Items where SHU Author is "Green, Geff"
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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.
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.
DOLAH, Shahrizal, RUST, Chris and GREEN, Geff (2011). How may designers create furniture that allows meaningful place-making in a modern office?: Case study in the Malaysian office environment. In: 4th World Conference on Design Research, IASDR, Amsterdam, October 31 - November 4. (Submitted)
GREEN, Geff and KHAIRANI, Zahuri (2009). Repositioning Pua Kumbu and Batik through artistic practice : 'globalising' the local by drawing upon diverse Malaysian cultural forms. In: International Conference on the Arts in Society, Venice, Italy, 28-31 July 2009. (Unpublished)
EDWARDS, Kirstie, YATES, Simeon, DUJARDIN, Anne-Florence and GREEN, Geff (2008). Writing research into professional e-mail communication. In: ZEMLIANSKY, Pavel and ST. AMANT, Kirk, (eds.) Handbook of research on virtual workplaces and the new nature of business practices. Hershey, Pennsylvania, IGI Global, 364-381.
GREEN, Geff (2005). The significance of Island of Demons and Kriss: The Bali sub-genre of the South-Seas Films, their primitivist discourse and tropicalist fantasy. Asian Cinema, 16 (1), 46-70.