Digital Economy, Augmented Reality, Internet of Things
Chan, Seb (2008), ‘Mobile Augmented Heritage Reality’, Fresh + New blog, Powerhouse Museum, http://www.powerhousemuseum.com/dmsblog/index.php/2008/05/28/mobile-augmented-heritagereality/.
Floerkemeier, Christian, Marc Langheinrich, Elgar Fleisch, Friedemann Mattern and Sanjay E. Sarma (eds) (2008), The Internet of Things, Proceedings from the First International Conference, IOT 2008, Zurich, Heidelberg/Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
Graham, Paul (2005), ‘Web 2.0’, http://www.paulgraham.com/web20.html.
International Telecommunication Union (2005), The Internet of Things: Executive Summary, ITU Internet Reports.
Milgram, Paul and Fumio Kishino (1994), ‘Taxonomy of Mixed Reality Visual Displays’, IEICE Transaction on Information Systems, E77-D(12), 1321-29, available at: http://vered.rose.utoronto.ca/people/paul_dir/IEICE94/ieice.html.
Rekimoto, Jun and Yuji Ayatsuka (2000), ‘CyberCode: Designing Augmented Reality Environments with Visual Tags’, Proceedings of DARE 2000 on Designing Augmented Reality Environments, available at http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=354666.354667.
Yan, Lu, Yan Zhang, Laurence T. Yang and Huansheng Ning (eds) (2008), The Internet of Things: From RFID to the Next-Generation Pervasive Networked Systems, Boca Raton, FL: Auerbach.
- Handheld Augmented Reality – Christian Doppler Laboratory: http://studierstube.icg.tu-graz.ac.at/handheld_ar/ (See also ‘History of Mobile Augmented Reality’: https://www.icg.tugraz.at/~daniel/HistoryOfMobileAR/)
- Tom Gibara’s Moseycode: http://www.tomgibara.com/android/moseycode/
Banks, Marcus (1990), ‘Experience and Reality in Ethnographic Film’, Visual Studies, 5(2), 30-33.
Banks, Marcus and Howard Morphy (eds) (1997), Rethinking Visual Anthropology, London: Yale University Press.
Crang, Mike and Ian Cook (2007), ‘Filmic Approaches’, in Doing Ethnographies, London: SAGE, 104-28.
Husmann, Rolf, (1989), ‘The Anthropological and Sociological Film: Production Strategies in the Next Decade’, Visual Studies, 4(2), 1-3.
Niesyto, Horst (2000), ‘Youth Research on Video Self-productions: Reflection on a Social-Aesthetic Approach’, Visual Studies, 15(1-2), 135-54.
Pink, Sarah (2001), Doing Visual Ethnography: Images, Media and Representation in Research, London: SAGE.
_____ (2003), ‘Interdisciplinary Agendas in Visual Research: Re-situating Visual Anthropology’, Visual Studies, 18(2), 179-92.
Postma, Metje and Peter I. Crawford (eds) (2006), Reflecting Visual Ethnography – Using the Camera in Anthropological Research, Leiden: CNWS.
Secondulfo, Domenico (1997), ‘The Social Meaning of Things: A Working Field for Visual Sociology’, Visual Studies, 12(2), 33-46.
Objects, Goods, Artefacts, Commodities
Appadurai, Arjun (ed) (1986), The Social Life of Things: Commodities in Cultural Perspective, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Augustin, Sally (2004), ‘The Meaning of Office Things: A Study of Special Objects in Office Environments’, Doctoral Thesis, Claremont Graduate University.
Barthes, Roland (1979), ‘Towards a Psychology of Food Consumption’, in Robert Forster and Orest Ranum (eds), Food and Drink in History, Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 166-73.
Bayley, Stephen (1991), Taste: The Secret Meaning of Things, London: Faber & Faber.
Callero, Peter L. (2003), ‘The Sociology of Self’, Annual Review of Sociology, 29, 115-33. (about the importance of non-human objects in self-construction)
Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly and Eugene Rochberg-Halton (1981), The Meaning of Things: Domestic Symbols and the Self, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Costall, Alan and Ole Dreier (eds) (2006), Doing Things with Things: The Design and Use of Everyday Objects, London: Ashgate.
Douglas, Mary and Baron Isherwood (1996 ), The World of Goods: Towards an Anthropology of Consumption, Abingdon: Routledge.
Forty, Adrian (1986), Objects of Desire: Design and Society Since 1750, London: Thames & Hudson.
Foucault, Michel (1970), The Order of Things: An Archaeology of the Human Sciences, London: Tavistock.
Glenn, Joshua and Carol Hayes (eds) (2007), Taking Things Seriously: 75 Objects with Unexpected Significance, New York: Princeton Architectural Press.
Gusfield, Joseph R. and Jerzy Michalowicz (1984), ‘Secular Symbolism: Studies of Ritual, Ceremony, and the Symbolic Order in Modern Life’, Annual Review of Sociology, 10, 417-35.
Hodder, Ian (ed) (1989), The Meaning of Things: Material Culture and Symbolic Expressions. Hammersmith: HarperCollins Academic.
Kellehear, Allan, Edwin Pugh and Lynda Atter (2009), ‘Home Away from Home? A Case Study of Bedside Objects in a Hospice, International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 15(3), 148-52.
Kuechler, Susanne (2002), Malanggan: Art, Memory and Sacrifice, Oxford: Berg.
_____ (2004), ‘Re-Visualising Attachment: An Anthropological Perspective on Persons and Property Forms, in Alain Pottage and Martha Mundy (ed), Law, Anthropology and the Constitution of the Social: Making Persons and Things, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 234-49.
_____ (2009), ‘Was Dinge Tun: Eine anthropologische Kritik medialer Dingtheorie, in Katharina Ferus und Dietmar Ruebel (ed), Die Tuecke des Objektes – Vom Umgang mit Dingen, Berlin: Reimer Verlag. (Prof. Kuechler works at UCL, Department of Anthropology, and co-edits the Journal of Material Culture; might be an interesting contact. She’s also published on material culture…)
MacKenzie, Maureen (1992), Androgynous Objects: String Bags and Gender in Central New Guinea, New York: Harwood Press.
Miller, Daniel (1985), Artefacts as Categories, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
_____ (1987), Material Culture and Mass Consumption, Oxford: Blackwell.
_____ (1994), ‘Artefacts and the Meanings of Things’, in Tim Ingold (ed), Companion Encyclopedia of Anthropology, London: Routledge, 396-419.
_____ (2008), The Comfort of Things, Cambridge: Polity Press.
Oropesa, R. S. (1995), ‘Consumer Possessions, Consumer Passions, and Subjective Well-Being’, Sociological Forum, 10(2), 215-44.
Richins, Marsha L. (1994), ‘Valuing Things: The Public and Private Meanings of Possessions’, The Journal of Consumer Research: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly, 21(3), 504-21.
Sterling, Bruce (2005), Shaping Things, London: MIT Press.
Stocking Jr., George W. (ed) (1984), Objects and Others: Essays on Museums and Material Culture, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.
Thomas, Nicholas (1991), Entangled Objects: Exchange, Material Culture, and Colonialism in the Pacific, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.
Tobin, Sheldon S. (1996), ‘Cherished Possessions: The Meaning of Things’, Generations, 20(3), 46-8. (Grandparents; Elderly; Function of diverse personal possessions in assisting individuals in maintaining and preserving their identities in the face of events that erode their sense of self; Specific memories of a deceased evoked by cherished objects.)
Turkle, Sherry (ed) (2007), Evocative Objects: Things We Think With, London: MIT Press.
_____ (ed) (2008), Falling for Science: Objects in Mind, London: MIT Press.
Veblen, Thorstein (1931 ), The Theory of the Leisure Class, New York: Modern.
Frost, Randy O. and Gail Steketee (2010), Stuff: Compulsive Hoarding and the Meaning of Things, Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
Pearce, Susan M. (1995), On Collecting: An Investigation into Collecting in the European Tradition, Abingdon: Routledge.
Commercialism, Material Culture, Consumer Society
Brewer, John and Roy Porter (1993), Consumption and the World of Goods, London: Routledge.
Clarke, David B., Marcus A. Doel and Kate M. L. Housiaux (2003), The Consumption Reader, London: Routledge.
De Grazia, Victorian and Ellen Furlough (ed) (1996), The Sex of Things: Gender and Consumption in Historical Perspective, London: University of California Press.
Jardine, Lisa (1997), Worldly Goods: A New History of the Renaissance, London: Papermac.
Kuechler, Susanne (in prep.), The Material Mind: An Anthropology of Innovation and Material Aesthetic.
McKendrick, Neil, John Brewer and J. H. Plumb (eds) (1982), The Birth of a Consumer Society: The Commercialization of Eighteenth-Century England, London: Europa.
(Social and Cultural) Memory, Histories, Life Narratives
Crinson, Mark (ed) (2005), Urban Memory: History and Amnesia in the Modern City, Abingdon: Routledge.
Harper, Juliet (1996), ‘Recapturing the Past: Alternative Methods of Life Story Work’, Adoption and Fostering, 20(3), 21-8.
Kuhn, Annette (2000), ‘A Journey through Memory’, in Susannah Radstone (ed), Memory and Methodology, New York: Berg,179-96.
_____ (2002 ), Family Secrets: Acts of Memory and Imagination, London: Verso.
_____ (2002), An Everyday Magic: Cinema and Cultural Memory, London: I.B. Tauris.
Olick, Jeffrey K. and Joyce Robbins (1998), ‘Social Memory Studies: From “Collective Memory” to the Historical Sociology of Mnemonic Practices’, Annual Review of Sociology, 24, 105-40.
Radstone, Susannah (ed) (2000), Memory and Methodology, New York: Berg.
Santner, Eric L. (1990), Stranded Objects: Mourning, Memory, and Film in Postwar Germany, Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press.
Seabrook, Jeremy (1991), ‘My Life in that Box’, in Jo Spence and Patricia Holland (eds), Family Snaps: The Meaning of Domestic Photography, London: Virago, 171-85.
Thomson, Rachel and Janet Holland (2005), ‘“Thanks for the Memory”: Memory Books as Methodological Resource in Bibliographical Research’, Qualitative Research, 5(2), 201-19.
Van Dijck, José (2004), ‘Mediated Memories: Personal Cultural Memory as an Object of Cultural Analysis’ in Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 18, 261-77.
_____ (2004), ‘Memory Matters in the Digital Age’, Configurations, 12, 349-73.
_____ (2005), ‘Digitized Memories: The Computer as Personal Memory Machine’, New Media and Society, 7(2), 291-312.
_____ (2006), ‘Record and Hold: Popular Music between Personal and Collective Memory,’ Critical Studies in Media Communication, 23(5), 357-74.
_____ (2008), ‘Digital Photography: Communication, Identity, Memory’, Visual Communication, 7(1), 57-76.
Van Dijck, José and Karin Bijsterveld (2009), Sound Souvenirs: Audio Technologies, Memory, and Cultural Practice. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.