Kathleen M. Cumiskey
Kathleen M. Cumiskey
College of Staten Island - CUNY
Verified email at csi.cuny.edu
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Mobile phones or pepper spray? Imagined mobile intimacy as a weapon of self-defense for women
KM Cumiskey, K Brewster
Feminist Media Studies 12 (4), 590-599, 2012
412012
“Surprisingly, nobody tried to caution her”: Perceptions of intentionality and the role of social responsibility in the public use of mobile phones
KM Cumiskey
Mobile communications, 225-236, 2005
392005
Haunting hands: Mobile media practices and loss
KM Cumiskey, L Hjorth
Oxford University Press, 2017
382017
Mobile media practices, presence and politics: The challenge of being seamlessly mobile
KM Cumiskey, L Hjorth
Routledge, 2013
262013
Mobile symbiosis: a precursor to public risk-taking behavior?
KM Cumiskey
Mobile Communication, 27-31, 2017
222017
The social psychology of mobile communication
KM Cumiskey, R Ling
The handbook of the psychology of communication technology, 228-246, 2015
192015
Between the seams. Mobile media practice, presence and politics
KM Cumiskey, L Hjorth
Mobile media practices, presence and politics. The challenge of being …, 2013
142013
The Networked Familiar Stranger: An Aspect of Online and Offl ine Urban Anonymity
R Schwartz
Mobile Media Practices, Presence and Politics, 149-163, 2013
132013
Can you hear me now?’: Paradoxes of techno-intimacy resulting from the public use of mobile communication technology
K Cumiskey
A sense of place: The global and the local in mobile communication, ed …, 2005
132005
'Simply Leaving My House Would Even Be Scarier': How Mobile Phones Affect Women's Perception of Safety and Experiences of Public Places
KM Cumiskey
Media Asia 37 (4), 205, 2010
82010
Mobiles facing death: Affective witnessing and the intimate companionship of devices
L Hjorth, KM Cumiskey
Cultural Studies Review 24 (2), 166-180, 2018
72018
“I wish they could have answered their phones”: Mobile communication in mass shootings
KM Cumiskey, L Hjorth
Death studies, 2018
62018
Affective mobile spectres: Understanding the lives of mobile media images of the dead
L Hjorth, KM Cumiskey
A networked self and platforms, stories, connections, 111-124, 2018
62018
Selfie eulogies: The posthumous affect of the camera phone
L Hjorth, KM Cumiskey
Residues of Death, 184-194, 2019
32019
The use of mobile media and the struggle for women’s empowerment
KM Cumiskey
The Routledge companion to mobile media, 389-398, 2014
32014
Mobile Fantasies on Film: Gathering Metaphoric Evidence of Mobile Symbiosis and the Mobile Imaginary.
KM Cumiskey
PsychNology Journal 5 (1), 83-99, 2007
32007
“Can you hear me now?”: The paradoxes of techno-intimacy via the use of personalized communication technology in public
KM Cumiskey
City University of New York, 2003
32003
Framing public mobile phone use (PMPU): A question of perspective and projection
KM Cumiskey
Seeing, Understanding, Learning in the Mobile Age, 2005
22005
Profiting from loss: the invocation and commodification of a counter story
KM Cumiskey
Under the Covers: Theorising the Politics of Counter Stories, 132, 2001
12001
Children, Death, and Digital Media
KM Cumiskey
The Routledge Companion to Digital Media and Children, 480-488, 2020
2020
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