Mike Lloyd

Teaching in 2020

Qualifications

BA (Hons) PhD Cant

Research specialties

Ethnomethodology, sociology of everyday life, cycling and interaction

Selected publications

Lloyd, M., & Jewell, P. (2019). Look Then Think: Analysing Interactive Visual Humour. In J. Benavides  Delgado (Ed.), Humor, Education and Art (pp. 157-188). Bogotá: Ediciones  Universidad  Cooperativa de Colombia. doi:10.16925/9789587601312

Lloyd, M. (2019). "You just took the jump too slowly”: A single case analysis of a mountain bike crash. Social Interaction. Video-Based Studies of Human Sociality, 2(2). doi:10.7146/si.v2i2.113197

Lloyd, M. (2019). The non-looks of the mobile world: a video-based study of interactional adaptation in cycle-lanes. Mobilities, 1-24. doi:10.1080/17450101.2019.1571721

Lloyd, M., & Fourt-Wells, S. (2017). Stickers on cars: a note on ‘My Family’ decals. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 12 pages. doi:10.1080/10304312.2017.1395808

Lloyd, M. (2017). ‘Skills to Pay the Bills’: Gender Difference in Mountain Biking on Display. SITES: a Journal of Social Anthropology and Cultural Studies, 14(2), 51-76. doi:10.11157/sites-vol14iss2id370

Lloyd, M., Baddeley, M., & Snyder, B. H. (2017). The road ahead: using the “Sharrow” in new cycling infrastructure. Applied Mobilities. doi:10.1080/23800127.2017.1374019

Lloyd, M. (2017). When Rules Go Awry: A Single Case Analysis of Cycle Rage. Human Studies, 26 pages

Lloyd, M. (2017). On the Way to Cycle Rage: Disputed Mobile Formations. Mobilities, 12(3), 384-404

Lloyd, M. (2016). ‘It’s on video, every second of it’: a micro-sociological analysis of cycle rage. Visual Studies, 31(3), 206-220.

Lloyd M, (2014) Directing the Gaze: Humor in a Cartoon Caption Competition, International Journal of Comic Art , 16:2 465-480.

Lloyd M, (2014) Obscenity. In S. Attardo (Ed.)., Encyclopedia of Humor Studies, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, pp 547-549.

Lloyd M, (2014) Jokes. In M. Kimmel, C. Milrod, & A. Kennedy (Eds.), Cultural Encyclopedia of the Penis, London: Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 98-100.

Lloyd M, (2014) We're all in this together: Thinking about Culture, the Same, and Mass. In M. Hemmingsen, & J. Shaw (Eds.), Meaning and Identity An interdisciplinary perspective, Kolkata: Punthi Pustak, pp. 250-277.

Mike Lloyd & Maree Martinussen (2014) Free plants at your disposal: gathering people and plants in a community greening trial Sites: new series, vol 11 no 2, pp. 3-24.

Lloyd M, (2014) Embodied gestures as a resource in a photo caption competition, Australasian Journal of Popular Culture, 3:2, 191-205.

Lloyd, M., & Jewell, P. (2014). 'Fun in Games:' Employing insights from Goffman's Sociology to an Understanding of Humor. The Israeli Journal of Humor Research: An International Journal, 26-42

Lloyd M, (2013) ‘Sudoku with buttocks’: coupling images and captions in The Adventures of Naked Man,Visual Studies, 28:1, 52-66.

Lloyd M, (2013) Little Florrie and the Emperor:revisiting Naked Man and the family safe hypothesis,Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies Volume 27, Issue 6.

Lloyd, M. (2011). Like Tiddlywinks for Grown-ups : Communicative Artistry in a Westie Comedy Performance. Sites: a Journal of Social Anthropology and Cultural Studies, 8(2), 106-125

Lloyd M, (2011) 'Miss Grimshaw and the White Elephant: Categorization in a risque humor competition', International Journal of Humor Research, 24, 1, pp. 63-86.

Lloyd M, (2011) 'When Jemaine met Keitha: Flight of the Conchords tackle Australia', Continuum, 25, 3, pp. 415-426.

Lloyd M, 'Tracking Footprints?: A Response to Nicholas Holm', AntePodium (2011), pp. 27-31.

Lloyd, M. (2011). Response to Nicholas Holm: Tracking footprints?. In J. Shaw, & M. Hemmingsen (Eds.), Human Beings and Freedom: An Interdisiplinary Perspective (pp. 101-109). Kolkata: Punthi Pustak

Lloyd M. (2009) 'Nerds in the city: Flight of the Conchords makes good television humour', Media International Australia, 131, May , pp. 57-67.

Lloyd M. (2009) 'Seacoast stuff', Junctures, 12, June , pp. 83-93.

Lloyd M. Jewell P. (2009) 'Where did that fokker come from? The age's adventures of naked man cartoon caption competition', Media International Australia, 133, November, pp. 56-67.

Lloyd, M., & McGovern, B. (2008). Legendary life on the street: 'Blanket Man' and contemporary celebrity. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 22(5), 701-714

Lloyd, M., McGovern, B. (2007) 'World famous in Wellington: 'Blanket Man' and contemporary celebrity', Sites (New Series): 4(2): 137-154.

Lloyd, M. (2007) 'The artful accomplishment of humour in a "dick joke" competition'. Journal of Folklore Research, 44(2/3): 279-302.

Lloyd, M. (2007) Book Review: Michael Billig Laughter and Ridicule. Thesis Eleven 89: 136-138.

Lloyd, M. (2007) Straying: deviance. In S. Matthewman, C. West-Newman, & B. Curtis (Eds.)., Being Sociological, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 317-333

Lloyd, M. (2007) Linking abortion and mental health: what does a difference mean? New Zealand Sociology 22(1): 167-182.

Lloyd, M. (2007) Rear gunners and troubled privates: Wordplay in a 'dick joke' competition. Journal of Sociolinguistics 11(1): 5-23.

Lloyd, M. (2007) Book review: Busch, G. & Johnsen, H. The man with no arms and other stories. New Zealand Sociology, 22(1): 188-190.

Lloyd, M. (2006) 'Focus' Sites: A journal of Social Anthropology and Cultural Studies, 3(1), pp. 34-47.

Lloyd, M. (2006) 'Opening up pathways: a critical engagement with longitudinal health research', Health Sociology Review, 15(1), pp. 48-58.

Lloyd, M. (2006) 'Show and tell: making humour with a naked man'. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 20(3), pp. 363-381.

Lloyd, M. (2006) Book Review: Francis, D. & Hester, S. An Invitation to Ethnomethodology, Discourse & Society, 17(6), pp. 820-821.

Lloyd, M. (2005) The rise and fall of Naked Man New Zealand Journal of Media Studies 9(2).

Lloyd, M. (2005) 'Practical phenomenology and the OSH Inspector', in Labour, Employment and Work in New Zealand, Proceedings of the Eleventh Conference, S. Blumenfeld & G. Lafferty (Eds.), (pp.329-334), Industrial Relations Centre: Victoria University of Wellington.

Lloyd, M. (2005) ''A gambler called "Steel Balls", Addiction Research and Theory, 13(6), pp. 555-562.

Lloyd, M. (2005) 'Review of Coates, J., Men Talk: Stories in the Making of Masculinities", Discourse and Society, 16(2), pp. 308-309.

Lloyd, M. (2004) 'Life in the slow lane: Rethinking spectacular body modification' Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 18(4), pp. 555-564.

Teaching in 2020