Items where SHU Author is "Lockley, Eleanor"
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YATES, Simeon, KIRBY, John and LOCKLEY, Eleanor (2015). Digital media use: differences and inequalities in relation to class and age. Sociological research online, 20 (4), p. 12.
YATES, Simeon, KIRBY, John and LOCKLEY, Eleanor (2015). Digital divides in the UK : separating issues of life stage, class, access and use. In: Communication across the Life Span., San Juan, Porto Rico, 21-24 May 2015. (In Press)
YATES, Simeon J, KIRBY, John and LOCKLEY, Eleanor (2015). ‘Digital-by-default’: reinforcing exclusion through technology. In: FOSTER, Liam, BRUNTON, Anne, DEEMING, Chris and HAUX, Tina, (eds.) In defence of welfare 2. Bristol, Policy Press..
YATES, Simeon, KIRBY, John, LOCKLEY, Eleanor and POTTS, Susan (2015). Affordances, effectivities and efficacies : theorising digital engagements. In: MeCCSA Annual Conference : Generations, Northumbria University., 7-9 January 2015.
YATES, Simeon, KIRBY, John, LOCKLEY, Eleanor and POTTS, Susan (2015). Digital cultural capital. In: MeCCSA Annual Conference : Generations, Northumbria University., 7-9 January 2015.
CROALL, Helen, CRONE, Stephen, LOCKLEY, Eleanor, TAYLOR, Ben and YATES, Simeon (2015). Sheffield Doc/Fest : digital art spaces research and development report. Project Report. London, Digital R&D Fund for the Arts.
YATES, Simeon, KIRBY, John and LOCKLEY, Eleanor (2014). Digital inclusion and exclusion : engaging communities and local government. In: ICA Seattle Preconference: Communication and "The Good Life" : Around the World After Two Decades of the Digital Divide, Seattle, Washington, 22-25 May 2014.
YATES, Simeon, KIRBY, John and LOCKLEY, Eleanor (2014). Supporting digital engagement : final report to Sheffield City Council. Project Report. Liverpool, Institute of Cultural Capital. (Unpublished)
GREEN, Geff and LOCKLEY, Eleanor (2014). Surveillance without borders : the case of Karen refugees in Sheffield. In: AKHGAR, Babak and ARABNIA, Hamid R., (eds.) Emerging trends in ICT security. Emerging Trends in Computer Science & Applied Computing (1). Waltman, MA, Morgan Kaufmann, 519-533.
GREEN, Geff and LOCKLEY, Eleanor (2013). From bullets to blogs : how the Karen of Sheffield had their new ‘weapons’ turned against them. In: Intersectional Conflict and Dialogue in Transnational Migrant and Digital Diaspora Networks, Hull, UK, 11-12 April 2013.
BOWEN, Simon, MCSEVENY, Kerry, LOCKLEY, Eleanor, WOLSTENHOLME, Dan, COBB, Mark and DEARDEN, Andy (2013). How was it for you? Experiences of participatory design in the UK health service. CoDesign, 9 (4), 230-246.
GREEN, Geff and LOCKLEY, Eleanor (2012). Communication practices of the Karen in Sheffield: Seeking to navigate their three zones of displacement. Asian Journal of Communication, 22 (6), 566-583.
LOCKLEY, Eleanor and GREEN, Geff (2012). Surveillance without borders : the case of Karen refugees in Sheffield. In: 5th Biannual Surveillance and Society Conference "Watch This Space: Surveillance Futures", Sheffield, UK, 2-4 April.
RODRIGUEZ, Liliana and LOCKLEY, Eleanor (2012). Interdisciplinary working in service design: case studies for designing touch points. In: ServDes 2012, Helsinki, Fimland, 08-10 February 2012.
LOCKLEY, Eleanor (2009). Interaction management strategies for mobile phone use in public. In: 1st Autumn Conference of Interpersonal Communication and Social Interaction Section of ECREA, University of Tampere, Finland, 21 - 23 Oct 2009. (Unpublished)
URUCHURTU, Elizabeth, LOCKLEY, Eleanor, ROAST, Chris and DE BLEECKER, Inge (2009). Usability evaluation of OpenWeb transcoding. In: 11th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services, Bonn, Germany, 15-18 September, 2009. (Unpublished)
LOCKLEY, Eleanor (2009). The face of the phone: studies of public and private mobile-phone use. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.
YATES, Simeon and LOCKLEY, Eleanor (2008). Moments of separation: gender, (not so remote)relationships, and the mobile phone. In: JONES, Samantha, (ed.) Remote relationships in a small world. Digital Formations (41). New York ; Oxford, Peter Lang Publishing, 74-97.