Publications

Articles
Spinney, J., Burningham, K., Cooper, G., Green, N., Uzzell, D. (2012) ‘ Formatting the (un)sustainable consumer: exploring psychological product obsolescence and the dynamics of destabilisation in the laptop sector’, Journal of Consumer Culture, Vol. 12(3), pp. 347-370

Spinney, J., Burningham, K., Cooper, G., Green, N., Uzzell, D. (2012) ‘Are we sitting comfortably? Domestic imaginaries, laptop computing practices, and energy use’, Environment and Planning A, Vol. 44, pp. 2629-2645

Spinney, J. (2011) ‘A chance to catch a breath: using mobile video ethnography in cycling research’ Mobilities (special issue), Vol. 6(2), pp.161-182

Spinney, J. (2010) ‘Performing resistance? Re-reading urban cycling on London’s South Bank’ Environment and Planning A, 42(12), pp. 2914-2937

Spinney, J. (2008) Cycling between the traffic: mobility, identity and space Urban Design Journal, No. 108
Download link for full issue: http://www.udg.org.uk/publications/urban-design-journal-issue/urban-design-108-autumn-2008

Spinney, J. (2008) ‘Cycling the City mobility meaning and method’ Geography Compass, Vol. 3, No. 2, p817-835

Spinney, J. (2006) ‘A place of sense: a kinaesthetic ethnography of cyclists on Mt Ventoux’ Environment and Planning D: Society & Space, Vol. 24, No. 5, p709-732

Book Chapters
Spinney, J. (2010) ‘Mobilising sustainability: partnership working between a pro-cycling NGO and local government in London (UK)’ in Fudge S and Peters M (Eds), Promoting Action on Climate Change and Carbon Reduction: Local government, local communities and the policy environment, (Edward Elgar)

Spinney, J. (2010) ‘Resisting rhythms: re-reading urban times and spaces through everyday practices of cycling’ in Edensor T (Ed) Geographies of Rhythm (Ashgate, Aldershot) pp.113-128

Spinney, J. & Brown, K. (2009) ‘Come ride with me: using video as part of a mobile methodology’ in Fincham B, McGuiness M, Murray L (Eds) Mobile Methodologies (Palgrave), pp.130-151

Spinney, J. (2007) ‘Cycling the city: non-place and the sensory construction of meaning in a mobile practice’ in Horton D, Rosen P & Cox P (Eds) Cycling & Society (Ashgate, Aldershot), p25-46

PhD Thesis
Spinney, J. (2008) Cycling the city: movement, meaning and practice (unpublished PhD thesis, Royal Holloway University of London)

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