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SIMS Research Report 2004

Publications

Most SIMS staff are actively engaged in research. The following tables present lists of recent publications which provide an overview of research activity.

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2002 Publications

Books
Wright, S. (2002).
  Storming Heaven: Class Composition and Struggle in Italian Autonomist Marxism. London, UK: Pluto Press.
Williamson, K. (Ed). (2002).
  Research methods for students, academics and professionals: Information management and systems (2nd ed.). Wagga Wagga, NSW: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
 
Book chapters
Burstein, F.V. (2002).
  System development in information systems research. In K. Williamson (Ed.), Research methods for students, academics and professionals: Information management and systems (2nd ed., pp. 147-158). Wagga Wagga, NSW: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
Darke, P., & Shanks, G. (2002).
  Case study research. In K. Williamson (Ed.), Research methods for students, academics and professionals: Information management and systems (2nd ed., pp. 111-123). Wagga Wagga, NSW: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
Johanson, G. (2002).
  Ethics in research. In K. Williamson (Ed.), Research methods for students, academics and professionals: Information management and systems (2nd ed., pp. 67-83). Wagga Wagga, NSW: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
Johanson, G. (2002).
  Historical research. In K. Williamson (Ed.), Research methods for students, academics and professionals: Information management and systems (2nd ed., pp. 195-208). Wagga Wagga, NSW: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
Schauder, D. E. (2002).
  Seven questions for information management and systems researchers. In K. Williamson (Ed.), Research methods for students, academics and professionals: Information management and systems (2nd ed., pp. 323-330). Wagga Wagga, NSW: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
Tanner, K. (2002).
  Survey research. In K. Williamson (Ed.), Research methods for students, academics and professionals: Information management and systems (2nd ed., pp. 89-109). Wagga Wagga, NSW: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
Tanner, K. (2002).
  Experimental research designs. In K. Williamson (Ed.), Research methods for students, academics and professionals: Information management and systems (2nd ed., pp. 125-146). Wagga Wagga, NSW: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
Viademonte, S., & Burstein, F. V. (2002).
  An approach to knowledge discovery in the context of intellient decision support perspective. In L. Joynes, C. Fyfe, L. Alonso & J. M. Corchado (Eds.), Knowledge management: The future has arrived (pp. 29-39). Paisley, UK: University of Paisley.
Williamson, K., Burstein, F. V., & McKemmish, S. M. (2002).
  Introduction to research in relation to professional practice. In K. Williamson (Ed.), Research methods for students, academics and professionals: Information management and systems (2nd ed., pp. 5-23). Wagga Wagga, NSW: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
Williamson, K., Burstein, F. V., & McKemmish, S. M. (2002).
  The two major traditions of research. In K. Williamson (Ed.), Research methods for students, academics and professionals: Information management and systems (2nd ed., pp. 25-47). Wagga Wagga, NSW: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
Williamson, K. (2002).
  The beginning stages of research. In K. Williamson (Ed.), Research methods for students, academics and professionals: Information management and systems (2nd ed., pp. 49-66). Wagga Wagga, NSW: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
Williamson, K. (2002).
  The Delphi method. In K. Williamson (Ed.), Research methods for students, academics and professionals: Information management and systems (2nd ed., pp. 209-220). Wagga Wagga, NSW: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
Williamson, K. (2002).
  Research techniques: Sampling. In K. Williamson (Ed.), Research methods for students, academics and professionals: Information management and systems (2nd ed., pp. 225-234). Wagga Wagga, NSW: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
Williamson, K. (2002).
  Research techniques: Questionnaires and interviews. In K. Williamson (Ed.), Research methods for students, academics and professionals: Information management and systems (2nd ed., pp. 235-250). Wagga Wagga, NSW: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
Williamson, K. (2002).
  Research techniques: Focus groups. In K. Williamson (Ed.), Research methods for students, academics and professionals: Information management and systems (2nd ed., pp. 251-264). Wagga Wagga, NSW: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
Williamson, K., & Bow, A. (2002).
  Analysis of quantitative and qualitative data. In K. Williamson (Ed.), Research methods for students, academics and professionals: Information management and systems (2nd ed., pp. 285-304). Wagga Wagga, NSW: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
Williamson, K. (2002).
  Evaluation of published research. In K. Williamson (Ed.), Research methods for students, academics and professionals: Information management and systems (2nd ed., pp. 305-322). Wagga Wagga, NSW: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
 
Refereed Journal Articles
Iacovino, L. (2002).
  ‘Ethical principles and information professionals: theory, practice and education’. Australian Academic & Research Libraries, Vol. 33, No. 2, pp. 57-74.
Lynch, K., & Kennedy, G. (2002).
  ‘Understanding common interviewing pitfalls: An evaluation of legal interviewing skills’. Australian Journal of Educational Technology, Vol. 18, No. 2, pp. 147-168.
Marshall, P., & McKay, J. (2002).
  ‘An emergent framework to support visioning and strategy formulation for electronic commerce’. INFOR (Information Systems and Operational Research), Vol. 40, No. 1, pp. 3-22.
Morrissey, F. (2002).
  ‘Introduction to a semiotic of scientific meaning, and its implications for access to scientific works on the Web’. Cataloging and Classification Quarterly, Vol. 33, No. 3/4, pp. 67-97.
Osianlis, A., & Arnott, D. (2002).
  ‘The application of business intelligence and data warehousing in an Australian water business’. Management Information System 2002, Vol. 4, pp. 369-378.
Williamson, C., Albrecht, A., Bow, A., & Schauder, D. (2002).
  ‘A level playing field for Internet opportunities? Issues for rural and city blind and visually impaired people’. Rural Society, Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. 57-71.
Williamson, C., & Manaszewicz, R. (2002).
  ‘Breast cancer information needs and seeking: towards an intelligent, user sensitive portal to breast cancer knowledge’. The New Review of Information Behaviour Research: Studies of information seeking in context, Vol. 3, pp. 203-219.
Williamson, C., Schauder, D., Wright, S., & Stockfeld, L. (2002).
  ‘Oxymoron or a successful mixed marriage? A discussion of the use of action research with an interpretivist framework’. Qualitative Research Journal, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 7-17.
Williamson, C., Schauder, D., Wright, S., Stockfeld, L., & Handley, N. (2002).
  ‘Electronic databases in public libraries: issues of organisational adoption'. Australian Public Libraries and Information Services, Vol. 15, No. 3, pp. 110-116.
 
Refereed Conference Papers
Briggs, D., & Arnott, D. (2002).
  ‘Decision support systems failure: an evolutionary perspective’. Proceedings of DSIage 2002: Decision Making and Decision Support in the Internet Age, 4–7 July.
Burley, E., & Scheepers, H. (2002).
  ‘From health care professional to system developer: emerging trends in mobile technology development’. Proceedings of the 7th Annual CollECTeR Conference on Electronic Commerce, 1–2 December.
Burstein, F., & Linger, H. (2002).
  ‘A task-based framework for supporting knowledge work practices’. Conference Proceedings of the Third European Conference on Knowledge Management, 24–25 September.
Burstein, F., & san Pedro, J. (2002).
  ‘A fuzzy multicriteria decision making approach to case-based reasoning for tropical cyclone prediction’. Proceedings of DSIage 2002: Decision Making and Decision Support in the Internet Age, 4–7 July.
Burstein,F., Zyngier, S., & Rateb, Z. (2002).
  ‘Knowledge management in the financial services sector: understandings and trends in Australia’. Conference Proceedings of the Third European Conference on Knowledge Management, 24–25 September.
Carbone, A., Lynch, K., Barnden, A., & Gonsalvez, C. (2002).
  ‘Students’ reaction to a studio-based teaching and learning philosophy in a three year IT degree’. Proceedings of the Annual International HERDSA Conference, 7–10 July.
Carbone, A., Mitchell, I., Gunstone, R., & Hurst, J. (2002).
  ‘Designing programming tasks to elicit self-management metacognitive behaviour’. Proceedings of the International Conference on Computers in Education, 3–6 December.
Dawson, L., & Darke, P. (2002).
  ‘ The adoption and adaptation of object-oriented methodologies in requirements engineering practice’. Conference Proceedings of Tenth European Conference on Information Systems, 6–8 June.
Dawson, L., Fisher, J., & Scheepers, H. (2002).
  ‘Defining the mobile work domain’. Proceedings of the Thirteenth Australasian Conference on Information Systems, 4–6 December.
Denison, T., Hardy, G., Johanson, G., Stillman, L., & Schauder, D. (2002).
  ‘Community networks: identities, taxonomies and evaluations’. Conference Proceedings of Electronic Networking 2002 – Building Communities, 3–5 July.
Fisher, J., Burstein, F., McKemmish, S., Anderson, J., Williamson, K., & Manaszewicz, R. (2002).
  ‘Building a user sensitive intelligent portal to breast cancer knowledge to meet diverse information needs’. Proceedings of the Thirteenth Australasian Conference on Information Systems, 4–6 December.
Fisher, J., Craig, A., & Bentley, J. (2002).
  ‘Evaluating small business web sites – understanding users’. Proceedings of the Tenth European Conference on Information Systems, 6–8 June.
Goncalo, C., Burstein, F., & Lezana, A. (2002).
  ‘ A cognitive perspective on organisational knowledge strategy’. Proceedings for Third European Conference on Knowledge Management, 24–25 September.
Goncalo, C., Burstein, F., & Lezana, A. (2002).
  ‘Towards an organisational perspective to promote knowledge strategy’. Conference Proceedings of the Thirteenth Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS), 4–6 December.
Hawking, P., & Fisher, J. (2002).
  ‘The state of play of the websites of large Australian companies’. Proceedings of the Tenth European Conference on Information Systems, 6–8 June.
Kuzic, J., Scollary, A., & Fisher, J. (2002).
  ‘Electronic commerce benefits, challenges and success factors in the Australian banking and finance industry’. Proceedings of the Tenth European Conference on Information Systems, 6–8 June.
Lynch, K., Barnden, A., Carbone, A., & Gonsalvez, C. (2002).
  ‘Are we there yet? IT graduates – Bauhaus style’. Proceedings of the 19th Annual conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning and Tertiary Education, 8–11 December.
Manaszewicz, R., Williamson, K., & McKemmish, S. (2002).
  ‘Breast cancer knowledge online: Towards meeting the diverse information needs of the breast cancer community’, Conference Proceedings of Electronic Networking 2002 – Building Communities, 3–5 July.
Marshall, P., McKay, J., & Prananto, A. (2002).
  ‘Stages of growth for e-business: an analysis of the perceived usability of the stages of growth model in e-business progression’. Proceedings for the 4th International Conference on Electronic Commerce: Succeeding in the New Waves of e-business, 23-25 October.
McKay, J., & Marshall, P. (2002).
  ‘Action research: a guide to process and procedure’. Proceedings of the European Conference on Research methodology for Business and Management Studies, 29-30 April.
Meredith, R. (2002).
  ‘Design of a multimedia, internet-enabled decision support system for patients and physicians’. Proceedings of DSIage 2002: Decision Making and Decision Support in the Internet Age, 4–7 July.
Scheepers, H., & Steele, P. (2002).
  ‘The hidden impact of mobile information systems: a case study of social interaction’. Conference proceedings of the Thirteenth Australasian Conference on Information Systems, 4–6 December.
Tanner, K., & van Polanen, I. (2002).
  ‘Empowering women to make confident choices for themselves: exploring knowledge management strategies for enhancing WIRE’s information services to women’, Conference Proceedings for Electronic Networking 2002 – Building Community, 3–5 July.
Viademonte, S., & Burstein, F. (2002).
  ‘Combining data mining and artificial neural networks for decision support’. Proceedings of the Australasian Data Mining Workshop (ADM02), 2–6 December.
Williamson, K., Stockfeld, L., Wright, S., O’Neill, F., & Schauder, D. (2002).
  ‘Assisting literacy through the internet’. Conference Proceedings of Electronic Networking 2002 – Building Communities, 3–5 July.
Wright, S. (2002).
  ‘Issues surrounding the use of ICT by social movement’, Conference Proceedings of Electronic Networking 2002 – Building Communities, 3–5 July.

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