Papers

Refereed (Peer-Reviewed) Publications pre-2010

  • Allen, J. P.  “Three strategies for open source deployment:  Substitution, innovation, and knowledge reuse.”  In Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Open Source Systems, South Bend, IN, USA.  (2010)  [paper at this page (subscription)][blog post]
  • Allen, J. P.  “Open source deployment at the city and county of San Francisco:  From cost reduction to rapid innovation.”  In Proceedings of the 43rd HICSS Conference, Kauai, USA.  (2010)  [early version at this page][paper at this page]
  • Allen, J. P.  “Knowledge sharing successes in Web 2.0 communities.”  IEEE Technology & Society, vol. 29, no.1.  (2010) [paper at this page (subscription)][citations] [conference paper at this page (subscription)][conference paper citations]
  • Allen, J. P.  “Introducing information systems through a digital business course:  The new web-centric skill set for business majors.”  In Proceedings of the 2009 International SIGED:IAIM Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, USA.  (2009)  [description and talk slides]
  • Allen, J. P.  “Community building for open source business applications:  The Core-Extensions-Themes pattern.”  In Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Building Sustainable Open Source Communities (OSCOMM 2009), Skövde, Sweden.  [paper][blog post]
  • Allen, J. P.  “Instant Websites:  Using WordPress as a Content Management System.”  Proceedings of the 2008 Workshop on Information Technology and Systems, Paris, France.  (2008)  [description and paper at this page]
  • Kim, J., Allen, J. P., and Lee, E.  “Alternate Reality Gaming.”  Communications of the ACM, vol. 51, no. 2.  (2008)  [paper at this page (subscription)][citations][review at Computing Reviews (subscription)][blog post]
  • Rees, J., and J. Allen.  “The state of risk assessment practices in information security:  An exploratory investigation.”  Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, vol 18.  (2008)  [paper at this page (subscription)][citations][blog post]
  • Allen, J. P. “Visions of the Next Big Thing:  Computerization movements and the mobilization of support for new technologies.”  In Kraemer, K. and Elliott, M (eds.), Computerization Movements and Technology Diffusion:  From Mainframes to Ubiquitous Computing.  Medford, New Jersey:  Information Today Press.  (2008)  [chapter from google books][citations][review citing chapter][book wins CHOICE outstanding academic title award 2009][blog post]
  • Allen, J. P., and Kim, J.  “IT and the video game industry:  Tensions and mutual shaping.” Journal of Information Technology, vol. 20.  (2005)  [paper at this page (subscription)][citations]
  • Allen, J. P.  “Value conflicts in enterprise systems.”  Information Technology & People, vol. 18, no. 1.  (2005)  [paper at this page (subscription)][citations]
  • Allen, J. P.  “The Social Analysis of Ubiquitous IT.”  ETHICOMP Journal, vol. 2, no. 2.  (2005)  [paper at this page (free subscription)][citations]
  • Allen, J. P.  “Redefining the network: Enrollment strategies in the PDA industry.”  Information Technology & People  (special issue on Actor Network Theory and Information Systems), vol. 17, no. 2.  (2004)  [paper at this page (subscription)][citations]
  • Allen, J. P. and Kim, J.  “Digital gaming:  Organizing for sustainable innovation.”  In IT Innovation for Adaptability and Competitiveness:  IFIP Working Group 8.6 Conference, Leixlip, Ireland.  (2004)  [chapter at google books]
  • Allen, J. P.  “The evolution of new mobile applications:  A sociotechnical perspective.”  International Journal of Electronic Commerce, vol. 8, no. 1.  (2003)  [paper at this page (subscription)][citations]
  • Sawyer, S., Allen, J. P. , and Lee, H. “Broadband and mobile opportunities:  A socio-technical perspective.”  Journal of Information Technology, vol. 18.  (2003)  [paper at this page (subscription)][citations]
  • Allen, J. P.  “The evolution of new mobile applications.”  Proceedings of the First International Conference on Mobile Business, Athens, Greece.  (2002)
  • Allen, J. P.  “Where enrollment meets structure:  Understanding PDA evolution through sociotechnological theory.”  Proceedings of the 2002 Americas Conference on Information Systems, Dallas, Texas.  (2002)  [paper at this page (subscription)][citations]
  • Kling, R., Kraemer, K. L., Allen, J. P., Bakos, Y., Gurbaxani, V., and Elliott, M.  “Transforming coordination:  The problems and promise of information technology in coordination.”  In G. M. Olsen, T. W. Malone & J. B. Smith (Eds.), Coordination Theory and Collaboration Technology.  Mahwah, N. J.:  Lawrence Erlbaum.  (2001).  [early version][citations]
  • Allen, J. P.  “Information systems as technological innovation.”  Information Technology & People, Vol. 13, No. 3, 210-221.  (2000)  [paper at this page (subscription)][citations]
  • Allen, J. P.  “Handheld computing predictions:  What went wrong?”  Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 1707, 117-123.  (1999)  [paper at this page (subscription)][citations]
  • Allen, J. P.  “Who shapes the future?  Problem framings and the development of handheld computers.”   Computers and Society, 28(2), 3-8.  (1998)  [paper at this page (subscription)][citations]
  • Allen, J.P.  “The evolution of handheld computers:  Problem framing and network building.”  In Proceedings of the Eighteenth International Conference on Information Systems, Atlanta, December 1997.  (1997)  [paper at this page (subscription)]
  • Allen, J. P. “The selective adoption of information systems:  Assessing practicality, trustworthiness, and fairness.”  In T. McMaster, E. Mumford, E. B. Swanson, B. Warboys, & D. Wastell (Eds.), Facilitating Technology Transfer through Partnership:  Learning from Practice and Research.  London:  Chapman & Hall, 145-160.  (1997)  [bibliographic info][citations]
  • Allen, J. P.  “Mutual control in the newly integrated work environments.”  The Information Society, 10(2), 129-138.  (1994)  [abstract on this page][conference version][citations]
  • Kling, R., Kraemer,  K. L., Allen, J. P., Bakos, Y., Gurbaxani, V., & King, J. L.  “Coordination in manufacturing:  Economic and social perspectives.”  In Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference on Information Systems, Dallas, December 1992.  (1992)  [early version at this page][citations]
  • Allen, J. P.  “Enabling participatory design in a tightly integrated, hierarchical setting.”  In PDC ’92:  Proceedings of the Conference on Participatory Design, Cambridge, MA.  (1992)  [paper listing]

Other Publications

  • Allen, J. P., Rosenbaum, H., and Shachaf, P.  “Web 2.0:  A Social Informatics perspective.”  Proceedings of the 2007 Americas Conference on Information Systems, Keystone, Colorado.  (2007)  [draft version cached at google]  Reprinted in the Journal of Social Informatics, 8.  [entire journal issue, in Romanian]
  • Allen, J. P.  “Phones R Us.” The Information Society, vol. 23, no. 1.  (2006)  [bibliographic info]
  • Allen, J. P.  “Visions of the Next Big Thing:  Computerization movements and the mobilization of support for new technologies.”  NSF Social Informatics Workshop, Irvine, CA.  (2005)
  • Allen, J. P.  “Information systems use in continuously innovative organizations.”  In T. Larsen & G. McGuire (Eds.), Information Systems and Technology Innovation and Diffusion.  Harrisburg, Pennsylvania:  Idea Group Publishing, 29-47.  (1998)  [chapter at google books][citations]
  • Kling, R., & Allen, J. P.  “Can computer science solve organizational problems?  The case for organizational informatics.”  In R. Kling (Ed.), Computerization and Controversy:  Value Conflicts and Social Choices (2nd edition).  Boston:  Academic Press, 261-270.  (1996)  [chapter at google books][citations]
  • Kling, R. & Allen, J. P.  “How the marriage of management and computing intensifies the struggle for personal privacy.”  In D. Lyon & E. Zureik (Eds.), New Technology, Surveillance and Social Control.  Minneapolis:  University of Minnesota Press, 104-131.  (1996)  [draft version][citations]
  • Kling, R., Ackerman, M., & Allen, J. P.  “Information entrepreneurialism, information technologies, and the continuing vulnerability of privacy.”  In R. Kling (Ed.), Computerization and Controversy:  Value Conflicts and Social Choices (2nd edition).  Boston:  Academic Press, 727-743.  (1996)  [bibliographic info][citations]
  • Allen, J. P.  “Groupware and social reality.”  In C. Huff and T. Finholt (Eds.), Social Issues in Computing:  Putting Computing in its Place.  New York:  McGraw-Hill, 38-45.  (1994)  [journal version at this page (subscription)][citations]
  • Allen, J. P.  “CSCW and privacy:  A panel report from CSCW ’92.”  SIGCHI Bulletin, 25(4), 40-41.  (1993)  [paper at this page (subscription)][citations]
  • Allen, J. P.  “Controversies about privacy and open information in CSCW:  A panel report from the CSCW ’92 conference.”  SIGOIS Bulletin, 14(1).  (1993)  [bibliographic info]
  • Allen, J. P.  “Book Review – Microcomputers in African development:  Critical perspectives.”  The Information Society, 9(3).  (1993)
  • Allen, J. P.  “Workplace privacy in the newly integrated manufacturing environments:  A scenario.”  SIGOIS Bulletin, 14(1), 17-18.  (1993)  [paper at this page (subscription)]
  • Kling, R., Scherson, I., & Allen, J. P.  “Massively parallel computing and information capitalism.”  In W. Daniel Hillis & James Bailey (Eds.), A New Era in Computation.  Cambridge, MA:  MIT Press, 191-241.  (1992)  [bibliographic info][citations]

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