Research and Publications
 

Mobility

 
   

 

Green, N. (forthcoming) ‘Outwardly Mobile: Young People and Mobile Technologies’ in James Katz (ed) Machines that become us: The Social Context of Personal Communication Technology New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction Publishers.

Cooper, G, Green, N, Harper, R and Murtagh, G. (forthcoming) The Mobile Society: technology and social action London: Berg.

Green, N. (forthcoming) ‘Information Ownership and Control in Mobile Technologies’ Reseaux (in French)

Brown, B, Green, N and Harper, R. (eds)(2002) Wireless World: Social and Interactional Aspects of the Mobile Age London: Springer-Verlag.

Green, N. (2002) ‘On the Move: technology, mobility, and the mediation of social time and space’. The Information Society Vol 18, No. 4.

Green, N. (2002) ‘Who’s Watching Whom? Surveillance, Regulation and Accountability in Mobile Relations’ in Barry Brown, Nicola Green, and Richard Harper. (eds) Wireless World: Social, Cultural and Interactional Issues in Mobile Communications and Computing London: Springer-Verlag.

Smith, S. (2001) ‘“Until There’s Evidence There’s No Comment”: Risk, Fear and the Mobile Phone’ in Hugh Brown et al (ed) Politics of a Digitial Present: An Inventory of Australian Net Culture, Criticism and Theory Melbourne: Fibreculture Publicatiions: pp. 125- 136.

Smith, S. (1998). ‘“Advertising is the Official art of Advanced Capitalism”: Mobile Telephony and the Interpellated Subject.’ Social Alternatives Vol.17, No.4: pp. 40-44.