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Monk, John (2013). Arrows can be dangerous. tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique, 11(1) pp. 67–92.

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Monk, John (2012). Creating reality. In: Bissell, Chris and Dillon, Chris eds. Ways of Thinking, Ways of Seeing: Mathematical and Other Modelling in Engineering and Technology. Automation, Collaboration, & E-Services (1). Berlin: Springer, pp. 1–28.

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Monk, John (2011). Bodies, machines and politics. In: Hughes, Rolf and Sundén, Jenny eds. Second Nature: Origins and Originality in Art, Science, and New Media. Stockholm: Axl Books, pp. 29–58.

Monk, John (2011). Signs and signals. In: Ramage, Magnus and Chapman, David eds. Perspectives on Information. Routledge Studies in Library and Information Science. Abingdon, UK and New York, USA: Routledge, pp. 51–64.

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Walker, Mark; Bissell, Christopher and Monk, John (2010). The PLC: a logical development. Measurement and Control, 43(9) pp. 280–284.

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Ferreira, Giselle and Monk, John (2009). Using drama to introduce ethics to technology students and practitioners. In: 10th Annual Conference of the HEA Subject Centre for ICS, 25-27 Aug 2009, Canterbury.

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Monk, John (2008). Emotion, engineering and ethics. In: WPE-2008 Workshop on Philosophy and Engineering, 10-12 Nov 2008, Royal Academy of Engineering, Carlton House Terrace, London.

Monk, John and Ferreira, Giselle (2008). Resources for an experimental course in ethics. In: WPE-2008 Workshop on Philosophy and Engineering, 10-12 Nov 2008, Royal Academy of Engineering, Carlton House Terrace, London.

Monk, John (2008). Technology Games. In: WPE-2008 Workshop on Philosophy and Engineering, 10-12 Nov 2008, Royal Academy of Engineering, Carlton House Terrace, London.

Holt, A.; Huang, C. Y.; Bartels, S. and Monk, J. (2008). Monitoring large management domains with mobile agents. Mediterranean Journal of Computers and Networks, 4(1) pp. 13–19.

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Monk, John (2007). Belosimania. In: One Minute Videos, 10 & 24 Nov 2007, Tate Modern, London, UK.

Holt, A.; Huang, C-Y. and Monk, J. (2007). Performance analysis of mobile agents. IET Communications, 1(3) pp. 532–538.

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Holt, A.G.; Huang, C.-Y. and Monk, J. (2006). World-Wide Web mirrors: likelihood of stale content. Electronics Letters, 42(23) pp. 1369–1371.

Huang, Chi-Yu; Holt, Alan; Monk, John and Cheng, Kai (2006). The application of dependency management in an integrated manufacturing network framework. International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology

Monk, John (2006). Skills in Ethics for Engineers. In: Teaching Engineering Ethics Workshop (Royal Academy of Engineering/Engineering Professors' Council), 29 Mar 2006, London, UK.

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Monk, John (2005). The role of language in engineering competence. In: International Conference on Engineering Education and Research, 1-5 Mar 2005, Tainan, Taiwan.

Monk, John (2005). Assessment of work-based reports: an analysis of assessment frameworks. In: International Conference on Engineerng Education and Research, 1-5 Mar 2005, Tainan, Taiwan.

Monk, John (2005). Responses to Reith Lectures 2005: The Triumph of Technology. In: open2 forum for the 2005 Reith Lectures: The Triumph of Technology, Apr - May 2005, On-line.

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Monk, John and Hughes, Rolf eds. (2003). Hybrid thought. Milton Keynes, UK/Stockholm, Sweden: Department of Telematics, in conjunction with Metamorphosis, Centre for Writing and Performance Research.

Gullstrom-Hughes, Rolf and Monk, John eds. (2003). The Book of models: ceremonies, metaphor, performance. 2nd edition. Milton Keynes, UK and Stockholm, Sweden: Department of Telematics/Metamorphosis - Centre for Writing and Performance Research.

Monk, John (2003). Working in the dark. In: International Conference on Engineering Education, 22-26 Jul 2003, Valencia, Spain.

Monk, John (2003). The Myth of Originality. In: Monk, John and Hughes, Rolf eds. Hybrid Thought. Milton Keynes, UK/Stockholm, Sweden: Department of Telematics, in conjunction with Metamorphosis, Centre for Writing and Performance Research, pp. 9–39.

Monk, John (2003). Ceremonies and Models. In: Gullstrom-Hughes, Rolf and Monk, John eds. The Book of models: ceremonies, metaphor, performance., Volume 2nd ed. Milton Keynes, UK and Stockholm, Sweden: Department of Telematics/Metamorphosis - Centre for Writing and Performance Research, pp. 33–46.

Monk, John (2003). Closure: A response to Miroslav Holub. In: Gullstrom-Hughes, Rolf and Monk, John eds. The Book of models: ceremonies, metaphor, performance. 2nd edition. Milton Keynes, UK and Stockholm, Sweden: Department of Telematics/Metamorphosis - Centre for Writing and Performance Research, pp. 195–203.

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Kear, Karen; Monk, John and Herman, Clem (2002). Cyborgs in groups. In: ALT-C 2002: learning technologies for communication, 9-11 Sep 2002, Sunderland, UK.

Monk, John (2002). Risk: a fiction. In: International Summer Academy on Technology Studies: Technology and the Public, 7-12 Jul 2002, Deutschlandsberg, Austria.

Monk, John (2002). The Language of the cybersouls. In: B10c Seminar: What's Technology and What Shapes it?, 8 Mar 2002, Lampeter, UK.

Monk, John (2002). Components for oversampled signal processors. In: International Conference on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Science, 27-28 Mar 2002, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan.

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Monk, John (2001). Rhetorical Determinism. In: 5th Conference of the European Sociological Association, 28 Aug - 1 Sep 2001, Helsinki, Finland.

Monk, John (2001). Plato, the designers and engineers. In: International Summer Academy on Technological Studies, Jul 2001, Deutschlandsberg, Austria.

Monk, John (2001). Digital myths. In: 6th International Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas (ISSEI); Twentieth Century European Narratives: Tradition & Innovation, 16-21 Aug 1998, Haifa, Israel.

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