Immersive Cartography and Post-Qualitative Inquiry: A Speculative Adventure in Research-Creation

Immersive Cartography and Post-Qualitative Inquiry introduces immersive cartography as a transdisciplinary approach to social inquiry in an age of climate change and technological transformation. Drawing together innovative theories and practices...

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Parallel Societies of International Students in Australia: Connections, Disconnections, and a Global Pandemic

Parallel Societies of International Students in Australia explores the social and cultural spaces that international students occupy in a destination country. It specifically examines the connections international students make and...

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Religion, Hypermobility and Digital Media in Global Asia: Faith, Flows and Fellowship

Digital media is changing the ways in which religion is practiced, understood, proselytised and countered. Religious institutions and leaders use digital media to engage with their congregations who now are...

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Digital Experiences of International Students: Challenging Assumptions and Rethinking Engagement

Exploring the impact of the digital environment on international students, carefully selected global contributors examine how digital experiences have been used to internationalize higher education. Using fascinating case studies and...

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The Lure of the Social: Encounters with Contemporary Artists

The Lure of the Social is an intimate and personal exploration into the key individuals, institutions, and gatherings that make up the field of socially engaged art. In this book of...

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Tumblr

Launched in 2007, tumblr became a safe haven for LGBT youth, a launch pad for social justice movements, a NSFW rabbithole, and a counselling station for mental health issues. For...

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Journal Articles >>

  • Mclaughlin, T. , Kennedy, B. , Harris, A. , Hamilton, M. , Richardson, J. & Holman Jones, S. 2021, ‘(In Press) Online and social media resilience in young people in vulnerable contexts’, Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies, pp. 1 – 12.

    10.1080/17450128.2020.1849886
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  • Scarlata, A. , Lobato, R. & Cunningham, S. 2021, ‘Producing Local Content in International Waters: The Case of Netflix’s Tidelands’, Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, vol. 35, no.1, pp. 137 – 150.

    10.1080/10304312.2021.1884654
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  • Horst, H. , Sinanan, J. & Hjorth, L. 2021, ‘Storing and sharing: Everyday relationships with digital material’, New Media and Society, vol. 23, no.4, pp. 657 – 671.

    10.1177/1461444820953517
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  • Hickey-Moody, A. , Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles, A. , Rousell, D. & Hartley, S. 2021, ‘Children’s Carbon Cultures’, Cultural Studies – Critical Methodologies, pp. 1 – 11.

    10.1177/1532708621997582
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Book chapters >>

  • Torres, C. & Manyozo, L. 2019, ‘Asian Contributions to Communication for Development and Social Change’ in Handbook of Communication for Development and Social ChangeSpringer, Singapore, pp. 1 – 21.

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  • Cover, R. 2019, ‘Understanding Anger: Ethical Responsiveness and the Cultural Production of Celebrity Masculinities’ in #MeToo and the Politics of Social ChangeSpringer Nature , Cham, Switzerland, pp. 301 – 315.

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  • Cover, R. 2019, ‘The Proliferation of Gender and Sexual Identities, Catergories and Labels among Young People: Emergent Taxonomies’ in Youth, Sexuality and Sexual CitizenshipRoutledge, London, United Kingdom, pp. 278 – 290.

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  • Abidin, C. & Cover, R. 2019, ‘Gay, Famous and Working Hard on YouTube: Influencers, Queer microcelebrity publics, and Discursive activism’ in Youth, Sexuality and Sexual CitizenshipRoutledge, Abingdon, United Kingdom, pp. 217 – 231.

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  • Markham, A. , Stavrova, S. & Schlüter, M. 2019, ‘Netflix, Imagined Affordances, and the Illusion of Control’ in Netflix at the Nexus: Content, Practice, and Production in the Age of Streaming TelevisionPeter Lang AG , Switzerland, pp. 29 – 46.

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  • Rousell, D. , Lasczik, A. , Irwin, R. , Peisker, J. , Ellis, D. & Hotko, K. 2019, ‘Site/Sight/Insight: Becoming a Socioecological Learner Through Collaborative Artmaking Practices’ in Touchstones for Deterritorializing Socioecological Learning: The Anthropocene, Posthumanism and Common Worlds as Creative MilieuxSpringer Nature, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 163 – 187.

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  • Rousell, D. 2019, ‘Walking with Media: Towards a mixed reality pedagogy in university learning environments’ in People, Personal Data and the Built EnvironmentSpringer, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 205 – 229.

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  • Kilby, J. & Berry, M. 2019, ‘Wayfaring, Co-presence and mobility: Conceptualising and Re-Conceptualising with Smartphones’ in The Palgrave Handbook of Screen ProductionSpringer International Publishing AG, London, pp. 117 – 128.

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  • Wong, J. , Balmford, W. , Hjorth, L. & Richardson, I. 2019, ‘Mobility through Games: Asian international students and gaming cultures in Melbourne’ in Video Games and the Global SouthETC Press, Pittsburgh, United States, pp. 257 – 268.

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  • Kelly, P. & Berry, M. 2019, ‘Appeasing the Trolls: Contextualising New Screen Practices with Smartphones’ in The Palgrave Handbook of Screen ProductionSpringer, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 389 – 399.

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  • Gomes, C. & Tan, J. 2019, ‘Christianity as the Sixth Aspirational ‘C’: Megachurches and the Changing Landscape of Religion, Prosperity, and Wealth in Singapore’ in Money and Moralities Contemporary AsiaAmsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, pp. 213 – 240.

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  • Powell, A. , Flynn, A. & Henry, N. 2019, ‘Sexual Violence in Digital Society: Understanding the Human and Technosocial Factors’ in The Human Factor of CybercrimeRoutledge, New York, pp. 134 – 155.

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  • Lewis, T. 2019, ‘Digital Connectivity’ in The Oxford Handbook of Global StudiesOxford University Press, New York, United States, pp. 561 – 578.

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  • Potts, J. & Rennie, E. 2019, ‘Web3 and the creative industries: How blockchain is reshaping business models’ in A Research Agenda for Creative IndustriesEdward Elgar, Cheltenham, United Kingdom, pp. 93 – 111.

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  • Keogh, B. , Brunt, S. & Giuffre, L. 2019, ‘Sounds Like Australia? Listening to Australia’s Eurovision Song Performances’ in Eurovision and Australia: Interdisciplinary Perspectives from Down UnderPalgrave Macmillan, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 101 – 121.

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  • Lobato, R. 2019, ‘Writing about streaming portals: The drama of distribution’ in Writing about screen mediaRoutledge, London, United Kingdom, pp. 159 – 162.

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  • Rennie, E. 2019, ‘Digital repertoires in Australia’s remote Aboriginal communities’ in Location Technologies in International ContextTaylor and Francis, United Kingdom, pp. 31 – 42.

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  • Meese, J. , Wilken, R. & Mow, I. 2019, ‘Uneven Topologies of Communication: Mobiles and Transnational Location in Samoa’ in Location Technologies in International ContextTaylor and Francis, United Kingdom, pp. 93 – 107.

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  • Guntarik, O. & Bellote, C. 2021, ‘After Life: Laying Flower Memes on My Mother’s Grave and the Recollective Realm of Life after Death’ in Beyond the VeilBerghahn Books, United States, pp. 429 – 482.

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  • Lewis, T. & Vodeb, O. 2021, ‘Melbourne: Care, Ethics, and Social Enterprise Meet Global Café Culture’ in Global Brooklyn: Designing Food Experiences in World CitiesBloomsbury Publishing, London, United Kingdom, pp. 58 – 73.

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  • Berry, M. & Batty, C. 2021, ‘Using fiction in and for research: embodied experiences, performative data, engagement and imact’ in Handbook of Qualitative Research Methodologies in Workplace ContextsEdward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK, pp. 99 – 113.

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  • Coombs, G. 2021, ‘Gardens and Grains Design Activations in the Public Realm’ in The Routledge Companion to Art in the Public RealmRoutledge, London, pp. 58 – 68.

  • Holcombe-James, I. & Rennie, E. 2021, ‘Survey-based research in remote Indigenous communities: considerations for methods’ in Field Guide to Intercultural ResearchEdward Elgar , United Kingdom, pp. 54 – 67.

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  • Hall, S. , Sou, G. & Pottinger, L. 2021, ‘Ethical considerations in creative research: Design, delivery & dissemination’ in Creative Methods for Human GeographersSage Publications Limited, United Kingdom, pp. 49 – 60.

  • Rousell, D. & Hickey-Moody, A. 2021, ‘Speculative and symbolic forms of expression: New practices in community arts education’ in Debates in art and design educationRoutledge, Oxon, UK, pp. 82 – 104.

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  • Balmford, W. , Hjorth, L. & Richardson, I. 2021, ‘Supervised Play: Intimate Surveillance and Children’s Mobile Media Usage’ in The Routledge Companion to Digital Media and ChildrenRoutledge, United States, pp. 185 – 194.

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  • Lewis, T. 2021, ‘Food politics and the media in digital times: researching household practices as forms of digital food activism’ in Research Methods for Digital Food StudiesRoutledge, United Kingdom, pp. 00 – 00.

  • Lewis, T. & Vodeb, O. 2021, ‘Melbourne: Care, ethics and social enterprise meets ‘global’ café culture’ in Global BrooklynBloomsbury Academic, United Kingdom, pp. 58 – 73.

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  • Lewis, T. , Wilken, R. & Rauturier, F. 2021, ‘New temporalities of everyday life in Australian suburbia: cultural and material economies of hard rubbish reuse’ in The Temporalities of WasteRoutledge, Abingdon, Oxon, UK, pp. 239 – 252.

  • Coombs, G. 2020, ‘Trojan Horse: An (Incomplete) Lexicon of Art on Wheels’ in The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media ArtRoutledge, London, pp. 284 – 295.

  • Rousell, D. 2020, ‘The Mesh of Playing and Researching in the Reality of Climate Change: Children’s Research Play Spaces’ in Research Handbook on Childhoodnature: Assemblages of Childhood and Nature ResearchSpringer, Switzerland, pp. 199 – 222.

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  • Hjorth, L. , Richardson, I. & Piera-Jimenez, J. 2020, ‘Haptic Play: Understanding Hybrid Play through Pokemon GO’ in Hybrid Play: Crossing Boundaries in Game Design, Players Identities and Play SpacesRoutledge, United Kingdom, pp. 1 – 14.

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  • Richardson, I. 2020, ‘Ambient Play and Background Gaming: Reflecting on Quotidian Creative Practices’ in The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media ArtRoutledge, United States, pp. 226 – 235.

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  • Hjorth, L. & Richardson, I. 2020, ‘Ambient Play: Understanding Mobile Games in Everyday Life’ in The Oxford Handbook of Mobile Communication and SocietyOxford University Press, United Kingdom, pp. 1 – 20.

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  • Hjorth, L. & Richardson, I. 2020, ‘Playing’ in Transmissions: Critical Tactics for Making and Communicating ResearchMIT Press, Massachusetts, United States, pp. 109 – 129.

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  • Richardson, I. 2020, ‘Postphenomenology, Ethnography, and the Sensory Intimacy of Mobile Media’ in Reimagining Philosophy and Technology, Reinventing IhdeSpringer Nature, Switzerland, pp. 159 – 174.

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  • Manyozo, L. , Aliyev, E. , Nkhonjera, P. , Mauluka, C. & Khangamwa, C. 2020, ‘Towards horizontal capacity building: UNICEF Malawi’s C4D Learning Labs’ in Communication for Development: An Evaluation Framework in ActionPractical Action Publishing, United Kingdom, pp. 89 – 103.

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  • Hendry, N. 2020, ‘New Ways of Seeing: Tumblr, Young People, and Mental Illness’ in A Tumblr BookUniversity of Michigan Press, United States, pp. 315 – 325.

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  • Gomes, C. & Chang, S. 2020, ‘The digital information ecology of international students: Understanding the complexity of communication’ in Digital Experiences of International StudentsRoutledge, United Kingdom, pp. 1 – 24.

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  • Chang, S. & Gomes, C. 2020, ‘Conclusion: Digital Experiences of International Students’ in Digital Experiences of International Students: Challenging Assumptions, Rethinking EngagementsRoutledge, United Kingdom, pp. 193 – 195.

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  • Gomes, C. & Chang, S. 2020, ‘Introduction: Digital Experiences of International Students’ in Digital Experiences of International Students: Challenging Assumptions, Rethinking EngagementsRoutledge, United Kingdom, pp. 20 – 29.

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  • Hickey-Moody, A. & Willcox, M. 2020, ‘Material Expressions of Religious Culture’ in Religion, Hypermobility and Digital Media in Global AsiaAmsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, pp. 65 – 94.

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  • Shortis, P. , Aldridge, J. & Barratt, M. 2020, ‘Drug cryptomarket futures: Structure, function and evolution in response to law enforcement actions’ in Research Handbook on International Drug PolicyEdward Elgar, Cheltenham, United Kingdom, pp. 355 – 380.

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  • Leong, J. , Hjorth, L. & Choi, H. 2020, ‘Inventive Approaches to Data Tracking in More-Than-Human Worlds’ in The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media ArtRoutledge, New York, United States, pp. 259 – 269.

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  • Gomes, C. 2020, ‘Commentary: Postcards from Vietnam—Lessons for New Players in Higher Education’ in Higher Education in Market-Oriented Socialist VietnamPalgrave Macmillan, Switzerland, pp. 357 – 362.

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  • Berry, M. 2020, ‘Mobile Films as Mobile Art: More than Textual’ in The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media ArtTaylor & Francis, United States, pp. 364 – 374.

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  • Gomes, C. & Tan, J. 2020, ‘The Global Appeal of Digital Pastors : A Comparative Case Study of Joseph Prince, and Brian and Bobbie Houston’ in Religion, Hypermobility and Digital Media in Global Asia: Faith, Flows and FellowshipAmsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, pp. 149 – 177.

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  • Gomes, C. , Kong, L. & Woods, O. 2020, ‘Introduction’ in Religion, Hypermobility and Digital Media in Global Asia: Faith, Flows and FellowshipAmsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, pp. 11 – 24.

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  • Markham, A. 2020, ‘Echolocating the digital self’ in Metaphors of Internet: Ways of Being in the Age of UbiquityPeter Lang AG, Switzerland, pp. 1 – 19.

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  • Markham, A. 2020, ‘Ways of being in the digital age’ in Metaphors of InternetPeter Lang AG, Switzerland, pp. 31 – 1.

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  • Lobato, R. 2020, ‘On the boundaries of digital markets’ in Digital Peripheries: The Online Circulation of Audiovisual Content from the Small Market PerspectiveDigital Peripheries: The Online Circulation of Audiovisual Content from the Small Market PerspectiveSpringer, Berlin, pp. 51 – 62.

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  • Rousell, D. , Cutcher, A. , Cook, P. & Irwin, R. 2020, ‘Propositions for an Environmental Arts Pedagogy: A/r/tographic Experimentations with Movement and Materiality’ in Research Handbook on Childhoodnature: Assemblages of Childhood and Nature ResearchSpringer, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 1 – 29.

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  • Rousell, D. & Cutter-Mackenzie, A. 2020, ‘Uncommon Worlds: Toward an Ecological Aesthetics of Childhood in the Anthropocene’ in Research Handbook on Childhoodnature: Assemblages of Childhood and Nature ResearchSpringer, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 1 – 23.

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  • Guntarik, O. & Grieve-Williams, V. 2020, ”Together we are more’: New Media for Old Tales’ in From Sit-Ins to #revolutionsBloomsbury Academic, United States, pp. 1 – 18.

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  • Guntarik, O. 2020, ‘On the Concept of Progress’ in From Sit-Ins to #revolutions: Media and the Changing Nature of ProtestsBloomsbury Academic, New York, United States, pp. 277 – 292.

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  • Guntarik, O. & Trott, V. 2020, ‘On Solitude and Solidarity’ in From Sit-Ins to #revolutionsBloomsbury Academic, United States, pp. 141 – 158.

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  • Riley, M. , Innocent, T. & Wilken, R. 2020, ‘Re-imagining Bushland Settings Through Location-based AR Mobile Gameplay’ in The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media ArtRoutledge, United States, pp. 236 – 247.

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  • Hickey-Moody, A. , Horn, C. & Willcox, M. 2020, ‘STEAM Education, Art/Science and Quiet Activism’ in Why Science and Art Creativities MatterBrill Sense, Netherlands, pp. 200 – 228.

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  • Richardson, I. 2020, ‘Urban Gaming: Mobile Media, Spatial Practices and Everyday Play’ in The Routledge Companion to Urban Media and CommunicationRoutledge, New York, United States, pp. 335 – 343.

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  • Mayer, J. & Choi, H. 2020, ‘Exploring the Potential of Digital Food Waste Prevention in the Restaurant Industry’ in Routledge Handbook of Food WasteRoutledge, London, United Kingdom, pp. 428 – 442.

  • Lobato, R. & Thomas, J. 2020, ‘Formats and Formalization in Internet Advertising’ in Format Matters: Standards, Practices, and Politics in Media CulturesMeson Press, Lüneburg, Germany, pp. 65 – 80.

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  • Lobato, R. 2020, ‘Evolving Practices of Informal Distribution in Internet Television’ in Routledge Companion to Global TelevisionRoutledge, United Kingdom, pp. 479 – 487.

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  • Berry, M. & Batty, C. 2020, ‘What could possibly go wrong?: the role of supervisors in ethics training for creative practice researchers.’ in Meeting of Aesthetics and Ethics in the AcademyTaylor and Francis, United Kingdom, pp. 87 – 100.

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  • Lewis, T. 2021, ‘Melbourne: Care, Ethics, and Social Enterprise Meet Global Café Culture’ in Global Brooklyn: Designing Food Experiences in World Cities, Bloomsbury, London, United Kingdom, pp. 58 – 73.

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  • Riley, M. , Innocent, T. & Wilken, R. 2020, ‘Re-imagining Bushland Settings Through Location-based AR Mobile Gameplay’ in The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media Art, Routledge, United States, pp. 236 – 247.