Course Bibliography

North Carolina State University Library Course reserve

Bazerman, C., & Russell, D. R. (Eds.). (2003). Writing selves, writing societies : research from activity perspectives. Fort Collins, CO: WAC Clearinghouse.

Cooper, M. M. (1986). The Ecology of Writing. College English, 48(4), 364–375. Retrieved from

Dragga, S., & Voss, D. (2001). Cruel Pies: The Inhumanity of Technical Illustrations. Technical Communication, 48(3), 265–274. Retrieved from

Faber, B. (2002). Professional Identities. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 16(3), 306 –337. doi:10.1177/105065190201600303

Faigley, L. (1985). Nonacademic writing: the social perspective. InWriting in Nonacademic Settings (p. 553). New York: Guilford Press.

Freed, R. C., & Broadhead, G. J. (1987). Discourse Communities, Sacred Texts, and Institutional Norms. College Composition and Communication, 38(2), 154–165. doi: 10.2307/357716

Freedman, A. (1996). ReACTivating Genre: ReGENERating Discourse Theory, Research, and Pedagogy (pp. 1–27). Presented at the Key-Note Address presented at the European Writing Conferences, Barcelona, Spain.

Geisler, C., Bazerman, C., Doheny-Farina, S., Gurak, L., & al, et. (2001). IText: Future directions for research on the relationship between information technology and writing. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 15(3), 269. Retrieved from

Graham, S. S. (2009). Agency and the Rhetoric of Medicine: Biomedical Brain Scans and the Ontology of Fibromyalgia. Technical Communication Quarterly, 18(4), 376–404. doi:10.1080/10572250903149555

Jablonski, J. (2005). Seeing Technical Communication from a Career Perspective: The Implications of Career Theory for Technical Communication theory, Practice, and Curriculum Design. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 19(1), 5–41. doi:10.1177/1050651904269391

Katz, S. B. (1992). The Ethic of Expediency: Classical Rhetoric, Technology, and the Holocaust. College English, 54(3), 255–275. doi:10.2307/378062

Kim, L., Young, A. J., Neimeyer, R. A., Baker, J. N., & Barfield, R. C. (2008). Keeping Users at the Center: Developing a Multimedia Interface for Informed Consent. Technical Communication Quarterly,17(3), 335–357. doi:10.1080/10572250802100451

Miller, C. R. (2007). What Can Automation Tell Us About Agency?Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 37(2), 137–157. doi:10.1080/02773940601021197

Ornatowski, C. M., & Bekins, L. K. (2004). What’s Civic About Technical Communication? Technical Communication and the Rhetoric of Community. Technical Communication Quarterly, 13(3), 251–269. doi:10.1207/s15427625tcq1303_2

Pimentel, C., & Balzhiser, D. (2012). The Double Occupancy of Hispanics Counting Race and Ethnicity in the U.S. Census. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 26(3), 311–339. doi:10.1177/1050651912439696

Schryer, C. F., Lingard, L., Spafford, M., & Garwood, K. (2003). Structure and Agency in Medical Case Presentations. In C. Bazerman & D. R. Russell (Eds.), Writing selves, writing societies : research from activity perspectives. Fort Collins, CO: WAC Clearinghouse.

Schryer, C. F., & Spoel, P. (2005). Genre Theory, Health-Care Discourse, and Professional Identity Formation. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 19(3), 249 –278. doi:10.1177/1050651905275625

Spinuzzi, C. (2013). Topsight: A Guide to Studying, Diagnosing, and Fixing Information Flow in Organizations. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.

Spinuzzi, C., & Zachry, M. (2000). Genre ecologies: an open-system approach to understanding and constructing documentation. ACM J. Comput. Doc., 24(3), 169–181. doi:10.1145/344599.344646

Spoel, P. (2008). Communicating Values, Valuing Community through Health-Care Websites: Midwifery’s Online Ethos and Public Communication in Ontario. Technical Communication Quarterly,17(3), 264–288. doi:10.1080/10572250802100360

Suchman, L. (1995). Making Work Visible. Commun. ACM, 38(9), 56–ff. doi:10.1145/223248.223263

Sullivan, P., & Porter, J. E. (1997). Opening Spaces: Writing Technologies and Critical Research Practices. Greenwich, Conn: Ablex Pub. Corp.

Sun, H. (2012). Cross-Cultural Technology Design: Creating Culture-Sensitive Technology for Local Users (1st ed.). Oxford University Press, USA.

Teston, C. B. (2009). A Grounded Investigation of Genred Guidelines in Cancer Care Deliberations. Written Communication, 26(3), 320–348. doi:10.1177/0741088309336937

Yates, J. (1993). Control through Communication: The Rise of System in American Management. The Johns Hopkins University Press.