James L. Worrell

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a r t i c l e i n f o a b s t r a c t This paper introduces social network analysis as an alternative research method for conducting accounting information systems related research. With advances in information and communication technologies, transaction data are being recorded in electronic form, resulting in a variety of research opportunities to examine(More)
a r t i c l e i n f o a b s t r a c t Recent focus on the diversity of research methodologies available to accounting information systems (AIS) scholars has led researchers to suggest the Delphi method has reached the limits of its usefulness. Using a review of the accounting and information systems literature, we suggest such a finding is premature for the(More)
IntroductIon The close of the twentieth century witnessed unprecedented advances in information and communication technology (ICT), which brought about tremendous changes to almost every facet of society. Although these advances dramatically changed the way we keep in touch, perhaps the biggest change could be in the way that we organize and conduct(More)
This paper describes a study designed to collect student perceptions of the personal risks incurred when using social media. The study used the Delphi method to rank the social media risks perceived by students. The students' rankings were compared to the personal risks identified and ranked by a group of Library and Information Science professionals.(More)
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