- Margaret S. Elliott, Walt Scacchi:
Mobilization of software developers: the free software movement.
- Kamel Rouibah:
Social usage of instant messaging by individuals outside the workplace in Kuwait: A structural equation model.
- Gitte Tjørnehøj, Lars Mathiassen:
Between control and drift: negotiating improvement in a small software firm.
- Neil McBride:
Using performance ethnography to explore the human aspects of software quality.
2008 Living and functioning in the e-society:
issues of inclusion and exclusion
- Mike Cushman, Rachel McLean:
Exclusion, inclusion and changing the face of information systems research.
- Yingqin Zheng, Geoff Walsham:
Inequality of what? Social exclusion in the e-society as capability deprivation.
- Rebecca A. Hill, Paul Beynon-Davies, Michael D. Williams:
Older people and internet engagement: Acknowledging social moderators of internet adoption, access and use.
- Ela Klecun:
Bringing lost sheep into the fold: questioning the discourse of the digital divide.
- Nick Letch, Jennie Carroll:
Excluded again: implications of integrated e-government systems for those at the margins.
- Ben Light, Gordon Fletcher, Alison Adam:
Gay men, Gaydar and the commodification of difference.
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- Ping Wang, E. Burton Swanson:
Customer relationship management as advertised: Exploiting and sustaining technological momentum.
- Jan Marco Leimeister, Karin Schweizer, Stefanie Leimeister, Helmut Krcmar:
Do virtual communities matter for the social support of patients?: Antecedents and effects of virtual relationships in online communities.
- Alan Lowe, Joanne Locke:
Enterprise resource planning and the post bureaucratic organization: "Formalization" as trust in the system versus "solidarity" as trust in individuals.
- Zorlu Senyucel:
Impact of ICTs on user-provider relations: perspectives from UK local authorities.