Mobile Visual References

The following is a subset of the references from the mobile bibliography that specifically have a visual element – e.g. MMS, mobile video, TV on mobile phones. However, it also includes some non-empirical studies which reflect on, for example, Cameraphone practices.

Last updated 29th January 2013
** = Updated 29th January 2013
* = Update 17th May 2012

Batterbee, K. and Kurvinen, E. (2005) ‘Supporting Creativity – Co-experience in Mobile Multimedia Messaging’, in Haddon, L, Mante, E., Sapio, B., Kommonen, K-H, Fortunati, L. and Kant, A. (eds) Everyday Innovators, Researching the Role of Users in Shaping ICTs, Springer, Dordrect, pp.71-85.

Castells, M., Fernandez-Ardevol, M., Qiu, J. L., and Sey, A. (2006) Mobile Communication and Society: A Global Perspective, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.

Colombo, F. and Scifo, B. (2005) ‘The Social Shaping of New Mobile Devices among Italian Youth’, in Haddon, L, Mante, E., Sapio, B., Kommonen, K-H, Fortunati, L. and Kant, A. (eds) Everyday Innovators, Researching the Role of Users in Shaping ICTs, Springer, Dordrect, pp.86-103.

**David G (2010) 'Camera phone images, videos and live streaming: A contemporary visual trend'. Visual Studies 25(1): 89–98.

Döring, N. and Gundolf, A. (2005) ‘Your Life in Snapshots: Mobile Weblogs (Mobilogs)’, in Glotz, P., Bertschi, S. and Locke, C. (eds) Thumb Culture. The Meaning of Mobile Phones in Society, Transcript, Bielefeld, pp.211-224.

Döring, N., Dietmar, C., Hein, A. and Hellwig, K. (2005) Contents, Forms and Functions of Interpersonal Messages in Online and Mobile Communications, Proceedings of the conference ‘Seeing, Understanding, Learning in the Mobile Age’, Budapest, 28th -30th April.

Fortunati, L. and Pozzobon, F. (2006) Media Mobiles: When Interpersonal Media Become Mass Media. Paper presented at the ICA pre-conference, ‘After the Mobile Phone’, 16th-18th June, University of Erfurt.

Gai, B. (2007) 'A Local Study of the Camera Phone: The Usage Pattern and Beyond', in Goggin, G. and Hjorth, L. (eds) Proceedings of the Conference Mobile Media 2007, Sydney, 2nd-4th July, pp.198-207.

Gai, B. (2009) ‘A World Through the Camera Phone Lens: A Case Study of Beijing Camera Phone Use’, Knowledge, Technology and Policy, No. 22, pp.195–204.

Gye, L. (2005) Picture This: The Mobile Camera Phones and Family Photography. Paper presented at the Vital Signs conference, ACMI, Melbourne, September 8th.

Gye, L. (2007) ‘Picture This: The Impact of Mobile Camera Phones on Personal Photographic Practices’, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, Vol.21, No.2, June, pp.279-88.

Haddon, L. (2007) More than a Phone: Emerging Practices in Mobile Phone Use amongst Children, in proceedings of the conference, Communication in the 21st Century: The Mobile Information Society, 27th-29th September, Budapest.

Haddon, L. and Kim, S-D. (2007) ‘Mobile Phones and Web-based Social Networking - Emerging Practices in Korea with Cyworld’, The Journal of the Communications Network, Vol.6, No.1, January-March.

Hjorth, L. (2007) ‘Snapshots of Almost Contact: The Rise of Camera Phone Practices and a Case Study of Seoul, Korea’, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, Vol.21, No.2, June, pp.227-38.

Ito, M. (2005) Intimate Visual Co-Presence, Pervasive Image Capture and Sharing Workshop, Ubiquitous Computing Conference, Tokyo.

Ito, M. (2006) ‘Japanese Media Mixes and Amateur Cultural Exchange’, in Buckingham, D. and Willet, W. (eds) Digital Generations, Lawrence Erlbaum, Mahwah, NJ.

Ito, M. and Okabe, D. (2005) Intimate Visual Co-Presence, Paper presented at UbiComp 2005, September 11th-14th , Takanawa Prince Hotel, Tokyo, Japan, http://www.itofisher.com/mito/

Ito, M. and Okabe, D. (2006) ‘Everyday Contexts of Camera Phone Use: Steps Towards Technosocial Ethnographic Frameworks’, in Höflich, J. and Hartmann, M. (eds) Mobile Communication in Everyday Life: An Ethnographic View, Frank and Timme, Berlin

Kato, F. (2005) Seeing the Seeing of Others: Conducting a Field Study with Mobile Phones/Camera Phones, Proceedings of the conference ‘Seeing, Understanding, Learning in the Mobile Age’, Budapest, 28th -30th April.

Kato, F., Okabe, D., Ito, M, and Uemoto, R. (2005) ‘Uses and Possibilities of the Keitai Camera , in Ito, M., Matsuda, M. and Okabe, D. (eds) Personal, Portable, Pedestrian, Mobile Phones in Japanese Life, MIT Press, Mass, pp.300-10.

Koskinen, I. (2004) Seeing with Mobile Images: Towards the Perpetual Visual Contact, Proceedings of the conference ‘The Global and the Local in Communication: Places, Images, People, Connections’, Budapest, 10th -12th June 2004.

Koskinen, I. (2007) Mobile Media in Action, Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick.

Koskinen, I. (2008) 'Mobile Multimedia: Uses and Social Consequences’, in Katz, J. (Ed.) Handbook of Mobile Communication Studies, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass, pp.241-56.

Koskinen, I. (2008) Mobile Multimedia 2.0? Presentation at the conference ‘The Role if New Technologies in Global Societies. Theoretical Reflections, Practical concerns, and its Implications for China, Hong Kong, 30th-31st July.

Koskinen, I., Kurvinen, E. and Lehtonen, T-K (2002) Mobile Image, Edita Publishing Inc., IT Press, Finland.

Lee, D-H. (2009) ‘Mobile Snapshots and Private/Public Boundaries’, Knowledge, Technology and Policy, No.22, pp.161–171.

Lasén, A. & Gómez-Cruz, E. (2009) ‘Digital Photography and Picture Sharing: Redefining the Public/Private Divide’, Knowledge, Technology and Policy, No. 22, pp.205–215.

**Lillie, J. (2012) 'Nokia's MMS: A cultural analysis of mobile picture messaging', New Media and Society, 14 (1) pp. 80-97.

Ling, R. and Julsrud, T. (2005) ‘Grounded Genres in Multimedia Messaging’, in Nyíri, K. (Ed.) A Sense of Place. The Global and the Local in Mobile Communication, Passagen Verlag, Vienna, pp.329-38.

Ling, R., Julsrud, T. and Yttri, B (2005) ‘Nascent Communication Genres within SMS and MMS’, in Harper, R., Palen, L. and Taylor, A. (eds) The Inside Text, Springer, Dordrecht, pp.75-100.

Ok, H. (2005) Cinema in you hand, Cinema in the Street: The Aesthetics of Convergence in Korean Mobile(phone) Cinema, Proceedings of the conference ‘Seeing, Understanding, Learning in the Mobile Age’, Budapest, 28th -30th April.

Okabe, D. (2004) Emergent Social Practices, Situations and Relations through Everyday Camera Phone Use, Proceedings of the Conference ‘Mobile Communication and Social Change, October 18-19, Seoul, Korea. Available at http://www.itofisher.com/mito/archives/okabe_seoul.pdf

Okabe, D. and Ito, M. (2006) ‘Everyday Contexts of Cameraphone Use: Steps Toward Technosocial Ethnographic Frameworks’, in Höfflich, J. and Hartmann, M. (eds) Mobile Communication in Everyday Life: Ethnographic Views, Observations and Reflections, Frank and Timme, Berlin.

Okada, T. (2005) ‘Youth Culture and the Shaping of Japanese Mobile Media: Personalization and the Keitai Internet as Multimedia’, in Ito, M., Okabe, D. and Matsuda, M. (eds) Personal, Portable, Pedestrian, Mobile Phones in Japanese Life, MIT Press, Mass, pp.41-60.

Oksman, V. (2005) ‘MMS and Its “Early Adopters” in Finland’, in Nyíri, K. (Ed.) A Sense of Place. The Global and the Local in Mobile Communication, Passagen Verlag, Vienna. pp.349-62.

Oksman, V. (2005) Mobile Video Exploring the Role of Living Image, Proceedings of the conference ‘Seeing, Understanding, Learning in the Mobile Age’, Budapest, 28th -30th April.

**Oksman, V. (2006) ‘Mobile Visuality and Everyday Life in Finland, An Ethnographic Approach to Social Uses of Mobile Images’, in Höfflich, J. and Hartmann, M. (eds) Mobile Communication in Everyday Life: Ethnographic Views, Observations and Reflections, Frank and Timm, Berlin, pp. 103-19

Nightingale, V. (2007) ‘The Cameraphone and Online Image Sharing’, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, Vol.21, No.2, June, pp.289-302.

Rantavuo, H. (2005) ‘The Mobile Multimedia Phone and Artistic Expression: A Case Study of Moby Click’, in Haddon, L, Mante, E., Sapio, B., Kommonen, K-H, Fortunati, L. and Kant, A. (eds) Everyday Innovators, Researching the Role of Users in Shaping ICTs, Springer, Dordrect, pp.136-50.

Rantavuo, H. (2007) Playing with Broadband: Circulating Digital Snapshots. Paper for the conference The Good, the Bad and the Unexpected: The User and the Future of Information and Communication Technologies, Institute of the Information Society, Moscow, Russian Federation, 23rd-25th May.

Rantavuo, H. (2007) Transitory Tools: Cameraphone Photos and the Internet, in proceedings of the conference, Communication in the 21st Century: The Mobile Information Society, 27th-29th September, Budapest.

Rivère, C., (2004) The Mobile Camera Phones: A New Form of Being Together in Daily Interpersonal Communication, Proceedings of the Conference ‘Mobile Communication and Social Change, October 18th-19th, Seoul, Korea.

Rivère, C. (2005) Seeing and Writing on a Mobile Phone: New Forms of Sociability in Daily Communications, Proceedings of the conference ‘Seeing, Understanding, Learning in the Mobile Age’, Budapest, 28th -30th April, 2005

Rivère, C. (2005)’Mobile Camera Phones: A New Form of “Being Together” un Daily Interpersonal Communication, in Ling, R. and Pedersen, P. (eds) Mobile Communications: Renegotiation of the Social Sphere, Springer, London, pp.167-86

Scifo, B. (2005) ‘The Domestication of Camera-Phone and MMS Communication. The Early Experiences of Young Italians’, in Nyíri, K. (Ed.) A Sense of Place. The Global and the Local in Mobile Communication, Passagen Verlag, Vienna, pp.363-74.

Scifo, B. (2009) ‘The Sociocultural Forms of Mobile Personal Photographs in a Cross-Media Ecology: Reflections Starting from the Young Italian Experience’, Knowledge, Technology and Policy, No. 22, pp.185–194.

Son, M. (2009) ‘Cultures of Ambivalence: An Investigation of College Students’ Uses of the Camera Phone and Cyworld’s Mini-Hompy’, Knowledge, Technology and Policy, No. 22, pp.173–184.

Van House, N. and Davis, M.(2005) The Social Life of Cameraphone Images, Proceedings of the Pervasive Image Capture and Sharing: New Social Practices and Implications for Technology Workshop (PICS 2005) at the Seventh International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp 2005) Tokyo, Japan, http://garage.sims.berkeley.edu/pub.cfm

Van House, N., Davis, M., Ames, M., Finn, m. and Viswanathan, V. (2005) The Uses of Personal Networked Digital imaging: An Empirical Study of Cameraphone Photos and Sharing, Proceedings of CHI 2005, Portland, Oregon, April, ACM Press, 1853-56.

Viswanathan, V. (2005) The Uses of Personal Networked Digital Imaging: An Empirical Study of Cameraphone Photos and Sharing, Extended Abstracts of the Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2005) Portland, Oregon, ACM Press, 1853-1856. http://garage.sims.berkeley.edu/pub.cfm

Wilhelm, A., Yuri T., Risto S., Van House, N. and Davis, M. (2004), Photo Annotation on a Camera Phone, presented at CHI2004, 24-29 April, Vienna, Austria, Extended abstracts: 1403 - 06.

Wood, k. and Moulton, S. (2007) Consequences of Camera Phones in Today’s Society’, in Larsen, K. and Voronovich, Z. (eds) Convenient of Invasive: The Information Age, Boudler, Ethicas Publishing, pp.200-209

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