ICT References

 

Last updated: 4th February 2014 
* = Updated 25th January2013
**= Updated 4th February 2014 

 

 

The following selection of references reflects my choices about which papers, chapters, books etc. relate to my interest in ICTs in everyday life. Hence, they usually report empirical research. For the mobile phone, fixed phone, internet, PC, digital divide and social shaping studies see the other bibliographies on this web-site

 

 

Abelman, R. (2007) ‘Fighting the War on Independency: Mediating TV, Internet, and Videogame Usage among Achieving and Underachieving Gifted Children’, Roeper Review, Vol 29, pp 100-12.

Anderson, B. (2001) e-Living: State of the Art Review, report for the e-Living project,

 

Berg, A-J (1994) The Domestication of Telematics in Everyday Life. Paper presented at Cost248 meeting, Lund, 13th-14th April

 

Berg, A-J. (1997) ‘Karoline and the Cyborgs: The Naturalisation of a Technical Object’, in Frissen, V. (Ed.) Gender, ITCs and Everyday Life: Mutual Shaping Processes, COSTA4, Brussels, pp.7-35,

 

Bergman, S. (1994) ‘Communication Technology in the Household: The Gendering of Artefacts and Practices’, in Frissen, V. (Ed.) Gender, ITCs and Everyday Life: Mutual Shaping Processes, COSTA4, Brussels, pp.135-153

 

Berker, T., Hartmann, M., Punie, Y. and Ward, K. (eds) (2006) Domestication of Media and Technologies, Open University Press, Maidenhead

 

Bovill, M. and Livingstone, S. (2001) ‘Bedroom Culture and the Privatization of Media Use’, in Livingstone, S. and Bovill, M. (eds) Children and their Changing Media Environment. A European Comparative Study, Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 179-200.

 

Buckingham, D. (2000) After the Death of Childhood. Growing up in the Age if Electronic Media, Polity Press, Cambridge.

 

Buckingham D and Willet R (eds) (2006) Digital Generations: Children, Young People, and the New Media. New York: Routledge

Buse, C. (2009) 'When You Retire, does Everything become Leisure? Information and Communication Technology Use and the Work/Leisure Boundary in Retirement', New Media and Society, Vol.11, No.7, pp.1143-61.

Caradec, V. (1999) ‘Vieillissment et Usage des Technologies. Une Perspective Idenitaire et Relationnelle’, Réseaux, Vol.17, No.96.

 

Caron, A. (2000) New Communication Technologies in the Home: A Qualitative Study of the Introduction, Appropriation and Uses of Media in the Family, Young People and the Media, Sydney: International Forum of Researchers.

Caron, A. (2008) ‘New Screens and Young People: Crossing Times and Boundaries. What Roles do they Play in their Everyday Life’, Observatorio, Vol 2, No 3, pp.53-68, available at http://obs.obercom.pt/index.php/obs/issue/view/12|

Chiaro, M and Fortunati, L. (1999) ‘Nouvelles Technologies et Compétence des Usagers’, Réseaux, Vol.17, No.96.

 

*Choi YK, Kim J and McMillan SJ (2009) Motivators for the intention to use mobile TV: A comparison of South Korean males and females. International Journal of Advertising 28(1): 147–167.

Colombo, F. and Vittadini, N. (eds) (2006) Digitising TV. Theoretical Issues and Comparative Studies across Europe, Vita Pensiero, Milano

 

Contarello, A., Fortunati, L., Gomez. P., Mante-Meijer, E., Vershinskaya, O. and Volovici, D. (2008) 'ICTs and the Human Body: An Empirical Study in Five Countries', in Loos, E., Haddon, L. and Mante-Meijer, E. (eds) The Social Dynamics of Information and Communication Technology, Ashgate, Aldershot, pp.25-38.

*Courtois, C. and Mechant, P. (2012) 'The triple articulation of media technologies in teenage media consumption', New Media and Society, 14(3) pp, 401–420

Cunningham, C. (2011) ‘Girl Game Designers’, New Media and Society, 13(8) 1373–1388.

Dimmick, J., Feaster, J.C., and Ramirez, Jr, A. (2011) .The niches of interpersonal media: Relationships in time and space’, New Media and Society, 13(8) 1265–1282.

Duimel, M., and De Haan, J. (2009) ICT en Cultuur: het gebruik door tieners [ICT and Culture: how teenagers use the opportunites]. Den Haag: The Netherlands Institute for Social Research - SCP.

*Dwyer T (2010) Media Convergence. Maidenhead: Open University Press.

English-Lueck, J. (1998) Technology and Social Change: The Effects on Family and Community, COSSA Congressional Seminar, 19th June.

 

*Erumban, A. A., and S. B. de Jong. (2006) Cross-country differences in ICT adoption: A consequence of culture? Journal of World Business 41(4): 302–4.

*Feaster JC (2009) The repertoire niches of interpersonal media: Competition and coexistence at the level of the individual. New Media and Society 11(6): 965–984.

Fortunati, L. (2009) 'Old and New Media, Old Emotion', in Vincent, J. and Fortunati, L. (2009) Electronic Emotion. The Mediation of Emotion via Information and Communication Technologies, Peter Lang, Oxford, pp.35-62.

Fortunati, L. and Manganelli, A. (2004) The Family, Communications and New Technology, Proceedings of the Conference ‘Mobile Communication and Social Change, October 18-19, Seoul, Korea.

 

Frissen, V. (2000) ‘ICTs in the Rush Hour of Life’, The Information Society, No.16, pp 65-75.

 

*Geldof, M (2011) ‘Earphones are not for Women: Gendered ICT use among Youths in Ethiopia and Malawi’, Information Technologies and International Development, 7 (4) 669-80.

Gilligan, R. (2004) ‘Understanding Material Culture and Digital Media: A Case Study of Cultural Factors Shaping Rural Adoption and Use of ICTs', in Haddon, (Ed.) International Collaborative Research. Cross-Cultural Differences and Cultures of Research, COST, Brussels, pp.51-86.

Gilligan, R. (2005) 'Questioning the "Rural" Adoption and Use of ICTs', in Haddon, L, Mante, E., Sapio, B., Kommonen, K-H, Fortunati, L. Kant, A (eds) Everyday Innovators. Researching the Role of Users in Shaping ICTs, Springer, Dordrect, pp.155-67.

Gilligan, R., Campbell, C., Dries, J. and Obermaier, N (1998) The Current Barriers for Older People in Accessing the Information Society, First report of AOP-IS project, Düsseldorf: European Institute for the Media

Gladstone, K. (2008) 'Challenging Sensory Impairment', in Loos, E., Haddon, L. and Mante-Meijer, E. (eds) The Social Dynamics of information and Communication Technology, Ashgate, Aldershot, pp.205-16

 

Green, L. (2002) Technoculture: From Alphabet to Cybersex, Allen and Unwin, Crows Nest, Australia

 

Haddon, L. (1993) ‘Studying Information and Communication Technologies in Teleworking Households’, in Berg, A and Aune. M.(eds) Proceedings from COSTA4 workshop Domestic Technology and Everyday Life: Mutual Shaping Processes, 28th-30th, November, Centre for Technology and Society, University of Trondheim, Trondheim, Norway.

 

Haddon, L. (1995) Information and Communication Technologies: A View from the Home. Paper for the ICT International Conference on the Social and Economic Implications of Information and Communications Technologies, Westminster, London, 10th-12th May.

 

Haddon, L. (ed.) (1998) New Dimensions of Social Exclusion in a Telematic Society, Working Paper No.45, ACTS-FAIR

 

Haddon, L (2000) ‘Social Exclusion and Information and Communication Technologies: Lessons from Studies of Single Parents and the Young Elderly’, New Media and Society, Vol.2, No.4, 387-406.

 

Haddon, L. (2001) Time and ICTs. Paper for the CRIC workshop 'Researching Time', University of Manchester, 19th September.

 

 

Haddon, L. (2003) ‘What is Innovatory Use? A Thinkpiece’, in Haddon, L., Mante-Meijer, E., Sapio, B., Kommenon, K-H, Fortunati, L., and Kant, A. (eds) The Good, the Bad and the Irrelevant: The User and the Future of Information and Communication Technologies, Conference Proceedings, 1-3, September, Helsinki.

 

Haddon, L. (2004) Information and Communication Technologies in Everyday Life: A Concise Introduction and Research Guid, Berg, Oxford.

 

Haddon, L. (2005)’Empirical Studies using the Domestication Framework’, in Berker, T, Hartmann, M., Punie, Y and Ward, K. (eds) Domestication of Media and Technologies, Open University Press, Maidenhead.

 

Haddon, L. (2005) ‘The Innovatory Use of ICTs’, in Haddon, L, Mante, E., Sapio, B., Kommonen, K-H, Fortunati, L. Kant, A (eds) Everyday Innovators. Researching the Role of Users in Shaping ICTs, Springer, Dordrect, pp.54-66

 

Haddon, L. (2006) ‘The Contribution of Domestication Research to In-Home Computing and Media Consumption’, The Information Society, Vol. 22, pp.195-203.

 

Haddon, L. (2006) ICTs and Social Change: Three Examples from Everyday Life. Paper for the Panel ‘Information and Communication Technologies and Social Change’, 9th Forum of Social Trends, Madrid, November 22nd-24th.

Haddon, L and Silverstone, R. (1992) Information and Communication Technologies in the Home: The Case of Teleworking, Working Paper 17, SPRU CICT, University of Sussex, Falmer

 

Haddon, L. and Silverstone, R. (1993) Teleworking in the 1990s: A View from the Home, SPRU/CICT Report Series, No. 10, University of Sussex, Falmer.

 

Haddon, L. and Silverstone, R. (1994) ‘The Careers of Information and Communication Technologies in the Home’, in Bjerg, K. and Borreby, K. (eds.) Proceedings of the International Working Conference on Home Oriented Informatics, Telematics and Automation, Copenhagen, 27th Jun- 1st July

 

Haddon, L. and Silverstone, R. (1995) Lone Parents and their Information and Communication Technologies, SPRU/CICT Report Series, No.12, University of Sussex, Falmer

 

Haddon, L. and Silverstone, R. (1996) Information and Communication Technologies and the Young Elderly, SPRU/CICT Report Series, University of Sussex, Falmer.

 

Haddon, L. and Silverstone, R. (2000) ‘Home Information and Communication Technologies and the Information Society’, in Ducatel, K., Webster, J. and Herrmann, W. (eds) The Information Society in Europe: Work and Life in an Age of Globalization , Rowman and Littlefield Inc, Lanham, Maryland, pp. 233-58.

 

*Hagberg, J-E. (2012) ‘Being the Oldest Old in a Shifting Technology Landscape’, in Loos, E., Haddon, L. and Mante-Meijer, E. (eds) (2012) Generational Use of New Media, Ashgate. Aldershot, 89-106.

Hartmann, M. (2005) ‘The Discourse of the Perfect Future – Young People and New Technologies’, in Silverstone, R. (Ed.) Media, Technology and Everyday Life in Europe, Aldershot: Ashgate.

 

Hartmann, M. (2005) ‘The Triple Articulation of ICT. Media as Technological Objects, Symbolic Environments and Individual Texts’, in Berker, T, Hartmann, M., Punie, Y and Ward, K. (eds) Domestication of Media and Technologies, Open University Press, Maidenhead, pp.80-102,

 

D’Haenens, L. (2001), ‘Old and New Media: Access and Ownership in the Home’, in Livingstone, S. and Bovill, M. (eds) Children and their Changing Media Environment. A European Comparative Study, Mahwah, New Jersey, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 53-84.

Helle-Valle, J. and Slettemeås, D. (2008) 'ICTs, Domestication and Language Games: A Wittgensteinian Approach to Media Use', New Media and Society, Vol.10, No.1, pp.45-66

Heres, J. and Mante-Meijer, E. (2001) Adoption of Information and communication Technology: A Proposed Framework. Paper for the conference ‘e-Usages’, Paris, 12-14th June.

 

Higgins, M. (2000) ‘Divergent Messages in a Converging World’, The Information Society, No.16, pp 49-63.

 

Holloway, S. (2001) 'A Window on the Wider World: Rural Children's Use of Information and Communication Technologies', Journal of Rural Studies. No.17, pp.383-94.

Holloway, S., Valentine, G. and Bingham, N. (2000) Institutionalising Technologies: Masculinities, Femininities and the Heterosexual Economy of the IT Classroom, Environment and Planning A No. 32, pp.617-633.

Holloway, S. and Valentine, G. (2001) ‘”It’s only as stupid as you are”: Children’s and Adults’ Negotiation of ICT Competence at Home and at School’, Social and Cultural Geography, Vol.2, No.1, pp.25-42.

 

Ito M, Horst H, Bittani M, boyd d, Herr-Stephenson B et al. (2008) Living and Learning with New Media: Summary of Findings from the Digital Youth Project. The John D. And Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. Available at: http://digitalyouth.ischool.berkeley.edu/report

Jansz, J. and Martens, L. (2005) ‘Gaming at a LAN event: The Social Context of Playing Video Games’, New Media and Society, Vol.7, No.3, pp.333-55.

Jensen, M., Mella Heidi and Thrane, K. (2008) The Flexible Room: Technology for Communication and Personalisation, n Loos, E., Haddon, L. and Mante-Meijer, E. (eds) The Social Dynamics of information and Communication Technology, Ashgate, Aldershot, pp.55-72.

 

Johnsson-Smaragdi, U. (2001) ‘Media Use Styles among the Young’, in Livingstone, S. and Bovill, M. (eds) Children and their Changing Media Environment. A European Comparative Study, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc., New Jersey, pp.113-40.

 

Jouet, J. (2000) ‘Retour Critique sur la Sociologie des Usage’, Réseaux, No.100, pp.486-521.

 

Kent N and Facer K (2004) Different worlds? A comparison of young people’s home and school ICT use. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 20(6): 440–455.

Kjaer, A., Halsov Masden, K. and Graves Petersen, M. (2000) ‘Methodological Challenges in the Study of Technology in the Home’, in Sloane, A. and van Rijn, F. (eds) Home Informatics and Telematics: Information, Technology and Society, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Mass., pp.45-60.

 

Lafrance, J. (1996) 'Games and Players in the Electronic Age', Reseaux: the French Journal of Communication, Vol.4, No.2. , pp.299-332

 

Lally, E. (2002) At Home with Computers, Berg, Oxford.

 

Lie, M and Sørensen, K. (eds) (1996) Making Technologies Our Own? Domesticating Technology into Everyday Life, Scandinavian University Press, Oslo

 

Lim, S.S. (2005) ‘From Cultural to Information Revolution: ICT Domestication by Middle-Class Chinese Families’, Berker, T., Hartmann, M., Punie, Y. and Ward, K. (eds) Domestication of Media and Technologies, Open University Press, Maidenhead, pp. 185-204.

Lim, S. S. (2008) Must-have Makeup, Fashion and Gizmos: Teen Magazine Representations of Girls’ Technology Use. First International Conference on Popular Culture and Education in Asia. Hong Kong. 11-13 December.

Lim, S. S. (2009) Young People and the Digital Divide – An Ethnographic Study of Media-have-less Youths. Keywords in Communication: 2009 Annual Conference of the International Communication Association . Chicago. 21-25 May

Lim, S. S. (2008) 'Technology Domestication in the Asian homestead: Comparing the Experiences of Middle Class Families in China and South Korea. East Asian Science', Technology and Society. 2(2): 1875-2160.

Lim, S. S. , Sison, R & Kim D-Y (eds.) (2008) The Promise of ICTs in Asia: Key Trends and Issues, Seoul: Jimoondang.

Lim, S. S., Sison, R. And Kim, D. Y. (2008) 'ICT Adoption in Asia – Experiences and Insights', in Lim, S. S. , Sison, R & Kim D-Y (eds.) The Promise of ICTs in Asia: Key Trends and Issues, Seoul:Jimoondang. 1-16.

 

*Lim, S. and Tam, Y. (2003)Old People and New Media in Wired Societies, Media Asia, 30 (2), 95-102.

Ling, R. (1997) ‘The Technical Definition of Social Boundaries: Video Telephony and the Constitution of Group Membership’, in The Future European Telecommunications User Home and Work Group (eds) Blurring Boundaries: When are Information and Communication Technologies Coming Home? COST248 Report, Telia, Farsta.

 

Ling, R., Nilsen, S. and Granhaug, S. (1999) ‘The Domestication of Video-on Demand: Folk Understanding of a New Technology’, New Media and Society, Vol.1, No.1. , pp.83-100.

 

Ling, R. and Thrane, K. (2001) “It actually Separates us a little bit, but I think that is an Advantage”: The Management of Electronic Media in Norwegian Households. Paper for the conference ‘e-Usages’, Paris, 12-14th June. Available at http://www.telenor.no/fou/program/nomadiske/artikler.shtml

 

Livingstone, S. (2002) Young people and New Media, Sage, London.

 

Livingstone, S. (2002) The Changing Nature and Uses of Media Literacy, Media@LSE Electronic Working Papers.

Livingstone, S. (2007) 'Strategies of Parental Regulation in the Media-Rich Home', Computers in Human Behavior, No. 23, pp.920-41.

 

Livingstone, S. and Bober, M. (2003) UK Children go Online: Listening to Young People’s Experiences, London, Media@LSE

Livingstone, S. and Bovill, M. (eds) (2001) Children and their Changing Media Environment. A European Comparative Study, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc., New Jersey.

 

*Lugano, G. and Peltonen, P. (2012) ‘Building intergenerational bridges between digital natives and digital immigrants: Attitudes, motivations and appreciation for old and new media in Finland’, in Loos, E., Haddon, L. and Mante-Meijer, E. (eds) (2012) Generational Use of New Media, Ashgate. Aldershot, 151-170

MacKay, H. and Ivey, D. (2004) Modern Media in the Home: An Ethnographic Study, John Libby Publishing, Rome.

 

Maltha, S., Vermass, K., van de Wijngaert, L, (2003) ‘Broadband Technology and Services from a User Perspective’, in Haddon, L., Mante-Meijer, E., Sapio, B., Kommenon, K-H, Fortunati, L., and Kant, A. (eds) The Good, the Bad and the Irrelevant: The User and the Future of Information and Communication Technologies, Conference Proceedings, 1st-3rd, September, Helsinki.

 

Martinson, A., Walker Vaughan, M. and Schwartz, N. (2002) 'Women's Experiences of Leisure: Implications for Design', New Media and Society, Vol.4, No.1.

 

Mansell, R. and Steinmuller, W.E. (2000) Mobilizing the Information Society. Strategies for Growth and Opportunity, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

 

Marsh, J., Brooks, G., Hughes, J., Ritchie, L., Roberts, S., & Wright, K. (2005) Digital Beginnings: Young Children's Use of Popular Culture, Media and New Technologies, Literacy Research Centre, University of Sheffield, Sheffield

 

Mascheroni, G., Pasquali, F., Scifo, B., Sfardini, A., Stefanelli, M. and Vittadini, N, (2008) 'Young Italians’ Cross-media Cultures', Observatorio, Vol. 1, No.4, pp.13-32, http://obs.obercom.pt/index.php/obs/issue/view/10|

Mascheroni, G., Pasquali, F., Scifo, B., Sfardini, A., Stefanelli, M. And Vittadini, N. (2011) ‘Young Italians’ crossmedia cultures’, in Haddon, L. (Ed.) The Contemporary Internet: National and Cross-National European Studies, Peter Lang, Frankfurt, pp. 33-54.

Meyer, T. (1995) Integrating Information Technologies in Households: Using Case Studies to Understand Complex and Rapidly Changing Processes, onference Proceedings COTIM-95.

 

Morley, D. (2005) ‘What’s “Home” got to do with it? Contradictory Dynamics in the Domestication of Technology and the Dislocation of Domesticity’, I, Berker, T., Hartmann, M., Punie, Y. and Ward, K. (eds) Domestication of Media and Technologies, Open University Press, Maidenhead, pp.21-39.

Nikken, P. and Jansz, J. (2006) ‘Parental Mediation of Children’s Video Game Playing: A Comparison of the Reports by Parents and Children’, Learning, Media, and Technology, Vol 31, pp.181-202.

 

Nurmela, J. (2003) ‘A “Great Migration to the Information Society?” Patterns of ICT Diffusion in Finland in 1996–2002’, in Haddon, L., Mante-Meijer, E., Sapio, B., Kommenon, K-H, Fortunati, L., and Kant, A. The Good, the Bad and the Irrelevant: The User and the Future of Information and Communication Technologies, Conference Proceedings, 1st-3rd, September, Helsinki.

Östlund, B. (1999) Images, Users, Practices. Senior Citizens Entering the IT Society. Report published by the Swedish Board for Transport and Communication Research, KFB-report 1999.

Pasquier, D. (2001) ‘Media at Home: Domestic Interactions and Regulation’, in Livingstone, S. and Bovill, M. (eds) Children and their Changing Media Environment. A European Comparative Study, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc., New Jersey, pp.161-78.

 

Pasquier, D.Buzzi., C.d'Haeevens, L. and Sjoberg (1998) ‘Family Lifestyles and Media Use Patterns: An Analysis of Domestic Media among Flemish, French, Italian and Swedish Children and Teenagers’, European Journal of Communication, pp.503-19.

Pellegrino, G. (2009) 'Learning from Emotions towards ICTs: Boundary Crossing and Barriers in Technological Appropriation', in Vincent, J. and Fortunati, L.  Electronic Emotion. The Mediation of Emotion via Information and Communication Technologies, Peter Lang, Oxford, pp.207-30.

 

Punie, Y. (1997) Imagining “Non-Users”: Rejection of ICTs in Flemish Households. Paper given at the conference ‘Penser Les Usages’, Arcachon, France, 27th-29th May.

 

Punie, Y. (2005) ‘The Future of Ambient Intelligence in Europe: The Need for more Everyday Life’, in Silverstone, R. (Ed.) Media, Technology and Everyday Life in Europe, Aldershot: Ashgate

 

**Quandt, T. and von Pape, T.(2010) Living in the Mediatope: A Multimethod Study on the Evolution of Media Technologies in the Domestic Environment', The Information Society, 26, 330-345.

Raban, Y and Brynin, M. (2006) ‘Older People and New technologies’, in Kraut, R, Brynin, M. and Kiesler, S. (2006) Computers, Phones and the Internet. Domesticating Information Technology, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp.43-50.

 

Robinson, J and de Haan, J. (2006) ‘Information Technology and Family Tine Displacement’, in Kraut, R, Brynin, M. and Kiesler, S. (2006) Computers, Phones and the Internet. Domesticating Information Technology, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp.70-83.

 

Russo Lemor, A-M. (2005) ‘Making a “home”. The Domestication of Information and Communication Technologies in Single Parents’ Households’, in Berker, T., Hartmann, M., Punie, Y. and Ward, K. (eds) Domestication of Media and Technologies, Open University Press, Maidenhead, pp.165-84

 

Schott, G. and Horrell, K. (2000) ‘Girl Gamers and their Relationship with the Gaming Culture’, Convergence, Vol.6, No.4, pp.36-53

 

*Schreder, G., Siebenhandl, K.Mayr, E and Smuc, M. (2012) ‚The ticket machine challenge: Social inclusion by barrier-free ticket vending machines’, in Loos, E., Haddon, L. and Mante-Meijer, E. (eds) (2012) Generational Use of New Media, Ashgate. Aldershot, 129-151.

*Schuurman D, Courtois C and De Marez L (2011) New media adoption and usage among Flemish youngsters. Telematics and Informatics 28(2): 77–85

Seddon, J and Quin, R. (2002) Desperately Seeking the Cyberspace Contributor. Paper presented at the Communications and research Forum, Canberra, October.

 

Selwyn N (2007) Hi-tech = guy-tech? An exploration of undergraduate students’ gendered perceptions of information and communication technologies. Sex Roles 56(7–8): 525–36.

Silverstone, R. (1993) ‘Time, Information and Communication Technologies in the Household’, Time and Society, Vol.2, No.3, pp.283-311.

 

Silverstone, R. (1995) ‘Media, Communication, Information and the ‘Revolution’ of Everyday Life’, in Emmott, S. (ed) Information Superhighways: Multimedia Users and Futures, Academic Press, London.

 

Silverstone, R. (Ed.) (2005) Media, Technology and Everyday Life in Europe, Ashgate, Aldershot.

 

Silverstone, R. and Haddon, L. (1996) Television, Cable and AB Households.  Report for Telewest, August, University of Sussex, Falmer.

 

Silverstone, R., Hirsch, E. and Morley, D (1991) Listening to a Long Conversation: An Ethnographic Approach to the Study of Information and Communication Technologies in the Home’, Cultural Studies, May, 5(2): 204-27.

 

Silverstone, R. and Hirsch, E. (eds.) (1992) Consuming Technologies, Routledge, London.

 

Silverstone, R., Hirsch, E. and Morley, D. (1992) 'Information and Communication Technologies and the Moral Economy of the Household', in Silverstone, R. and Hirsch, E. (eds.) Consuming Technologies, Routledge, London, pp.15-31.

 

Silverstone, R. and Haddon, L. (1993) Future Compatible? Information and Communications Technologies in the Home: A Methodology and Case Study. A report prepared for the Commission of the European Communities Socio-Economic and Technical Impact Assessments and Forecasts, RACE Project 2086, SPRU/CICT, University of Sussex.

 

Silverstone, R. and Haddon, L. (1996) ‘Design and the Domestication of Information and Communication Technologies: Technical Change and Everyday Life’, in Silverstone, R. and Mansell, R (eds) Communication by Design. The Politics of Information and Communication Technologies, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp.44-74.

Tabernero,C., Sánchez-Navarro, J. And Tubella, I. (2008) ‘The Young and the Internet: Revolution at Home. When the Household becomes the Foundation of Socio-Cultural Change’, Observatorio, Vol 2, No 3, pp.273-91, available at http://obs.obercom.pt/index.php/obs/issue/view/12|

Taylor, T L. (2003) ‘Multiple Pleasures: Women and Online Gaming’, Convergence, Vol.9, No.1, pp.21-46.

Turk, T., Sapio, B. and Palombini, I. (2008) 'The Adoption of Terrestrial Digital TV: Technology Push, Political Will or Users' Choice?, n Loos, E., Haddon, L. and Mante-Meijer, E. (eds) The Social Dynamics of information and Communication Technology, Ashgate, Aldershot, pp.29-54.

 

Thomas, F. and Haddon, L. (2011) ‘Cultural factors shaping the experience of information and communication technologies’, in Haddon, L. (Ed.) The Contemporary Internet: National and Cross-National European Studies, Peter Lang, Frankfurt, pp.17-31.

 

Tidhar, C. and Nossek, H. (2002) ‘All in the Family: The Integration of New Technologies in the Family’, Communications, Vol.27, pp.15-34.

 

Valentine, G. and Holloway, S. (1999) 'The Vision thing': Schools and Information and Communication Technologies, Convergence, No. 5.

Valentine, G. and Holloway, S. (2001) ‘Technophobia: Parents and Children’s Fears about Information and Communication Technologies and the Transformation of Culture and 'Society'’, in Moran-Ellis, J. and Hutchby, I. (eds) Children, Technology and Culture, Falmer Press, London. .,

Valentine, G., Holloway, S.L., and Bingham, N. (2002) 'The Digital Generation? Children, ICT and the Everyday Nature of Social Exclusion', Antipode, No. 34, pp.296-315.

*Taneja, H,. Webster, J, Malthouse, E. and Ksiazek, T, (2010) Media consumption across platforms: Identifying user defined repertoires, New Media and Society, 14(6) 951–968

 

Turk, T., Palpmbini, I., and Sapio, B. (2003) ‘The adoption of Terrestrial Digital TV: Technology Push, Political Will or Users’ Choice?’ in Haddon, L., Mante-Meijer, E., Sapio, B., Kommenon, K-H, Fortunati, L., and Kant, A. (eds) The Good, the Bad and the Irrelevant: The User and the Future of Information and Communication Technologies, Conference Proceedings, 1-3, September, Helsinki.

Van Rompaey, V., and Roe, K. (2001). The Home as a Multimedia Environment: Families’ Conception of Space and the Introduction of Information and Communication Technologies in the Home, Communications, Vol.26, No. 4, pp.351–69.

 

*Verdegem, P., and Verhoest, P. (2009) Profiling the non-user: Rethinking policy initiatives stimulating ICT acceptance. Telecommunications Policy 33(10–11): 642–52.

Vershinskaya, O. (2003) ‘Russian Youth and ICT’, in Haddon, L., Mante-Meijer, E., Sapio, B., Kommenon, K-H, Fortunati, L., and Kant, A. (eds) The Good, the Bad and the Irrelevant: The User and the Future of Information and Communication Technologies, Conference Proceedings, 1-3, September, Helsinki.

 

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