Where possible I have linked to Open Access versions of the below publications. Unfortunately, in some cases, publishers’ requirements mean that I can only link to the Accepted Manuscript version, and sometimes not at all. If you want to read something that I have written and can’t access it through the links below, please just send me an email.
You can get a sense of the reach and influence of my writing (who has cited it and how many times) on Google Scholar.
Blue, S. 2017. ‘Institutional Rhythms: Combining Practice Theory and Rhythmanalysis to Conceptualise Processes of Institutionalisation’. Time and Society. (Open Access)
Williams V, Tarleton B, Heslop P, Porter, S, Bernd, S, Blue, S, Merchant, W, Mason-Angelow, V. 2017. ‘Understanding Disabling Darriers: A Fruitful Partnership between Disability Studies and Social Practices?’ Disability & Society 33 (2): 157-174. (Journal’s Website)
Blue, S., Shove E., Carmona C., and M. P. Kelly. 2016. ‘Theories of Practice and Public Health: Understanding (Un)Healthy Practices’. Critical Public Health, 26 (1): 36-50. (Open Access)
Blue, S. 2013. ‘Ongoing Change in the Rhythms of Mixed Martial Arts Practice’. The International Journal of Sport and Society, 3 (3): 161-170. (Journal’s Website)
Blue, S. 2018. ‘Reducing Demand for Energy in Hospitals: Opportunities for and Limits to Temporal Coordination’. In A. Hui, R. Day and G. Walker (Eds.) Demanding Energy: Space, Time and Change. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, 313-337. (Publisher’s Website)
Blue, S. 2017. ‘The Sociology of Consumption’. In: K.L. Korgen (Ed.) The Cambridge Handbook of Sociology: Volume 2: Specialty and Interdisciplinary Studies. Cambridge University Press, 265-274. (Publisher’s Website)
Blue, S. and Spurling, N. 2016. ‘Qualities of Connective Tissue in Hospital Life: How Complexes of Practices Change’. In A. Hui, E. Shove and T. Schatzki (Eds.) The Nexus of Practice: Connections, Constellations and Practitioners. Routledge, 24-37. (Accepted Manuscript) (Publisher’s Website)
Blue, S. and Shove, E. 2016. ‘How Social Practices Generate, Carry and Require Knowledge and Know-How’. In K. Orr, S. Nutley, S. Russell, et al. (Eds.) Knowledge and Practice in Business and Organisations. Routledge, 217-219. (Accepted Manuscript) (Publisher’s Website).
Spurling, N. and Blue, S. 2014. ‘Entities, Performances and Interventions’. In: C. Foulds & C. Jensen (eds.) Practices, the Built Environment and Sustainability: A Thinking Note Collection. Cambridge, Copenhagen, London.