IFIP Conference Papers

2002

Wilson, M. (2002). Rhetoric of Enrollment and Acts of Resistance: Information Technology as Text. Global and Organizational Discourse about Information Technology.
Metcalfe, M., & Lynch, M.. (2002). Arguing for Information Systems Project Definition. Global and Organizational Discourse about Information Technology.
Thompson, M. (2002). ICT, Power, and Developmental Discourse: A Critical Analysis. Global and Organizational Discourse about Information Technology.
Abbott, P., & Jones, M.. (2002). The Importance of Being Nearest: Nearshore Software Outsourcing and Globalization Discourse. Global and Organizational Discourse about Information Technology.
Westrup, C. (2002). Discourse, Management Fashions, and ERP Systems. Global and Organizational Discourse about Information Technology.
Ellingsen, G. (2002). Knowledge Work in Hospitals. Global and Organizational Discourse about Information Technology.
Oliver, D., & Oliver, L.. (2002). ERP Adoption: Selling the System. Global and Organizational Discourse about Information Technology.
Ackerman, M. S., Pentland, B. T., Qureshi, S., & Yakura, E. K.. (2002). Visual Elements in the Discourse on Information Technology. Global and Organizational Discourse about Information Technology.
Barrett, M., Heracleous, L., Orlikowski, W., & Panteli, N.. (2002). Discourse and Organizational Transformation in Information Systems Research. Global and Organizational Discourse about Information Technology.
Wynn, E. H., Whitley, E. A., & Myers, M. D.. (2002). Placing Language in the Foreground: Themes and Methods in Information Technology Discourse. (E. H. Wynn, Whitley, E. A., Myers, M. D., & DeGross, J. I., Eds.)Global and Organizational Discourse about Information Technology. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

2001

Baskerville, R., & Stage, J.. (2001). Accommodating Emergent Work Pratices: Ethnographic Choice of Method Fragments. Realigning Research and Practice in Information Systems Development.
da Cunha, P. R., & de Figueiredo, A. D.. (2001). Information Systems Development as Flowing Wholeness. Realigning Research and Practice in Information Systems Development.

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