A collection of published articles from members of the Department of Information Systems at Kennesaw State University.

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Submissions from 2003

The Handbook of Information Systems Research, Michael E. Whitman and Amy B. Woszczynski

Submissions from 2002

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Crises and Revolutions in Information Technology: Lessons Learned from Y2K, Alan R. Cannon and Amy B. Woszczynski

Achieving Collaborative Advantage--An Evolving Paradigm, Harry J. Lasher, Elke M. Leeds, Gary B. Roberts, and Steve Smalt

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Using the Extensible Markup Language (XML) As a Medium for Data Exchange, Meg Murray

Virtual Reality Therapy: Case Study of Fear of Public Speaking, Max M. North, Curt M. Shoeneman, and James N. Mathis

The Information Security Lab Manual, Michael E. Whitman and David M. Shackleford

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Exploring the Theoretical Foundations of Playfulness in Computer Interactions, Amy B. Woszczynski, Philip L. Roth, and Albert H. Segars

Submissions from 2001

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An e-Commerce Systems Integration Framework, Ernest A. Capozzoli and Sheb L. true

IT Opportunities for Internal Auditors, Linda M. Hadden, Dana R. Hermanson, Mary C. Hill, and Daniel M. Ivancevich

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A Survey of Innovative Technology Processes in Manufacturing, Alexander Wagner, Douglas Edward Turner, and Terry Anthony Byrd

A Study of User Attitudes toward Persistent Cookies, Michael E. Whitman, Jorge Pérez, and Catherine Beise

Information Systems Security and the Need for Policy, Michael E. Whitman, Anthony M. Townsend, and Robert J. Aalberts

Submissions from 2000

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Information Technology-Related Activities of Internal Auditors, Dana R. Hermanson, Mary C. Hill, and Daniel M. Ivancevich

Reply to Discussion of Information Technology-Related Activities of Internal Auditors, Dana R. Hermanson, Mary C. Hill, and Daniel M. Ivancevich

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Employer Liability Under the Communications Decency Act: Developing an Effective Policy Response, Anthony M. Townsend, Robert J. Aalberts, and Michael E. Whitman

Technology at the Top: Developing Strategic Planning Support Systems, Anthony M. Townsend, Samual M. DeMarie, Anthony R. Hendrickson, and Michael E. Whitman

Submissions from 1999

How Governmental Internal Auditors Are Adapting to Changes in Information Technology, Dana R. Hermanson, Mary C. Hill, and Daniel M. Ivancevich

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Academic Rewards for Teaching, Research, and Service: Data and Discourse, Michael E. Whitman, Anthony R. Hendrickson, and Anthony M. Townsend

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Considerations for an Effective Telecommunications-Use Policy, Michael E. Whitman, Anthony M. Townsend, and Robert J. Aalberts

Cybersquatting: A Case of First Come/First Served or Piracy on the Cyber-Seas?, Michael E. Whitman, Anthony M. Townsend, and Robert J. Aalberts

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The Communications Decency Act: An Update for IS Management, Michael E. Whitman, Anthony M. Townsend, and Robert J. Aalberts

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The Communications Decency Act Is Not as Dead as You Think, Michael E. Whitman, Anthony M. Townsend, and Robert J. Aalberts

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Cross-national Differences in Computer-Use Ethics: A Nine-country Study, Michael E. Whitman, Anthony M. Townsend, and Anthony R. Hendrickson

Submissions from 1998

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The Threat of Long-Arm Jurisdiction to Electronic Commerce, Robert J. Aalberts, Anthony M. Townsend, and Michael E. Whitman

The Association of Perceived Disaster Recovery Plan Strength with Organizational Characteristics, Daniel M. Ivancevich, Dana R. Hermanson, and L. Murphy Smith

What's Left of the Communications Decency Act?: Why You Should be Concerned, Anthony M. Townsend, Michael E. Whitman, and Robert J. Aalberts

The Academic Telecommunications-Use Policy, Michael E. Whitman, Anthony M. Townsend, and Robert J. Aalberts

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An Examination of Cross-National Differences on Computer-Related Ethical Decision Making, Michael E. Whitman, Anthony M. Townsend, Anthony R. Hendrickson, and Dail Fields

Computer Aversion and Computer-Use Ethics in US and Asian Cultures, Michael E. Whitman, Anthony M. Townsend, Anthony R. Hendrickson, and Roger B. Rensvold

Submissions from 1996

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Issues and Concerns about Computer-Supported Meetings: The Facilitator's Perspective, Fred Niederman, Catherine M. Beise, and Peggy M. Beranek

Submissions from 1987

Information Systems: Getting Back to Basics, Bonnie P. Stivers and Larry H. Beard

Submissions from 1905

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Promoting Information Systems Major to Undergraduate Students - A Comprehensive Investigation, Lei Li, Chi Zhang, and Guangzhi Zheng