先 生の研究
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RESEARCH INTERESTS
PUBLICATIONS

Zimmerman, E. (2015). “Conversations about Culture: How Korean and Japanese cultural products, practices and perspectives are discussed to co-construct cultural understanding in talk.” Learning Culture and Social Interaction. 5, 28-39. Abstract

Zimmerman, E. (2012). “Japanese perceptions of Korean culture: Conversation Analysis of Japanese and Korean participants’ interactions in Japanese” In The 14th Annual International Conference of the Japanese Society for Language Sciences Handbook. 33-36.

Zimmerman, E. (2011). “Talk about language use: I know a little about your language” In Benson, P. and H. Reinders (Eds). Beyond the Language Classroom (pp. 88-105) Palgrave Macmillan.

Zimmerman, E. (2011). “Discovering the co-construction of family and family practices using conversation analysis: A case of a Korean user of Japanese in a host family setting.” In Arita, S., Butler, Y., Hauser, E., Horie, K., Mazuka, R., Shirai, Y., Tsubakita, Jessika (Eds). Studies in Language Sciences 10: Papers from the Tenth Annual Conference of the Japanese Society for Language Sciences. 10, 153-168.

Paik, C.M., Anzai, S., &  Zimmerman, E. (2011). “Examining College Students' Culture Learning before and after Summer Study Abroad in Japan.” Educational Resources Information Center 

Zimmerman, E. (2011). “Discovering Self Preferences and Interculturality: Japanese Host and Korean learners of Japanese in Dinnertime Conversations.” In Watzke, J. Miller, P and Mantero, M (Eds). ISLS Readings in Language Studies, Volume 2:  Language and Power, 2, 309-331.

Zimmerman, E. (2010). ““You are not lucky”: Identity Construction in Narratives of a Korean User of Japanese.” In the proceedings of the 24th Japanese Language Teachers’ Association of the Northeast Region of the United States (JLTANE)

Zimmerman, E. (2010).  “Narrating about experiences in Japan: Constructing student identity through membership categorizations in talk by Korean users of Japanese.”  In the proceedings of Southeastern Association of Teachers of Japanese (SEATJ).

Zimmerman, E. (2009). “Crafting multilingual and intercultural identities in talk: I know a little about your language.” In Current Issues in Unity and Diversity of anguages: Collection of the papers selected from the Eighteenth International Congress for Linguists (CIL).

Anzai, S., Dobberfuhl, P., Matsuzawa, C., and Zimmerman, E. (2008). “Students’ Cultural Knowledge and Attitudes Before and After Studying Abroad: Engineering Majors in  Japan.” 2008 Culture and Languages Across the Curriculum at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 

Zimmerman, E. (2007). Constructing Korean and Japanese interculturality in talk: Ethnic membership categorization among users of Japanese. In Special topic issue for Pragmatics: A Quarterly Journal of the International Pragmatic Association, 17 (1), 71-94

Zimmerman, E., (2007). Doing otherness: Identity and conversation analysis. In Sirai, H. (Ed). Studies in Language Sciences (6): Papers from the Sixth Annual Conference of the Japanese Society for Language Sciences, 293-308.

Komori, S., Yonezawa, S., and Zimmerman, E. (2007). Visual input facilitates acquisition in voice CMC: a Korean case study. Journal of the College of Humanities, Chubu University, Japan, 17, 83-108.

Zimmerman, E., (2004). What’s in a name? Revealing social identity. In C. Dijkum, J. Blasius, & C. Durand (Eds.) Recent Developments and Applications in Social Research Methodology: Proceedings of the RC33 Sixth International Conference on Social Science Methodology, Amsterdam: Barbara Budrich Publishers, CD-Rom.

Komori, S., & Zimmerman, E., (2001). A critique of web-based kanji learning programs for autonomous learners: Suggestions for improvement of WWKanji. CALL, 14(1), 43-67.

Terao, R., & Zimmerman, E., (2000). Converging toward the interlocutor: Sentence-final forms in Japanese conversations. WORD, 51(1), 41-57.

 
CONFERENCE PANELS (Organized and chaired)

 Zimmerman, E., Komori, S, & Yonezawa, S. (October, 2001). A new frontier?: Computer-mediated voice communication in learning Korean. The 4th Pacific Second Language Research Forum, University of Hawai’i at Manoa.

 PRESENTATIONS

Zimmerman, E. (2015, October). “Technology, Conversation, and Cultural Learning: Guided Activities for Study Abroad” Paper Presented at Maryland Foreign Language Association  Fall Conference, Columbia, MD.

Zimmerman, E. (2014, March).“Cultural encounters in conversation: How culture is explored in conversations for learning.” Paper Presented at the American Association of Teachers of Japanese, Philadelphia, PA.

Zimmerman, E. (2013, November). “Co-constructing products, practices and perspectives by learners of Japanese.” Paper Presented at the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Orlando, Florida.

Zimmerman, E. (2012, October.) “Conversations about culture: Co-constructing Korean and Japanese cultural products, practices, and perspectives in Japanese.” Paper presented at the 31st Second Language Research Forum, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Zimmerman, E. (2012, June). “Japanese perceptions of Korean culture: Conversation Analysis of Japanese and Korean participants’ interactions in Japanese” Paper presented at the 14th Annual International Conference of Japanese Society for Language Sciences, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan. 

Zimmerman, E., Paik, C., and Anzai, S. (2012, January). “Assessing Intercultural Adjustment Skills for Study Abroad Programs in Japan.” Paper presented at theThird International Conference on the Development and Assessment of Intercultural Competence (ICC 2012), Tucson, Arizona.

Zimmerman, E. (2011, June). “Finding identity and culture in talk: Japanese perceptions of Korean culture” Paper presented at the International Society for Language Studies Conference, Oranjestad, Aruba.

Paik, C., Zimmerman, E., Anzai, S., and Nowlin, A. (2011, April). “Teaching Culture through Readings of Japanese Folktales: Collaborating with Peers and Technology.” Paper presented at the 2011 ATJ Annual Conference, University of Hawai’i at Manoa, Honolulu, HI. 

Zimmerman, E. (2010, October).  “Cultural analysis of Japanese conversation: Using Transcripts in Our Classrooms.” Paper presented at Maryland Foreign Language Associate Conference, Anne Arundel Community College, Arnold, MD.

Zimmerman, E. (2010, June). “‘You are not lucky’: Identity Construction in Narratives of a Korean User of Japanese.” Paper presented at the 24th annual conference of the Japanese Language Teachers of the Northeast Region of the United States, Williams College, Williamstown, MA.

Zimmerman, E. (2010, May). “Telling about experiences in Japan: Constructing student identity through membership categorizations in talk by Korean speakers of Japanese.” Paper presented at the Southeastern Association of Teachers of Japanese (SEATJ 2010), Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. 

Ikeda, K. and Zimmerman E. (2009, August). “Conversation Analysis of “Prochievement-Based” Communication Task: A case of Japanese as a Foreign Language Learners.” Paper presented at the 11th International Pragmatics Association, Melbourne, Australia. Zimmerman, E. (2009, June) “It’s not sweet without it?”: Host family dinnertime conversations and the construction of interculturality. Paper presented at the International Society for Language Studies, Orlando, Florida.

Anzai, S., Dobberfuhl, P., Matsuzawa, C., and Zimmerman, E. (2009, May). The effectiveness of study-abroad programs on cultural learning: A case of Japanese summer study-abroad programs. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Pan-SIG Conference, Toyo Gakuen University, Nagareyama Campus, Chiba, Japan

Zimmerman, E. (2009, March).Who are you referring to?: Referencing intercultural membership in talk among users of Japanese. Paper presented at the American Association of Applied Linguistics, Denver, Colorado.

Anzai, S., Dobberfuhl, P., Matsuzawa, C., and Zimmerman, E. (2008, October). “The effectiveness of study-abroad programs on cultural learning: A case of Japanese summer study-abroad programs. Presented at the 2008 Culture and Languages Across the Curriculum at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Zimmerman, E. (2008, July). Crafting multilingual and intercultural identities in talk: I know a little about your language. Paper presented at the Eighteenth International Congress for Linguists (CIL), Seoul, South Korea.

Zimmerman, E. (2008, July). Discovering the co-construction of family and family practices using conversation analysis: A case of a Korean user of Japanese in a host family setting. Paper presented at the Tenth Annual Conference of the Japanese Society for Language Sciences (JSLS), University of Shizuoka, Shizuoka, Japan.

Zimmerman, E. (2008, February). Finding identity in the point: Narratives of a Korean learner of Japanese. Paper presented at the Society for Cross-Cultural Research (SCCR), New Orleans.

Ikeda, K. and Zimmerman, E. (2006, December). Challenges for second language acquisition and identity construction in the classroom. The 17th Annual Japanese Association of Second Language Acquisition (JASLA), Waseda University, Japan.

Zimmerman, E and Ikeda K. (2006, October). Challenges for foreign language classroom instruction: Complex identity construction in classroom talk. Second Language Research Forum (SLRF), University of Washington, Seattle.

Zimmerman E. (2006, August). Doing multilingual expert-novice roles in conversation: ‘E? I wonder if I am now doing the English way.’ Paper presented at the International Conference on Japanese Language Education, Columbia University, New York.

Zimmerman, E., (2005, July). Understanding issues of identity and culture: A CA perspective. Paper presented at the 14th World Congress of Applied Linguistics (AILA), Madison, Wisconsin.

Zimmerman, E., (2004, August). What’s in a name? Revealing social identity. Paper presented at the RC33 Sixth International Conference on Social Science Methodology, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Holland.

Zimmerman, E., (2004, July). Pointing to otherness: Identity and conversation analysis. Paper presented at the Sixth Annual Conference of the Japanese Society for Language Sciences (JSLS), Aichi Shukutoku University (Hoshigaoka Campus), Nagoya, Japan.

Zimmerman, E., (2004, May). Language learner...or not?: Conversation analysis and identity construction. Paper presented at the JALT Pan-SIG Conference 2004, Tokyo Keizai University, Tokyo, Japan.

Zimmerman, E., (2003, March). ‘Originally you were vegetarian?’: Membership categorization, formulation and an L2 Japanese speaker. Paper presented at the American Association of Applied Linguistics, Arlington, Virginia.

Zimmerman, E., (2002, April). Korean addressee honorifics, indexicality of social relationships and L3 learners’ development. Paper presented at the American Association of Applied Linguistics, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Zimmerman, E., (2001, October). Exploring the technology: Computer-mediated voice communication. Paper presented during a colloquium entitled "A New Frontier?: Computer-mediated voice communication in learning Korean. (Colloquium Organizer: Erica Zimmerman) The 4th Pacific Second Language Research Forum, University of Hawai’i at Manoa.

Zimmerman, E., (2001, June). Presentation of self through 'chatting': Non-native (L2) speakers of Japanese use of desu/masu and interactional particles for indexing presentation of self. Paper presented at the Third Annual Conference of the Japanese Society for Language Sciences (JSLS), Japan Women's University, Nishi-Ikuta Campus.

Zimmerman, E., (2001, March). A Meta-analysis of a CMC project for L2 Japanese learners. Paper presented at the Hawai'i Association of Language Teachers, University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Zimmerman, E., (2000, September). Playing teacher: Non-native use of addressee honorifics in Japanese Second Language Research Forum, University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Zimmerman, E., (2000, April). Presentation of self in non-native speaker interaction: The use of addressee honorifics and plain forms for indexing the student’s role in the classroom. Paper presented at the Fourth Annual Conference for Graduate Students in the College of Languages, Linguistics and Literature, University of Hawaii at Manoa.

 Terao, T. and Zimmerman, E. (1999, April). Converging toward the interlocutor: Sentence-final forms in Japanese conversations. Paper presented at the International Linguistics Association Conference, New York University, New York.