Using texts to manage continuity and change in an activity system / Dorothy Winsor -- Regularized practices: genres, improvisation, and identity formation in health-care professions / Catherine F. Schryer, Lorelei Lingard, and Marlee Spafford -- Who killed Rex? Tracing a message through three kinds of networks / Clay Spinuzzi -- The PowerPoint presentation and its corollaries: how genres shape communicative action in organizations / JoAnne Yates and Wanda Orlikowski -- Reason and rationalization: modes of argumentation among health-care professionals / Martin Ruef -- Writing and relationship in academic culture / Kenneth J. Gergen -- Shifting agency: agency, kairos, and the possibilities of social action / Carl G. Herndl and Adela C. Licona -- Rhetoric of empowerment: genre, activity, and the distribution of capital / David Clark -- Power as interactional accomplishment: an ethnomethodological perspective on the regulation of communicative practice in organizations / Barbara Schneider -- Discourse and regulation: critical text analysis in workplace studies / Brenton Faber -- The antenarrative turn in narrative studies / David M. Boje -- Hearing discourse / Robert P. Gephart, Jr.
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