References

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Methodology (Conversation analysis and multimodal interaction analysis)
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Automobility and mobility research (sociology, interaction analysis)

Methodology (Conversation analysis and multimodal interaction analysis)

Goodwin, C. (2000). Action and embodiment within situated human interaction. Journal of Pragmatics 32 (10): 1489-1522.

Hutchby, I. and Wooffitt, R. (2008). Conversation Analysis. Cambridge: Polity.

Jordan, B. and Henderson, A. (1995). Interaction Analysis: Foundations and Practice. The Journal of Learning Sciences 4 (1): 39-103.

Sacks, H. (1992). Lectures on conversation [1964-1972]. Cambridge: Blackwell Publishers.

Schegloff, E. A. (2007). Sequence Organization in Interaction: A Primer in ConversationAnalysis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Driving research, road safety research (cognitive and psychological research)

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Abdel-Aty, M. (2003). Investigating the relationship between cellular phone use and traffic safety.  Institute of Transportation Engineers. ITE Journal October.

Aginsky, V., Harris, C., Rensisk, R. and Beusmans, J. (1997). Two strategies for learning a route in a driving simulator. Journal of Environmental Psychology (17): 317-331.

Alexander, J., Barham, P. and Black, I. (2002). Factors influencing the probability of an incident at a junction: results from an interactive driving simulator. Accident Analysis andPrevention 34: 119-792.

Alm, H. and Nilsson, L. (1995). The effects of a mobile telephone task on driver behavior in a car following situation. Accident Analysis and Prevention 27 (5): 707-715.

Amado, S. and Ulupýnar, P. (2005). The effects of conversation on attention and peripheral detection: Is talking with a passenger and talking on the cell phone different? Transportation Research Part F 8: 383–395.

Baldock, M. R. J., Mathias, J., McLean, J. and Berndt, A. (2007). Visual attention as a predictor of on-road driving performance of older drivers.  Australian Journal of Psychology 59: 159-168.

Barkana, Y., Zadok, D., Morad, Y. and Avni, I. (2004). Visual Field Attention Is Reduced by Concomitant Hands-free Conversation on a Cellular Telephone. American Journal of Ophthalmology 138: 347-353.

Barker, J. (2009). 'Driven to Distraction?': Children's Experiences of Car Travel. Mobilities 4 (1): 59-76.

Beede, K. E. and Kass, S. J. (2006). Engrossed in conversation: The impact of cell phones on simulated driving performance. Accident Analysis and Prevention 38: 415-421.

Beirness, D. J., Simpson, H. M. and Desmond, K. (2002). The road safety monitor 2002:  risky driving. Ottawa: Traffic Injury Research Foundation.

Berthelon, C., Mestre, D., Pottier, A. and Pons, R. (1998). Is visual anticipation of collision during self-motion related to perceptual style? Acta Psychologica 98: 1-16.

Björklund, G. M. and Åberg, L. (2005). Driver behaviour in intersections: Formal and informal traffic rules. Transportation Research Part F 8: 239-253.

Blanco, M., Biever, W. J., Gallagher, J. P. and Dingus, T. A. (2006). The impact of secondary task cognitive processing demand on driving performance. Accident Analysis and Prevention 38: 895-906.

Brooks, C. A. and Rakotonirainy, A. (2005). In-vehicle technologies, advanced driver assistance systems and driver distraction:  research challenges.  Proceedings International Conference on Driver Distraction online: http://eprints.qut.edu.au/2024/.

Bruyas, M.-P., Brusque, C., Debailleux, S., Duraz, M. and Aillerie, I. (in press). Does making a conversation asynchronous reduce the negative impact of phone call on driving? Transportation Research Part F.

Burns, P. C. (1998). Wayfinding errors while driving. Journal of Environmental Psychology 18: 209-217.

Caird, J. K., Willness, C. R., Steel, P. and Scialfa, C. (2008). A meta-analysis of the effects of cell phones on driver performance. Accident Analysis and Prevention 40: 1282-1293.

Charlton, S. G. (2009). Driving while conversing: Cell phones that distract and passengers who react. Accident Analysis and Prevention 41: 160-173.

Clarke, D. D., Forsyth, R. and Wright, R. (1998). Behavioural factors in accidents at road junctions: The use of a genetic algorithm to extract descriptive rules from police case files. Accident Analysis and Prevention 30 (2): 223-234.

Clarke, D. D., Forsyth, R. and Wright, R. (1999). Junction road accidents during cross-flow turns: a sequence analysis of police case files. Accident Analysis and Prevention 31: 31-43.

Collet, C., Clarion, A., Morel, M., Chapon, A. and C., P. (2009). Physiological and behavioural changes associated to the management of secondary tasks while driving. Applied Ergonomics 40: 1041-1046.

Consiglio, W., Driscoll, P., Witte, M. and Berg, W. P. (2003). Effect of cellular telephone conversations and other potential interference on reaction time in a braking response. Accident Analysis and Prevention 35: 495-200.

Cooper, P. J. and Zheng, Y. (2002). Turning gap acceptance decision-making: The impact of driver distraction.  Journal of Safety Research 33: 321-335.

Crundall, D., Bains, M., Chapman, P. and Underwood, G. (2005). Regulating conversation during driving: a problem for mobile telephones? Transportation Research Part F 8: 197-211.

Dekker, S. W. A. (2003). Errors in our understanding of human error: the real lessons from aviation to healthcare. Lund University. School of Aviation. Technical Report 2003-01.

Dekker, S. W. A. (2006). The Field Guide to Understanding Human Error. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Dekker, S. W. A. (2007). Doctors Are More Dangerous Than Gun Ownders: A Rejoinder to Error Counting. Human Factors 49 (2): 177-184.

Dorn, L. (Ed.) (2005). Driver Behaviour and Training. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Dorn, L. and Barker, D. (2005). The effect of driver training on simulated driving performance. Accident Analysis and Prevention 37: 63-69.

Dragutinovic, N. and Twisk, D. (2005). Use of mobile phones while driving - effects on road safety:  a literature review.  Leidschendam, the Netherlands.

Drews, F. A., Pasupathi, M. and Strayer, D. L. (2008). Passenger and cell phone conversations in simulated driving. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied 14 (4): 392-400.

Eby, D. W. and Vivoda, J. M. (2003). Driver hand-held mobile phone use and safety belt use. Accident Analysis and Prevention 35: 893-895.

Haigney, D. E., Taylor, R. G. and Westerman, S. J. (2000). Concurrent mobile (cellular) phone use and driving performance: task demand characteristics and compensatory processes. Transportation Research Part F 3: 113-121.

Haigney, D. E. and Westerman, J. (2001). Mobile (cellular) phone use and driving: a critical review of research methodology. Ergonomics 44 (2): 132-143.

Hancock, P. A., Lesch, M. and Simmons, L. (2003). The distraction effects of phone use during a crucial driving maneuver. Accident Analysis and Prevention 35: 501-514.

Harbluk, J. L., Noy, Y. I., Trbovich, P. L. and Eizenman, M. (2007). An on-road assessment of cognitive distraction: impacts on drivers’ visual behavior and braking performance.  Accident Analysis and Prevention 39 (2): 372-379.

Hedlund, J., Simpson, H. and Mayhew, D. (2006). Summary of proceedings and recommendations.  Toronto, Canada  International Conference of Distracted Driving.

Herslund, M.-B. and Jörgensen, N. O. (2003). Looked-but-failed-to-see-errors in traffic. Accident Analysis and Prevention 35: 885-891.

Horberry, T., Anderson, J. and Regan, M. A. (2006). The possible safety benefits of enhanced road markings: a driving simulator evaluation.  Transportation Research Part F 9: 77-87.

Horberry, T., Anderson, J., Regan, M. A., Triggs, T. J. and Brown, J. (2006). Driver distraction: The effects of concurrent in-vehicle tasks, road environment complexity and age on driving performance. Accident Analysis and Prevention 38: 185-191.

Horberry, T., Anderson, J., Regan, M. A., Triggs, T. J. and Brown, J. (2006). Driver distraction:  the effects of concurrent in-vehicle tasks, road environment complexity and age on driving performance.  Accident Analysis and Prevention 38: 185-191.

Horrey, W. J. and Lesch, M. F. (2009). Driver-initiated distractions: Examining strategic adaptation for in-vehicle task initiation. Accident Analysis and Prevention 41 (1): 115-122.

Ishikawa, T., Fujiwara, H., Imaic, O. and Okabe, A. (2008). Wayfinding with a GPS-based mobile navigation system: A comparison with maps and direct experience. Journal of Environmental Psychology 28: 74-82.

Jamson, A. H., Stephen, J. W., Hockey, G. R. J. and Oliver, M. J. C. (2004). Speech-based e-mail and driver behavior: effects of an in-vehicle message system interface.  Human Factors 46.

Kames, A. J. (1978). A study of the effects of mobile telephone use and control unit design on driving performance. IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 27: 282-287.

Keskinen, E., Ota, H. and Katila, A. (1998). Older Drivers Fail in Intersections: Speed Discrepancies between Older and Younger Male Drivers. Accident Analysis and Prevention 30 (3): 323-330.

Klippel, A., Tappe, H., Kulik, L. and Lee, P. U. (2005). Wayfinding choremes - a language for modeling conceptual route knowledge. Journal of Visual Languages and Computing 16: 311-329.

Koustanai, A., Boloix, E., Elslande, V. and Bastien, C. (2008). Statistical analysis of "looked-but-failed-to-see" accidents: Highlighting the involvement of two distinct mechanisms. Accident Analysis and Prevention 40: 461-469.

Koustanaï, A., Boloix, E., Van Elslande, P. and Bastien, C. (2008). Formation of expectations while driving: Influence of the possibility and the necessity to anticipate on the ability to identify danger. Transportation Reseaerch Part F 11: 147-157.

Lamble, D., Kauranen, T., Laakso, M. and Summala, H. (1999). Cognitive load and detection thresholds in car following situations: safety implications for using mobile (cellular) telephones while driving. Accident Analysis and Prevention 31: 617-623.

Lee, C. and Abdel-Aty, M. (2008). Presence of passengers: Does it increase or reduce driver’s crash potential? Accident Analysis and Prevention 40: 1703–1712.

McEvoy, S. P. (2007). Look what I can do while I'm driving: implications for road safety in Australia.  Medical Journal of Australia 187 (428-429).

McEvoy, S. P., Stevenson, M. R. and Woodward, M. (2006). The impact of driver distraction on road safety: results from a representative survey in two Australian states.  Injury Prevention 12: 242-247.

McEvoy, S. P., Stevenson, M. R. and Woodward, M. (2006). Phone use and crashes while driving: a representative survey of drivers in two Australian states.  Medical Journal of Australia 185.

McEvoy, S. P., Stevenson, M. R. and Woodward, M. (2007). The contribution of passengers versus mobile phone use to motor vehicle crashes resulting in hospital attendance by the driver.  Accident Analysis and Prevention 39: 1170-1176.

McEvoy, S. P., Stevenson, M. R. and Woodward, M. (2007). The prevalence of, and factors associated with, serious crashes involving a distracting activity.  Accident Analysis and Prevention 39: 475-482.

McEvoy, S. P., Stevenson, M. R., McCartt, A. T., Woodward, M., Haworth, C., Palamara, P. and Cercarelli, R. (2005). Role of mobile phones in motor vehicle crashes resulting in hospital attendance: a case-crossover study.  British Medical Journal 331: 428-430.

McKenna, F. P., Horswill, M. S. and Alexander, J. L. (2006). Does Anticipation Training Affect Drivers’ Risk Taking? Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied 12 (1): 1-10.

McKnight, A. J. and McKnight, A. S. (1993). The effect of cellular phone use upon driver attention. Accident Analysis and Prevention 25 (259-265).

Patten, C. J. D., Kircher, A., Östlund, J. and Nilsson, L. (2004). Using mobile telephones: Cognitive workload and attention resource allocation.  Accident Analysis and Prevention 36: 341-350.

Pöysti, L., Rajalin, S. and Summala, H. (2005). Factors influencing the use of cellular (mobile) phone during driving and hazards while using it.  Accident Analysis and Prevention 37: 47-51.

Regan, M. (2004). New technologies in cars:  human factors and safety issues.  Ergonomics Australia 18: 6-15.

Regan, M. A. and Mitsopoulos, E. (2001). Understanding passenger influences on driver behaviour:  implications for road safety and recommendations for countermeasure development.  Melbourne.

Rivardo, M. G., Pacella, M. L. and Klein, B. A. (2008). Simulated driving performance is worse with a passenger than a simulated cellular telephone converser.  North American Journal of Psychology 10.

Sato, T. and Akamatsu, M. (2007). Influence of traffic conditions on driver behavior before making a right turn at an intersection: Analysis of driver behavior based on measured data on an actual road. Transportation Research Part F (10): 397-413.

Sheridan, T. B. (2004). Driver Distraction From a Control Theory Perspective.  Human Factors 46 (4): 587-599.

Spek, A. C. E., Wieringa, P. A. and Janssen, W. H. (2006). Intersection approach speed and accident probability. Transportation Research Part F 9: 155-171.

Strayer, D. L. and Drews, F. A. (2004). Profiles in driver distraction:  effects of cell phone conversations on younger and older drivers.  Human Factors 46: 640-649.

Strayer, D. L. and Drews, F. A. (2007). Cell-phone-induced driver distraction.  Current Directions in Psychological Science 16: 128-131.

Strayer, D. L. and Johnston, W. A. (2001). Driven to distraction: dual-task studies of simulated driving and conversing on a cellular telephone.  Psychological Science 12: 462-466.

Strayer, D. L., Drews, F. A. and Johnston, W. A. (2003). Cell phone-induced failures of visual attention during simulated driving.  Journal of Experimental Psychology - Applied 9: 23-32.

Stutts, J. C. and Hunter, W. (2003). Driver inattention, driver distraction and traffic crashes.  Institute of Transportation Engineers. ITE Journal 73 (7).

Sullman, M. and Baas, P. (2004). Mobile phone use amongst New Zealand drivers. Transportation Research Part F 7: 95-105.

Summala, H. (1996). Bicycle accidents and drivers' visual search at left and right turns. Accident Analysis and Prevention 28 (2): 147-153.

Summala, H. (1997). Ergonomics of Road Transport. IATSS Research 21 (2): 49-57.

Summala, H. (1998). American Drivers in Europe: Different Signing Policy May Cause Safety Problems at Uncontrolled Intersections. Accident Analysis and Prevention 30 (2): 285-289.

Summala, H. (2007). Towards understanding motivational and emotional factors in driver behaviour: comfort through satisficing. In Cacciabue, P. C. (Ed.), Modelling Driver Behaviour in Automotive Environments, (pp. 189-207). London: Springer Verlag.

Summala, H. and Räsänen, M. (2000). Top-Down and Bottom-Up Processes in Driver Behavior at Roundabouts and Crossroads. Transportation Human Factors 2 (1): 29-37.

Svenson, O. and Patten, C. J. D. (2005). Mobile phones and driving: a review of contemporary research.  Cognition, Technology & Work 7.

Taylor, A. H. and Dorn, L. (2006). Stress, Fatigue, Health, and Risk of Road Traffic Accidents Among Professional Drivers: The Contribution of Physical Inactivity. Annual Review of Public Health 27: 371-391.

Trick, L. M., Enss, J. T., Mills, J. and Vavrik, J. (2004). Paying attention behind the wheel: a framework for studying the role of attention in driving. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science 5 (5): 385–424.

Turner, S. and Nicholson, A. (1998). Intersection accident estimation: The role of intersection location and non-collision flows. Accident Analysis and Prevention 30 (4): 505-517.

Törnros, J. E. B. and Bolling, A. K. (2005). Effects of handheld and handsfree phones on driving performance. Accident Analysis and Prevention 37: 902-909.

Walsh, S. P., White, K. M., Hyde, M. K. and Watson, B. (2008). Dialling and driving: Factors influencing intentions to use a mobile phone while driving. Accident Analysis and Prevention 40: 1893-1900.

Van der Hulst, M., Rothengatter, T. and Meijman, T. (1998). Strategic adaptations to lack of preview in driving. Transportation Reseaerch Part F 1: 59-75.

Vanlaar, W., Simpson, H. and Robertson, R. (2008). A perceptual map for understanding concern about unsafe driving behaviours.  Accident Analysis and Prevention 40: 1667-1673.

Violanti, J. M. (1998). Cellular phones and fatal traffic collisions. Accident Analysis and Prevention 30 (4): 519-524.

Young, K., Regan, M. and Hammer, M. (2003). Driver Distraction: A Review of the Literature.  Monash University Accident Reasearch Center Report #206.

Young, K., Hosking, S., Regan, M., Brown, J. and Leicester, P. (2005). The effects of text messaging on the driving performance of young novice drivers. Talk given in the International Conference on Driver Distraction, Sydney, 2-3 June. Available in http://www.mynrma.com.au/cps/rd/xchg/mynrma/ hs.xsl/ dangers_of_texting.htm.

Conversation analytic, ethnomethodological and multimodal interaction analytic research on driving

Brown, B. and Laurier, E. (2005). Maps and journeys: An Ethnomethodological Investigation. Cartographica 40 (3): 17-33.

Esbjörnsson, M. (2005). Enhanced Social Interaction in Traffic. Göteborg: Göteborg University.

Esbjörnsson, M., Juhlin, O. and Weilenmann, A. (2007). Drivers using mobile phones in traffic: An ethnographic study of interactional adaptation. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction: Special issue on: In-Use, In-Situ: Extending Field Research Methods 22 (1 & 2): 37-58.

Garfinkel, H. (2002). Ethnomethodology's Program: Working Out Durkheim's Aphorism. Edited by A.W. Rawls. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.

Haddington, P. (to appear). Turntaking for turntaking: mobility, time and action in sequential organisation of junction-negotiation in cars. Research on Language and Social Interaction.

Haddington, P. and Keisanen, T. (2009). Location, mobility and the body as resources in selecting a route. Journal of Pragmatics 41: 1938–1961.

Katz, J. (1999). How Emotions Work. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

Keating, E. and Mirus, G. (2004). Signing in the Car: Some Issues in Language and Context. Deaf Worlds 20 (3): 264-273

Laurier, E. (2002). Notes on dividing the attention of a car driver. Team Ethno Online: http://www.teamethno-online.org.uk/.

Laurier, E. (2004). Doing Office Work on the Motorway. Theory, Culture & Society 21 (4/5): 261–277.

Laurier, E. (2005). Searching for a parking space. Intellectica 41-42 (2-3): 101-116.

Laurier, E. (2006). “I thought he was gonna pull out”: precognition and driving. University of Edinburgh Habitable Cars, Working Paper 1, ESRC RES-000-23-0758.

Laurier, E., Lorimer, H., Brown, B., Jones, O., Juhlin, O., Noble, A., Perry, M., Pica, D., Sormani, P., Strebel, I., Swan, L., Taylor, A. S., Watts, L. and Weilenmann, A. (2008). Driving and “passengering”: notes on the ordinary organization of car travel. Mobilities 3 (1): 1-23.

Mondada, L. (2004). EMIC - Espace, Mobilite, Interaction, Corps. Lyons: Univ. Lyon2 & CNRS & PSA-Peugeot.

Automobility and mobility research (sociology, interaction analysis)

Adey, P. (2006). If mobility is everything then it is nothing: Towards a relational politics of (im)mobilities. Mobilities 1 (1): 75-94.

Bardram, J. E. and Bossen, C. (2005). Mobility work: The spatial dimension of collaboration at a hospital. Computer Supported Cooperative Work 14 (2): 131-160.

Beckmann, J. (2004). Mobility and Safety. Theory, Culture & Society 21 (4/5): 81–100.

Bonham, J. (2006). Transport: disciplining the body that travels. The Sociological Review 54 (Supplement 1): 58-74.

Brown, B., Green, N. and Harper, R. (Eds.) (2002). Wireless World: Social and Interactional Aspects of the Mobile Age. London: Springer Verlag.

Brown, B. and O'Hara, K. (2003). Place as a practical concern of mobile workers. Environment and Planning A 35: 1565-1587.

Büscher, M. (2006). Vision in motion. Environment and Planning A 38 (2): 281-299.

Böhm, S., Jones, C., Land, C. and Paterson, M. (2006). Introduction: Impossibilities of automobility, Against Automobility, (pp. 3-16). Oxford: Blackwell.

Cresswell, T. (2006). On the move: mobility in the modern Western world. New York: Routledge.

Dant, T. (2004). The Driver-car. Theory, Culture & Society 21 (4/5): 61–79.

Edensor, T. (2004). Automobility and National Identity: Representation, Geography and Driving Practice. Theory, Culture & Society 21 (4/5): 101–120.

Featherstone, M. (2004). Automobilities: An Introduction. Theory, Culture & Society 21 (4/5): 1-24.

Forstorp, P.-A. (2006). Quantifying automobility: speed, "Zero Tolerance" and democracy. The Sociological Review 54 (Supplement 1): 94-112.

Hamill, L. and Lasen, A. (Eds.) (2005). Mobile World: Past, Present and Future. Berlin: Springer Verlag.

Juhlin, O. (2001). Traffic Behavior as Social Interaction: Implications for the Design of Artifical Drivers. In Glimell, H. and Juhlin, O. (Eds.), The Social Production of Technology: On theEveryday Life of Things, (pp. 19-38). Göteborg, Sweden: BAS.

Laurier, E. (2001). Why people say where they are during mobile phone calls. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 19 (4): 485-504.

Laurier, E. (2003). Guest editorial: Technology and mobility. Environment and Planning A 35: 1521-1527.

Licoppe, C. and Inada, Y. (2006). Emergent uses of a multiplayer location-aware mobile game: The interactional consequences of mediated encounters. Mobilities 1 (1): 39-61.

Luff, P. and Heath, C. (1998). Mobility in Collaboration. In Poltrock, S. and Grudin, J. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 1998 ACM conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, (pp. 305–314): ACM Press.

Miller, D. (2001). Driven societies. In Miller, D. (Ed.), Car Cultures, (pp. 1-33). Oxford: Berg.

Miller, J. H. (2006). Virtual automobility: two ways to get life. The Sociological Review 54 (Supplement 1): 193-207.

Psathas, G. (1976). Mobility, Orientation and Navigation: Conceptual and Theoretical Considerations. New Outlook for the Blind 70 (9): 385–391.

Psathas, G. (1979). Organizational Features of Direction Maps. In Psathas, G. (Ed.), Everyday Language: Studies in Ethnomethodology, (pp. 203-225). New York: Irvington.

Psathas, G. (1986). The organization of directions in interaction. Word 37 (1-2): 83-91.

Psathas, G. (1986). Some sequential structures in direction-giving. Human Studies 9: 231-245.

Psathas, G. (1991). The Structure of Direction-giving in Interaction. In Boden, D. and Zimmerman, D. (Eds.), Talk and Social Structure: Studies in Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis, (pp. 195-216). Oxford: Polity Press.

Psathas, G. (1992). The Study of Extended Sequences: The Case of the Garden Lesson. In Watson, G. and Seiler, R. M. (Eds.), Text in Context: Contributions to Ethnomethodology, (pp. 99-122). Newbury Park: Ssage.

Psathas, G. and Kozloff, M. (1976). The structure of directions. Semiotica 17: 111-130.

Sheller, M. (2004). Automotive Emotions: Feeling the Car. Theory, Culture & Society 21 (4/5): 221–242.

Sheller, M. and Urry, J. (2003). Mobile transformations of 'public' and 'private' life. Theory, Culture & Society 20 (3): 115-133.

Sheller, M. and Urry, J. (2006). The new mobilities paradigm. Environment and Planning A 38 (2): 207-226.

Suchman, L. (1987). Plans and Situated Actions: The Problem of Human-machine Interaction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Takada, A. (2006). Explaining pathways in the Central Kalahari. In Hitchcock, R. K., Ikeya, K., Biesele, M. and Lee, R. B. (Eds.), Updating the San: Image and Reality of an African People in the 21st Century, (pp. 101-127). Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology.

Takada, A. (2008). Recapturing Space: Production of Intersubjectivity among the Central Kalahari San. Journeys 9 (2): 114-137.

Thrift, N. (2004). Driving in the City. Theory, Culture & Society 21 (4/5): 41–59.

Thrift, N. (2007). Non-representational Theory: Space, Politics, Affect. London: Routledge.

Toiskallio, K. (2002). The Impersonal Flâneur: Navigation Styles of Social Agents in Urban Traffic. Space and Culture 5 (2): 169-184.

Toiskallio, K. (2002). Liikenteen sosiologiaa: Taksimatkan seurallisuus, liikenteen neuvottelut, automainosten näkökulmat: Department of Sociology, University of Helsinki.

Urry, J. (2000). Sociology Beyond Societies: Mobilities for Twenty First Century. New York: Routledge.

Urry, J. (2004). The ‘System’ of Automobility. Theory, Culture & Society 21 (4/5): 25–39.

Urry, J. (2006). Inhabiting the car. In Böhm, S., Jones, C., Land, C. and Paterson, M. (Eds.), Against Automobility, (pp. 17-31). Oxford: Blackwell.

Urry, J. (2007). Mobilities. Cambridge: Polity.

Weilenmann, A. (2003). 'I can't talk now, I'm in a fitting room': Formulating availability and location in mobile-phone conversations. Environment and Planning A 35: 1589-1605.

Weilenmann, A. and Larsson, C. (2001). Local use and sharing of mobile phones. In Brown, B., Green, N. and Harper, R. (Eds.), Wireless World: Social and Interactional Aspects of the Mobile Age, (pp. 99-115). Godalming and Hiedleburg: Springer Verlag.

von Lehm, D., Heath, C. and Hindmarsh, J. (2001). Exhibiting Interaction: Conduct and Collaboration in Museums and Galleries Interaction. Symbolic Interaction 24 (2): 189-216.

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