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Investigating Information Systems with Action Research
Action research is an established research method in use in the social and medical sciences since the mid-twentieth century, and has increased in importance for information systems toward the end of
Generalizing Generalizability in Information Systems Research
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The framework indicates ways in which researchers in information systems and other fields may properly lay claim to generalizability, and thereby broader relevance, even when their inquiry falls outside the bounds of sampling-based research.
FEDS: a Framework for Evaluation in Design Science Research
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This research paper develops, explicates, and provides evidence for the utility of a Framework for Evaluation in Design Science (FEDS) together with a process to guide design science researchers in developing a strategy for evaluating the artefacts they develop within a DSR project.
A critical perspective on action research as a method for information systems research
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The paper summarizes the rigorous approach to action research and suggests certain domains of ideal use (such as systems development methodology) for those faced with conducting, reviewing or examining action research.
A critical perspective on action research as a method for information systems research
TLDR
The paper summarizes the rigorous approach to action research and suggests certain domains of ideal use (such as systems development methodology) for those faced with conducting, reviewing or examining action research.
Special Issue on Action Research in Information Systems: Making is Research Relevant to Practice
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This work believes action research methods provide one potential avenue to improve the relevance of IS research and sees no reason why action research should not be accepted in the field of information systems.
Diversity in information systems action research methods
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The different frameworks, assumptions and goals that characterise the diverse forms of action research are described and a more inclusive action research paradigm is delineated that offers a basis for validating a wider range of IS research.
Agile requirements engineering practices and challenges: an empirical study
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This paper describes empirical research into agile requirements engineering (RE) practices and provides a framework for evaluating the impact and appropriateness of agile RE practices by relating them to RE risks.
Strategies for Design Science Research Evaluation
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A broader range of evaluation strategies are analyzed, which includes ex ante (prior to artifact construction) evaluation, and a strategic DSR evaluation framework is developed, which expands evaluation choices for IS DSR researchers, and also adds emphasis to strategies for evaluating design processes in addition to design products.
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