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Interpreting Information Systems in Organizations

"Interpreting Information Systems in Organizations" by Geoff Walsham was just released in electronic format and added to the creative commons library.

"Interpreting Information Systems in Organizations" was first published in 1993 in the Wiley Series on Information Systems. The book has been out-of print for a number of years but continues to be widely cited in the literature as a classic text on the interpretive approach to information systems research. Google Scholar at the time of writing showed 1163 citations.

For more information see globaltext.org

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