre. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1991.
[919] Rose, Brian. "TV Genres Re-Reviewed." Journal of Popular Film and Television 31 (2003): 2-4.
[920] Rosen, Jay. Bloggers vs. Journalists Is Over. Vol. 2006. PressThink, 2005.
[921] Rosmarin, Adena. The Power of Genre. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 1985.