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Th is paper describes a study of age diff erence in the computer skills, practices and attitudes of business students enrolled in the Batchelor of Business degree (BBus) and the New Zealand Diploma in Business (NZDipBus) at a New Zealand tertiary institution. Previous studies have indicated that students are becoming more computer literate. Th e Millennial(More)
  • Kay Fielden
  • 2010
This paper focuses on the holistic framework proposed includes the following clusters of ideas: purpose and role of information security, societal trends, human elements, changing technologies, information security management, and complexity and interactions. These multiple views of information security provide a more complete framework in which to embed(More)
Interpreting results of qualitative research has been regarded by many as difficult fraught with accommodating multiple points of view in complex problem domains. It is recognised (Denzin & Lincoln, 2000) that there is no clear or straightforward solution to interpret qualitative research results. In this paper, sense-making conceptual models (SCMs) are(More)
In this discussion paper mindfulness is linked to Denzin and Lincoln's(2000) 5-stage qualitative research process. In socially-situated IS research a mindful researcher is more likely to produce quality results. A timeline for a typical qualitative research process in information systems presented. The paper concludes with suggestions for including mindful(More)
In 2006, 98 percent of New Zealand residents lived in households with telephones-either landline or cell phone or both. In 2006 New Zealand's population was just over 4 million people. Therefore, in the order of 80,000 (2% of 4 million) did not have telephone access. If we consider that dialup access is the minimum internet standard required to be part of a(More)