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JCU Authors Bibliography

Daniele Pica


Coretti, Lorenzo, and Daniele Pica. 2019. “Facebook’s Communication Protocols, Algorithmic Filters, and Protest: A Critical Socio-Technical Perspective.” In Social Media Materialities and Protest: Critical Reflections, 72–85.

Coretti, Lorenzo, and Daniele Pica. 2016. “Social Networks and Participation: A Critical Literature Review.” DigitCult 1 (3): 21–36. doi:10.4399/97888548993913.

Coretti, Lorenzo, and Daniele Pica. 2015a. “The Purple Movement: How Facebook’s Design Undermined the Anti-Berlusconi Protest in Italy.” Journal of Italian Cinema & Media Studies 3 (3): 305–318. doi:10.1386/jicms.3.3.305_1.

Coretti, Lorenzo, and Daniele Pica. 2015b. “The Rise and Fall of Collective Identity in Networked Movements: Communication Protocols, Facebook, and the Anti-Berlusconi Protest.” Information, Communication & Society 18 (8): 951–967.

Herzhoff, Jan, Silvia Elaluf-Calderwood, Daniele Pica, and Carsten Sørensen. 2009. “User and Business Factors: State of the Art Review.” Flexible Networks: Internal Report, Mobile VCE Core 5 Research Programme. London: London School of Economics.  

Laurier, Eric, Hayden Lorimer, Barry Brown, Owain Jones, Oskar Juhlin, Allyson Noble, Mark Perry, Daniele Pica, Philippe Sormani, Ignaz Strebel, Laurel Swan, Alex S. Taylor, Laura Watts, and Alexandra Weilenmann. 2008. “Driving and ‘Passengering’: Notes on the Ordinary Organization of Car Travel.” Mobilities 3 (1): 1–23. doi:10.1080/17450100701797273.

Pica, Daniele, Donald Hislop, and Carsten Sørensen. 2008. “Context Matters: Un-Ubiquitous Use of Mobile Technologies by the Police.” In Mobility and Technology in the Workplace, edited by Donald Hislop, 151–164. New York: Routledge.

Sørensen, Carsten, Adel Al-Taitoon, Jan Kietzmann, Daniele Pica, Gamel Wiredu, Silvia Elaluf-Calderwood, Kofi Boateng, Masao Kakihara, and David Gibson. 2008. “Exploring Enterprise Mobility: Lessons from the Field.” Information Knowledge Systems Management 7 (1/2): 243–71.

Pica, Daniele. 2006. “The Rhythms of Interaction with Mobile Technologies: Tales from the Police.” PhD diss., London School of Economics. 

Enterprise Privacy Group. 2005. “The Identity Project: An Assessment of the UK Identity Cards Bill and Its Implications.” With the contribution of Daniele Pica. London: London School of Economics. 

Sørensen, Carsten, and Daniele Pica. 2005. “Tales from the Police: Rhythms of Interaction with Mobile Technologies.” In "Mobile Computing," special issue, Information and Organization 15 (2): 125–49.

Pica, Daniele, and Carsten Sørensen. 2004. “On Mobile Technology in Context: Exploring Police Work.” Journal of Computing and Information Technology 12 (4): 287–96. doi:10.2498/cit.2004.04.03.

Pica, Daniele, Carsten Sørensen, and D. Allen. 2004. “On Mobility and Context of Work: Exploring Mobile Police Work.” In Proceedings of the 37th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 2004. doi:10.1109/HICSS.2004.1265233.

Sørensen, Carsten, and Daniele Pica. 2004a. The Future Is Rock-Fluid: On Mobile Work, Trust and Flexibility. London School of Economics.

Sørensen, Carsten, and Daniele Pica. 2004b. “Out-of-Sight Shouldn’t Mean Out-Of-Mind: Why Corporates Need to Get Control of Their Wireless Assets.” Service Management, 27.

Pica, Daniele, and Masao Kakihara. 2003. “The Duality of Mobility: Understanding Fluid Organizations and Stable Interaction.” In ECIS Conference, 1555–1570. doi=