|A qualitative inquiry of ICT based socio-economic development in developing countries: the case of Pakistan.
||The role of information communication technologies (ICT) growth in citizens’ political participation, socio-economic development, and poverty alleviation is an active area of study within information systems (IS) research in developing countries. Thi...
|An examination of IT occupational culture: interpretation, measurement, and impact
||Past IS studies on culture have primarily focused on two levels of analysis: national culture and organizational culture. The gap in our knowledge of culture is in the area of occupational culture of IT professionals. Occupational culture, unlike org...
|The role of Computer Mediated Communication (CMC) media in patient empowerment: a "uses and gratifications" perspective
||Empowerment has been studied extensively in the field of psychology for more than three decades. Extant research in the area of empowerment is often at the employee level in an employee-employer relationship or at the team level in an organizational ...
|Information technology governance maturity and technology innovation in higher education: factors in effectiveness
||Prior research has explored many facets of innovation, provided models of governance maturity, and analyzed the impact of corporate decision-making on innovation. However, there is little research on IT governance maturity in higher education or on I...
|Toward a behavioral contingency theory of security-related corruption control: understanding informal social controls
||Information security is increasingly important to organizations, as security breaches are costly. Organizational insiders can be assets or vulnerabilities in the battle to secure information systems. However, organizational insiders’ security beliefs...