- case-insensitive prefix search: default
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- exact word search: append dollar sign ($) to word
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- boolean and: separate words by space
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- boolean or: connect words by pipe symbol (|)
Update May 7, 2017: Please note that we had to disable the phrase search operator (.) and the boolean not operator (-) due to technical problems. For the time being, phrase search queries will yield regular prefix search result, and search terms preceded by a minus will be interpreted as regular (positive) search terms.
found 9 matches
- Mark Howard:
Social movement theory and the Italian radical community archives: A question of valence? J. Community Informatics 15 (2019)
- Ruth Kermish-Allen, Kate Kastelein:
Toward a Sociocultural Learning Theory Framework to Designing Online learning Communities in Citizen Science. J. Community Informatics 13(3) (2017)
- Patricia Margaret Alexander, Helene Gelderblom, Estelle de Kock:
Contributions from Visitor Research to CI and ICT4D Theory and Research Methodology. J. Community Informatics 11(3) (2015)
- Shahla Ghobadi:
Application of Activity Theory in Understanding Online Communities of Practice: A Case of Feminism. J. Community Informatics 9(1) (2013)
- Nhlanhla Wilton Mlitwa, Kesewaa Koranteng:
Integration of ICT onto Curricula in the Western Cape Schools: The Activity Theory Perspective. J. Community Informatics 9(4) (2013)
- Kate Williams, Joan C. Durrance:
Social Networks and Social Capital: Rethinking Theory in Community Informatics. J. Community Informatics 4(3) (2008)
- David T. Bourgeois, Thomas A. Horan:
A Design Theory Approach to Community Informatics: Community-Centered Development and Action Research Testing of Online Social Networking Prototype. J. Community Informatics 3(1) (2007)
- Aldo de Moor:
Using System Dynamics to Construct Design Theory for Community Information Systems. J. Community Informatics 3(1) (2007)
- Melih Kirlidog:
Requirements Determination in a Community Informatics Project: An Activity Theory Approach. OTM Workshops (1) 2006: 257-268
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