Hello, I am a Ph.D. candidate (4th year) in the MIS department at the Fox School of Business, Temple University.
My research interest is how information on social media affects decision-making and judgment. […]
Information value chain
knowledge derivation (e.g., knowledge management)
decision making (e.g., decision support system)
The four Vs of big data include volume, variety, […]
The fundamental shift of IT’s role from functional support to driver of business value creates the cross-level nonlinear causality between firms and IT-induced hyperturbulence at the collective […]
Youngjin Kwon wrote a new post, week10 – Balance between IT artifact and theory in design science, on the site MIS Doctoral Seminar 2 years, 6 months ago
The objective of this paper
To articulate the possible contributions of design science paper and help design science researchers publish in leading journals
Specifically, to explain the appropriate balance […]
The authors use the term, Universal Use (UU), to capture what diverse factors contribute to “continued use” of the Internet on top of mere access, which was of primary interest to […]
Youngjin Kwon wrote a new post, week7 – Historical and evolutionary perspective on information systems, on the site MIS Doctoral Seminar 2 years, 7 months ago
Motivation for this research
We have not sufficiently attempted to examine information and IS prior to the development of a computer.
This paper argues that looking at historical emergence of information […]
Youngjin Kwon wrote a new post, week5 Guidelines for multilevel research on system usage, on the site MIS Doctoral Seminar 2 years, 7 months ago
Multilevel Research on System Usage
A summation of individual usage is not necessarily same with that of usage in a collective.
System usage is defined as a user’s employment of a system to perform a […]
The author discusses theory in terms of the nature of theory in general, generalization, causality, and goals (explanation and prediction).
Theory, in this study, is “abstract entities that aim […]
Call for papers written by Burton-Jones et al. (2018) in MIS Quarterly
An opportune time to develop next-generation IS theories
Fundamental changes in the field’s core phenomena are happening. Much of […]