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1985
Pettigrew, A. (1985).  Contextualist Research and the Study of Organizational Change Processes. Research methods in information systems. 53–72.
Galliers, R. (1985).  In Search of a Paradigm for Information Systems Research. Research methods in information systems. 271–286.
Hirschheim, R. (1985).  Information Systems Epistemology: An Historical Perspective. Research methods in information systems. 9–33.
White, K. B. (1985).  Perceptions and Deceptions: Issues for Information Systems Research. Research methods in information systems. 227–234.
Boland, R. (1985).  Phenomenology: A Preferred Approach to Research on Information Systems. Research methods in information systems. 181–190.
Jenkins, M. A. (1985).  Research Methodologies and MIS Research. Research methods in information systems. 97–109.
Wood-Harper, T. (1985).  Research methods in information systems: using action research. Research methods in information systems. 161–180.
Mumford, E. (1985).  Researching People Problems: Some Advice to a Student. Research methods in information systems. 303–309.
Antill, L. (1985).  Selection of a Research Method. Research methods in information systems. 191–204.
Sandberg, A. (1985).  Socio-Technical Design, Trade Union Strategies and Action Research. Research methods in information systems. 73–86.
Lyytinen, K., & Klein H. (1985).  The Critical Theory of Jurgen Habermas as a Basis for a Theory of Information Systems. Research methods in information systems. 207–226.
Vitalari, N. (1985).  The Need for Longitudinal Designs in the Study of Computing Environments. Research methods in information systems. 235–258.
Klein, H., & Lyytinen K. (1985).  The Poverty of Scientism in Information Systems. Research methods in information systems. 123–151.
Flensburg, P. (1985).  Two Research Methodologies for Studying User Development of Data Systems. Research methods in information systems. 287–302.