Publications discussing ANT in Information Systems Studies and related fields
International Journal of Actor-Network Theory and Technological Innovation, Vol. 1, Issue 2, 2009
International Journal of Actor-Network Theory and Technological Innovation, Vol. 1, Issue 1, 2009
Special Issue on Actor-Network Theory. International Journal of Networking and Virtual Organisations 6(1) 2009. Guest Editors: Dr. Arthur Tatnall, Dr. Nilmini Wickramasinghe and Dr. Rajeev K. Bali
Mitev, N (2009). "In and out of actor-network theory: a necessary but insufficient journey." Information Technology & People, 22(1): 9-25.
Ramiller, N. C. and E. L. Wagner (2009). "The element of surprise: appreciating the unexpected in (and through) actor networks." Information Technology & People, 22(1): 36-50.
Navarra, D. D. and T. Cornford "Globalization, Networks, and Governance: Researching Global ICT Programs." Government Information Quarterly In Press, Corrected Proof.
Panourgias, N. S. (2008). Information and Communication Technologies and the Integration of Financial Marketplaces: The Development of the Euroclear Single Platform for Cross-Border Securities Settlement. [PDF] Information Systems and Innovation Group, Department of Management. London, London School of Economics and Political Science. PhD Dissertation.
Darking, M. L. and E. A. Whitley (2007). "Towards an Understanding of Floss: Infrastructures, Materiality and the Digital Business Ecosystem." Science Studies 20(2): 13-33.
Wickramasinghe, N., S. Tumu, et al. (2007). "Using Actor Network Theory (ANT) as an Analytic Tool in Order to Effect Superior PACS Implementation." International Journal of Networking and Virtual Organisations 4(3): 257-279.
Cordella, A. and M. Shaikh (2006). From Epistemology to Ontology: Challenging the Constructed “Truth” of ANT. Working Paper. London, Department of Information Systems, London School of Economics.
Introna, L. D. (2006). Thinking About the Morality of Our Machines (with Heidegger and Latour). The Centre for Science Studies. Lancaster University.
Neyland, D. (2006). "Dismissed Content and Discontent - an Analysis of the Strategic Aspects of Actor-Network Theory." Science Technology & Human Values 31(1): 29-51.
Sarker, S., S. Sarker, et al. (2006). "Understanding Business Process Change Failure: An Actor-Network Perspective." Journal of Management Information Systems 23(1): 51-86.
Tatnall, A. and S. Burgess (2006). "Innovation Translation and E-Commerce in SMEs." Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology. M. Khosrow-Pour. Hershey, PA, Idea Group Reference: 631-35.
Valfells, Á. (2006). "Comparing Two Information Systems Philosophical Methods: Phenomenology and Actor-Network Theory." INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS RESEARCH WORKING PAPER SERIES from http://www.ibr.hi.is/Apps/WebObjects/HI.woa/swdocument/1010513/W0604.pdf.
Whitley, E. A. and M. Darking (2006). "Object Lessons and Invisible Technologies." Journal of Information Technology 21(3): 176-84.
Cornford, T., C. Ciborra, et al. (2005). "Do Penguins Eat Scallops?" European Journal of Information Systems 14(5): 518.
Gao, P. (2005). "Using Actor-Network Theory to Analyse Strategy Formulation." Information Systems Journal(15): 255–75.
Hansen, H. K. and D. Salskov-Iversen (2005). Globalizing Webs: Translation of Public Sector E-Modernization. Global Ideas: How Ideas, Objects and Practices Travel in a Global Economy. Advances in Organization Studies V. 13. B. Czarniawska and G. Sevón. Malmö, Sweden, Liber & Copenhagen Business School Press: 213-232.
Hanseth, O. (2005). "Beyond Metaphysics and Theory Consumerism: A Comment to Rose, Jones, and Truex “Socio-Theoretic Accounts of IS: The Problem of Agency”." Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems 17(1): 159-66.
Hwang, H. and D. Suarez (2005). Lost and Found in the Translation of Strategic Plans and Websites. Global Ideas: How Ideas, Objects and Practices Travel in a Global Economy. Advances in Organization Studies V. 13. B. Czarniawska and G. Sevón. Malmö, Sweden, Liber & Copenhagen Business School Press: 71-93.
Lanzara, G. F. and M. Morner (2005). "Artifacts Rule! How Organizing Happens in Open Source Software Projects." Actor-Network Theory and Organizing. B. Czarniawska-Joerges and T. Hernes. Malmö, Liber; Copenhagen : Copenhagen Business School Press: 67-90.
Levy, M. and P. Powell (2005). Strategies for Growth in SMEs: The Role of Information and Information Systems. Amsterdam; London, Elsevier Butterworth-Heinemann.
Linderoth, H. C. J. and G. Pellegrino (2005). "Frames and Inscriptions: Tracing a Way to Understand IT-Dependent Change Projects." International Journal of Project Management 23(5): 415-20.
Rose, J., M. Jones, et al. (2005). "Socio-Theoretic Accounts of IS: The Problem of Agency." Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems 17(1): 133-52.
Rose, J., M. Jones, et al. (2005). "The Problem of Agency Re-Visited." Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems 17(1): 187-96.
Tatnall, A. (2005). "Actor-Network Theory in Information Systems." Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology. M. Khosrow-Pour. Hershey, PA, Idea Group Reference: 42-46.
Braa J. and E. Monteiro et al. (2004). "Networks of action: Sustainable health information systems across developing countries." MIS Quarterly 28 (3) (2004).
Hanseth, O., M. Aanestad, et al. (2004). "Guest Editors' Introduction: Actor-Network Theory and Information Systems. What's So Special?" Information Technology & People 17(2): 116.
Kaplan, B. M. (2004). Information Systems Research: Relevant Theory and Informed Practice: IFIP TC8. Boston, [Mass.] ; London, Kluwer Academic.
Klaus, H. (2004). Elements of a Hermeneutics of Knowledge in Government: The Coalition of Public Sector Reform and Enterprise Resource Planning. Faculty of Information Technology. Brisbane, Queensland University of Technology. Doctor of Philosophy.
Klecun, E. (2004). Conducting Critical Research in Information Systems: Can Actor-Network Theory Help? Information Systems Research: Relevant Theory and Informed Practice: IFIP TC8. B. M. Kaplan. Boston, [Mass.] ; London, Kluwer Academic: 259-274.
Marres, N (2004). 'Tracing the trajectories of issues and their democratic deficits on the Web: The case of the Development Gateway and its doubles,' in “Actor-network Theory and Information Systems,” edited by M. Berg, O. Hanseth and M. Aanestad, special issue, Information, Technology and People 17 (2): 124-149.
Rhodes, J. (2004). "South African, Rural ICT Implementation: A Critical Retrospective Application of Latour's Due Process Model." Australasian Journal of Information Systems 11(2): 46-56.
Tatnall, A. (2004). Using Actor-Network Theory to Identify Factors Affecting the Adoption of E-Commerce in SMEs. E-Business Innovation and Change Management. M. Singh and D. Waddell. Hershey, PA, Idea Group Inc. I: 152-69.
Bruun, H. and J. Hukkinen (2003). "Crossing Boundaries: An Integrative Framework for Studying Technological Change." Social Studies of Science 33(1): 95-116.
Cordella, A. and M. Shaikh (2003). Actor Network Theory and After: What’s New for IS Research? Working Paper. London, Department of Information Systems, London School of Economics.
Scott, S. V. and E. L. Wagner (2003). "Networks, Negotiations, and New Times: The Implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning into an Academic Administration." Information and Organization 13(4): 285-313.
Tatnall, A. (2003). Actor-Network Theory as a Socio-Technical Approach to Information Systems Research. Chapter Xiii. Socio-Technical and Human Cognition Elements of Information Systems. S. Clarke, E. Coakes, M. G. Hunter and A. Wenn. Hershey, PA, Idea Group Inc: 266-83.
Doolin, B. and A. Lowe (2002). "To Reveal Is to Critique: Actor-Network Theory and Critical Information Systems Research." Journal of Information Technology 17(2): 69.
Mutch, A. (2002). "Actors and Networks or Agents and Structures: Towards a Realist View of Information Systems." Organization 9(3): 477-496.
Underwood, J. (2002). "A Theoretic Basis for IS? The Contribution of ANT." Australasian Journal of Information Systems 10(1): 86-92.
Johnston, R. B. (2001). "Situated Action, Structuration and Actor-Network Theory: An Integrative Theoretical Perspective." Global Co-Operation in the New Millennium: The 9th European Conference on Information Systems. Bled, Slovenia.
Pouloudi, N. and E. A. Whitley (2000). Representating Human and Non–Human Stakeholders: On Speaking with Authority. Draft. IFIP 8.2. Aalborg, Information Systems Group, London School of Economics and Political Science.
Feenberg, A. (1999). Questioning Technology. London, Routledge
McMaster, T., Vidgen, R. T. and Wastell, D. G., (1999), "Networks of association and due process in IS development", in Larsen, T. J., Levine, L. and DeGross, J. I., (Eds.), Information systems: current issues and future changes, IFIP, Laxenburg, pp. 341-357.
Tatnall, A. and A. Gilding (1999). Actor-Network Theory and Information Systems Research. 10th Australasian Conference on Information Systems.
Whitley, E. A. (1999). "Understanding Participation in Entrepreneurial Organizations: Some Hermeneutic Readings." Journal of Information Technology 14: 193-202.
Ciborra, C. U. and O. Hanseth (1998). "From Tool to Gestell: Agendas for Managing the Information Infrastructure " Information Technology & People 11(4): 305-27.
McMaster, T., Vidgen, R. T. and Wastell, D. G., (1997), "Technology transfer — diffusion or translation?", in McMaster, T., Mumford, E., Swanson, E. B., Warboys, B. and Wastell, D., (Eds.), Facilitating technology transfer through partnership: Learning from practice and research, Chapman and Hall, London, pp. 64-75.
Stalder, F. (1997). "Actor-Network-Theory and Communication Networks: Toward Convergence." From http://felix.openflows.com/html/Network_Theory.html
Walsham, G., (1997), "Actor-Network Theory and IS research: Current status and future prospects", in Lee, A. S., Liebenau, J. and DeGross, J. I., (Eds.), Information systems and qualitative research, Chapman and Hall, London, pp. 466-480
Latour, B., (1996). "Social theory and the study of computerized work sites", in Orlikowski, W. J., Walsham, G., Jones, M. R. and DeGross, J. I., (Eds.), Information technology and changes in organizational work, Chapman & Hall, London, pp. 295-307.
Vidgen, R. and McMaster, T., (1996), "Black boxes, non-human stakeholders and the translation of IT through mediation", in Orlikowski, W. J., Walsham, G., Jones, M. and DeGross, J. I., (Eds.), Information technology and changes in organizational work, Chapman and Hall, London, pp. 250-271.
Bijker, W. and Law, J., (Eds.). (1994), Shaping technology / building society: studies in sociotechnical change, The MIT Press, Cambridge Ma.
Callon, M., (1991). "Techno-economic networks and irreversibility", in Law, J., (Eds.), A sociology of monsters: essays on power, technology and domination, Routledge, London, pp. 132-161.
For a selected bibliography of works dealing with both actor-network theory and Heidegger (or phenomenology) please visit the ANTHEM blog.