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Swarts: Coherent Fragments

Swarts: Coherent Fragments 196

“my intent has been to show how mobility complicates genre-based discursive activity. Out of necessity, mobility erases or obscures the connections between fragments of information and a context in which they are used [...] Mobile devices complicate these distributed acts of composition because they uproot discursive activities from native contexts and supplant bounded, physical genre ecologies with comparatively boundless virtual ones. 23 more words

Context

Bauman: "The Evolution of Internet Genres"

Bauman: “The Evolution of Internet Genres” 276

“The Internet affords writing that is collaborative in an entirely new sense — it allows texts to be written without any one person or persons determining their shape. 63 more words

Time/Space

Bauman: "The Evolution of Internet Genres"

Bauman: “The Evolution of Internet Genres” 276

“If the conference Web site provides a forum for reader interaction, the construction of the text can continue as long as people have an interest in continuing it. 39 more words

Time/Space

Bauman: "The Evolution of Internet Genres"

Bauman: “The Evolution of Internet Genres” 275

“Web sites, may be — and often are — authored over a long period of time after they are first made public [...] Large and complex sites sometimes go through so many incremental revisions that it is probably more accurate to say they evolve” (Bauman 275). 34 more words

Genre Evolution

Bauman: "The Evolution of Internet Genres"

Bauman: “The Evolution of Internet Genres” 275

“With Internet texts, time constraints are reconfigured in a number of ways, but in general they are loosened; Internet texts allow for greater immediacy of exchange than has been possible before. 14 more words

Time/Space

Bauman: "The Evolution of Internet Genres"

Bauman: “The Evolution of Internet Genres” 273

“Internet texts always exist in multiple, ubiquitous copies; anyone with a browser (or a browser and password, perhaps) can access them. 28 more words

Time/Space

Berkenkotter & Huckin: "Rethinking Genre"

Berkenkotter & Huckin: “Rethinking Genre” 483

SCHOOL AS GENRE various examples through page 483: learn behaviors, use of time/space

Genre Knowledge