In Progress – a bibliography of relevant articles organised into sections.

On practice theory

Aldred, R. and Jungnickel, K. (2013) Matter in or out of place? Bicycle parking strategies and their effects on people, practices and places, Social & Cultural Geography, published version here
Hand, M. and Shove, E. 2007. Condensing practices: ways of living with a freezer. Journal of Consumer Culture, 7(1): 79–104. [CrossRef]
Hinton, E. (2010) Review of the literature relating to comfort practices and socio-technical systems, Environment, Politics and Development Working Paper Series, Department of Geography, King’s College London, Paper 35,
Holtz, G. “An agent-based model of social practices” Proceedings of the ESSA 2012 conference (8th Conference of the European Social Simulation Association), Salzburg,øpke, I. (2009) Theories of practice — New inspiration for ecological economic studies on consumption, Ecological Economics, Volume 68, Issue 10, 15 August 2009, Pages 2490–2497
Shove, E. and Walker, G. 2010. Governing transitions in the sustainability of everyday life. Research Policy, 39: 471–476. [CrossRef], [Web of Science ®]
Warde, A. 2005. Consumption and Theories of Practice. Journal of Consumer Culture, 5(2): 131–153. [CrossRef]
Watson, M. and Shove, A. 2008. Product, competence, project and practice: DIY and the dynamics of craft consumption. Journal of Consumer Culture, 8(1): 69–89. [CrossRef], [Web of Science ®]

On cycling

Aldred, R. (2012) Incompetent, or Too Competent? Negotiating Everyday Cycling Identities in a Motor Dominated Society. Mobilities, published.

Aldred, R. and Jungnickel, K. (2012) Cycling Cultures: final report, 2012 (London: University of East London)

Aldred, R. and Jungnickel, K. (2013) Matter in or out of place? Bicycle parking strategies and their effects on people, practices and places, Social & Cultural Geography, published version here

Carse, A., Goodman, A., Mackett, R.L., and Panter, J. – Journal of Transport Geography, 2013, The factors influencing car use in a cycle-friendly city: the case of Cambridge

Department for Transport. 2010. Safety, cycling and sharing the road. Qualitative research with cyclists and other road users, London: Department for Transport.

Goodman A, Guell C, Panter J, Jones N, Ogilvie D (2012) Healthy travel and the socio-economic structure of car commuting in Cambridge, UK: a mixed-methods analysis, Soc Sci Med, 74: 1929-1938.

Green, J., Steinbach, R. and Datta, J. 2012. The travelling citizen: emergent discourses of moral mobility in a study of cycling in London. Sociology, 46(2): 272–289. [CrossRef]

Guell C, Panter J, Jones N, Ogilvie D. Towards a differentiated understanding of active travel behaviour: using social theory to explore everyday commuting, Soc Sci Med 2012, 75: 233-239.

Guell, C.,Ogilvie, D. 2013, Picturing commuting: photovoice and seeking wellbeing in everyday travel – Qualitative Research, 2013 –

Heesch KC, Sahlqvist S, Garrard J (2011) Cyclists’ experiences of harassment from motorists: Findings from a survey of cyclists in Queensland, Australia. Preventive Medicine , Preventive Medicine 2011, Vol. 53, 417-420

Horton, D., Fear of Cycling, 2007, published as a book chapter in Cycling and Society (eds Rosen, Cox, Horton, 2007 – , and re-published free online

Jones, P. 2012. Sensory indiscipline and affect: a study of commuter cycling . Social & Cultural Geography, 2012 – Taylor & Francis

Panter, J., Desousa, C. and Ogilvie, D. (2013) Incorporating walking or cycling into car journeys to and from work: The role of individual, workplace and environmental characteristics, Preventive Medicine, Volume 56, Issues 3–4, March–April 2013, Pages 211–217

Pooley, C., Tight, M., Jones, T., Horton, D., Scheldeman, G., Jopson, A., Mullen, C., Chisholm, A., Strano, E. and Constantine, S. 2011. Understanding Walking and Cycling: Summary of Key Findings and Recommendations, Lancaster: Lancaster University.
Pooley, C.G., Horton, D., Scheldeman, G. and Mullen, C. Policies for promoting walking and cycling in England: A view from the street, Transport Policy, 2013 – Elsevier
Rissel, C., Bonfiglioli, C., Emilsen, A. and Smith, B.J. (2010) Representations of cycling in metropolitan newspapers – changes over time and differences between Sydney and Melbourne, Australia, BMC Public Health 10
Steinbach, R., Green, J., Datta, J. and Edwards, P. 2011. Cycling and the city: a case study of how gendered, ethnic and class identities can shape healthy transport choices. Social Science & Medicine, 72(7): 1123–1130. [CrossRef], [PubMed], [Web of Science ®]

Modelling Transitions

Burghes DN, Wood AD (1980) Mathematical models in the social, management and life sciences.
Ceja L & Navarro J (2012) Suddenly I got into the zone: examining discontinuities and nonlinear changes in flow experiences at work. Human Relations 65, 1101-1127.
Holme P, Newman MEJ (2006) Nonequilibrium phase transition in coevolution of networks and opinion. Physical Review E 74, 056108.
Holtz, G., Modelling societal transitions – an appraisal of first
experiences and propositions for future exercises, Presentation at the WCSS2010 (World Congress on Social Simualtion), Kassel,
Holyst JA, Kacperski K, Schweitzer F (2000) Phase transitions in social impact models of opinion formation, Physica A 285,199-210.
Oliva TA, Oliver RL, MacMillan IC (1992) A catastrophe model for developing service satisfaction strategies. Journal of Marketing 56, 83-95.
Timmermans, J., de Haan, H. and Squazzoni, F. Computational and Mathematical Approaches to Societal Transitions, Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory (2008) 14: 391–414,
Van Der Mass HLJ, Van Der Pligt (2003) Sudden transitions in attitudes. Social Methods & Research 32, 125-152.

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