Below, I list selected publications representative of the several focuses my research has taken, starting with earliest and then ending with most recent. (Please see the Research link for a description of those focuses.)

Some publications on Accommodation Theory, identity, and expertise:

Zuengler, J. 1987. "Effects of 'Expertise' in Interactions Between Native and Non-Native Speakers." Language & Communication 7(2):123-37.

Zuengler, J. 1988. "Identity Markers and L2 Pronunciation." Studies in Second Language Acquisition 10(1)33-50.

Zuengler, J. 1989. "Performance Variation in NS-NNS Interactions: Ethnolinguistic Difference, or Discourse Domain?" In S. Gass, C. Madden, D. Preston, and L. Selinker (eds.), Variation in Second Language Acquisition: Discourse and Pragmatics. Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters.

Zuengler, J. 1989. "Identity and IL Development and Use." Applied Linguistics 10(1):80-96.

Zuengler, J. 1989. "Assessing an Interaction-Based Paradigm: How Accommodative Should We Be?" In M. R. Eisenstein (ed.), The Dynamic Interlanguage: Empirical Studies in Second Language Variation. NY: Plenum.

Dowd, J., Zuengler, J., and D. Berkowitz. 1990. "L2 Social Marking: Research Issues." Applied Linguistics 10(1):16-29.

Zuengler, J., and Bent, B. 1991. "Relative Knowledge of Content Domain: An Influence on Native-Nonnative Conversations." Applied Linguistics 12(4):397-415.

Zuengler, J. 1992. "Accommodation in Native-Nonnative Interactions: Going Beyond the 'What' to the 'Why' in Second Language Research." In H.Giles, N. Coupland, and J. Coupland (eds.), The Context of Accommodation: Developments in Applied Sociolinguistics. Cambridge University Press.

Zuengler, J. 1993. "Encouraging Learners' Conversational Participation: The Effect of Content Knowledge." Language Learning 43:403-432.

Zuengler, J. 1993. "Explaining NNS Interactional Behavior: The Effect of Conversational Topic." In G. Kasper and S. Blum-Kulka (eds.), Interlanguage Pragmatics. Oxford University Press.

Some publications on a nonnative variety of English: English in Kenya:

Zuengler, J. 1982. "Kenyan English." In B. B. Kachru (ed.), The Other Tongue: English Across Cultures, 112-23. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Zuengler, J. 1985. "English, Swahili, or Other Languages? The Relationship of Educational Development Goals to Language of Instruction in Kenya and Tanzania." In N.Wolfson and J. Manes (eds.), Language of Inequality, 241-54. The Hague: Mouton.

Some publications of my current focus on classroom discourse and classroom discourse research methodology:

Zuengler, J., Ford, C., and C. Fassnacht. 1998. “The Analyst’s Eyes: Data Collection as Theory.” CELA Technical Report. SUNY, Albany: Center for English Learning and Achievement.

Zuengler, J., and J. Mori. (Eds.). 2002. “Microanalyses of Classroom Discourse: A Critical Consideration of Method.” Special issue of Applied Linguistics, 23(3).

Cole, K., and J. Zuengler. 2003. “Engaging in an Authentic Science Project: Appropriating, Resisting, and Denying ‘Scientific’ Identities.” In R. Bayley & S. Schecter (Eds.), Language Socialization in Bilingual and Multilingual Societies. Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters.

Harklau, L, and J. Zuengler. (Eds.). 2003. “Popular Culture and Classroom Language Learning.” Special issue of Linguistics and Education, 14(3-4).

Zuengler, J. 2003. “Jackie Chan Drinks Mountain Dew: Constructing Cultural Models of Citizenship.” In L. Harklau and J. Zuengler (Eds.), Special Issue on “Popular Culture and Classroom Language Learning,” Linguistics and Education, 14(3-4):277-304.  (copy available in pdf)

J. Zuengler and K. Cole. In press. “Language Socialization and L2 Learning.” In E. Hinkel (Ed.), Handbook of Research in Second Language Learning and Teaching. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

K. Cole and J. Zuengler (Eds.) Forthcoming. Research Processes in Classroom Discourse Analysis: Current Perspectives. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.