Papers

2013
Decentering the Origin Story of Anthropology and Business: The British Experience since 1950, forthcoming in The Handbook of Business Anthropology (edited by Rita Denny and Patti Sunderland).

2012
Peckham, Poundland, Post Its and the Peacewall, in Proceedings of EPIC 2011, American Anthropological Association. (Also available as a long form blog post).

2011
Technology for the Future, Design for the Present?, in Design Anthropology: Object Culture in the 21st Century, Clarke, A. (Ed.). New York: Springer.

Getting ON: A Manifesto for Older People in a Networked Nation. Report for Raceonline 2012.

2010
The Fictions, Facts and Future of Older People and Technology, think piece published by International Longevity Centre.

Review of Cefkin, M (Ed.) Ethnography and the Corporate: Encounter Reflections on Research in and of Corporations. New York: Bergahn.

2009
Community Supports for Ageing: Care Pathways for Older People in Europe. (Intel Whitepaper)

A Market of Pilots: Exploring the role of consumers and design in the development of a mass market for ambient assisted living technologies.

Web 2.0 for an Older population: Exploring the Limits in User Experience, Vol 8, Issue 1. 2009

Book review of The Community Life of Older People in Ireland, Carmel Gallagher, in Ageing and Society 29:8 November 2009.

The Limits of Web 2.0 – Lessons from Designing Tools for Social Interaction for Older People, Include 2009 conference, Royal College of Art, London.

Exploring Design Dialogues for Ageing in Place (with Drazin, A) in Anthropology in Action 16 (1)

Book review of Sunderland, P and Denny, R (Ed.) Doing Anthropology in Consumer Research.  Left Coast Press: Walnut Creek.

‘The Global Ageing Experience Study: From People to Prototypes and Products’ Intel Technology Journal | Volume 13, Issue 3, 2009.

2008
Practice, Systems and Technology for Seniors: a communication’ in Universal Access in the Information Society’ Vol.7 No.3-2008

Putting Mobility on the Map: Researching journeys and the research journey, in Proceedings of EPIC 2008, American Anthropological Association.

2007
Global Ageing Experience: European Research (Intel Whitepaper)

Connections: Mobility and Quality of Life for Older People in Rural Ireland: A Report based on research by Intel, in collaboration with the Rural Transportation Programme (Intel Whitepaper)

A Socio-Ethnographic Audit of Assistive Technology for Older Adults in Ireland in, Eizmendi, E., Azkoitia, J.M, Craddock, G.M. Challenges for Assistive Technology-AAATE 2007: 9TH European Conference for the Advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe. Assistive Technology Research Series, Volume 20, 208-213. IOS Press.

Bailey, C Cogan L, Roberts, S, Cunningham C  “I fell out of my standing”: falls narratives, ageism and socio-medical understanding of falls in older persons, in Brian J. Worsfold (Editor) Acculturating Age: Approaches to Cultural Gerontology.

2006
The Pure and the Impure? Reflections Applying Anthropology and Doing Ethnography, in Pink, S (Ed.) Applications of anthropology: professional anthropology in the twenty-first century. Oxford: Bergahn

The Dig: Is Archaeology the new ethnography? Esomar World Congress (with Simon Blyth)

Material Matters, in AQR’s In Brief

2005
Spotlight on Anthropology, in AQR’s In Brief.

2004
Creative television in the Siti of Varanasi: television and public spheres in the satellite era, in Jeffery & Lerche (Eds.) Social and Political Change in Uttar Pradesh: European Perspectives. New Delhi: Manohar

2003
MobileUK. Mobile phones and everyday life. iSociety, The Work Foundation.

Fat Pipes, Connected People: Rethinking Broadband Britain. iSociety, The Work Foundation. 

Getting by, not Getting On: Technology in UK workplaces. iSociety, The Work Foundation.

2000
“Another member of the family”: aspects of television culture and social change in Varanasi, North India. Ph.D thesis.