Research articles on mobile media and communication are chronologically listed in the following order:
2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1991
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Rich Ling, Troels Fibæk Bertel, Pål Roe Sundsøy. (2012). The socio-demographics of texting: An analysis of traffic data. New Media & Society (NMS) 14(2):281-298.
Katie Brown, Scott W. Campbell, Rich Ling. (2011). Mobile Phones Bridging the Digital Divide for Teens in the US? Future Internet (FI) 3(2):144-158.
Rich Ling, Heather A. Horst. (2011). Mobile communication in the global south. New Media & Society (NMS) 13(3):363-374.
Pål Roe Sundsøy, Johannes Bjelland, Geoffrey Canright, Kenth Engø-Monsen, Rich Ling. (2010). Product Adoption Networks and Their Growth in a Large Mobile Phone Network. ASONAM 2010:208-216.
Rich Ling (2010). Texting as a life phase medium. J. Computer-Mediated Communication (JCMC) 15(2):277-292.
Jack Linchuan Qiu (2010). “Mobile Communication Research in Asia: Changing Technological and Intellectual Geopolitics?” Asian Journal of Communication. Vol. 20, Iss. 2, pp. 213-229.
Rich Ling (2008). Should We Be Concerned That the Elderly Don't Text? Inf. Soc. (TIS) 24(5):334-341.
Rich Ling (2008). Feature - Taken for granted: the infusion of the mobile phone in society. Interactions 15(6):55-58.
Baron, N. (2008) Text, Talk, or View: How Much of Ourselves do we Reveal? Paper in the proceedings of the conference ‘The Role if New Technologies in Global Societies. Theoretical Reflections, Practical concerns, and its Implications for China, 30th-31st July
Baron, N, Segerstad, Y., Axelsson A-S., Bohlin, E., Westlund, C., Bolin, E. and Schroeder, R.(2008) ‘Swedish Mobile Communication in Cross-Cultural Perspective.’ Paper for the 2008 AoIR Conference ‘Rethinking Community, Rethinking Places’,16th-19th October, IT University, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Wei, R. (2008). Motivations for use of the cell phone for mass communications and entertainment. Telematics & Informatics: An International Journal on Telecommunications & Information Technology, 25(1), 36-46.
Jack Linchuan Qiu (2008). “Mobile Civil Society in Asia: A Comparative Study of People Power II and the Nosamo Movement,” Javnost: The Public. Vol. 15, No. 5, pp. 5-24.
Jack Linchuan Qiu (2008). “Wireless Working-Class ICTs and the Chinese Informational City,” Journal of Urban Technology. Vol. 15, No. 3, pp. 57-77.
Jack Linchuan Qiu (2008). “Working-Class ICTs, Migrants, and Empowerment in South China,” Asian Journal of Communication. Vol. 18, No. 4, pp. 333-347.
Arlt, D., Pöschl, S. and Döring, N. (2007) Getting No Answers? An Experimental Study of Unavailability in SMS Communication, in proceedings of the conference, ‘Towards a Philosophy of Telecommunications Convergence’, 27th-29th September, Budapest.
Baron, N. and Ling, R. (2007) ‘Emerging Patterns of American Mobile Phone Use: Electronically Mediated Communication in Transition’, in Goggin, G. and Hjorth, L. (eds) Proceedings of the Conference Mobile Media 2007, Sydney, 2nd-4th July, pp.218-30.
Batson-Savage, T. (2007) ‘”Hol Awn Mek a Answer Mi Cellular”: Sex, Sexuality and the Cellular Phone in Urban Jamaica’, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, Vol.21, No.2, June, pp.239-52.
Byrne, P. (2007) ‘Inside the Circle: Using Broadcast SMS in a Sports Club’, Observatorio, Vol. 1, No.3, pp.59-72, available at http://obs.obercom.pt/index.php/obs/issue/view/10
Cahir, J. (2007) ‘Text-Messaging: A Private Form of Communication?’ in Goggin, G. and Hjorth, L. (eds) Proceedings of the Conference Mobile Media 2007, Sydney, 2nd-4th July, pp.208-17.
Wei, R. (2007). The high-tech cell phone as self phone: Social identity and goal attainment in individual cell phone dependency. Asian Communication Research, 3(1), 5-24.
Jack Linchuan Qiu (2007). "The Wireless Leash: Mobile Messaging Service as a Means of Control," International Journal of Communication, vol. 1, pp. 74-91. http://ijoc.org/ojs/index.php/ijoc/article/view/15
Jack Linchuan Qiu (2007). “The Accidental Accomplishment of Little Smart: Understanding the Emergence of a Working-Class ICT,” New Media & Society. Vol. 9, No. 6, pp. 903-923.
Wei, R. (2006). Wi-Fi powered WLAN: When built, who will use it? Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 12(1), 1-21.
Wei, R. (2006). Lifestyles and new media: Adoption and use of wireless communication technology in China. New Media & Society, 8(6), 991-1008.
Wei, R., & Lo, V. (2006). Staying connected while on the move: Cell phone use and social connectedness. New Media & Society, 8(1), 53-77.
Amagasa, K. (2005) Inner Construction of Keitai Family: Inner Constructions of Today’s Family from the Viewpoint of Keitai Use, Proceedings of the conference ‘Seeing Understanding. Learning in the Mobile Age’, Budapest, 28th -30th April, 2005
Barendregt, B. (2005) The Ghost in the Phone and other Tales of Indonesian Modernity. Paper presented at the International Conference on Mobile Communication and Asian Modernities I, Hong Kong, 7th-8th June.
Barendregt, B. (2005) Hailed, Haunted and Hacked: Mobile Modernities in Contemporary Indonesia, or Stories from the Other End of the Digital Divide? Paper presented at the International Conference on Mobile Communication and Asian Modernities II, Beijing, 20th-21st October.
Campbell, M. (2005) ‘The Impact of the Mobile Phone on Young People’s Social Life’, in Social Change in the 21st Century. Queensland University of Technology.
Carolyn Cartier, Manuel Castells, and Jack Linchuan Qiu (2005). "The Information Have-Less: Inequality, Mobility, and Translocal Networks in Urban China," Studies in Comparative International Development. Vol. 40, No.2. pp. 9-34.
Broege, S. (2004) CU on IM: Young Adults Motivations for Synchronous Mediated Communication in Germany and the United States, Proceedings of the Conference ‘Mobile Communication and Social Change, October 18-19, Seoul, Korea.
Per E. Pedersen, Rich Ling (2003).Modifying Adoption Research for Mobile Internet Service Adoption: Cross-Disciplinary Interactions. HICSS 2003:90
Aoki, K. and Downes, E. (2003) ‘An Analysis of Young People’s Use of and Attitudes towards Cell Phones’, Telematics and Informatics, Vol. 20, No.4, pp.349-64.
Rich Ling. (2002). The diffusion of mobile telephony among Norwegian teens: A report from after the revolution. Annales des Télécommunications (ADT) 57(3-4):210-224.
Anderson, B., Gale, C., Gower, A., France, E., Jones, M., Lacohee, H., McWilliam, A., Tracey, K. and Trimby, M. (2002) ‘Digital Living – People-Centred Innovation and Strategy’, BT Technology Journal, Vol.20, No.2, April.
Arminen, I. (2002) ‘Emergentes, Divergentes: Les Cultures Mobiles’, Réseaux, Vol.20, No.112-113, pp.81-106.
Barry, M. and Yu, L-A (2002) ‘The Uses and Meaning of I-Mode in Japan’, in Lorente, S. (Edition editor) Revista de Estudios de Juventud, Junio, No.57, pp.151-72.
Rich Ling. (2001)."We Release Them Little by Little": Maturation and Gender Identity as Seen in the Use of Mobile Telephony. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing (PUC) 5(2):123-136.
Bull. M. (2001) Sounding Out the City: Personal Stereos and the Management of Everyday Life, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Bull, M. (2001) ‘The World according to Sound: Investigating the World of Walkman Users, New Media and Society, June, Vol.3, No.2., pp.179-99
Wei, R. (2001). From luxury to utility: A longitudinal analysis of cell phone laggards. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 78(4), 702-719.
Rich Ling. (2000). Direct and Mediated Interactions in the Maintenance of Social Relationships. HOIT 2000:61-86.
Rich Ling. (2000). "We will be reached": the use of mobile telephony among Norwegian youth. IT & People (ITP) 13(2):102-120.
Burkart, G. (2000) ‘Mobile Kommunikation. Zur Kulturbedeutung des “Handy”’, Soziale Welt, Vo.51, No.2, pp.209-32.
Leung, L., & Wei, R. (2000). More than just talk on the move: A use-and-gratification study of the cellular phone. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 77(2), 308-320.
Wei, R., & Leung, L. (1999). Blurring private and public behavior in public places: Policy challenges in the use and improper use of the cell phone. Telematics & Informatics: An International Journal on Telecommunications & Information Technology, 16(1-2), 11-26.
Leung, L., & Wei, R. (1999). Seeking news via the pager: A value-expectancy study. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 43(3), 299-315.
Leung, L., & Wei, R. (1999). Who are the mobile phone have-nots? Influences and consequences. New Media & Society, 1(2), 209-226.
Wei, R., & Leung, L. (1998). Owning and using new media technology as predictors of quality of life. Telematics & Informatics: An International Journal on Telecommunications & Information Technology, 15(4), 237-251.
Bakke, J. (1997) ‘Competition in Mobile Telephony and Images of Communication’, in Frissen, V. (Ed.) Gender, ITCs and Everyday Life: Mutual Shaping Processes, COST A4, Vol.6, EC, pp.219-29.
Boullier, D. et Chevrier, S. (1994) Quels liens au loin? Publiphonie et Mobilité chez les Grands Voyageurs, CNET, PAA/TSA/UST/4136, Mars.