Publications

PhD Thesis

Condie, J. (2013) Living Alongside Railways: A discursive psychological analysis of adapting to disruption and identities of place, PhD Thesis: University of Salford. Download thesis here.

Books

Condie, J., & Cooper, A.M. (Eds.) (2015) Dialogues of Sustainable Urbanisation: Social Science Research and Transitions to Urban Contexts, Penrith: University of Western Sydney

Articles

Henshaw, V., Bruce, N., Condie, J., & Payne, S. (2015) Analysing olfactory and auditory sensescapes in English cities: Sensory expectation and urban environmental perception, Ambiances: International Journal of Sensory Environment, Architecture, and Urban Space, available online at: http://ambiances.revues.org/560  

Whittle, N., Condie, J., Brown, P., Waddington, D., & Steele, A. (2015) Human Response to Vibration in Residential Environments: Development of a Social Survey for the Study of Annoyance, Applied Acoustics, 87, 83-93

Waddington, D., Woodcock, J., Peris, E., Condie, J., Sica, G., Moorhouse, A., & Steele, A. (2014) Human Response to Vibration in Residential Environments,  Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 135, p. 182

Coiffait, F-M., Bartlett, K., Condie, J., & Houghton, D. (2013) Social Media and Clinical Psychology, friend or foe? Clinical Psychology Forum, BPS Division of Clinical Psychology, Issue 244.

Condie, J., & Brown, P. (2011) Using a Qualitative Approach to Explore the Human Response to Vibration in Residential Environments in the United Kingdom, The Built and Human Environment Review, 2 (1), pp. 58-68. Download paper here.

Conference Papers

Condie, J. (2013) “They don’t even have the decency to let us know”: Residents Experiences of Living Alongside Railways, Next Generation Rail: Inspiring the future of rail professionals, Rail Research Association UK (RRUKA), London. Download slides here.

Condie, J., & Brown, P. (2011) ‘Well, it ticked all the boxes’: Negotiating Place and Living near Railways, Environment 2.0: 9th Biennial Conference on Environmental Psychology, Eindhoven University of Technology. Download pdf here.

Condie, J. (2011) Living near Railways: Discourses of Control, Choice and Compromise, 26th PsyPAG Annual Conference 2011: Bangor University. Part of the Qualitative Methods in Psychology Symposium [organised].

Condie, J. (2011) Living near railways: discourses of control, choice and compromise, Salford Postgraduate Annual Research Conference 2011: University of Salford

Condie, J. (2010) “I jumped out my skin because a train went through”: A narrative-discursive analysis of place identity and residents experiences of railway vibration and noise in residential environments, 25th PsyPAG Annual Conference 2010: Sheffield Hallam University. Part of the Environmental Psychology Symposium [co-organised].

Condie, J., Whittle, N., Brown, P., & Waddington, D. (2009) Development of a social survey questionnaire for the investigation of human response to vibration in residential environments, Euronoise 2009: Edinburgh

Research Reports

Condie, J., McCourt, A., Scullion, L., & Brown, P. (2015) It’s about time: An evaluation of the Stronger Families Programme in Rochdale, Salford: The University of Salford

Condie, J., Steele, A., Whittle, N., Brown, P., & Waddington, D. (2011) NANR209 Human Response to Vibration in Residential Environments, Technical Report 2: Measurement of Response, London: DEFRA. Download report here. 

Condie, J., & Steele, A. (2011) NANR209 Human Response to Vibration in Residential Environments, Technical Report 5: Analysis of Social Survey Findings, London: DEFRA. Download report here. 

Waddington, D., Moorhouse, A., Steele, A., Woodcock, J., Condie, J., Peris, E., Sica, G., & Koziel, Z. (2011) Human Response to Vibration in Residential Environments (NANR209), Final Project Report, Defra (London) Download report here.

Condie, J., (2011) Tameside Empty Homes Survey: Final Report, Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council: Ashton-Under-Lyne

Brown, P., Scullion, L, Whittle, N., Morris, G., Condie, J., & Bashir, N. (2009) Oldham and Rochdale New Build Research: Resident Research, Salford: The University of Salford

Brown, P., Hunt, L., Condie, J., & Niner, P. (2009) Tees Valley Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Needs Assessment, Salford: The University of Salford

Brown, P., Hunt, L., Condie, J., & Niner, P. (2009) Tyne and Wear Gypsy, Traveller and Travelling Showpeople Accommodation Assessment, Salford: The University of Salford

Brown, P., Hunt, L., & Condie, J. (2008) Cumbria Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Assessment, Salford: The University of Salford

Brown, P., Hunt, L., Condie, J., Powell, R., & Reeve, K. (2008) North and North East Lincolnshire Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Needs Assessment, Salford: The University of Salford

Brown, P., Hunt, L., & Condie, J. (2007) Merseyside Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Needs Assessment, Salford: The University of Salford

Brown, P., Hunt, L., Condie, J., & Niner, P. (2007) Southern Staffordshire and Northern Warwickshire Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Assessment, Salford: The University of Salford

Hunt, L., Brown, P., & Condie, J. (2008) Cumbria Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Needs Assessment: Appleby Fair Assessment, Salford: The University of Salford

Hunt, L., Steele, A., & Condie, J. (2008) Migrant Workers in Rochdale and Oldham, Salford: The University of Salford

Powell, R., Casey, R., Reeve, K., Brown, P., Hunt, L., Condie, J. and Niner, P. (2008) West Yorkshire Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Assessment, Sheffield: Sheffield Hallam University

Steele, A., & Condie, J. (2008) Town Brook House Residents Survey, Report for Harvest Housing Group, Salford: The University of Salford

Poster presentations

Condie, J. (2009) Exploring residents experiences of living with vibration and noise from railways and roads, PsyPAG 24th Annual Conference, Cardiff: University of Cardiff

Other publications

Condie, J. (2015) Social Media for Social Housing in the UK and Australia. In Condie, J., & Cooper, A.M. (Eds.) (2015) Dialogues of Sustainable Urbanisation: Social Science Research and Transitions to Urban Contexts, Penrith: University of Western Sydney

Condie, J., & Cooper, A. (2014) We are all @salfordpsych: the rotation curation approach and twitter as a learning tool in higher education. In K. Woodfield (Ed.) Social media in social research, blogs on blurring the boundaries, London: NatCen Social Research

Condie, J., Roberts, D., Jackson, E., et al., (2011) ‘I’m sorry, do I know you? A REDS Guide to Networking, Researcher Enterprise Development Salford: University of Salford, available here.

Condie, J. (2010) No longer a lone wolf: On being part of the Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section, PsyPAG Quarterly, 77, p. 28-29

Condie, J. (2009) Workshop Review: Researching gender: Qualitative approaches, Qualitative Methods in Psychology Newsletter, 8.

Morris, G., & Condie, J. (2010) Who am I? Reflections on the search for a professional identity, PsyPAG Quarterly, 74, p. 28-32

Organised Events/Workshops

Social Media for Learning and Employability, July 2013, Association for the Teaching of Psychology Conference, workshop slides available here.

Social Media for Events and For You, August 2012, BSc (Hons) Events Management Summer School, University of Huddersfield, students from Sino-British College, Shanghai (workshop facilitator).

Capturing the Event Experience using Mobile Technologies, August 2012, BSc (Hons) Events Management Summer School, University of Huddersfield, students from Sino-British College, Shanghai (workshop facilitator).

Working with Word for Qualitative Workshop, August 2012, Postgraduate Student Research Conference, School of Education, University of Manchester (workshop facilitator), presentation available here.

Putting Social Media into Practice: Tips, Contemporary Issues, and Privacy, PsyPAG Conference, July 2012, Northumbria University, (workshop facilitator) presentation available here. (Co-facilitators: David Houghton, Kirsten Bartlett, Fleur-Michelle Coiffait, and Emma Davies)

Social Marketing: Social Media for Social Good, February 2012, University of Birmingham (Lecture/Workshop), presentation available here.

‘You can do a lot with Word’: Analysing Qualitative Data Using Microsoft Word, PsyPAG conference, July 2011, Bangor University (Workshop Facilitator), presentation available here.

How to encourage entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial activity within an academic environment: A REDS workshop, Education in a Changing Environment Conference (ECE), July 2011, University of Salford (Co-organised with REDS team). Workshop outline is available online here.

REDS (Researcher Enterprise Development Salford): series of six events to encourage and develop entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial skills amongst the research community, February – June 2011, University of Salford (Co-organised with REDS team)

Postgraduates Who Teach (PGwT) Workshop: Teaching Multi-Disciplinary Groups, Teaching Qualitative Methods, University of Salford, December 2009, Co-organised with Val Todd (NW PGwT Co-ordinator)

PsyPAG Workshop: Exploring new, innovative, and emerging methods in qualitative research, University of Salford, November 2009