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1997. The School as a Community of Engaged
Learners. Penelope Eckert, Shelley Goldman and Etienne Wenger
2000. Supporting Community Involvement in the Digital Age. Tom Ehrlich ed.Civic Responsibility and Higher Education.. Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Phoenix: Oryx Press. (Penelope Eckert and Peter Henschel)
1999. Learning at work. In: Nevzer Stacey Ed. How Adults Learn. Proceedings of joint international conference of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, and the United States Department of Education, Washington DC, 6-8 April, 1998. (James Greeno, Penelope Eckert, Patricia Sachs,Susan Stucky and Etienne Wenger)
1999. Entitled to know. James Greeno and Shelley Goldman eds., Thinking Practices. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
1995. Adolescent Trajectory and Forms of Institutional Participation. In Lisa Crockett and Ann Crouter eds., Pathways Through Adolescence: Individual Development in Relation to Social Contexts. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 175-96.
1994. From School to Work: an Apprenticeship in Institutional Identity. Working Papers on Learning and Identity, 1. Palo Alto: Institute for Research on Learning. (Penelope Eckert and Etienne Wenger)
1991. Interdisciplinary Research in Support of Science and Mathematics Education. Report to the National Science Foundation. (Penelope Eckert and Jennifer Knudsen).
1990. Adolescent Social Categories, Information and Science Learning. In Marjorie Gardner, James Greeno, Frederick Reif and A. Schoenfeld Eds, Toward a Scientific Practice of Science Education. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 203P217.
1989. Jocks and Burnouts: Social Identity in the High School. New York: Teachers College Press.
1983. Beyond the Statistics of Adolescent Smoking. American Journal of Public Health. 73, 439P441.
1980. Clothing and Geography in a Suburban High School. Michigan Discussions in Anthropology 6, 45P48. Reprinted in Conrad P. Kottak Ed., (1982) Researching American Culture. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 139P144.