Mobile References

References on the Mobile phones (and the use of ICTs when travelling and in public spaces)  

Last updated: 12th March 2014
*= Updated 29th January 2013
** = Updated 12th March 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.

Amagasa, K. (2005) Inner Construction of Keitai Family: Inner Constructions of Today’s Family from the Viewpoint of Keitai Use, Proceedings of the conference ‘Seeing Understanding. Learning in the Mobile Age’, Budapest, 28th -30th April, 2005.

Anderson, B. (2006) 'Passing by and Passing Through’, in Kraut, R, Brynin, M. and Kiesler, S. (eds) Computers, Phones and the Internet. Domesticating Information Technology, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp.32-42

Anderson, B., Gale, C., Gower, A., France, E., Jones, M., Lacohee, H., McWilliam, A., Tracey, K. and Trimby, M. (2002) ‘Digital Living – People-Centred Innovation and Strategy’, BT Technology Journal, Vol.20, No.2, April.

Aoki, K. and Downes, E. (2003) ‘An Analysis of Young People’s Use of and Attitudes towards Cell Phones’, Telematics and Informatics, Vol. 20, No.4, pp.349-64.

Arceneaux, N. (2005) 'The World is a phone Booth: the American Response to Mobile Phones, 1981-2000', Convergence, Vol.11, No.2, 22-31.

Arlt, D., Pöschl, S. and Döring, N. (2007) Getting No Answers? An Experimental Study of Unavailability in SMS Communication, in proceedings of the conference, ‘Towards a Philosophy of Telecommunications Convergence’, 27th-29th September, Budapest.

Arminen, I. (2002) ‘Emergentes, Divergentes: Les Cultures Mobiles’, Réseaux, Vol.20, No.112-113, pp.81-106.

Arminen, I. (2003) ‘Location: a Socially Dynamic Property – A Study of Location Telling in Mobile Phone Calls’, 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.

Arminen, I. (2009) 'New Reasons for Mobile Communication: Intensification of Time-Space Geography in the Mobile Era', in Ling, R. and Campbell, S. (eds) The Reconstruction of Space and Time: Mobile Communication Practices, Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick, pp.89-108.

Bakalis, S, Abeln, M. and Mante-Meijer, E. (1997) ‘The Adoption and Use of Mobile Telephony in Europe’, in Haddon, L. (Ed.) Communications on the Move: The Experience of Mobile Telephony in the 1990s, COST248 Report. Available at http://www.cost269.org/, click on Final Report COST248

Bakke, J. (1997) ‘Competition in Mobile Telephony and Images of Communication’, in Frissen, V. (Ed.) Gender, ITCs and Everyday Life: Mutual Shaping Processes, COST A4, Vol.6, EC, pp.219-29.

Bakken, F. (2005) ‘SMS Use amongst Deaf Teens and Young Adults in Norway’, in Harper, R., Palen, L. and Taylor, A. (eds), The Inside Text: Social, Cultural and Design Perspectives on SMS, Springer, pp. 161-74

Barendregt, B. (2005) The Ghost in the Phone and other Tales of Indonesian Modernity. Paper presented at the International Conference on Mobile Communication and Asian Modernities I, Hong Kong, 7th-8th June.

Barendregt, B. (2005) Hailed, Haunted and Hacked: Mobile Modernities in Contemporary Indonesia, or Stories from the Other End of the Digital Divide? Paper presented at the International Conference on Mobile Communication and Asian Modernities II, Beijing, 20th-21st October.

Baron, N. (2008) ‘Adjusting the Volume: Technology and Multitasking in Discourse Control’, in Katz, J. (Ed.) Handbook of Mobile Communication Studies, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass, pp.177-94

Baron, N. (2008) Text, Talk, or View: How Much of Ourselves do we Reveal? Paper in the proceedings of the conference ‘The Role if New Technologies in Global Societies. Theoretical Reflections, Practical concerns, and its Implications for China, 30th-31st July.

Baron, N. (2008) Always on: Language in an Online and Mobile World,  Oxford University Press,  New York.

*Baron N (2011) 'Concerns about mobile phones: A cross-national study'. First Monday 16(8–1 August 2011).

**Baron, M. (2013) Do mobile technologies reshape speaking, writing, or reading? Mobile Media & Communication, 1(10) pp.134-40.

Baron N and Campbell E (2010) Talking takes too long: Gender and cultural patterns in mobile telephony. Paper for the conference of Association of Internet Researchers. Göteborg, Sweden. October.

Baron, N. and Ling, R. (2007) ‘Emerging Patterns of American Mobile Phone Use: Electronically Mediated Communication in Transition’, in Goggin, G. and Hjorth, L. (eds) Proceedings of the Conference Mobile Media 2007, Sydney, 2nd-4th July, pp.218-30.

Baron, N., Squires, L., Trench, S. and Thompson, M. (2005) ‘Tethered or Mobile? Use of Away Messages in Instant Messaging by American College Students’, in Ling, R. and Pedersen, P. (eds) Mobile Communications: Renegotiation of the Social Sphere, Springer, London, pp.293-312.

Baron, N,  Segerstad, Y., Axelsson A-S., Bohlin, E., Westlund, C., Bolin, E. and Schroeder, R.(2008) 'Swedish Mobile Communication in Cross-Cultural Perspective.' Paper for the 2008 AoIR Conference 'Rethinking Community, Rethinking Places',16th-19th October, IT University, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Barry, M. and Yu, L-A (2002) ‘The Uses and Meaning of I-Mode in Japan’, in Lorente, S. (Edition editor) Revista de Estudios de Juventud, Junio, No.57, pp.151-72.

Batson-Savage, T. (2007) ‘”Hol Awn Mek a Answer Mi Cellular”: Sex, Sexuality and the Cellular Phone in Urban Jamaica’, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, Vol.21, No.2, June, pp.239-52.

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

*Baym NK (2010) Personal Connections in the Digital Age. Malden, MA: Polity.

Bell, G. (2005) ‘The Age of the Thumb: A Cultural Reading of Mobile Technologies from Asia’, in Glotz, P., Bertschi, S. and Locke, C. (eds.) Thumb Culture. The Meaning of Mobile Phones in Society, Transcript, Bielefeld, pp.67-88.

**Bell, G. (2006) The Age of the Thumb: A Cultural Reading of Mobile Technologies in Asia, Knowledge, Technology and Policy, 19 (2) 41-57

**Blair, B. L., & Fletcher, A. C. (2011). “The Only 13-Year-Old on Planet Earth Without a Cell Phone”: Meanings of cell phones in early adolescents’ everyday lives. Journal of Adolescent Research, 26(2), 155–177.

*Bolin G and Westlund O (2009) Mobile generations: The role of mobile technology in the shaping of Swedish media generations. International Journal of Communication, 3: 108–124.

Bond, E. (2011) ‘The mobile phone = bike shed? Children, sex and mobile phones’, New Media and Society, 13(4) 587–604.

Boullier, D. et Chevrier, S. (1994) Quels liens au loin? Publiphonie et Mobilité chez les Grands Voyageurs, CNET, PAA/TSA/UST/4136, Mars.

Broege, S. (2004) CU on IM: Young Adults Motivations for Synchronous Mediated Communication in Germany and the United States, Proceedings of the Conference ‘Mobile Communication and Social Change, October 18-19, Seoul, Korea.

Brown, B. (2001) ‘Studying the Use of Mobile Technology’, in Brown, B., Green, N. and Harper, R. (eds) Wireless World: Social and Interactional Aspects of the Mobile Age, Springer, London, pp.3-13.

Brown, B., Green, N. and Harper, R. (eds) (2001) Wireless World: Social and Interactional Aspects of the Mobile Age, Springer, London.

Byrne, P. (2007) 'Inside the Circle: Using Broadcast SMS in a Sports Club', Observatorio, Vol. 1, No.3, pp.59-72.

Bull. M. (2001) Sounding Out the City: Personal Stereos and the Management of Everyday Life, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Bull, M. (2001) ‘The World according to Sound: Investigating the World of Walkman Users, New Media and Society, June, Vol.3, No.2., pp.179-99

Bull, M. (2005) ‘The Intimate Sounds of Urban Experience. An Auditory Epistemology of Everyday Mobility’, in Nyíri, K. (Ed.) A Sense of Place. The Global and the Local in Mobile Communication, Passagen Verlag, Vienna, pp.169-78.

Bull, M. (2007) Sound Moves: Ipod Culture and Urban Experience, Routledge, London.

Burkart, G. (2000) ‘Mobile Kommunikation. Zur Kulturbedeutung des "Handy"’, Soziale Welt, Vol.51, No.2, pp.209-32.

Bustami, R. and Nasruddin, E. (2007) ‘Three Technological Paradoxes: Power Manifestations of Mobile Phone Usage amongst Malaysians on the Run’, in in Pertierra, R. (Ed.) The Social Construction and Usage of Communication Technologies: Asian and European Experiences, University of the Philippines Press, Quezon City, pp.143-64.

*Cabanes, J. and  Acedera, K (2012) 'Of mobile phones and mother-fathers: Calls, text messages, and conjugalpower relations in mother-away Filipino families', New Media and Society, 14 )6), pp.216-30.

Campbell, M. (2005) ‘The Impact of the Mobile Phone on Young People's Social Life’, in Social Change in the 21st Century. Queensland University of Technology.

Campbell, S. (2008) ‘Mobile Technology and the Body: Apparatgeist, Fashion, and Function’, in Katz, J. (Ed.) Handbook of Mobile Communication Studies, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass, pp.153-64.

**Cambell, S, (2013) 'Mobile media and communication: A new field, or just a new journal? Mobile Media & Communication, 1(1), pp.8-13.

Campbell, S. and Ling R. (eds) (2008) The Reconstruction of Space and Time: Mobile Communication Practices Mobile Communication Research Annual, Vol. 1, Transaction Books, New Jersey:

*Campbell SW and Ling RS (2008) Effects of mobile media. In: Bryant J and Oliver M (eds) Media Effects: Advances in Theory and Research (3rd edn). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 592–606.

Campbell, S. and Park,Y. (2008) 'Social Implications of Mobile Telephony: The Rise of Personal Communication Society', Social Compass, 2 (2) pp.371-387

*Campbell SW and Kwak N (2010b) Mobile communication and social capital: An analysis of geographically differentiated usage patterns. New Media & Society, 12(3):435–451.*Campbell and Kwak, N. (2012) Mobile communication and strong network ties: Shrinking or expanding spheres of public discourse? New Media and Society, 14 (20) pp.262-80.

 

Carmagnat, F. (1995) Les Télécommunications en Situation de Mobilité, Usages et Prospective, CNET PAA/TSA/UST/4141, Janvier.

Carmagnat, F. and Robson, E. (1999) L’Evolution des Usage du Telephone Portable. Paper for the conference ‘Usages and Services in Telecommunications’, Arcachon, 7-9 June.

Caronia, L. and Caron, A. (2004) ‘Constructing a Specific Culture: Young People’s Use of the Mobile Phone as a Social Performance’, Convergence, Vol.10, no.2

Caronia L and Caron AH (2007) Moving Cultures: Mobile Communication in Everyday Life. Montréal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Caronia, L. (2005) 'Mobile Culture: An Ethnography of Cellular Phone Uses in Teenagers' Everyday Life', Convergence: The Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 11(3), pp. 96-103.

Castelain-Meunier, C. (2002) ‘Le Telephone Portable des Étudiants: Un Outil d’Intimité Paradoxale’, Réseaux, Vol.20, No.116, pp.231-55.

Castells, M., Fernandez-Ardevol, M., Qiu, J. L., and Sey, A. (2004) The Mobile Communication Society: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of available Evidence on the Social Uses of Wireless Communication Technology. Paper presented at the International Workshop on Wireless Communication Policies and Prospects: A Global Perspective, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 8th-9th October.

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

Chen, Y-F. and Lever, K. (2005) Relationships among Mobile Phones, Social Networks and Academic Achievements: A Comparison of US and Taiwanese College Students. Proceedings of the conference ‘Seeing, Understanding, Learning in the Mobile Age’, Budapest, 28th -30th April.

Chen, Y-F. and Lever, K. (2006) Teledensity: A Study of Gender Differences in the Use of Mobile Communication Technology on a College Campus. Paper presented at the International Communications Association 56th Annual Conference, Dresden

Chesher, C. (2007) ‘Becoming the Milky Way: Mobile Phones and Actor Networks at a U2 Concert’, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, Vol.21, No.2, June, pp.217-26.

Chipchase, J. (2008) ‘Reducing Illiteracy as a Barrier to Mobile Communication’, in Katz, J. (Ed.) Handbook of Mobile Communication Studies, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass, pp.79-90

Christoffersen, M. (1992) Mobile Telephony in Denmark: From Fishermen to Businessmen. Social Aspects of the NMT-System. Paper presented at the CNET/IDATE seminar: Les Usages Sociaux de la Téléphonie Mobile en Scandinavie, Institut Finlandais, Paris, 30th January.

Chu, W-C. (2008) ‘The Dynamics of Cyber China: The Characteristics of Chinese ICT Use’, Knowledge, Technology and Policy, No. 21, pp29-35.

Chu, W-C. and Yang, S. (2006) ‘Mobile Phones and New Migrant Workers in a South China Village: An Initial analysis of the Interplay between the “Social: and the “Technological”’, in Law, P-L. Fortunati, L. and Yang, S. (eds) New Technologies in Global Societies, World Scientific, Singapore, pp.221-44.

Chung, L-Y. and Lim, S-S (2005) ‘From Monochronic to Mobilechronic. Temporality in the Era of Mobile Communication’, in Nyíri, K. (Ed.) A Sense of Place. The Global and the Local in Mobile Communication, Passagen Verlag, Vienna, pp.267-82

Cohen, A. and Lemish, D. (2002) ‘Real Time and Recall Measures of Mobile Phone Use: Some Methodological Concerns and Empirical Application’, New Media and Society, Vol.5, No.2, pp.167-83.

Cohen, A. and Lemish, D. (2005) ‘When the Bombs Go Off the Mobiles Ring. The Aftermarth of Terrorist Attacks’, in Nyíri, K. (Ed.) A Sense of Place. The Global and the Local in Mobile Communication, Passagen Verlag, Vienna, pp.117-28.

*Cohen A, Lemish D and Schejter AM (2007) The Wonder Phone in the Land of Miracles: Mobile Telephony in Israel. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

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

Contarello, A. and Fortunati, L. (2006) ‘ICTs and the Human Body: A Social Representations Approach’, in Law, P-L. Fortunati, L. and Yang, S. (eds) New Technologies in Global Societies, World Scientific, Singapore, pp.51-74.

Contarello, A. and Fortunati, L. (2007) ‘Social Thinking and the Mobile Phone: A Study of Social Change with the Diffusion of Mobile Phones, Using a Social Representations Framework’, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, Vol.21, No.2, June, pp.149-63.

Cooper, G. (2000) The Mutable Mobile: Social Theory in the Wireless World. Paper presented at the ‘Wireless World’ workshop, University of Surrey, April 7th.

Cooper, G., Green, N., Harper, R. and Murtagh, G. (2001) Mobile Users – Fixed Society? Paper for the conference ‘e-Usages’, Paris, 12-14th June.

Cooper, G., Green, N., Murtagh, G. and Harper, R. (2002) ‘Mobile Society? Technology, Distance and Presence’, in Woolgar, S. (Ed.) Virtual Society? Technology, Cyperbole, Reality, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp.286-301.

COST248 Mobile workgroup (1997) ‘Mobile Telephony in Europe: Histories, Markets and Modes of Use’, in Haddon, L. (Ed.) Communications on the Move: The Experience of Mobile Telephony in the 1990s, COST248 Report. Available at http://www.cost269.org/, click on Final Report COST248

The COST269 Mobility Workgroup (Haddon, L., de Gournay, C., Lohan, M., Östlund, B., Palombini, I, Sapio, B., Kilegran, M.) (2001) From Mobile to Mobility: The Consumption of ICTs and Mobility in Everyday Life, Report for COST269. Available at http://www.cost269.org/, click on Documents, then Mobility

Crabtree, A., Nathan, M and Roberts, S. (2003) Mobile UK. An Ethnographic Investigation into Everyday Uses of Mobile Phones . Paper for the 4th Wireless world Conference, ‘The Mobile Revolution – A Retrospective’ 17th-18th July, Surrey University, Guildford.

Cumiskey, K. (2005) ‘”Surprisingly, Nobody Tried to Caution Her”: Perceptions of Intentionality and the Role of Social Responsibility in the Public Use of Mobile Phones’, in Ling, R. and Pedersen, P. (eds) Mobile Communications: Renegotiation of the Social Sphere, Springer, London, pp.225-36.

Cumiskey, K. (2007) ‘Hidden Meanings: Understanding the Social-Psychological Impact of Mobile Phones through Storytelling’, in Goggin, G. and Hjorth, L. (eds) Proceedings of the Conference Mobile Media 2007, Sydney, 2nd-4th July, pp.85-96.

Daliot-Bul, M. (2007) "Japan's Mobile Technoculture: The production of Cellular Playscape and its Cultural Implications", Media, Culture and Society, Vol.29, No.6, pp.954-71.

Davie, R., Panting, C. and Charlton, T. (2004) ‘Mobile Phone Ownership and Usage Among Pre-Adolescents’, Telematics and Informatics, 21, pp.359-73.

De Gournay, C. (1994) ‘En attendant les Nomades. Téléphonie Mobile et Modes de Vie’, Réseaux, No.65, La Communication Itinérante, Juin.

De Gourney, C. (1996) ‘Waiting for the Nomads’, Réseaux: The French Journal of Communication, Vol.4, No.2, pp.333-50.

De Gourney, C. (1997) Du Téléphone et du Congélateur : Le Communiquer Frais’, Entreprendre la Ville - Nouvelles Temporalités, Nouveaux Services,

De Gourney, C. (2002) ‘Pretence of Intimacy in France’, in Katz, J. and Aakhus, M. (eds) Perpetual Contact: Mobile Communication, Private Talk, Public Performance, Cambridge University Press, pp.193-205.

De Gourney, C. and Smoreda, Z. (2005) ‘Space Bind. The Social Shaping of Communications in Five Urban Areas’, in Nyíri, K. (Ed.) A Sense of Place. The Global and the Local in Mobile Communication, Passagen Verlag, Vienna. pp.71-82.

De Gournay, C., Tarrius, A et Missaoui, L. (1995) Structures d’Usages des Communications chez les Entrepreneurs Circulants, Université de Toulouse-Le Mirail / CNET, RP/PAA/TSA/UST/4446, Août.

De Gourney, C., Tarrius, A. and Missaoui, L. (1997) ‘The Structure of Communication Usage of Travelling Managers’, Haddon, L. (Ed.) Communications on the Move: The Experience of Mobile Telephony in the 1990s, COST248 Report, pp.51-72.Available at http://www.cost269.org/, click on Final Report COST248. 

De Souza e Silva A. (2007) Cell phones and places: The use of mobile technologies in Brazil. In Miller H (ed.) Societies and Cities in the Age of Instant Access. Vienna: Springer, 295–310.

De Souza e Silva, A. (2009) ‘Hybrid reality and location-based gaming: Redefining mobility and game spaces in urban environments’. Simulation & Gaming 40(3): 404–424.

**De Souza e Silva, A. (2013) 'Location-aware mobile technologies: Historical, social and spatial approaches', Mobile Media & Communication, 1(1) pp.116-21.

De Souza e Silva, A. and Sutkom D.M. (2008) ‘Playing life and living play: How hybrid reality games reframe space, play, and the ordinary’. Critical Studies in Media Communication 25(5): 447–465.

De Souza e Silva, A. and Sutko, D.M. (2009) Digital Cityscapes: Merging Digital and Urban Playspaces. New York: Peter Lang.

De Souza e Silva, A., Sutko, D., Salis, F. and de Souza e Silva, C. (2011) ‘Mobile phone appropriation in the favelas of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil’, New Media and Society. 13(3) 411–426.

Dholakia, N. and Zwick, D. (2004) ‘Cultural Contradictions of the Anytime, Anywhere Economy: Reframing Communication Technology’, Telematics and Informatics, Vol. 21, No. 2, pp.123-141.

Dietmar, C. (2005) ‘Mobile Communication in Couple Relationships’, in Nyiri, k. (Ed.) A Sense of Place: The Global and the Local in Mobile Communication, Passagen Verlag, Vienna, pp. 201-8

Diminescu, D., Licoppe, C., Smoreda, Z. and Ziemlicki, C.(2009) 'Tailing Untethered Mobile Users: Studying Urban Mobilities and Communication Practices', in Ling, R. and Campbell, S. (eds) The Reconstruction of Space and Time: Mobile Communication Practices, Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick, pp.17-38.

Dobashi, S. (2005) ‘The Gendered Use of Keitai in Domestic Contexts’, in Ito, M., Okabe, D. and Matsuda, M. (eds) (2005) Personal, Portable, Pedestrian, Mobile Phones in Japanese Life, MIT Press, Mass, pp.219-36.

Dong, Y. and Li, M. (2004) ‘Mobile Communications in China’, International Journal of Mobile Communications, Vol.2, No. 4, pp.395-404.

Donner, J. (2005) What can be Said with a Missed Call? Beeping via Mobile Phones in Sub-Saharan Africa, proceedings of the Conference ‘Seeing, Understanding, Learning in the Mobile Age’, Budapest, 28th -30th April, 2005.

Donner, J. (2005) The Rules of Beeping: Exchanging Messages using Missed Calls on Mobile Phones in Sub-Saharan Africa. Paper presented at the 55th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association: Questioning the Dialogue, New York.

Donner, J. (2005) ‘The Social and Economic Implications of Mobile Telephony in Rwanda: An Ownership/Access Typology’, in Glotz, P., Bertschi, S. and Locke, C. (eds.) Thumb Culture. The Meaning of Mobile Phones in Society, Transcript, Bielefeld, pp.89-100.

Donner, J. (2007) Perspectives on Mobiles and PCs: Attitudinal Convergence and Divergence among Small Businesses in Urban India’, in Goggin, G. and Hjorth, L. (eds) Proceedings of the Conference Mobile Media 2007, Sydney, 2nd-4th July, pp.253-62.

Donner J (2008) Research approaches to mobile use in the developing world: A review of litera¬ture. The Information Society 24: 140–159.

Donner, J., Rangaswamy, N., Wright Stennson, M. and Wei, C. (2008) ‘”Express Yourself” and “Stay Together”: The Middle-Class Indian Family’, in Katz, J. (Ed.) Handbook of Mobile Communication Studies, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass, pp.325-38.

Döring, N. and Gundolf, A. (2005) ‘Your Life in Snapshots: Mobile Weblogs (Moblogs)’, 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. and Pöschl, S. (2009) 'Nonverbal Clues in Mobile Phone Text Messages: The Effects of Chronemics and Proxemics', in Ling, R. and Campbell, S. (eds) The Reconstruction of Space and Time: Mobile Communication Practices, Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick, pp.109-0136.

Döring, N., Hellwig, K. and Klimsa, P. (2005) ‘Mobile Communication among German Youth’, in Nyíri, K. (Ed.) A Sense of Place. The Global and the Local in Mobile Communication, Passagen Verlag, Vienna, pp.209-20.

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.

Du Gay, P., Hall, S., Janes, L., Mackay, H. and Negus, K. (1997) Doing Cultural Studies. The Story of the Sony Walkman, Sage, London

Dugiyama, S. (2008) Mobile Technologies and Everyday Life for Arab Students. Paper presented at The Global and Globalizing Dimensions of Mobile Communication: Developing or Developed, ICA Pre-Conference, May 21st-22nd, Montreal.

Dutton, W. and Nainoa, F. (2002) ’Say Goodbye...Let’s roll: The Social Dynamics of Wireless Networks on September, 11th’, Prometheus, Vol.20, No.3.

Eldridge, M. and Grinter, R. (2001) Studying Text Messaging in Teenagers. Paper presented at the CHI 2001 Workshop on ‘Mobile Communications: Understanding User, Adoption and Design’, April, 1st-2nd, Seattle

*Elliott A and Urry J (2010) Mobile Lives. London: Routledge.

Eickelman, D. (2004) Mobile Telephones as New Media in the Middle East and North Africa: Social and Economic Implications,

proceedings of the Conference ‘Mobile Communication and Social Change, October 18th-19th, Seoul, Korea.

Ellwood-Clayton, B. (2003) ‘Virtual Strangers: Young Love and Texting in the Filipino Archipelago of Cyberspace’, in Nyiri, K (Ed.) Mobile Communication: Social and Political Effects, Vienna: Passagen Verlag.

Ellwood-Clayton, B. (2005) ‘Desire and Loathing in the Cyber Philippines’, in Harper, R., Palen, L. and Taylor, A. (eds), The Inside Text: Social, Cultural and Design Perspectives on SMS, Springer, pp. 195-219

Elwood-Clayton, B. (2005) ‘The Lord is my Textmate. Folk Catholicism in the Cyber-Philippines’, in Nyíri, K. (Ed.) A Sense of Place. The Global and the Local in Mobile Communication, Passagen Verlag, Vienna, pp.251-66.

Farndsworht J. and Austin, T. (2005) Assembling Portable Talk and Mobile Worlds: Sound Technologies and Mobile Social Networkds', Convergence, Vol.11, no.2, pp.14-22.

**Fernández-Ardèvol, M. (2013)  'Deliberate missed calls: A meaningful communication practice for seniors?'  Mobile Media & Communication, 1 (3), pp.285-98.

Fortunati, L. (1997) ‘The Ambiguous Image of the Mobile Phone’, in Haddon, L. (Ed.) Communications on the Move: The Experience of Mobile Telephony in the 1990s, COST248 Report, pp.121-48. Available at http://www.cost269.org/, click on Final Report COST248

Fortunati, L. (2000) The Mobile Phone: New Social Categories and Relations  Paper presented at the seminar ‘Sosiale Konsekvenser av Mobiltelefoni’, organised by Telenor, 16th June, 2000, Oslo.

Fortunati, L. (2000) The Mobile Phone between Orality and Writing. Paper for the conference ‘e-Usages’, Paris, 12-14th June.

Fortunati, L. (2001) ‘The Mobile Phone: An Identity on the Move’, Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, Vol. 5, Issue 2, pp.85-98.

Fortunati, L. (2001) ‘Italy: Stereotypes, True and False’, in Katz, J. and Aakhus, M. (eds) Perpetual Contact: Mobile Communication, Private Talk, Public Performance, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp.42-63.

Fortunati, L. (2002) ‘The Mobile Phone: Towards New Categories and Social Relations’, Information, Communication & Society, Vol. 5, No.4 pp. 513-528.

Fortunati, L (2001) ‘The Mobile Phone Between Orality and Writing’, (2001), ‘The Mobile Phone Between Orality and Writing’, Proceedings from the conference ‘e-Usages’, International Conference on Uses and Services in Telecommunications (CUST) , Paris, 12-14th June, France Telecom, pp.312-21.

Fortunati, L. (2005) ‘Mobile Telephone and the Presentation of Self’, in Ling, R. and Pedersen, P. (eds) Mobile Communications: Renegotiation of the Social Sphere, Springer, London, pp.203-18.

Fortunati, L. (2005) ‘The Mobile Phone. Local and Global Dimensions’, in Nyíri, K. (Ed.) A Sense of Place. The Global and the Local in Mobile Communication, Passagen Verlag, Vienna, pp.61-70.

Fortunati, L. (2005) ‘The Mobile Phone as Technological Artefact’, in Glotz, P., Bertschi, S. and Locke, C. (eds.) Thumb Culture. The Meaning of Mobile Phones in Society, Transcript, Bielefeld, pp.149-60

Fortunati, L. (2005) ‘Mobile Phones and Fashion in Post-Modernity’, Telektronikk, 3.

Fortunati, L. (2005) Mainstream Mobiles and the Fourth Communicative Revolution. Paper for the workshop ‘Technology, Tine and Everyday Life’, Oxford Internet Institute, 25th November.

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