Yates, S., & Lockley, E. (2018). Social media and social class. American Behavioral Scientist, 62 (9), 1291-1316. http://doi.org/10.1177/0002764218773821
Yates, S., Kirby, J., & Lockley, E. (2015). Digital media use: differences and inequalities in relation to class and age. Sociological research online, 20 (4), 12. http://doi.org/10.5153/sro.3751
Bowen, S., Mcseveny, K., Lockley, E., Wolstenholme, D., Cobb, M., & Dearden, A. (2013). How was it for you? Experiences of participatory design in the UK health service. CoDesign, 9 (4), 230-246. http://doi.org/10.1080/15710882.2013.846384
Lockley, E. (2013). Mobile Lives. INFORMATION COMMUNICATION & SOCIETY, 16 (10), 1696-1697. http://doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2011.642403
Green, G., & Lockley, E. (2012). Communication practices of the Karen in Sheffield: Seeking to navigate their three zones of displacement. Asian Journal of Communication, 22 (6), 566-583. http://doi.org/10.1080/01292986.2012.717095
Giglitto, D., Ciolfi, L., Claisse, C., & Lockley, E. (2019). Bridging cultural heritage and communities through digital technologies: Understanding perspectives and challenges. The 9th International Conference on Communities & Technologies - Transforming Communities (C&T 2019), June 3--7, 2019, Vienna, Austria, 81-91. http://doi.org/10.1145/3328320.3328386
Ciolfi, L., & Lockley, E. (2019). Exploring flash fiction for the collaborative interpretation of qualitative data. Proceedings of the 17th European conference on computer-supported cooperative work: the international venue on practice-centred computing an the design of cooperation technologies - exploratory papers, reports of the European Society for Socially Embedded. http://doi.org/10.18420/ecscw2019_ep03
Ciolfi, L., & Lockley, E. (2018). From Work to Life and back again: Examining the digitally-mediated work/life practices of a group of knowledge workers. ECSCW 2018 - Proceedings of the 16th European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work.
Yates, S., Kirby, J., Lockley, E., & Potts, S. (2015). Digital cultural capital. In MeCCSA Annual Conference : Generations, Northumbria University, 7 January 2015 - 9 January 2015.
Yates, S., Kirby, J., Lockley, E., & Potts, S. (2015). Affordances, effectivities and efficacies : theorising digital engagements. In MeCCSA Annual Conference : Generations, Northumbria University, 7 January 2015 - 9 January 2015.
Yates, S., Kirby, J., & Lockley, E. (2014). Digital inclusion and exclusion : engaging communities and local government. In ICA Seattle Preconference: Communication and "The Good Life" : Around the World After Two Decades of the Digital Divide, Seattle, Washington, 22 May 2014 - 25 May 2014.
Green, G., & Lockley, E. (2013). From bullets to blogs : how the Karen of Sheffield had their new ‘weapons’ turned against them. In Intersectional Conflict and Dialogue in Transnational Migrant and Digital Diaspora Networks, Hull, UK, 11 April 2013 - 12 April 2013. http://www.mignetproject.eu/?p=608
Langley, J., Le Maitre, C., Vernon-Parry, K., Lockley, E., Westerman, J., Smith, J., ... Choppin, S. (2012). Being interdisciplinary..... creating a culture for the academics of tomorrow. In Understanding Interdisciplinarity: theory and practice - An International Conference, Sheffield, 12 June 2012 - 14 June 2012.
Rodriguez, L., & Lockley, E. (2012). Interdisciplinary working in service design: case studies for designing touch points. In ServDes 2012, Helsinki, Fimland, 8 February 2012 - 10 February 2012.
Uruchurtu, E., Lockley, E., Roast, C., Keefe, T., & Williams, N. (2010). Understanding user requirements and expectations of digital learning resources. Workshop Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Computers in Education, ICCE 2010, 158-166.
Uruchurtu, E., Lockley, E., Roast, C., & De Bleecker, I. (2009). Usability evaluation of OpenWeb transcoding. In 11th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services, Bonn, Germany, 15 September 2009 - 18 September 2009. http://mobilehci.uni-siegen.de/proceedings2009/ic318-uruchurtu.pdf
Uruchurtu, E., Lockley, E., Roast, C., & De Bleecker, I. (2009). Usability evaluation of OpenWeb transcoding. ACM International Conference Proceeding Series.
Yates, S., Kirby, J., & Lockley, E. (2015). Digital divides in the UK : separating issues of life stage, class, access and use. In Communication across the Life Span, San Juan, Porto Rico, 21 May 2015 - 24 May 2015.
Yates, S., Mills, S., Lockley, E., & Doherty, K. (2005). Gender, 'face' management and mediated interaction. In 9th International Pragmatics Conference, Riva del Garda, Italy, 1 July 2005.
Yates, S.J., & Lockley, E. (2020). Workplace “digital culture” and the uptake of digital solutions: Personal and organizational factors. In The Oxford Handbook of Digital Technology and Society. (pp. 369-402). http://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190932596.013.13
Yates, S.J., & Lockley, E. (2020). Digital engagement and class: Economic, social, and cultural capital in a digital age. In The Oxford Handbook of Digital Technology and Society. (pp. 426-448). http://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190932596.013.25
Yates, S.J., Kirby, J., & Lockley, E. (2015). ‘Digital-by-default’: reinforcing exclusion through technology. In Foster, L., Brunton, A., Deeming, C., & Haux, T. (Eds.) In defence of welfare 2. Bristol: Policy Press: http://www.social-policy.org.uk/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/IDOW-Complete-text-4-online_secured-compressed.pdf
Green, G., & Lockley, E. (2014). Surveillance without borders : the case of Karen refugees in Sheffield. In Akhgar, B., & Arabnia, H.R. (Eds.) Emerging trends in ICT security. (pp. 519-533). Waltman, MA: Morgan Kaufmann: http://world-comp.org/elsevier-morgan-kaufman-ICT/
Lockley, E., & Akhgar, B. (2014). Understanding the situational awareness in cybercrimes: Case studies. In Cyber Crime and Cyber Terrorism Investigator's Handbook. (pp. 101-121). http://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-800743-3.00009-8
Tabatabaei, F., Nasserzadeh, S.M.R., Yates, S., Akhgar, B., Lockley, E., & Fortune, D. (2013). From local to global: Community-based policing and national security. In Strategic Intelligence Management: National Security Imperatives and Information and Communications Technologies. (pp. 85-92).
Yates, S., & Lockley, E. (2008). Moments of separation: gender, (not so remote)relationships, and the mobile phone. In Jones, S. (Ed.) Remote relationships in a small world. (pp. 74-97). New York ; Oxford: Peter Lang Publishing
Akhgar, B., Yates, S., & Lockley, E. (2013). Introduction: Strategy formation in a globalized and networked age-a review of the concept and its definition.
Croall, H., Crone, S., Lockley, E., Taylor, B., & Yates, S. (2015). Sheffield Doc/Fest : digital art spaces research and development report. London: Digital R&D Fund for the Arts.
Yates, S., Kirby, J., & Lockley, E. (2014). Supporting digital engagement : final report to Sheffield City Council. Liverpool: Institute of Cultural Capital.
Theses / Dissertations
Lockley, E. (2009). The face of the phone: studies of public and private mobile-phone use. (Doctoral thesis). Supervised by Yates, S.
Lockley, E., & Green, G. (2012). Surveillance without borders : the case of Karen refugees in Sheffield. Presented at: 5th Biannual Surveillance and Society Conference "Watch This Space: Surveillance Futures", Sheffield, UK
Lockley, E. (2009). Interaction management strategies for mobile phone use in public. Presented at: 1st Autumn Conference of Interpersonal Communication and Social Interaction Section of ECREA, University of Tampere, Finland, 2009
Ciolfi, L., & Lockley, E. (n.d.). Flash Fiction Exploring the Blurring of Work and Life. Presented at: Workshop Design Fiction for Mixed-Reality Performances at CHI 2017, Denver, 2017