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Investigating Information Systems with Action Research
  • R. Baskerville
  • Computer Science
  • Commun. Assoc. Inf. Syst.
  • 1 November 1999
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 the 1990s. Expand
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Generalizing Generalizability in Information Systems Research
Generalizability is a major concern to those who do, and use, research. Expand
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A critical perspective on action research as a method for information systems research
This paper reviews the origins, techniques and roles associated with action research into information systems (IS). Expand
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FEDS: a Framework for Evaluation in Design Science Research
Evaluation of design artefacts and design theories is a key activity in Design Science Research (DSR), as it provides feedback for further development and (if done correctly) assures the rigour of the research. Expand
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Special issue on action research in information systems: making is research relevant to practice--foreword
We believe action research methods provide one potential avenue to improve the prac tical relevance of IS research. Expand
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Future directions for behavioral information security research
Information Security (InfoSec) research is far reaching and includes many approaches to deal with protecting and mitigating threats to the information assets and technical resources available within computer based systems. Expand
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Agile requirements engineering practices and challenges: an empirical study
This paper describes empirical research into agile requirements engineering (RE) practices. Expand
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Diversity in information systems action research methods
A more inclusive action research paradigm is delineated that offers a basis for validating a wider range of IS research. Expand
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Strategies for Design Science Research Evaluation
We present a strategic DSR evaluation framework, which expands evaluation choices for IS DSR researchers, and also adds emphasis to strategies for evaluating design processes in addition to design products. Expand
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A Comprehensive Framework for Evaluation in Design Science Research
Evaluation is a central and essential activity in conducting Design Science Research (DSR), yet there is surprisingly little guidance about designing the DSR evaluation activity beyond suggesting possible methods that could be used for evaluation. Expand
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