Articles

2016. “The Olympic Games as Complex Global Events: Between Uncertainty and Order through Security Meta-ritual.” In: Surveilling and Securing the Olympics: From Tokyo 1964 to London 2012 and Beyond. Bajc (Ed.). Palgrave Macmillan. (pdf)
2016. “Olympic Dilemmas: Surveillance, Security, Democracy.” In: Surveilling and Securing the Olympics: From Tokyo 1964 to London 2012 and Beyond. Bajc (Ed.). Palgrave Macmillan. (pdf)
2016. “Security meta-framing, tourism.” In: Jafar Jafari and Honggen Xiao (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Tourism. Springer. (doc)
2016. “Tour.” In: Jafar Jafari and Honggen Xiao (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Tourism. Springer. (doc)
2015. “The Future of Surveillance and Security in Global Events” In: The Future of Events and Festivals. Ian Yeoman, Martin Robertson, Una McMahon-Beattie, Elisa Baker, and Karen Smith (Eds.). Routledge. (Advances in Events Research Series). (pdf)
2013. “Sociological Reflections on Security Through Surveillance.” Sociological Forum, 28(3)social (pdf)
2013. Book review: The Improbable First Century of Cosmopolitan Magazine by James Lander. Columbia and London: University of Missouri Press. Enterprise & Society: The International Journal of Business History, 14(1) March (pdf)
2012. “Abductive Ethnography of Practice in Highly Uncertain Conditions.” The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 642(1): 72 – 85 (pdf)
2012. “Homogenization.” In: Mark Juergensmeyer and Helmut Anheier (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Global Studies. London: Sage (pdf)
2012. “Events, Global.” In: Mark Juergensmeyer and Helmut Anheier (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Global Studies. London: Sage (pdf)
2012. “Pilgrimage.” In: George Ritzer (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Globalization. Oxford: WilleyBlackwell (pdf)
2012. Book Review: Security: Welfare, Crime and Society by Allan Cochrane and Deborah Talbot (Eds.). New York; Open University Press. The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 45(2): 289-292. (pdf)
2012. Book Review: For a Sociology of Pilgrimage. Miracle Cures: Saints, Pilgrimage, and the Healing Powers of Belief by Robert Scott. Berkeley: University of California Press. Sociological Forum, 27(4): 1052-1055. (pdf)
2011. “Security Meta-framing: A Cultural Logic of an Ordering Practice.” In: Security and Everyday Life; Bajc and de Lint (Eds). Routledge, pp. 1-28. (pdf)
2011. “Security Meta-framing of Collective Activity in Public Spaces: The Pope John Paul II in the Holy City.” In: Security and Everyday Life; Bajc and de Lint (Eds). Routledge, pp. 49-76. (pdf)
2011. “Tourist Gaze.” In: Dale Southerton (Ed.) The Encyclopedia of Consumer Culture. London: Sage. (pdf)
2010. “On Surveillance as Solution to Security Issues.” In: Graham Cassano and Richard Dello Buono (Eds.) Crisis, Politics, and Critical Sociology. Leiden: Brill, pp. 183-196. (pdf)
2010. “Performing Social Realities on Christian Pilgrimage in Jerusalem.” Sociology of Religion. Newsletter of the Sociology of Religion Section of the American Sociological Association. Winter. 11(2 Winter). (pdf)
2009. Book Review: Understanding Privacy by Daniel J. Solove. Cambridge and London: Harvard University Press. Surveillance & Society, 6(3): 327-328. (pdf)
2007. “Introduction: Mobility and Centering in Pilgrimage.” Mobilities. Vol. II, Number 3: 321-329., (with Simon Coleman and John Eade). (pdf)
2007. “Creating Ritual through Narrative, Place, and Performance in Evangelical Protestant Pilgrimage in the Holy Land.” Mobilities. Vol. II, Number 3: 395-412. (pdf)
2007. “Introduction: Debating Surveillance in the Age of Security.” American Behavioral Scientist, 50 (12 August): 1567-1591. (pdf)
2007. “Surveillance in Public Rituals: Security Meta-ritual and the 2005 U. S. Presidential Inauguration.” American Behavioral Scientist, 50 (12 August): 1648-1673. (pdf)
2007. “Uncertainty, Ritual, and Emotions.” Anthropology News, 48(2): 47-48. (pdf)
2006. “Collective Memory and Tourism: Globalizing Transmission through Localized Experience.” Journeys: The International Journal of Travel and Travel Writing, 7(1): 1-14. (pdf)
2006. “Christian Pilgrimage Groups in Jerusalem: Framing the Experiences through Linear MetaNarrative.” Journeys: The International Journal of Travel and Travel Writing, 7(1): 101-128. (pdf)