Mary J. Culnan

According to our database1, Mary J. Culnan authored at least 32 papers between 1978 and 2019.

Collaborative distances:
  • Dijkstra number2 of five.
  • Erdős number3 of five.

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Bibliography

2019
Policy to Avoid a Privacy Disaster.
J. AIS, 2019

2011
Social Perspectives on Information Privacy.
Proceedings of the Encyclopedia of Cryptography and Security, 2nd Ed., 2011

Information Security and Privacy - Rethinking Governance Models.
CAIS, 2011

2010
Barriers to Interorganizational Information Sharing in e-Government: A Stakeholder Analysis.
Inf. Soc., 2010

How Large U.S. Companies Can Use Twitter and Other Social Media to Gain Business Value.
MIS Quarterly Executive, 2010

Information Security and Privacy: Rethinking Governance Models.
Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems, 2010

2009
How Ethics Can Enhance Organizational Privacy: Lessons from the ChoicePoint and TJX Data Breaches.
MIS Quarterly, 2009

Online privacy practices in higher education: making the grade?
Commun. ACM, 2009

2008
Why IT Executives Should Help Employees Secure Their Home Computers.
MIS Quarterly Executive, 2008

Is There Gold in California Data Mines?: Using Stakeholder Theory to Analyze the Tradeoff Berween Individual Privacy and the Public Good.
Proceedings of the Learning from the past & charting the future of the discipline. 14th Americas Conference on Information Systems, 2008

2007
Why People e-File (or Don't e-File) Their Income Taxes.
Proceedings of the 40th Hawaii International International Conference on Systems Science (HICSS-40 2007), 2007

2005
Giant Food and Elensys: Looking Out For Customer Gross Privacy Invasion?
CAIS, 2005

Information Privacy: Management, Marketplace, and Legal Challenges.
CAIS, 2005

2002
Using the Content of Online Privacy Notices to Inform Public Policy.
Inf. Soc., 2002

1996
Panel 15 Researching Privacy: From Computerized Workplaces to the Marketspace.
Proceedings of the Seventeenth International Conference on Information Systems, 1996

1995
Privacy Issues and the Creation of Campaign Mailing Lists.
Inf. Soc., 1995

1993
"How Did They Get My Name?": An Exploratory Investigation of Consumer Attitudes Toward Secondary Information Use.
MIS Quarterly, 1993

1992
Social Issues of IS: Reshaping Our Research Agenda for 2001?
Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference on Information Systems, 1992

1990
Intellectual structure of research in organizational behavior, 1972-1984: A cocitation analysis.
JASIS, 1990

1989
Designing information systems to support customer feedback.
Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Information Systems, 1989

1988
INFOTRENDS: Profiting from your information resources.
JASIS, 1988

1987
Mapping the Intellectual Structure of MIS, 1980-1985: A Co-Citation Analysis.
MIS Quarterly, 1987

1986
Research in Management Information Systems, 1980-1984: Points of Work and Reference.
MIS Quarterly, 1986

Panel 10: Back to The Future: Will There be an ICiS in 1996?
Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Information Systems, 1986

1985
The dimensions of perceived accessibility to information: Implications for the delivery of information systems and services.
JASIS, 1985

1984
The Dimensions of Accessibility to Online Information: Implications for Implementing Office Information Systems.
ACM Trans. Inf. Syst., 1984

1983
Chauffeured Versus End User Access to Commercial Databases.
MIS Quarterly, 1983

Human communication needs and organizational productivity: The potential impact of office automation.
JASIS, 1983

The Dimensions of Accessibility to Online Information Systems: Implications for MIS Implementation.
Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Information Systems, 1983

1980
Document Processing in the Automated Office: Implications for MIS Research and Education.
Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Information Systems, 1980

1978
Document-Based Systems for Management Planing and Control: A Classification, Survey, and Assessment.
MIS Quarterly, 1978

An analysis of the information usage patterns of academics and practitioners in the computer field: A citation analysis of a national conference proceedings.
Inf. Process. Manage., 1978


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