Information Systems Research as Design: Identity, Process, and Narrative

@inproceedings{Boland2004InformationSR,
  title={Information Systems Research as Design: Identity, Process, and Narrative},
  author={R. Boland and K. Lyytinen},
  booktitle={Relevant Theory and Informed Practice},
  year={2004}
}
  • R. Boland, K. Lyytinen
  • Published in
    Relevant Theory and Informed…
    2004
  • Political Science, Computer Science
Information systems research has moved beyond the antagonistic dualisms that dominated its discourse over the last 20 years. Our community is now largely inclusive of diverse research traditions, and without a strong dogma. But it is also experiencing an identity crisis. Scholars are asking what the information systems field is or should be, and where it is going or should go. In this paper, we argue that such questions, although understandable as sense-making devices, are fundamentally… Expand
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