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This book contains the papers presented and discussed at the conference that was held in May/June 1997, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, and that was sponsored by Working Group 8.2 of the International Federation for Information Processing. IFIP established 8.2 as a group concerned with the interaction of information systems and the organization. Information Systems and Qualitative Research is essential reading for professionals and students working in information systems in a business environment, such as systems analysts, developers and designers, data administrators, and senior executives in all business areas that use information technology, as well as consultants in the fields of information systems, management, and quality management.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Information Technology (IT) - information processing - information system - linear optimization - organization
Program committee. Overviewing and assessing qualitative IS research. Interpretation and IS requirements definition. Illustrating, experiencing and being critical in ethnography. Interviewing and the interviewer. The social and political context of IS. Developments in qualitative methods. Index of contributors.