Cross-Disciplinary Advances in Human Computer Interaction: User Modeling, Social Computing and Adaptive Interfaces, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1605661430
  • ISBN-13: 9781605661438
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 449 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2008 | Published/Released March 2009
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2008

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Covers numerous issues within the field of human computer interaction (HCI). Explores new models and methodologies for describing user behavior, analyzing their needs and expectations in order to design user friendly systems.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Editorial Advisory Board.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
About the Editor.
1: Emotional Digitalization as Technology of the Post–Modern: A Reflexive Examination from the View of The Industry.
2: Bridging User Requirements and Cultural Objects: A Process–Oriented Framework for Cultural E–Services.
3: From Beliefs to Success: Utilizing an Expanded TAM to Predict Web Page Development Success.
4: Assessing a Spanish Translation of the End–User Computing Satisfaction Instrument.
5: Understanding the Impact of Culture on Mobile Phone Usage on Public Places: A Comparison between the UK and Sudan.
6: Discourses on User Participation: Findings from Open Source Software Development Context.
7: Exploring “Events” as an Information Systems Research Methodology.
8: Different Levels of Information Systems Designers’ Forms of Thought and Potential for Human–Centered Design.
9: Tacit Knowledge in Rapidly Evolving Organisational Environments.
10: Interpretive Flexibility Along the Innovation Decision Process of the UK NHS Care Records Service (NCRS): Insights from a Local Implementation Case Study.
11: Collaboration Challenges in Community Telecommunication Networks.
12: A De–Construction of Wireless Device Usage.
13: Modeling Sociotechnical Change in IS with a Quantitative Longitudinal Approach: The PPR Method.
14: The U.S. Video Game Industry: Analyzing Representation of Gender and Race.
15: Global Information Ethics: The Importance of Being Environmentally Earnest.
16: Is Information Ethics Culture–Relative?.
17: Giving and Taking Offence in a Global Context1.
18: GSM–Based SMS Time Reservation System for Dental Care.
19: An Ethnographic Study of IS Investment Appraisal.
20: Reframing Information System Design as Learning Across Communities of Practice.
21: Successes and Failures of SAP Implementation: A Learning Perspective.
22: Anthropomorphic Feedback in User Interfaces: The Effect of Personality Traits, Context and Grice’s Maxims on Effectiveness and Preferences1.
23: Several Simple Shared Stable Decision Premises for Technochange.
24: Trusting Computers Through Trusting Humans: Software Verification in a Safety-Critical Information System.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.