Members' Papers


Kürümlüoglu, M., Nøstdal, R., & Karvonen, I.. (2005). Base Concepts. Virtual Organizations. presented at the 2005///. Retrieved from
Mordini, E. (2005). Biowarfare as a biopolitical icon. Poiesis & Praxis: International Journal of Technology Assessment and Ethics of Science, 3(4), 242 - 255. presented at the 2005/12/03/. Retrieved from
Werner, J. (2005). Post-Digital Awareness. Human Creation between Reality and Illusion. presented at the 2005///. Retrieved from
Irwin, R. (2005). The Technology Environment: Subjectivity, Language, and Machine. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 15(2), 99 - 110. presented at the 2005/01/01/. Retrieved from
Whitley, E. A., Avison, D., Kautz, K., Sigala, M., & Winter, R.. (2005). Panel: Becoming involved with conferences: Lessons from ECIS. (D. Bartmann, Rajola, F., Kallinikos, J., Avison, D., Winter, R., Ein-Dor, P., et al., Eds.)Proceedings of the Thirteenth European Conference on Information Systems. Regensburg, Germany. Retrieved from ECIS2005.pdf
Cadili, S., & Whitley, E. A.. (2005). On the interpretative flexibility of hosted ERP systems. Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 14, 167-195. Retrieved from JSIS2005.pdf
Whitley, E. A. (2005). Visiting the red-light zones with Claudio. European Journal of Information Systems, 14, 477-479. Retrieved from ./ClaudioSpecialIssue/Whitley.pdf
Avison, D., & Myers, M.. (2005). Qualitative Research. In D. Avison & Pries-Heje, J. (Eds.), Research in Information Systems: A handbook for research supervisors and their students (pp. 239-253). Oxford: Elsevier Butterworth-Heinemann.
Lee, J. C., & Myers, M. D.. (2005). Critical Ethnography as a Means to Holistically Understand the Implementation of Information Systems. Frontiers of Information Systems Research in China. presented at the 4-6 November 200, Beijing, China.