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Tweaking, bombing, dabbing and stockpiling: the emergence of mephedrone and the perversity of prohibition
F Measham, K Moore, R Newcombe, Z Zoë
Drugs and Alcohol Today, 2010
2482010
Repertoires of distinction: Exploring patterns of weekend polydrug use within local leisure scenes across the English night time economy
F Measham, K Moore
Criminology & Criminal Justice 9 (4), 437-464, 2009
1552009
The rise in legal highs: prevalence and patterns in the use of illegal drugs and first-and second-generation “legal highs” in South London gay dance clubs
F Measham, DM Wood, PI Dargan, K Moore
Journal of Substance Use 16 (4), 263-272, 2011
1422011
Being an ‘it’in IT: gendered identities in IT work
A Adam, M Griffiths, C Keogh, K Moore, H Richardson, A Tattersall
European Journal of Information Systems 15 (4), 368-378, 2006
1082006
Do novel psychoactive substances displace established club drugs, supplement them or act as drugs of initiation? The relationship between mephedrone, ecstasy and cocaine
K Moore, PI Dargan, DM Wood, F Measham
European addiction research 19 (5), 276-282, 2013
1012013
Celebrating Heterogeneity?: A survey of female ICT professionals in England
M Griffiths, K Moore, H Richardson
Information, Community and Society 10 (3), 338-357, 2007
852007
Gendered futures? Women, the ICT workplace and stories of the future
K Moore, M Griffiths, H Richardson, A Adam
Gender, Work & Organization 15 (5), 523-542, 2008
822008
Young people, dance and the sub-cultural consumption of drugs
K Moore, S Miles
Addiction Research & Theory 12 (6), 507-523, 2004
812004
Reluctant reflexivity, implicit insider knowledge, and the development of club studies
K Moore, F Measham
Routledge (Taylor & Francis), 2006
752006
“It's the most fun you can have for twenty quid”: Motivations, consequences and meanings of British ketamine use
K Moore, F Measham
Addiction Research & Theory 16 (3), 231-244, 2008
662008
Mephedrone,“Bubble” and unidentified white powders: the contested identities of synthetic “legal highs”
F Measham, K Moore, J Østergaard
Drugs and Alcohol Today, 2011
532011
Key concepts in drugs and society
R Coomber, K McElrath, F Measham, K Moore
Sage, 2013
502013
10 Community, identity and digital games
M Hand, K Moore
Understanding digital games, 166, 2006
462006
The criminalisation of intoxication
F Measham, K Moore
ASBO Nation: The criminalisation of nuisance. Bristol: Policy, 273-88, 2008
442008
Understanding consumers’ understanding of mobile entertainment
K Moore, J Rutter
Mobile Entertainment: User-Centred Perspectives, 49-65, 2004
402004
MDMA powder, pills and crystal: the persistence of ecstasy and the poverty of policy
Z Smith, K Moore, F Measham
Drugs and alcohol today, 2009
392009
'Disappearing Women': A Study of Women Who Left the UK ICT Sector
M Griffiths, K Moore
Journal of technology management & innovation 5 (1), 95-107, 2010
372010
A commitment to clubbing
K Moore
Peace Review 16 (4), 459-465, 2004
332004
E-heads versus beer monsters: researching young people’s music and drug consumption in dance club settings
K Moore
Researching youth, 138-153, 2003
332003
Moving In, Moving Up, Moving Out?: A Survey of Women in ICT
K Moore, M Griffiths, HJ Richardson
ICFAI University Press, 2008
302008
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