The information systems academic discipline in Australia /

"This book represents the second phase of a multi-method, multi-study of the 'Information Systems Academic Discipline in Australia'. Drawing on Whitley's Theory of Scientific Change, the study analysed the degree of 'professionalisation' of the Information Systems Disci...

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Other Authors: Gable, Guy G., 1954-
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Canberra : ANU E Press, 2008.
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Table of Contents:
  • The information systems discipline in Australian universities: a contextual framework / Guy G. Gable
  • A retrospective of the information systems discipline in Australia / Roger Clarke
  • Characterising academic information systems in Australia: developing and evaluating a theoretical framework / Gail Ridley
  • The State Case Studies. The information systems discipline in Australia's capital / Shirley Gregor, Edward Lewis and Craig McDonald
  • The information systems discipline in New South Wales universities / Jim Underwood and Ernie Jordan
  • The information systems academic discipline in Queensland / Bob Smyth and Guy G. Gable
  • Information systems in South Australia: a critical investigation / Paula M.C. Swatman and Andy Koronios
  • The information systems discipline in Tasmania / Gail Ridley
  • The information systems discipline in Victoria / Carol E. Pollard and Elsie S.K. Chan
  • Information systems teaching and research in West Australian universities/ Janice Burn, Craig Standing and Chad Lin
  • Australia-wide. A longitudinal study of information systems research in Australia / Graham Pervan and Graeme Shanks
  • The information systems academic discipline in Australian universities: a meta-analysis / Gail Ridley [and others].