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Dr Karenza Moore
COVID Sex Lives: Survey 1 Report2021
Dr Karenza Moore
COVID Sex Lives: Survey 2 Report2021
Dr Karenza Moore
Drugs in the Time of COVID: The UK Drug Market Response to Lockdown Restrictions2021
Dr Karenza Moore
Guest editorial2021
Dr Karenza Moore
Making Sense of Intersecting Crises: Promises, Challenges, and Possibilities of Intersectional Perspectives in Youth Research2021
Dr Karenza Moore
The Liminal Leisure of Disadvantaged Young People in the UK Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic2021
Dr Karenza Moore
Roadmaps to Regulation: MDMA2019
Dr Karenza Moore
Monitoring drug use in recreational settings across Europe: conceptual challenges and methodological innovations2018
Dr Karenza Moore
Targeted population surveys on drug use in recreational settings across Europe2018
Dr Karenza Moore
Managing Emergent Ethical Concerns for Software Engineering in Society2015
Dr Karenza Moore
The Ormskirk night-time economy project: exploring positives and negatives of a Lancashire town's NTE2015
Dr Karenza Moore
Do novel psychoactive substances displace established club drugs, supplement them or act as drugs of initiation? The relationship between mephedrone, ecstasy and cocaine2013
Dr Karenza Moore
Exploring emerging perspectives on gender and drugs2013
Dr Karenza Moore
Key Concepts in Drugs and Society2013
Dr Karenza Moore
Digital affect, clubbing and club drug cultures: Reflection, anticipation, counter-reaction2012
Dr Karenza Moore
Impermissible pleasures in UK leisure: Exploring policy developments in alcohol and illicit drugs2012
Dr Karenza Moore
The silent "G": a case study in the production of "drugs" and "drug problems"2012
Dr Karenza Moore
Emerging Drug Trends in Lancashire: Focusing on young adults' alcohol and drug use. Phase Two Report2011
Dr Karenza Moore
Mephedrone, "Bubble" and unidentified white powders: The contested identities of synthetic "legal highs"2011
Dr Karenza Moore
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 clubs2011
Dr Karenza Moore
'Disappearing Women': A study of women who left the UK ICT sector2010
Dr Karenza Moore
Exploring symbolic, emotional and spiritual expression amongst 'Crasher clubbers'2010
Dr Karenza Moore
Tweaking, bombing, dabbing and stockpiling: The emergence of mephedrone and the perversity of prohibition2010
Dr Karenza Moore
MDMA powder, pills and crystal: The persistence of ecstasy and the poverty of policy2009
Dr Karenza Moore
Repertoires of distinction: Exploring patterns of weekend polydrug use within local leisure scenes across the English night time economy2009
Dr Karenza Moore
"It's the most fun you can have for twenty quid": Motivations, consequences and meanings of British ketamine use2008
Dr Karenza Moore
Bar Wars: Contesting the Night in Contemporary Cities by P. Hadfield [Book review]2008
Dr Karenza Moore
Drugs and Popular Culture: Drugs, Media and Identity in Contemporary Society, edited by Paul Manning [Book review]2008
Dr Karenza Moore
Gendered futures? Women, the ICT workplace and stories of the future2008
Dr Karenza Moore
Moving in, moving up, moving out? A survey of women in ICT2008
Dr Karenza Moore
The criminalisation of intoxication2008
Dr Karenza Moore
The social and cultural uses of ketamine2008
Dr Karenza Moore
Risky Pleasures: Club Cultures and Feminine Identities by Fiona Hutton [Book review]2007
Dr Karenza Moore
Celebrating heterogeneity? A survey of female ICT professionals in England2007
Dr Karenza Moore
The disappearing women: North West ICT project final report2007
Dr Karenza Moore
"Sort drugs make mates": The use and meanings of mobiles in dance music club culture2006
Dr Karenza Moore
Being an 'it' in IT: Gendered identities in IT work2006
Dr Karenza Moore
Community, identity and digital games2006
Dr Karenza Moore
Does this count as entertainment, what I'm doing now?: Mobile entertainment in Europe2006
Dr Karenza Moore
Inclusion through the ages? Gender, ICT workplaces, and life stage experiences in England2006
Dr Karenza Moore
Issues raised by women in IT (WINIT) project in England2006
Dr Karenza Moore
Ketamine use: Minimising problems and maximising pleasure2006
Dr Karenza Moore
Managing diversity or valuing diversity? Gender and the IT labour market2006
Dr Karenza Moore
Reluctant reflexivity, implicit insider knowledge and the development of club studies2006
Dr Karenza Moore
The women in IT (WINIT) final report2006
Dr Karenza Moore
Living the high life. The role of drug taking in young people's lives2005
Dr Karenza Moore
A Commitment to Clubbing2004
Dr Karenza Moore
Young people, dance and the sub-cultural consumption of drugs2004
Dr Karenza Moore
E-heads versus beer monsters: Researching young people's music and drug consumption in dance club settings2003