Knowledge Technology & Policy 2006 - Abstracts

Knowledge Technology & Policy 2006
Communication problems.Social sciencesHaddon, Leslie
Comparing motivations of individual programmers and firms to take part in the open source movement: From community to business.Social sciencesBonaccorsi, Andrea, Rossi, Cristina
Disaggregating immigration policy: The politics of skilled labor recruitment in the U.S.Social sciencesFreeman, Gary P., Hill, David K.
Emotional attachment and mobile phones.Social sciencesVincent, Jane
Free software and copyright enforcement: A tool for global copyright policy?Social sciencesOksanen, Ville, Valimaki, Mikko
From teenage life to Victorian morals and back: Technological change and teenage life.Social sciencesHarper, Richard
Government policy toward Open Source Software: The puzzles of neutrality and competition.Social sciencesJyh-An Lee
Hierarchy and centralization in free and open source software team communications.Social sciencesCrowston, Kevin, Howison, James
Hybrid innovation: The dynamics of collaboration between the FLOSS community and corporations.(Free/Libre Open Source Software)Social sciencesYuwei Lin
Interests and institutions in skilled migration: Comparing flows in the IT and nursing sectors in the U.S..Social sciencesMoney, Jeannette, Falstrom, Dana Zartner
Is the cell phone undermining the social order? Understanding mobile technology from a sociological perspective.Social sciencesGeser, Hans
Loading mobile phones in a multi-option society.Social sciencesGross, Peter, Bertschi, Stefan
Mobile communication and the transformation of daily life: The next phase of research on mobiles.Social sciencesKatz, James E.
Mobile mania, mobile manners.Social sciencesSrivastava, Lara
On the intrinsic and extrinsic motivation of Free/Libre/Open Source (FLOSS) developers.Social sciencesKrishnamurthy, Sandeep
People, mobiles and society: Concluding insights from an international expert survey.(Survey)Social sciencesBertschi, Stefan, Glotz, Peter
Postal presence: A case study of mobile customisation and gender in Melbourne.(Case study)Social sciencesHjorth, Larissa
Students without borders? Migratory decision-making among international graduate students in the U.S..Social sciencesSzelenyi, Katalian
Symbolic analysts or indentured servants? Indian high-tech migrants in America's information economy.Social sciencesChakravarty, Paul
The age of the thumb: A cultural reading of mobile technologies from Asia.Social sciencesBell, Genevieve
The FLOSS alternative: TRIPs, non-proprietary software and development .Social sciencesMay, Christopher
The mobile phone and the dynamic between private and public communication: Results of an international exploratory study.Social sciencesHoflich, Joachim R.
The mobile telephone as a return to unalienated communication.Social sciencesNyiri, Kristof
The role of interspace in sustaining identity.Social sciencesHulme, Michael, Truch, Anna
The social and economic implications of mobile telephony in Rwanda: An ownership/access typology.Social sciencesDonner, Jonathan
Your life in snapshots: Mobile Weblogs.Social sciencesDoring, Nicola, Gundolf, Axel
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