Cross-Disciplinary Advances In Human Computer Interaction

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It is becoming increasingly necessary to systematically take into account human interaction and activity, and new technologies along with the completely renewed social and cultural environments that such digital environments and interfaces are calling for are now capable of delivering. Cross-Disciplinary Advances in Human Computer Interaction: User Modeling, Social Computing, and Adaptive Interfaces collects over 20 chapters covering the most recent in-depth issues within the field of human computer interaction (HCI). A necessary reference source for those in academia as well as the HCI industry, this book presents useful new approaches and methodologies for analysis, design, and evaluation.

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Ch. I Emotional Digitalization as Technology of the Post-Modern: A Reflexive Examination from the View of The Industry Claus Hohmann Hohmann, Claus 1

Ch. II Bridging User Requirements and Cultural Objects: A Process-Oriented Framework for Cultural E-Services Elias A. Hadzilias Hadzilias, Elias A. Andrea Carugati Carugati, Andrea 12

Ch. III From Beliefs to Success: Utilizing an Expanded TAM to Predict Web Page Development Success Samantha Bax Bax, Samantha Tanya McGill McGill, Tanya 37

Ch. IV Assessing a Spanish Translation of the End-User Computing Satisfaction Instrument George E. Heilman Heilman, George E. Jorge Brusa Brusa, Jorge 59

Ch. V Understanding the Impact of Culture on Mobile Phone Usage on Public Places: A Comparison between the UK and Sudan Ishraga Khattab Khattab, Ishraga Steve Love Love, Steve 70

Ch. VI Discourses on User Participation: Findings from Open Source Software Development Context Netta Iivari Iivari, Netta 90

Ch. VII Exploring "Events" as an Information Systems Research Methodology Anita Greenhill Greenhill, Anita Gordon Fletcher Fletcher, Gordon 108

Ch. VIII Different Levels of Information Systems Designers' Forms of Thought and Potential for Human-Centered Design Hannakaisa Isomaki Isomaki, Hannakaisa 122

Ch. IX Tacit Knowledge in Rapidly Evolving Organisational Environments Barbara Jones Jones, Barbara Angelo Failla Failla, Angelo Bob Miller Miller, Bob 139

Ch. X Interpretive Flexibility Along the Innovation Decision Process of the UK NHS Care Records Service (NCRS): Insights from a Local Implementation Case Study Anastasia Papazafeiropoulou Papazafeiropoulou, Anastasia Reshma Gandecha Gandecha, Reshma 159

Ch. XICollaboration Challenges in Community Telecommunication Networks Sylvie Albert Albert, Sylvie Rolland LeBrasseur LeBrasseur, Rolland 172

Ch. XII A De-Construction of Wireless Device Usage Mary R. Lind Lind, Mary R. 194

Ch. XIII Modeling Sociotechnical Change in IS with a Quantitative Longitudinal Approach: The PPR Method Francois-Xavier de Vaujany de Vaujany, Francois-Xavier 205

Ch. XIV The U.S. Video Game Industry: Analyzing Representation of Gender and Race Janet C. Dunlop Dunlop, Janet C. 231

Ch. XV Global Information Ethics: The Importance of Being Environmentally Earnest Luciano Floridi Floridi, Luciano 247

Ch. XVI Is Information Ethics Culture-Relative? Philip Brey Brey, Philip 259

Ch. XVII Giving and Taking Offence in a Global Context John Weckert Weckert, John 273

Ch. XVIII GSM-Based SMS Time Reservation System for Dental Care Reima Suomi Suomi, Reima Ari Serkkkola Serkkkola, Ari Markku Mikkonen Mikkonen, Markku 285

Ch. XIX An Ethnographic Study of IS Investment Appraisal Debra Howcroft Howcroft, Debra Robert McDonald McDonald, Robert 300

Ch. XX Reframing Information System Design as Learning Across Communities of Practice Kevin Gallagher Gallagher, Kevin Robert M. Mason Mason, Robert M. 319

Ch. XXI Successes and Failures of SAP Implementation: A Learning Perspective Tanya Bondarouk Bondarouk, Tanya Maarten van Riemsdijk van Riemsdijk, Maarten 338

Ch. XXII Anthropomorphic Feedback in User Interlaces: The Effect of Personality Traits, Context and Grice's Maxims on Effectiveness and Preferences Pietro Murano Murano, Pietro Patrik O'Brian Holt Holt, Patrik O'Brian 358

Ch. XXIII Several Simple Shared Stable Decision Premises for Technochange Richard Diamond Diamond, Richard 373

Ch. XXIV Trusting Computers Through Trusting Humans: Software Verification in a Safety-Critical Information System Alison Adam Adam, Alison Paul Spedding Spedding, Paul 384

Compilation of References 399

About the Contributors 444

Index 447

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