Eileen M. Trauth

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34EEEileen M. Trauth, Jeria L. Quesenberry, Haiyan Huang, Stephen McKnight: Linking economic development and workforce diversity through action research. CPR 2008: 58-65
33EEEileen M. Trauth, Jeria L. Quesenberry, Benjamin Yeo: Environmental influences on gender in the IT workforce. DATA BASE 39(1): 8-32 (2008)
32EEDebra Howcroft, Eileen M. Trauth: The implications of a critical agenda in gender and IS research. Inf. Syst. J. 18(2): 185-202 (2008)
31EEEileen M. Trauth, Mike Reinert, Michael C. Zigner: A regional IT occupational partnership for economic development. CPR 2007: 112-120
30EEJeria L. Quesenberry, Eileen M. Trauth: What do women want?: an investigation of career anchors among women in the IT workforce. CPR 2007: 122-127
29EEHaiyan Huang, Eileen M. Trauth: Cultural influences and globally distributed information systems development: experiences from Chinese IT professionals. CPR 2007: 36-45
28EERosalie J. Ocker, Haiyan Huang, Eileen M. Trauth, Sandeep Purao: The Tension Between Expectations of Availability and the Reality of Availability in Hybrid Teams. Virtuality and Virtualization 2007: 119-131
27EEBridget Marie Blodgett, Heng Xu, Eileen M. Trauth: Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues in virtual worlds. DATA BASE 38(4): 97-99 (2007)
26EEEileen M. Trauth, Jeria L. Quesenberry, Haiyan Huang: Cross-cultural influences on women in the IT workforce. CPR 2006: 12-19
25EEHaiyan Huang, Benjamin Yeo, Eileen M. Trauth: Exploring the situated context of knowledge management in e-government development. IJAMC 1(2): 148-160 (2006)
24EEPaul F. Cleary, Glenn Pierce, Eileen M. Trauth: Closing the digital divide: understanding racial, ethnic, social class, gender and geographic disparities in Internet use among school age children in the United States. Universal Access in the Information Society 4(4): 354-373 (2006)
23EEEileen M. Trauth, Jeria L. Quesenberry, Benjamin Yeo: The influence of environmental context on women in the IT workforce. CPR 2005: 24-31
22 Eileen M. Trauth: Leapfrogging an IT Sector. Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology (III) 2005: 1799-1802
21 Eileen M. Trauth: Qualitative Methods in IS Research. Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology (IV) 2005: 2378-2381
20EEEileen M. Trauth, Jeria L. Quesenberry, Allison J. Morgan: Understanding the under representation of women in IT: toward a theory of individual differences. CPR 2004: 114-119
19 Munir Mandviwalla, Eileen M. Trauth: Proceedings of the 2003 SIGMIS Conference on Computer Personnel Research: Freedom in Philadelphia - Leveraging Differences and Diversity in the IT Workforce, CPR 2003, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, April 10-12, 2003 ACM 2003
18 Kim Viborg Andersen, Steve Elliot, Paula M. C. Swatman, Eileen M. Trauth, Niels Bjørn-Andersen: Seeking Success in E-Business - A Multidisciplinary Approach, IFIP TC8 / WG8.4 Second Working Conference on E-Business: Multidisciplinary Research and Practice, June 9-11, 2002, Copenhagen, Denmark Kluwer 2003
17EESusan H. Nielsen, Liisa von Hellens, Jenine P. Beekhuyzen, Eileen M. Trauth: Women talking about IT work: duality or dualism? CPR 2003: 68-74
16 Ciara Heavin, Brian Fitzerald, Eileen M. Trauth: Factors Influencing Ireland's Software Industry: Lessons for Economic Development through IT. Information Systems Perspectives and Challenges in the Context of Globalization 2003: 235-252
15 Eileen M. Trauth: Cases on Global IT Applications and Management: Successes and Pitfalls, edited by F.B. Tan. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing, 2002. Inf. Soc. 19(1): (2003)
14 Eileen M. Trauth, Susan H. Nielsen, Liisa von Hellens: Explaining the IT Gender Gap: Australian Stories for the New Millenium. Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology 35(1): 7-20 (2003)
13 Lynette Kvasny, Eileen M. Trauth: The Digital Divide at Work and Home: The Discourse about Power and Underrepresented Groups in the Information Society. Global and Organizational Discourse about Information Technology 2002: 273-291
12 Bonnie Kaplan, Lynette Kvasny, Steve Sawyer, Eileen M. Trauth: New Words and Old Books: Challenging Conventional Discourses about Domain and Theory in Information Systems Research. Global and Organizational Discourse about Information Technology 2002: 539-545
11EELiisa von Hellens, Susan H. Nielsen, Eileen M. Trauth: Breaking and entering the male domain. Women in the IT industry. SIGCPR 2001: 116-120
10EEEileen M. Trauth: Mapping information-sector work to the work force. Commun. ACM 44(7): 74-75 (2001)
9EEDenis M. S. Lee, Susan H. Nielsen, Eileen M. Trauth, Viswanath Venkatesh: Addressing the IT skills crisis: gender and the IT profession (panel). ICIS 2000: 727-732
8 Ulrike Schultze, Michael D. Myers, Eileen M. Trauth: Addressing the Shortcomings of Interpretive Field Research: Reflecting Social Construction in the Write-up. Organizational and Social Perspectives on IT 2000: 507-510
7EEEileen M. Trauth, Leonard M. Jessup: Understanding Computer-Mediated Discussions: Positivist and Interpretive Analyses of Group Support System Use. MIS Quarterly 24(1): (2000)
6 Richard Baskerville, Steve Sawyer, Eileen M. Trauth, Duane P. Truex, Cathy Urquhart: The Uses and Abuses of Evaluative Criteria for Qualitative Research Methods. New Information Technologies in Organizational Processes 1999: 293-296
5EEEileen M. Trauth: Who owns my soul? The paradox of pursing organizational knowledge in a work culture of individualism. SIGCPR 1999: 159-163
4EEKenneth E. Kendall, Eileen M. Trauth, Michelle Brown, Marie-Claude Boudreau: A report from 8.2 to ICIS (panel session): three points of view on information systems and qualitative research from the June 1997 conference of IFIP Working Group 8.2. ICIS 1997: 512
3EEDenis M. S. Lee, Eileen M. Trauth, Douglas Farwell: Critical Skills and Knowledge Requirements of IS Professionals: A Joint Academic/Industry Investigation. MIS Quarterly 19(3): (1995)
2 Eileen M. Trauth, Frank E. J. M. Derksen, Hein M. J. Mevissen: The Influence of Societal Factors on the Diffusion of Electronic Data Interchange in the Netherlands. Human, Organizational, and Social Dimensions of Information Systems Development 1993: 323-337
1EEEileen M. Trauth, Stephen K. Kwan, Susanna Barber: Channel Selection and Effective Communication for Managerial Decision Making. ACM Trans. Inf. Syst. 2(2): 123-140 (1984)

Coauthor Index

1Kim Viborg Andersen [18]
2Susanna Barber [1]
3Richard Baskerville [6]
4Jenine P. Beekhuyzen [17]
5Niels Bjørn-Andersen [18]
6Bridget Marie Blodgett [27]
7Marie-Claude Boudreau [4]
8Michelle Brown [4]
9Paul F. Cleary [24]
10Frank E. J. M. Derksen [2]
11Steve Elliot [18]
12Douglas Farwell [3]
13Brian Fitzerald [16]
14Ciara Heavin [16]
15Liisa von Hellens [11] [14] [17]
16Debra Howcroft [32]
17Haiyan Huang [25] [26] [28] [29] [34]
18Leonard M. Jessup [7]
19Bonnie Kaplan [12]
20Kenneth E. Kendall [4]
21Lynette Kvasny [12] [13]
22Stephen K. Kwan [1]
23Denis M. S. Lee [3] [9]
24Munir Mandviwalla [19]
25Stephen McKnight [34]
26Hein M. J. Mevissen [2]
27Allison J. Morgan [20]
28Michael D. Myers [8]
29Susan H. Nielsen [9] [11] [14] [17]
30Rosalie J. Ocker [28]
31Glenn Pierce [24]
32Sandeep Purao [28]
33Jeria L. Quesenberry [20] [23] [26] [30] [33] [34]
34Mike Reinert [31]
35Steve Sawyer [6] [12]
36Ulrike Schultze [8]
37Paula M. C. Swatman [18]
38Duane P. Truex [6]
39Cathy Urquhart [6]
40Viswanath Venkatesh [9]
41Heng Xu [27]
42Benjamin Yeo [23] [25] [33]
43Michael C. Zigner [31]

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