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Southern, J. (2011) Comobility: An experiment in mobilities research and locative art practice. Presented at Mobilities in Motion: New Approaches to Emergent and Future Mobilities 21-23 March 2011, mcentre Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA.

Boyko, C., Buscher, M., Dant, T. and Moore, K. (2010) New IO? Interaction in the networked city (pdf) . Presentation at Futureeverything, Manchester, 14th April 2010.


Lan, K., Voilmy, D., Büscher, M., Hemment, D. (2011 forthcoming) The sociality of stillness. In Haddington, P., Mondada, L., Nevile, M. (2011) Being mobile: Movement as social action. De Gruyter. Draft available here.

Related publications

Boyko, Christopher T. (2008). Are you being served? The impacts of a tourist hallmark event on the place meanings of residents, Event Management, 11(4), 161-177.

Büscher, M. and Mogensen, P.H. (2009) Matereal methods. In: Büscher, M., Goodwin, D. and Mesman, J. (Eds.) Ethnographies of diagnostic work. Perspectives on transformative practice. Palgrave.

Büscher, M., Urry, J., Witchger, K. (Eds.) (2010) Mobile Methods. Routledge.

Büscher M., Urry, J. Mobile Methods and the Empirical. (2009) European Journal of Social Theory 12(1): 99–116.

Büscher M., Coulton, P., Efstratiou, C., Gellersen, H., Hemment, D., Mehmood, R., Sangiorgi, D. (2009) Intelligent mobility systems: Some socio-technical challenges and opportunities. Proceedings of the First International ICST Conference on Communications Infrastructure, Systems and Applications in Europe, 11-13 August 2009, London.

Sangiorgi, D., Hemment, D. and Büscher, M. (2008) Everyday imagination, practices, systems: Designing with people for systemic change. In Conference Proceedings of Changing the change: An international conference on the role and potential of design research in the transition towards sustainability, Torino, 10th - 11th - 12th July 2008.

Büscher M. (2005) ‘Social life under the microscope?’ Sociological Research Online. 10(1)

Cooper, R; Boyko, C and Codinhoto, R (2008) DR-2: The Effect of the Physical Environment on Mental Wellbeing. Foresight Project on Mental Capital and Wellbeing: Making the Most of Ourselves in the 21st Century, London: Government Office for Science

Measham, F. and Moore, K. (2009), Repertoires of Distinction: Exploring Patterns of Weekend Polydrug Use within Local Leisure Scenes across the English Night Time Economy, Criminology and Criminal Justice, 9 (4):437-464.

Measham, F. and Moore, K. (2008), The Criminalisation of Intoxication, in P. Squires (ed.) ASBO Nation: The Criminalisation of Nuisance, Bristol: Policy Press, pp.273-288.

Moore, K (2010), The British 'Mainstream' Post-Rave Trance Scene: Exploring Emotional and Spiritual Expression amongst 'Crasher Clubbers', in S. Collins-Mayo and B. Pink-Dandelion (eds.) Religion and Youth, Aldershot: Ashgate.

Moore, K. (2006), “Sort Drugs, Make Mates”: The Use and Meanings of Mobiles in Club Culture, in B. Brown and K. O’Hara (ed.s) Consuming Music Together: Social and collaborative aspects of music consumption technologies, Netherlands: Springer.

Moore, K. and Miles, S. (2004), Young People, Dance and the Subcultural Consumption of Drugs, Addiction Research and Theory, 12(6):507-524.

Moore, K. (2004), A Commitment to Clubbing, Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice, 16(4):459-465.

Moore, K. and Measham, F. (2008), "It's the most fun you can have for twenty quid": Meanings, Motivations, and Consequences of British Ketamine Use, Addiction Research and Theory, Special Issue: Social and Cultural Aspects of Ketamine Use, 16(3):231-244.

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