Domestication References

 

Last updated 23rd October 2017

* = Updated 6th January 2017
** = Updated 23rd October 2017

Aune, M. (1996) “The Computer in Everyday Life: Patterns of Domestication of a New Technology”. In Lie, M. and Sørensen, K. (eds), Making Technologies Our Own? Domesticating Technology into Everyday Life, Oslo: Scandinavian University Press, pp. 91-120.

Bakardjieva, M. (2005) Internet Society. The Internet in Everyday Life, Sage, London.

Bakardjieva, M. (2006) 'Domestication Running Wild. From the Moral Economy of the Household to the Mores of Culture', in Berker, T, Hartmann, M., Punie, Y and Ward, K. (eds) Domestication of Media and Technologies, Open University Press, Maidenhead, pp.62-79.

Bakardjieva, M. and Smith, R. (2001) ‘The Internet in Everyday Life: Computer Networking from the Standpoint of the Domestic User’, New Media and Society, Vol.3, No.1, pp.67-84.

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, 6, EC, Brussels, pp.7-35

Berg, A-J. and Lie, M (1995) ‘Do Artefacts have Gender? Feminism and the Domestication of Technical Artifacts’, Science, Technology and Human Values, Vol..20, No.3, pp.332-351

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, 6, pp.135-153, Brussels: EC

Bergman, S. and van Zoonen, L. (1999). “Fishing with False Teeth: Women, Gender and the Internet”. In Downey, J and McGuigan, J. (eds.) Technocities, Sage: London.

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

Bertel, T. F. (2013). Mobile Communication in the Age of Smartphones. Doctoral Thesis, IT University of Copenhagen.

**Blank, G. and Dutton, W. (2015) ‘Next generation users: Changing access to the internet’, in Beckman, A. and Lomborg, S. (eds) The Ubiquitous Internet: User and Industry Perspectives, Routledge, London, pp.1-34.

*Bolin, G. (2010) ‘Domesticating the mobile in Estonia’, New Media and Society, Vol.12, No.1, pp.55-74.

**Brosveet, J., & Sørensen, K. H. (2000) ‘Fishing for fun and profit? National domestication of multimedia: the case of Norway’, The Information Society16(4), 263-276.

Burgess, J. (2012) 'The iPhone Moment, the Apple Brand, and the Creative Consumer', in Hjorth, L., Burgess, J. and Richardson, I. (eds) Studying Mobile Media: Cultural Technologies, Mobile Communications and the iPhone,  Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 28-42

**Carter, S., Green, J. and Thorogood, N. (2013) ‘The domestication of everyday health technology: a case study of electric toothbrushes’, Social Theory and Health, 11, pp.344-367

**Chigona, A., Chigona, W., Kayongo, P., & Kausa, M. (2010) ‘An empirical survey on domestication of ICT in schools in disadvantaged communities in South Africa’, International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology, 6(2), 1C.

Colombo, F. and Cuman, A. (2014) 'Domesticating Domestication: Challenging Reception Theories within Networked Environments', paper for the 5th ECREA conference Communication for Empowerment: Citizens, Markets, Innovations, Lisbon, 12tg-15th November.

Cooper, C. (2016) Going mobile: The Domestication of the Cell Phone by Teens in a Rural East Texas Town, Doctoral Thesis, University of Loughborough, UK.

**Courtois, C, Merhant, P., Paulussen, S. and De Marez, L. (2012) ‘The triple articulation of media technologies in teenage media consumption’, New Media and Society, 14 (3) , 401-420.

Cummings, J. and Kraut, R. (2002) 'Domesticating Computers and the Internet', The Information Society, 18 (3), pp.221-231.

De Schutter, B., Brown, J. and Vanden Abeele, V. (2015) 'The Domestication of Digital Games in the Lives of Older Adults', New Media and Society, Vol. 17(7) 1170–1186.

Frissen, V. (1994) “‘Decoding’ Telecommunications in Everyday Life.” In Frissen, V. (ed.) Gender, ITCs and Everyday Life: Mutual Shaping Processes, COSTA4, 6, Brussels: EC

Frissen, V. (2000) 'ICTs in the Rush Hour of Life', The Information Society, 16: 65-75.

*Grego-Nagel, A. and Rys, M. (2014) ‘The role of technology domestication while driving’, Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 58th Annual Meeting. DOI: 1177/1541931214581447

Habib, L. (2005). Domestication of learning environments in an institution of higher education. Presented at the 33rd Congress of the Nordic Educational Research Association, A Nordic Dimension in Education and Research, Myth or Reality?, 10-12 March, University of Oslo.

Habib, L., & Cornford, T. (2002). ‘Computers in the Home: Domestication and Gender’, Information Technology & People, 15(2). 159-174.

Haddon, L. (1998) ‘Il Controllo della Comunicazione. Imposizione di Limiti all’uso del Telefono’, in Fortunati, L (Ed.) Telecomunicando in Europa, Franco Angeli, Milano, pp. 195-247.

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. (2003) 'Domestication and Mobile Telephony', in Katz, J. (Ed.) Machines that Become Us: The Social Context of Personal Communication Technology, Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick, pp.43-56

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

Haddon, L. (2006)’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. http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/62631/

Haddon, L. (2006) ‘The Contribution of Domestication Research to In-Home Computing and Media Consumption’, The Information Society, Vol. 22, pp.195-203. http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/62631/

Haddon, (2011) ‘Domestication Analysis, Objects of Study, and the Centrality of Technologies in Everyday Life’, Canadian Journal of Communication, Vol 36, 311-323. http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/62128/

 

**Haddon, L (2016) 'Domestication and the Media', The International Encyclopedia about Media Effects, Patrick Rössler (ed.), John Wiley and Sons, London, Vol.1, pp.409-417. http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/64848/

 

Haddon, L (2016) ‘The Domestication of Complex Media Repertoires’, in Thorhauge, A.M. & Valthysson, B. (Eds.) The Media and the Mundane: Communication across Media in Everyday Life, Routledge, Oxford. http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/68467/

Haddon L. and Ólafsson, K. (2014) 'Children and the Mobile Internet', in Goggin, G. and Hjorth, L. (eds) The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media, Abingdon, Routledge, pp, 300-311. http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/62232/

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. http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/62467/

Haddon, L. and Silverstone, R. (1995) Lone Parents and their Information and Communication Technologies, SPRU/CICT Report Series, No.12, University of Sussex, Falmer. http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/62461/

Haddon, L. and Silverstone, R. (1996) Information and Communication Technologies and the Young Elderly, SPRU/CICT Report Series No.13, University of Sussex, Falmer. http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/62450/

Haddon, L. and Vincent, J. (eds.) (2014). European Children’s and their Carers’ Understanding of Use, Risks and Safety Issues Relating to Convergent Mobile Media. Report D4.1. Milano: Unicatt. http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/60147/

Haddon, L. and Vincent, J. (2015) UK Children’s Experience of Smartphones and Tablets: Perspectives from Children, Parents and Teachers. Net Children Go Mobile, The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK. http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/62126/

Hahn, H. and Kibora, L. (2008) 'The Domestication of the Mobile Phone: Oral Society and New ICT in Burkina Faso’, The Journal of Modern African Studies, 46 (1), pp. 87-109.

Håpnes, T. (1996) ‘"Not in their Machines". How Hackers Transform Computers into Subcultural Artefacts', in Lie, M and Sørensen, K. (eds.) (1996), Making Technologies Our Own? Domesticating Technology into Everyday Life, Oslo: Scandinavian University Press, pp.121-50,

Hartmann, M. (2006) '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) (2005) Domestication of Media and Technologies, Open University Press, Maidenhead, pp.80-102.

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, Ashgate, Aldershot, pp.141-158.

Hartmann, M. (2013) 'From Domestication to Mediated Mobilism', Mobile Media & Communication, 1 (1), pp.42-49.

**Hartmann, M. (2013) Domestizierung. Nomos, Baden Baden.

*Harvey, A. (2015) Gender, Age, and Digital Games in the Domestic Context, Routledge, Abingdon.

*Harwood, S. A. (2011) ‘The Domestication of Online Technologies by Smaller Businesses and the “Busy Day”’, Information and Organization, 21(2), 84–106.

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.

Helle-Valle J and Storm-Mathisen A (2008) 'Playing Computer Games in the Family Context'. Human IT, 9(3): 62–82.

Hirsch, E. (1992) 'The Long Term and the Short Term of Domestic Consumption: An Ethnographic Case Study', in Silverstone, R. and Hirsch, E. (eds) Consuming Technologies: Media and Information in Domestic Spaces, Routledge, London, pp. 208-226.-102

Hijazi-Omari and Rivka, R. (2008) 'Playing with Fire: On the Domestication of the Mobile Phone among Palestinian Teenage Girls in Israel', Information, Communication and Society, 12 (2), pp.149-66.

Hjorth L (2009) Mobile Media in the Asia-Pacific: Gender and the Art of Being Mobile. London and New York: Routledge.

Hjorth, L. (2009) 'Domesticating New Media: A Discussion of Locating Mobile Media', in Goggin, G., & Hjorth, L. (Eds.). Mobile technologies: From Telecommunications to Media. London: Routledge, 143-159.

Hjorth, L. (2012) 'iPersonal: A Case Study of the Politics of the Personal',  in Hjorth, L., Burgess, J. and Richardson, I. (eds) Studying Mobile Media: Cultural Technologies, Mobile Communications and the iPhone,  Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 190-212

Hynes, D. (2007). 'Applying Domestication: How the Internet found its Place in the Home'. In M. Khosrow-Pour (Ed.), Managing Worldwide Operations and Communications with Information Technology (pp. 799-801). Hershey, PA: IGI Publishing.

Hynes, D. (2009). '[End] Users as Designers: The Internet in Everyday Life in Irish Households.' Anthropology in Action, 16(1), 18-29.

Hynes D. and Richardson, H. (2009) 'What Use is Domestication Theory to Information Systems Research?' In Dwivedi,Y.K., Williams, M,, Schneberger, S. and Wade, M. (eds) Handbook of Research on Contemporary Theoretical Models in Information Systems, Hershey, PA: Ideas Publishing Group, pp.482-494.

Hynes, D. and Rommes, E. (2006) “‘Fitting the Internet into our Lives’: IT Courses for Disadvantaged Users”. In Berker, T, Hartmann, M., Punie, Y and Ward, K., (eds.) Domestication of Media and Technologies., Maidenhead: Open University Press, pp.125-144.

Jacobs, A. & Pierson, J. (2007) 'Walking the Interface: Domestication Reconsidered?' in Cornelis, J. & Wynants,M. (eds) Brave New Interfaces - Individual, Social and Economic Impact of the Next Generation Interfaces. Brussels: VUBPress Crosstalks, 204-216.

Juntunen, J. (2014) ‘Domestication pathways of small-scale renewable energy technologies’, Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy, 10 (2), ppp.28-42.

* Karlsen, F. and Syversten, T. (2016) ‘You can’t smell roses online: Intruding media and reverse domestication’, Nordic Review, Vol.37, 25-39.

Kilker, J, (2003) 'Shaping Convergence Media: "Meta-control" and the Domestication of DVD and Web Technologies', Convergence, 9 (3), pp.20-39.

Koskinen, I. (2012) 'How a University Domesticated the iPhone', in Hjorth, L., Burgess, J. and Richardson, I. (eds) Studying Mobile Media: Cultural Technologies, Mobile Communications and the iPhone, Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 229-240.

**Laegran, A. S. (2008) ‘Domesticating home anchored work: negotiating flexibility when bringing ICT based work home in rural communities’. Geoforum39(6), 1991-1999.

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

Lehtonen, T-K. (2003) 'The Domestication of New Technologies as a Set of Trials', Journal of Consumer Culture,3; 363.

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

Ling, R. (2001) “It is ‘in.’ It doesn’t matter if you need it or not, just that you have it.”: Fashion and the Domestication of the Mobile Telephone among Teens in Norway. Working Paper, Telenor Research, Telenor, Norway

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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.

Lim, S.S. (2006) 'From Cultural to Information Revolution: ICT Domestication by Middle-Class Chinese Families, in Berker, T, Hartmann, M., Punie, Y and Ward, K. (eds) Domestication of Media and Technologies, Open University Press, Maidenhead, 185-204.

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 and Soon, C. (2010) 'The influence of social and cultural factors on mother's domestication of household ICTs - Experiences of Chinese and Korean women', Telematics and Informatics, 27 pp.205-216.

Ling, R. (2001) “It is ‘in.’ It doesn’t matter if you need it or not, just that you have it.”: Fashion and the Domestication of the Mobile Telephone among Teens in Norway. Working Paper, Telenor Research, Telenor, Norway.

Liste, L. and Sørensen, K. (2015) 'Consumer, Client or Citizen? How Norwegian Local Governments Domesticate Website Technology and Configure their Users', Information, Communication & Society, 18:7, 733-746.

Mackay, H. (1997) 'Consuming Communication Technologies at Home', in Mackay, H. (Ed.) Consumption and Everyday Life, Sage, London, 259-308

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.

Mascheroni, G (2014) 'Parenting the Mobile Internet in Italian Households: Parents' and Children's Discourses', Journal of Children and Media, 8:4, 440-456.

**Moores S (2007) ‘Early Radio. Die Domestizierung einer neuen Medientechnologie in Großbritannien’, in Röser, J. (Ed.) MedienAlltag. Domestizierungsprozesse alter und neuer Medien. VS, Wiesbaden, pp. 117–128.

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Morley, D. (2006) ‘What’s “Home” got to do with it? Contradictory Dynamics in the Domestication of Technology and the Dislocation of Domesticity’, in Berker, T, Hartmann, M., Punie, Y and Ward, K. (eds) Domestication of Media and Technologies, Open University Press, Maidenhead, pp.21-39.

Mwithia, J. (2016) Domesticating the Mobile Phone in Kibera: How Nairobi's Poor are Integrating the Mobile Phone into their Everyday Lives, Doctoral Thesis, University of Technology, Sidney, Australia.

Pavez-Andonaegui M. I. (2014) The Latinas’ Internet: Meanings and Practices in the Everyday Lives of Disadvantaged Migrant Women in London. Doctoral theses, London School of Economics.

Pedersen, P. and Ling, R. (2002) Modifying Adoption Research for Mobile Internet Service Adoption: Crossdisciplinary Interactions, Proceedings of the 36th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS’03).

**Peil, C. and Röser, J. (2007) ‘Vollendete Veralltäglichung: Die Re-Domestizierung des Fernsehens im dualen Rundfunksystem Deutschlands’, in Röser, J. (Ed.) MedienAlltag. Domestizierungsprozesse alter und neuer Medien. VS, Wiesbaden, pp. 89-101

Peil, C. and Röser, J. (2012) 'Using the Domestication Approach for the Analysis of Diffusion and Participation Processes of New Media'. In: Bilandzic, H., Patriarche, G.and Traudt, P. (Eds): The Social Use of Media. Cultural and Social Scientific Perspectives on Audience Research. [ECREA- Book Series] Bristol/Chicago: intellect, 221-240.

Peil, C. and Röser, J. (2014) 'The Meaning of Home in the Context of Digitization, Mobilization and Mediatization', in Hepp, A. and Krotz, F. (eds) Mediatized Worlds: Culture and Society in the Media Age. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan,  p.233-249.

Pierson, Jo (2004) ‘The Social Dynamics of Professional Domestication’, in Klamer, L (Ed.). Users as Innovators - The Social Dynamics of ICT use. Brussels, COST 269, 2004.

Pierson, J. (2006) ‘Domestication at Work in Small Businesses, in Berker, T, Hartmann, M., Punie, Y and Ward, K. (eds) Domestication of Media and Technologies, Open University Press, Maidenhead, pp.205-26.

Pierson, J., Jacobs, A. & De Marez, L, (2008) 'Archetypical Users as Starting Point for Exploring Wireless City Applications: Linking Domestication and Diffusion Approach', in Pierson, J., Mante-Meijer E., Loos, E. & Sapio, B. (eds.) Innovating for and by users. Brussels: COST 298 - OPOCE, 107-120

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, Vol. 26, pp.330-345.

Read, L. (2000) 'Domesticating the Personal Computer: The Mainstreaming of a New Technology and the Cultural Management of a Widespread Technophobia, 1964-'. Critical studies in media Communication, 2 (17), 159-185.

Richardson, H. (2005) 'Consuming Passions in the Global Knowledge Economy. In D. Howcroft & E. Trauth (Eds.), Handbook of Critical Research in Information Systems (pp. 272-299). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Richardson, H. (2005) 'Making the Links: Domestication of ICTs in the Global Knowledge Economy.' In D. Avison, D. Galletta, & J. I. DeGross (Eds.), Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on Information Systems, Las Vegas, Nevada, December 11-14.

Richardson, H. (2006) 'Space Invaders: Time Raiders: Gendered Technologies in Gendered UK Households’. In J. Kendall, D. Howcroft, E. Trauth, T. Butler, B. Fitzgerald, & J. I. DeGross (Eds.), Social Inclusion: Societal and Organisational Implications for Information Systems.Springer-Verlag.

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Rommes, E. (2002) Gender Scripts and the Internet: The Design and Use of Amsterdam’s Digital City, Twente University Press, Enschede.

Röser, J, (2005) ‘Das Zuhause als Ort der Aneignung digitaler Medien: Domestizierungsprozesse und Ihhe Folgen', Merz Wissenschaft, 49(5), pp.86-96

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