[Air-l] Request for References to Lit on Virtual Workplaces

Denise N. Rall denrall at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 15 15:32:22 PDT 2006

Dear Pam -

As I recall, some of the earliest work on CSCW was
undertaken at the University of Arizona, Tempe.

These titles came up in my database:

Luff, P., J. Hindmarsh, et al., Eds. (2000). Workplace
Studies: Recovering Work Practice and Informing System
Design. Cambridge, Cambridge Univ Press.

For activity theory and workplaces, and I'm sure she's
written more on this recently:

Nardi, B., Ed. (1996). Context and consciousness:
Activity theory and human-computer interaction.
Cambridge, MA, MIT Press.
Also Paul Dourish, not sure if you are working on that
level. It's pretty much in the vein of CSCW - I
couldn't tell if that's your take on workplaces or
not. Anyway, might be something in it for you:

Dourish, P. (2001). Where the Action Is: The
Foundations of Embodied Interaction. Cambridge, MA,
MIT Press.

Here's an incomplete bibliography that cites his work:
Dourish, P. (2001). Where the Action Is: The
Foundations of Embodied Interaction. Cambridge: MIT
Kutti, K., Harsten, E., Fitzpatrick, G., Dourish, P.,
and Schmidt, K. (2003). Proceedings of the Eighth
European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative
Work ECSCW 2003 (Helsinki, Finland). Dordrecht:
Kluwer. ECSCW. 
journal papers
Dourish, P. (1995). Developing a Reflective Model of
Collaborative Systems. ACM Transactions on
Computer-Human Interaction. 2(1), 40-63. 
Dourish, P., Adler, A., Bellotti, V. and Henderson, A.
(1996). Your Place or Mine? Learning from Long-Term
Use of Audio-Video Communication. Computer-Supported
Cooperative Work, 5(1), 33-62. 
Dourish, P. (1998). Using Metalevel Techniques in a
Flexible Toolkit for CSCW Applications. ACM
Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, 5(2),
Dourish, P. and Button, G. (1998). On
"Technomethodology": Foundational Relationships
between Ethnomethodology and System Design.
Human-Computer Interaction, 13(4), 395-432. 
Dourish, P., Edwards, W.K., LaMarca, A. and Salisbury,
M. (1999). Presto: An Experimental Architecture for
Fluid Interactive Document Spaces. ACM Transactions on
Computer-Human Interaction, 6(2), 133-161. 
Dourish, P. and Edwards, W.K. (2000). A Tale of Two
Toolkits: Relating Infrastructure and Use in Flexible
CSCW Toolkits. Computer-Supported Cooperative Work,
9(1), 33-51. 
Dourish, P., Edwards, W.K., LaMarca, A., Lamping, J.,
Petersen, K., Salisbury, M., Terry, D. and Thornton,
J. (2000). Extending Document Management Systems with
User-Specific Active Properties. ACM Transactions on
Information Systems, 18(2), 140-170. 
Dourish, P. (2001). Seeking a Foundation for
Context-Aware Computing. Human-Computer Interaction,
Dourish, P. (2003). The Appropriation of Interactive
Technologies: Some Lessons from Placeless Documents.
Computer-Supported Cooperative Work: Special Issue on
Evolving Use of Groupware, 12, 465-490. 
Reddy, M., Pratt, W., Dourish, P., and Shabot, M.
(2003). Sociotechnical Requirements Analysis for
Clinical Systems. Methods of Information in Medicine,
42, 437-444. 
Dourish, P. (2004). What We Talk About When We Talk
About Context. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing,
8(1), 19-30. 
Dourish, P., Grinter, R., Delgado de la Flor, J., and
Joseph, M. (2004). Security in the Wild: User
Strategies for Managing Security as an Everyday,
Practical Problem. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing,
8(6), 391-401. 
DePaula, R., Ding, X., Dourish, P., Nies, K., Pillet,
B., Redmiles, D.F., Ren, J., Rode, J.A., and Silva
Filho, R. (2005). In the Eye of the Beholder: A
Visualization-based Approach to Information System
Security. International Journal of Human-Computer
Studies, 63(1-2), 5-

Cheers, Denise


Denise N. Rall, Ph.D. submitted, School of Environ. Science,
Southern Cross University, Lismore NSW 2480 AUSTRALIA
Tuesdays: Room T2.12, +61 (0)2 6620 3577 or Mobile 0438 233 344
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