EJISDC Index (Vol 1-10)

 

Vol 10 (2002)

10-Intro

Editorial Introduction

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10-1

A Way Forward... - Report on the IFIP WG 9.4 Conference, 2002

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10-2

The Effect of Information Technology on the Growth of the Banking Industry in Nigeria

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10-3

Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and Democracy Development in the South: Potential and Current Reality

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10-4

Small Businesses' Acceptance and Adoption of e-Commerce in the Western Cape Province of South Africa

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10-5

E-Business and Technology Issues for Developing Economies: A Ukraine Case Study

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Vol 9 (2002)

9-Intro

Editorial Introduction

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9-1

Rethinking Information and Communications Technology Policy Focus on Internet versus Teledensity Diffusion for Africa's Least Developed Countries

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9-2

Online or Out of Reach

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9-3

Adopting Modern Information Technology in the South Pacific: A Process of Development, Preservation or Underdevelopment of the Culture?

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9-4

IT-enabled Services as Development Drivers in Low-Income Countries: The Case of Fiji

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9-5

Individual and Technological Factors Affecting Perceived Ease of Use of Web-based Learning Technologies in a Developing Country

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9-6

Internet-Based Reverse Auctions by the Brazilian Government

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9-L1

Critique of "Adopting Modern Information Technology in the South Pacific: A Process of Development, Preservation or Underdevelopment of the Culture?"

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9-L2

Response to Lodhia

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Vol 8 (2002)

8-Intro

Editorial Introduction

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8-0

Conference Summary of The International Conference on Information, Technology, Communications and Development (ITCD)

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8-1

Bridging the Digital Divide, the Future of Localisation

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8-2

Development through Information Technology in Developing Countries: Experiences from an Indian State

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8-3

Information Technology in Nepal: What Role for the Government?

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8-4

Rural Community ICT Applications: The Kothmale Model

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8-5

Information Technology Education in Nepal: An Inner Perspective

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8-6

Digital Opportunity Initiative for Pakistan

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Vol 7 (2002)

7-Intro

Editorial Introduction

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7-0

Introduction of Vol. 7

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7-1

A Gift from the Gods? Components of Information Technology Fatalism, Determinism in Several Cultures

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7-2

Effectiveness of Graphical Components in Web Site E-commerce Application-A Cultural Perspective

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7-3

Ethical and Intellectual Property Concerns in a Multicultural Global Economy

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7-4

Investigating Cultural Differences in Virtual Software Teams

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7-5

Potential Impact of Cultural Differences on Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Projects

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7-6

Propeller Heads - Handle with Care: Improving the IT-Business Relationship through Cultural Awareness

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Vol 6 (2001)

6-Intro

Editorial Introduction

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6-1

Enabling Communication in Developing Regions

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6-2

China IT Report

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Vol 5 (2001)

5-Intro

Editorial Introduction

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5-0

Introduction of Vol. 5

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5-1

The Internet, Global Healthcare Management Systems and Sustainable Development: Future Scenarios

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5-2

A Study of the Actual and Potential Usage of Information and Communication Technology at District and Provincial Levels in Mozambique with a Focus on the Health Sector

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5-3

Contraceptive Security, Information Flow and Local Adaptations: Family Planning in the Philippines and Morocco

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5-3-figs

Figure 1-5

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5-4

Information Systems Development in Nigerian Software Companies: Research Methodology and Assessment from the Healthcare Sector’s Perspective

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5-4-figs

Figure 1-3

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5-5

Risky but Effective Improvisations in Managing Information Systems

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5-6

Implementation of a Hospital Library Automation Project in Mexico: Learning from Experience

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Vol 4 (2001)

4-Intro

Editorial Introduction

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4-1

A Preliminary Evaluation of Online Access Centres: Promoting Micro E-Business Activity in Small, Isolated Communities

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4-2

Comparing Urban and Rural Telecenters Costs

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4-3

Comparing Approaches: Telecentre Evaluation Experiences in Asia and Latin America

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4-4

Building a Knowledge Infrastructure for Learning Communities

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4-5

True Stories: Telecentres in Latin America and the Caribbean

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Vol 3 (2000)

3-Intro

Editorial Introduction

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3-1

Are Usability Assessment Techniques Reliable in Non-Western Cultures?

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3-2

Decision Support Systems for Small Scale Agroindustrial Investment Promotion in Rural Areas

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3-3

Benefits of IT-Based Decision-Making in Developing Countries

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3-4

Global Software Economics

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3-5

Systems Integration for a Developing Country: Failure or Success? A Malaysian Case Study

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3-6

Query Processing Techniques in Data Warehousing Using Cost Model

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3-7

Recognising Alternative Rationalities in the Deployment of Information Systems

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3-8

Computer Technology In Malaysia: Teachers' Background Characteristics, Attitudes and Concerns

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Vol 2 (2000)

2-Intro

Editorial Introduction

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2-1

Factors affecting the use of Information technology in Thai agricultural cooperatives : a work in progress

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2-2

Cultivating Technological Innovation for Development

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2-3

Effects of Learning Styles on Undergraduates' Attitudes, Navigational Patterns, and Use of Navigational Tools in Hypermedia-Based Learning

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2-4

Information and Business Process Equality: The Case of SAP R/3 Implementation

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2-5

A Champion in Our Midst: Lessons Learned from the Impacts of NGO's Use of the Internet

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2-6

Barriers to Putting Businesses on the Internet in Malaysia

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2-7

An Empirical Investigation of Use of Information Technology among Small and Medium Business Organizations: A Bruneian Scenario

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Vol 1 (2000)

1-Intro

Editorial Introduction

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1-1

Bridging the Gap: The Role of Spatial Information Technologies in the Integration of Traditional Environmental Knowledge and Western Science

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1-2

Cultural Context and its Impact on Requirements Elicitation in Thailand

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1-3

Gender Differences in Computer Literacy Level Among Undergraduate Students in Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)

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1-4

Social Implications of Information and Communication Technology in Developing Countries: Lessons from Asian Success Stories

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1-5

Technology Leapfrogging in Developing Countries - An Inevitable Luxury?

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