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K Morgan; et al
|Description:||568 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Section 1: Understanding online behaviour Predicting and understanding student attitudes and behaviour in e-learning; The ontology of internet user interactions; The neuropsychology of Human Computer Interaction (HCI); Current problems of moral research and education in the IT Environment; Why do people publish weblogs? An online survey of weblog authors in Japan; Interacting with virtual lecturers: outcomes from introducing streamed video into the classroom; Differentiating computer-related addictions and high engagement; Personal competences and social structure: information management in business networks Section 2: Personality and computer attitudes Psychological effects of work with a helmet mounted display; Acceptance of an implantable data security chip to facilitate a cashless society Section 3: Cyber interactions Online audits and energy using behaviour; Cohesion in online groups Section 4: New interaction methods Do short texts imply small thoughts? An investigation of the semantic networks associated with restricted and non-restricted text production; ICT - the solution of communication hurdles in the modern family? Section 5: Applied psychological uses for computers An expert system supporting diagnosis in clinical psychology; Skills in computer use, self-efficacy and self-concept Section 6: Influencing gender roles Gender issues in the career development of computer science staff; "I don't understand computer programming, because I'm a woman!": negotiating gendered positions in a Norwegian discourse of computing; The role of gender in the outcome of ICT adoption - can nurses be technologists?; An outreach venture: bringing computer literacy to rural women in Malaysia; Mentoring computer science undergraduates; Gender in information technology: review of a mentoring initiative Section 7: Gender and computer behaviour Gender impact assessment in the Department of Digital Media of Furtwangen University of Applied Sciences, Germany: design of the study and first empirical results; Fair play: gender, digital gaming and educational disadvantage; Gender, language and computer-mediated communication; Gender demands on e-learning; Instructional technology innovation as transformational learning: female faculty's narratives of experience; Comparative gender differences in faculty job satisfaction at higher education: Taiwan and China Section 8: Gender stereotypes Paradoxes in the impact of the Internet on women; Gender and IT: do stereotypes persist? Section 9: Cyber society norms and values Understanding cultural and national identity in teleworking and electronic communication; Handling paradoxes and uncertainty in virtual networks; Relationship of organizational culture with use intensity of the Internet and sales performance: an international empirical investigation; Architecture between applicational and virtual space Section 10: Threats and challenges to diversity The role of economic growth in coastal culture: a case-study in Qeshm Island, Persian Gulf; Norms and values in contemporary society: an application to the field of sustainable transportation; A study of hospital based social workers in the UK: the importance of verbal communication in this community; ActKM: variety from a complexity perspective; Sharing places, enhancing spaces: an investigation into the effects of mobile networking technologies on physical communities; Impediments to development in the border provinces of Iran Section 11: Advertising with an intercultural perspective Advertising to multi-cultural audiences: promoting energy efficiency in South Africa; The impact of the homogeneous global advertising on multicultural reality Section 12: New learning technologies and paradigms Current issues in new learning; Burnout and emotional intelligence in Greek employees; A dynamic web educational assessment system; Assessment: the Trojan horse of blended learning; Computer-assisted vs. traditional homework: results of a pilot research project; Factors influencing the effectiveness of a web-based learning environment: An assessment from the Malaysia perspective; Oracle 9iAS Portal as a platform for Geographic Information Science distance and flexible learning at the University of the South Pacific; Data-driven modelling of learner's cognitive style in educational hypermedia Section 13: E-business Concepts, methods, standards and technologies to promote e-business interoperability in a large enterprise; E-business security in international perspective; The impact of the World Wide Web on South African businesses; Multi-analyses electronic payment system; Interoperable and flexible digital signatures for e-government and e-commerce|
|Series Title:||Advances in information and communication technologies, v. 4.|
|Responsibility:||editors, K. Morgan ... [et al.].|
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