Invited Talks and Conference Presentations

2014

Cox, A.L. (2014). “Should I Reply to this Email? Email Response Patterns as a Function of Inbox-level Cues.” HCI Research Group Seminars, University of York, UK. March 2014.

Cox, A.L. (2014). “Should I Reply to this Email? Email Response Patterns as a Function of Inbox-level Cues.” Department of Computer Science, University of Birmingham, UK. March 2014.

Cox, A.L. (2014). “Should I Reply to this Email? Email Response Patterns as a Function of Inbox-level Cues.” Department of Computer Science, City University, London., UK. June 2014.

Mauthner, N., Kazimierczak, K. & Whyte, R. (2014). “In search of technology: Our journey with the Thomson family” (a film based on the project). May Festival, University of Aberdeen. 9-11 May 2014.

Mauthner, N. & Kazimierczak, K. (2014). “How is technology changing our family lives?” May Festival, University of Aberdeen.9-11 May 2014.

Mauthner, N. & Kazimierczak, K. (2014). “Technology and the (re)Making of Work and Family: Towards a Performative Approach to Visual Practices.” XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology, Yokohama, Japan. 13-19 July 2014.

Mauthner, N. & Kazimierczak, K. (2014). “Digital technologies and work-family boundaries: A posthumanist, performative approach to family research.” XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology, Yokohama, Japan. 13-19 July 2014.

2013

Bird, J. (2013) “Estimating Usage Can Reduce the Stress of Social Networking.” Personal Informatics Workshop, CHI’13, France. 27 April 2013.

Bird, J. and Cox, A. (2013). “Email Response Patterns as a Function of Inbox-Level Cues.” UCLIC Seminar, UCL, UK. 29 May 2013.

Mauthner, N. (2013). “Work/Family/Technology Figurations and Practices in the Home.” Observing and Visualizing Urban Culture, University of Antwerp. 25 August – 3 September 2013

Mauthner, N. & Kazimierczak, K. (2013). “Digital Epiphanies: Work/Family Configurations in a Digital Age.” University of Aberdeen Business School Research Day, Aberdeen. 18 September 2013.

Mauthner, N. & Kazimierczak, K. (2013). “Digital Epiphanies: Work-Life Practices in a Digital Age.” World Social Science Forum conference on Social Transformation and the Digital Age, Montreal, Canada. 13-15 October 2013.

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