Organizational and Social Perspectives on Information Technology: IFIP TC8 WG8.2 International Working Conference on the Social and Organizational Perspective on Research and Practice in Information Technology June 9-11, 2000, Aalborg, Denmark / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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|Series:||IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology , #41|
|Product dimensions:||6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.36(d)|
Table of Contents
Foreword. Conference Chairs. Program Committee. Sponsors. 1. Discourses on the Interaction of Information Systems, Organizations, and Society: Reformation and Transformation; R. Baskerville, J. Stage. Part 1: Reforming the Fundamentals. 2. The Moving Finger: The Use of Social Theory in WG 8.2 Conference Papers, 1975-1999; M. Jones. 3. Socio-technical Design: An Unfulfilled Promise or a Future Opportunity; E. Mumford. 4. The Limits of Language in Doing Systems Work; R.J. Boland, Jr. Part 2: Transforming the Fundamentals. 5. Information Systems Conceptual Foundations: Looking Backward and Forward; G.B. Davis. 6. Horizontal Information Systems: Emergent Trends and Perspectives; K. Braa, K.H. Rolland. 7. Expanding the Horizons of Information Systems Development; N.L. Russo. Part 3: Reforming the Classical Challenges. 8. Evaluation in a Socio-technical Context; F. Land. 9. Collaborative Practice Research; L. Mathiassen. 10. Process as Theory in Information Systems Research; K. Crowston. Part 4: Transforming Toward New Challenges. 11. Toward an Integrated Theory of IT-related Risk Control; M.L. Markus. 12. Individual, Organizational, and Societal Perspectives on Information Delivery Systems: Bright and Dark Sides to Push and Pull Technologies; J.E. kendall, K.E. Kendall. 13. Globalization and IT: Agenda for Research; G. Walsham. Part 5: Reformation of Conceptualizations. 14. Studying Organizational Computing Infrastructures: Multi-method Approaches; S. Sawyer. 15. Information Systems Research at the Crossroads: External Versus Internal Views; R. Hirschheim, H.K. Klein. 16. The New Computing Archipelago: Intranet Islands of Practice; R. Lamb, E. Davidson. Part 6: Transformation of Conceptualizations. 17. Information Technology and the Cultural Reproduction of Social Order: A Research Paradigm; L. Kvasny, D. Truex III. 18. The Screen and the World: A Phenomenological Investigation into Screens and Our Engagement in the World; L.D. Introna, F.M. Ilharco. 19. Developing a Virtual Community-based Information Systems Digital Library: A Proposal and Research Program; J.R. Venable and J. Travis. Part 7: Reforming Automation. 20. Representing Human and Non-Human Stakeholders: On Speaking with Authority; A. Pouloudi, E.A. Whitley. 21. Implementing Open Network Technologies in Complex Work Practices: A Case from Telemedicine; M. Aanestad, O. Hanseth. 22. Machine Agency as Perceived Autonomy: An Action Perspective; J. Rose, D. Truex III. Part 8: Transforming Automation. 23. Some Challenges Facing Virtually Colocated Teams; G. Mark. 24. MOA-S: A Scenario Model for Integrating Work Organization Aspects into the Design Process of CSCW Systems; K. Grundén. 25. Constructing Interdependencies with Collaborative Information Technology; H. Karsten. Part 9: Transforming into New Shapes of Technology. 26. The Role of Gender in User Resistance and Information Systems Failure; M. Wilson, D. Howcroft. 27. Limitations and Opportunities of System Development Methods in Web Information System Design; L.B. Eriksen. 28. Lessons from a Donosaur: Mediating IS Research Through an Analysis of the Medical Record; M. Berg. Part 10: Panels on Research Methods and Distributed Organizations. 29. Addressing the Shortcomings of Interpretive Field Research: Reflecting Social Construction in the Write-up; U. Schultze, et al. 30. Learning and Teaching Qualitative Research: A View from the Reference Disciplines of Anthropology and History; B. Kaplan, et al. 31. Successful Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of Information Systems: Does Healthcare Serve as a Model for Networked Organizations? J. Aarts, et al. 32. Standardization, Network Economics, and IT; E.S. Andersen, et al. Index of Contributors.