Critical Management Perspectives on Information Systems provides a coherent set of reference points to show students and researchers the organizational issues of information systems in theory, method and practice. Combining fresh and insightful contributions from lead researchers in the field, the book illustrates the diversity of approaches to critical research, presents practical examples and demonstrates the lessons learnt from applying a critical approach.

Exploring the management and organizational issues of information systems from a range of critical theory viewpoints, Critical Management Perspectives on Information Systems sets out the key theoretical underpinnings of different critical approaches and considers the issues associated with designing critical methodologies for systems design and study.

The book is suitable for final year undergraduate, research and postgraduate courses in information systems, management and organizational studies.

part |65 pages

In Search of Critical IS Research

chapter |21 pages

The Punch and Judy of Critical IS Research

ByCarole Brooke

chapter |16 pages

Critical Research and Ethics

ByBernd Carsten Stahl

part |164 pages

Critical IS Empirical Studies

part |42 pages

Review and Critique

chapter |15 pages

Enamouring, Provoking and Imagining

Three Lenses of Critical Information Systems Research?
ByJosé-Rodrigo Córdoba, Carole Brooke

chapter |24 pages

Critical Social IS Research Today

A Reflection of Past Accomplishments and Current Challenges
ByHeinz Klein