Janine MorleySenior Research Associate
My research is inspired by theories of technological and social change, which I apply and develop in relation to sustainability, digital technologies and data in everyday life. Much of my work is interdisciplinary and collaborative, and involves a combination of methods, including fine-grained energy and environmental sensor data, interviews and diaries. As a sociologist, I use this research to advance theories of practice, as well as contributing sociological insights and approaches to the fields of energy research and human computer interaction.
My current research, as part of the DEMAND Centre at Lancaster University, investigates the changing roles of digital devices and services in the home, the implications for shifting patterns of energy demand and their relevance for climate change and energy policy.
Selected Publications Show all 9 publications
Demand in my pocket: mobile devices and the data connectivity marshalled in support of everyday practice
Lord, C., Hazas, M., Clear, A., Bates, O., Morley, J., Friday, A. 04/2015 In: CHI '15 Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. New York : ACM p. 2729-2738. 10 p.
Towards an holistic view of the energy and environmental impacts of domestic media and IT
Bates, O., Hazas, M., Friday, A., Morley, J., Clear, A.K. 2014 In: CHI '14 Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. New York : ACM p. 1173-1182. 10 p.
Accounting for Energy-Reliant Services within Everyday Life at Home
Bates, O., Clear, A., Friday, A., Hazas, M., Morley, J. 18/06/2012 In: Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Pervasive Computing (Pervasive 2012). Berlin : Springer Verlag p. 107-124. 18 p.
The significance of difference: understanding variation in household energy consumption
Morley, J., Hazas, M. 2011 In: eceee Proceedings 2011 Summer Study. eceee p. 2037-2046. 10 p.