Martin Parker

Refereed journal articles

• Parker, Martin. “Joys of travel: introducing the Spectral Tourist.” LEA Special Issue: My Favorite Supplement: The Joy of the Gizmo, Leonardo Electronic Almanac Vol. 15, No. 11-12 (2007). 31 Dec. 2007

http://leoalmanac.org/journal/Vol_15/lea_v15_n11_12/MParker.html

• Coyne, Richard, Raymond Lucas, Jia Li, Martin Parker, and John Lee. 2007. Co-operation and complicity: Voices, robots, and tricksters in the digital marketplace. International Journal of Architectural Computing (IJAC), (5) 1, 161-175.

• Coyne, Richard, John Lee, and Martin Parker. 2005. Permeable portals: designing congenial web sites for the e-society. Tangentium, (2) 1, www.personal.leeds.ac.uk/~polaw/tangentium/jan05/index.html. [MO]

• Coyne, Richard, Pedro Rebelo, and Martin Parker. 2004. Resisting the seamless interface. International Journal of Architectural Computing (IJAC), (4) 2, 430-442.

• Coyne, Richard, and Martin Parker. 2006. Voices out of place: Voice, non-place and ubiquitous digital communications. Mobile Understanding: The Epistemology of Ubiquitous Communication: 171-182. Vienna: Passagen Verlag. First appeared as Coyne, Richard, and Martin Parker. 2005. Sounding Off: The Place of Voice in Ubiquitous Digital Media. Proc. Seeing, Understanding, Learning in the Mobile Age, Budapest, April 28–30: 129-134.

• Coyne, Richard, Raymond Lucas, Jia Li, Martin Parker, and John Lee. 2007. Co-operation and complicity: Voices, robots, and tricksters in the digital marketplace. International Journal of Architectural Computing (IJAC), (to appear) Also appeared as Coyne, Richard, Raymond Lucas, Jia Li, Martin Parker, and John Lee. 2006. The augmented marketplace: Voices, robots and tricksters. In V. Bourdaksi, and D. Charitos (eds.), Keynote Speakers: Proc. Communicating Space(s): ii-ix. Volos: University of Thessaly, Greece.

• Coyne, R. and M. Parker, ‘Voices Off: The Spatial Implications of Voice in Ubiquitous Digital Media’, Proc. Space, Spatiality, Technology Conference 12 – 24 Dec 2004, Edinburgh: Napier University, 2004, 34-38.

• Coyne, R. and M. Parker, ‘Sounding Off: The Place of Voice in Ubiquitous Digital Media’, Proc. Seeing, Understanding, Learning in the Mobile Age, Budapest.