Information Systems Theory

Explaining and Predicting Our Digital Society, Vol. 2

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ISBN: 978-1-4419-9706-7 (Print) 978-1-4419-9707-4 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxv

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    Employing Personal Construct Theory to Understand Information Systems: A Practical Guide for Researchers

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    Pages 25-39

    Psychological Ownership and the Individual Appropriation of Technology

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    Pages 41-58

    Transactive Memory and Its Application in IS Research

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    Pages 59-70

    The Language-Action Approach: Information Systems Supporting Social Actions

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    Pages 71-93

    A Summary and Review of Galbraith’s Organizational Information Processing Theory

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    Pages 95-115

    Scientia potentia est: Organizational Learning, Absorptive Capacity and the Power of Knowledge

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    Pages 117-129

    Applying Actor Network Theory and Managing Controversy

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    Pages 131-142

    Using Concepts from Structuration Theory and Consequence of Modernity to Understand IS Deployment in Health-Care Setting

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    Pages 143-157

    Hubble Bubble Toil and Trouble: The Special Case of Emergency Services

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    Pages 159-184

    ERP Diffusion and Assimilation Using IT-Innovation Framework

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    Pages 185-217

    The Yield Shift Theory of Satisfaction and Its Application to the IS/IT Domain

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    Pages 219-239

    Intention-Based Models: The Theory of Planned Behavior Within the Context of IS

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    Pages 241-280

    Understanding IS Theory: An Interpretation of Key IS Theoretical Frameworks Using Social Cognitive Theory

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    Pages 281-304

    The Potential of Critical Realism in IS Research

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    Pages 305-322

    Grounded Theory and Information Systems: Are We Missing the Point?

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    Pages 323-347

    Developing Theories in Information Systems Research: The Grounded Theory Method Applied

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    Pages 349-365

    Conducting Information Systems Research Using Narrative Inquiry

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    Pages 367-386

    The Mikropolis Model: A Framework for Transdisciplinary Research of Information Systems in Society

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    Pages 387-396

    Inquiring Systems: Theoretical Foundations for Current and Future Information Systems

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    Pages 397-411

    Information Systems Deployment as an Activity System

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