Morley, J. (2018) Rethinking energy services: The concept of ‘meta-service’ and implications for demand reduction and servicizing policy. Energy Policy, 122, 563-569. Available here.
Morley, J., Widdicks, K. and Hazas, M. (2018) Digitalisation, energy and data demand: The impact of Internet traffic on overall and peak electricity consumption. Energy Research and Social Science, 38, 128-137. Available here.
Morley, J. (2019). Energy services. In J. Rinkinen, E. Shove, & J. Torriti (Eds.), Energy Fables: Challenging Ideas in the Energy Sector. Routledge.
Morley, J. (2019). How Software Matters: Connective Tissue and Self-Driving Cars. In C. Maller & Y. Strengers (Eds.), Social Practices and Dynamic Non-Humans: Nature, Materials and Technologies. Palgrave Macmillan. Author’s accepted manuscript or download here.
Morley, J. (2018) Unleashing the internet: the normalisation of wireless connectivity. In Shove, E. and Trentman, F. (Eds) Infrastructures in practice: the evolution of demand in networked societies. MIT Press. Available here.
Morley, J. (2018) Response 1b. Sustainability within HCI within society: Improvisations, interconnections and imaginations. In Hazas, M. and Nathan, L. (Eds.) Digital Technology and Sustainability: Engaging the Paradox. Google Books link.
Morley, J. (2017) Technologies within and beyond practices. In Hui, A., Schatzki, T. and Shove, E. (Eds.) The nexus of practice: How social life hangs together. Routledge. Author’s accepted manuscript.
Peer-Reviewed Conference Papers
Hazas, M., Morley, J., Bates, O. and Friday, A. (2016) Are there limits to growth in data traffic?: On time use, data generation and speed. Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Computing within Limits. Irvine, California: ACM, 1-5. Available here.
Lord, C., Hazas, M., Clear, A. K., Bates, O., Whittam, R., Morley, J. & Friday, A. (2015) Demand in My Pocket: Mobile Devices and the Data Connectivity Marshalled in Support of Everyday Practice. Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’14). New York, USA: ACM Press. Available here.
Bates, O., Hazas, M., Friday, A., Morley, J., & Clear, A. K. (2014). Towards an holistic view of the energy and environmental impacts of domestic media and IT. In Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’14), 1173–1182. New York, USA: ACM. Available here.
Clear, A. K., Morley, J., Hazas, M., Friday, A., & Bates, O. (2013). Understanding adaptive thermal comfort. In Proceedings of the 2013 ACM international joint conference on Pervasive and ubiquitous computing – UbiComp ’13, 113–122. New York, USA: ACM. Available here.
Clear, A. K., Hazas, M., Morley, J., Friday, A., & Bates, O. (2013). Domestic food and sustainable design. In Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’13), 2447–2456. New York, USA: ACM. Available here.
Bates, O., Clear, A., Friday, A., Hazas, M., & Morley, J. (2012). Accounting for Energy-Reliant Services within Everyday Life at Home. In J. Kay, P. Lukowicz, H. Tokuda, P. Olivier, & A. Krüger (Eds.), Pervasive Computing (Vol 7319, pp. 107–124). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
Morley, J., & Hazas, M. (2011). The significance of difference: Understanding variation in household energy consumption. In Proceedings of the 2011 eceee Summer Study, 2037–2046. Available here.
Morley, J. (2014). Diversity, Dynamics and Domestic Energy Demand: A Study of Variation in Cooking, Comfort and Computing. (Doctor of Philosophy). Lancaster University. Available here.
Morley, J., and Robison, R.A.V. (2016) A nation of addicts? Exploring disciplinary perspectives on digital dependence. In Macrorie, R and Wade, F (eds.) Daily life, digital technologies and energy demand. Working Paper Collection. Available here.
Macrorie, R., Kragh-Furbo, M. and Morley, J. (2016) Breaking the Code: How algorithms (re)shape everyday life. In Macrorie, R and Wade, F (eds.) Daily life, digital technologies and energy demand. Working Paper Collection. Available here.
Blue, S., Morley, J., Marsden, G., and Shove, E. (2016) The Dynamics of Demand: methods and concepts for thinking about change. Discussion Paper for DEMAND Conference. Available here.
Morley, J. and Lord, C. (2016) Changing Connections: Wi-Fi, Tablets and Evolving Systems of Connectivity. In Proceedings of the DEMAND Conference, April, Lancaster. Available here.
Morley, J. (2014) Interesting topics and directions for practice theories. Working paper 8 In Demanding ideas: Where theories of practice might go next. A Collection of Working Papers, Windermere, 18-20 June 2014. Available here.