Recent Writings

Published/Accepted Journal Papers (since January 2012)

  1. Schwanen, T., in press. Thinking complex interconnections: transition, nexus and geography. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers.
  2. Schwanen, T., in press. Geographies of transport III: New spatialities of knowledge production? Progress in Human Geography.
  3. Geels, F.W., Sovacool, B.K., Schwanen, T., Sorrell, S. 2017. The socio-technical dynamics of low-carbon transitions. Joule.
  4. Hubers, C.G.T.M., Dijst, J., Schwanen, T., in press. The fragmented worker? ICTs, coping strategies and gender differences in the temporal and spatial fragmentation of paid labour. Time and Society.
  5. Hu, K., Wu, J., Schwanen, T., 2017. Differences in energy consumption in electric vehicles: an exploratory real-world study in Beijing. Journal of Advanced Transportation 2017, 4695975.
  6. Geels, F.W., Sovacool, B.K., Schwanen, T., Sorrell, S. 2017. Sociotechnical transitions for deep decarbonization. Science 357(6357), 1242-1244.
  7. Dudley, G., Banister, D., Schwanen, T., 2017. The rise of Uber and regulating the disruptive innovator. The Political Quarterly 88(3), 492-499.
  8. Schwanen, T., 2017. Geographies of transport II: Reconciling the general and the particular. Progress in Human Geography 41(3), 355-364.
  9. Bergman, N., Schwanen, T., Sovacool, B.K., 2017. Imagined people, behaviour and future mobility: Insights from visions of electric vehicles and car clubs in the United Kingdom. Transport Policy 59, 165-173.
  10. Stapleton, L., Sorrell, S., Schwanen, T., 2017.  Peak car and increasing rebound: A closer look at car travel trends in Great Britain. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 53,  217-233.
  11. Temenos, C., Nikolaeva, A., Schwanen, T., Cresswell, T., Sengers, F., Watson, M., Sheller, M., 2017. Theorizing mobility transitions: An interdisciplinary conversation. Transfers 7(1), 113-129.
  12. Pereira, R., Schwanen, T., Banister, D., 2017. Distributive justice and equity in transportation. Transport Reviews 37(2), 170-191.
  13. Wissink, B., Schwanen, T., Van Kempen, R., 2016. Beyond residential segregation: introduction. Cities 59, 126-130.
  14. De Vos, J., Mokhtarian, P.L., Schwanen, T., Van Acker, V., Witlox, F., 2016. Travel mode choice and travel satisfaction: bridging the gap between decision utility and experienced utility, Transportation 43(5), 771-796.
  15. Kwan, M.-P., Schwanen, T., 2016. Geographies of mobility. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 106(2), 243-256.
  16. Schwanen, T., 2016. Rethinking resilience as capacity to endure: automobility and the city. City: Analysis of Urban Trends, Culture, Theory, Policy, Action 20(1), 152-160.
  17. Schwanen, T., 2016. Geographies of transport I: Reinventing a field?, Progress in Human Geography 40(1), 126-137.
  18. Stapleton, L., Sorrell, S., Schwanen, T., 2016. Estimating direct rebound effects for personal automotive travel in Great Britain, Energy Economics 54, 313-325.
  19. Brands, J., Schwanen, T., Van Aalst, I., 2016. What are you looking at? A visitors’ perspective on CCTV in the night-time economyEuropean Urban and Regional Studies 23(1), 23-39.
  20. Schwanen, T., 2015. Beyond instrument: smartphone app and sustainable mobility, European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research, 15(4), 675-690.
  21. Schwanen, T., 2015. The bumpy road toward low-energy mobility: case studies from two UK cities. Sustainability 7(6), 7086-7111.
  22. Nordbakke, S., Schwanen, T., 2015. Transport, unmet activity needs and wellbeing in later life – exploring the links, Transportation, 42(6), 1129-1151.
  23. Schwanen, T., Atkinson, S.J., 2015. Geographies of wellbeing: an introduction, The Geographical Journal 181(2), 98-101.
  24. Schwanen, T., Lucas, K., Akyelken, N., Solsona, C.D., Carrasco, J.-C., 2015. Rethinking the links between social exclusion and transport disadvantage through the lens of social capital. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 74, 123-135.
  25. De Vos, J., Schwanen, T., Van Acker, V., Witlox, F., 2015. How satisfying is the Scale for Travel Satisfaction?, Transportation Research Part F: Psychology and Behaviour 29, 121-130.
  26. Götschi, T., Tainio, M., Maizlish, N., Schwanen, T., Goodman, A., Woodcock, J., 2015. Contrasts in active transport behaviour across four countries: How do they translate into public health benefits?, Preventive Medicine 74, 42-48.
  27. Brands, J., Van Aalst, I., Schwanen, T., 2015. Safety, surveillance and policing in the night-time economy: (re)turning to numbers, Geoforum 62, 24-37.
  28. Van Liempt, I., Van Aalst, I., Schwanen, T., 2015. Geographies of the urban night, Urban Studies 52(3), 407-421.
  29. Brands, J., Schwanen, T., Van Aalst, I., 2015. Fear of crime and affective ambiguities in the night-time economy. Urban Studies 52(3), 439-455.
  30. Manderscheid, K., Schwanen, T., Tyfield, D., 2014. Introduction to Special Issue on ‘Mobilities and Foucault’, Mobilities 9(4), 479-492.
  31. Brands, J., Schwanen, T., Van Aalst, I., 2014. Spatiotemporal variations in nightlife consumption: A comparison of students in two Dutch cities, Applied Geography 54, 96-109.
  32. Schwanen, T., Wang, D., 2014. Well-being, context and everyday activities in space and time. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 104(4), 833-851.
  33. Brands, J., Schwanen, T., 2014. Experiencing and governing safety in the night-time economy: nurturing the state of being carefreeEmotion, Space and Society 11, 67-78.
  34. Nordbakke S., Schwanen, T., 2014. Wellbeing and mobility: a theoretical framework and literature review focusing on older people. Mobilities 9(1), 104-129.
  35. Schwanen, T., Kwan, M.-P., Ren, F., 2014. The Internet and the gender division of labourThe Geographical Journal 180(1), 52-64.
  36. De Vos, J., Schwanen, T., Van Acker, V., Witlox, F., 2013. Travel and subjective well-being: A focus on findings, methods and future research needs. Transport Reviews 33(4), 421-442.
  37. Ren, F., Kwan, M.-P., Schwanen, T., 2013. Investigating the temporal dynamics of Internet activities using survival analysisTime & Society 22(2), 186-215.
  38. Schwanen, T., Hardill, I., Lucas, S., 2012. Spatialities of ageing: the co-construction and co-evolution of old age and space. Geoforum 43(6), 1291-1295.
  39. Schwanen, T., Banister, D., Bowling, A., 2012. Independence and mobility in later life. Geoforum 43(6), 1313-1322.
  40. Schwanen, T., Kwan, M.-P. Guest editorial: Critical space-time geographies. Environment and Planning A 44(9) 2043-2048.
  41. Schwanen, T., Van Aalst, I., Brands, J., Timan, T., 2012. Rhythms of the night: spatiotemporal inequalities in the night-time economy. Environment and Planning A 44(9), 2064-2085.
  42. Neutens, T., Delafontaine, M., Schwanen. T., Van de Weghe, N., 2012. The relationship between opening hours and accessibility of public service delivery. Journal of Transport Geography 25, 128-140
  43. Schwanen, T., 2012. Continuity and change in Dutch transport geography. Journal of Transport Geography 25, 167-170.
  44. Banister, D., Schwanen, T., Anable, J., 2012. Introduction to the special section on theoretical perspectives on climate change mitigation in transport. Journal of Transport Geography 24, 467-470.
  45. Schwanen, T., Banister, D., Anable, J., 2012. Rethinking habits and their role in behaviour change: The case of low-carbon mobilityJournal of Transport Geography 24, 522-532.
  46. Ettema, D., Schwanen, T., 2012. A relational approach to analyzing leisure travel. Journal of Transport Geography, 173-181.

Published/Accepted book chapters

  1. Schwanen, T., in press. Transportation systems, in: Castree, N., Hulme, M., Proctor, J. (eds.) The Companion to Environmental Studies. London and New York: Routledge.
  2. Schwanen, T., 2017. Information technology and mobility, in: Richardson, D., et al. (eds.) The International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology, DOI: 10.1002/9781118786352.wbieg0403. John Wiley and Sons, New York.
  3. Schwanen, T., 2016. Innovations to transform personal mobility, in: Hopkins, D., Higham, J. (eds.) Low Carbon Mobility Transitions, pp. 205-218. Goodfellow Publishers, Oxford.
  4. Schwanen, T., 2015. Understanding process: can transport research come to terms with temporality?, in: Hickman, D., Bonilla, D., Givoni, M., Banister, D. (eds.) International Handbook on Transport and Development, pp. 660-674. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.
  5. Schwanen, T., 2015. Automobility, in: Wright, J.D. (ed.) International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Second Edition, Volume 2, pp. 303-308. Elsevier, Oxford.
  6. Van Aalst, I., Schwanen, T., Van Liempt, I., 2014. Video-surveillance and the production of space in urban nightlife districts, in: Van den Hoven, J., Doorn, N., Swierstra, T., Koops, B,-J. and Romijn, H. (Eds.) Responsible Innovation Volume 1: Innovative Solutions for Global Issues, pp. 315-334. Dordrecht: Kluwer.
  7. Schwanen, T., 2013. Sociotechnical transitions in the transport system, chapter 14 in: Givoni, M., Banister, D. (eds.), Moving towards Low Carbon Mobility, pp. 231-254. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  8. Givoni, M., Banister, D., Macmillen, J., Schwanen, T., 2013. Thinking change and moving forward, chapter 16 in: Givoni, M., Banister, D. (eds.), Moving towards Low Carbon Mobility, pp. 267-283. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

 

 

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