Social Science Computer Review

Volume 24, Number 3

Fall, 2006


Symposium: Applying Critical Theory to the Study of ICT


Introduction:  Applying critical theory to the study of ICT  / Helen Richardson, Andrea Tapia and Lynette Kvasny


Michel Foucault in The Social Study of ICTs: Critique and Reappraisal / Leslie Willcocks


The Consumer as Foucauldian “Object of Knowledge” / Ashlee Humphreys


Postmodernism and Criticality in Information Systems Research: What Critical Management Studies Can Contribute / Nathalie Mitev


Politics, Complexity and Systems Implementation: Critically Exposing Power /  Konrad Peszynski and Brian Corbitt


Being  Professional: Organisational Control in Indian Call Centres /  Premilla D’Cruz and Ernesto Noronha


Non-Symposium Articles


Pursuing Social Change Online: The Use of Four Protest Tactics on the Internet / Jennifer Earl


Reports and Communications


E-Government Website Accessibility in Australia and China: A Longitudinal Study / Yuquan Shi


Book Review


Implementing and Managing eGovernment: An International Text, by Richard Heeks / Reviewed by Carl Grafton