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An Exploratory Study of Ideology and Trust in Open Source Development Groups

Katherine J. Stewart, Sanjay Gosain
2001 International Conference on Information Systems  
In this study, we primarily examine the role of the shared ideology in enabling the development of affective and cognitive trust in OSDGs.  ...  This study would contribute to a clarification of the role of trust in enabling software groups to work effectively and help to understand the bases of trust in ideology-permeated groups.  ...  We offer the following preliminary definition of an open source development group (OSDG) .  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/StewartG01 fatcat:nha6zqy4c5bzhjrq243jpce6ri

A Study on the Impact of Values on the Open Source Design Decision-making Process

Bryan Hosack, Glen W. Sagers
2007 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
The effect of the personal values -such as trust or a desire for privacy -of users and developers of open source software (OSS) on the development and use of the software developed by OSS projects is a  ...  Propositions for the first part of a two-staged exploratory study are proposed to test whether the TUV better defines the values, beliefs and norms found in the OSS community and provides a richer picture  ...  Particularly in the Open Source Software (OSS) literature the definitions of values varies among authors and is mainly based on colloquial descriptions of the ideologies said to drive OSS development,  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/HosackS07 fatcat:uq7eehvq45ftzntdi6ha7whq7y

So Many Developers, So Many Projects: Toward a Motivation-Based Theory of Project Selection

Wietske van Osch, Thomas Adelaar, Mark Pith
2011 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
In this study we challenge this assumption by investigating the question what motivates developers' selection of an OSS project depending on the level of license restrictiveness.  ...  Studies into open source software (OSS) development projects have hitherto focused on the question of why people are motivated to contribute to these projects, thereby assuming that motivational factors  ...  In the beginning of (Open Source) software projects, the sharing of source code was highly open and informal. Yet, in the 1980s, more restrictive licenses for code sharing became popular.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/OschAP11 fatcat:ie2wptp5tjefrc5z6f22lrch3u

Sharing Economy and Lifestyle Changes, as Exemplified by the Tourism Market

Agnieszka Niezgoda, Klaudyna Kowalska
2020 Sustainability  
(conformist) motivations—resulting from the need to fit in with others; and ideological motivation—resulting from the understanding of the processes of natural environment degradation and excessive consumption  ...  YT actions are the consequence of personal and ideological motivations. OR have lifestyles that result from personal and conformist motivations.  ...  This method is particularly helpful for an exploratory investigation of new phenomena [57] . The study was carried out in 6 groups, with 5-8 participants each.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12135351 fatcat:4wpv7c7v3vb5thdyg6qpzwr3eu

Open Source and New Media Artists

Katri Halonen
2007 Human Technology: An Interdisciplinary Journal on Humans in ICT Environments  
In this article I discuss how new media artists adapted the open source ideology. Open source is seen both as a more liberal method of distribution and as an open joint creative process.  ...  One group contains the key persons who use the open source network as an important reference in their professional image.  ...  The Open Source Ideology The open source ideology has emerged within the software development arena.  ... 
doi:10.17011/ht/urn.200772 fatcat:2logtkey4ndfzoxth4fow526em

Diversity in Distributed Decision Making: An Exploratory Study

Anil K. Aggarwal
2010 2010 43rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
This paper studies diversity in the context of virtual groups that work together in an online environment and its effect on group performance.  ...  Diversity creates a heterogeneous environment and is becoming an inherent part of all groups, especially virtual groups that consist of geographically distributed members.  ...  It is necessary to study the interaction of a diverse distributed group and its impact on problem solving. This exploratory paper is an attempt in that direction.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2010.153 dblp:conf/hicss/Aggarwal10 fatcat:cvw6jsjxnvdybauw66jnm5aieu

Critical topics and good practices for trust in science communication before and during the COVID-19 pandemic

Carlo Gubitosa, David Domingo
2022 Research for All  
For a qualitative analysis of factors affecting trust in science communication (scicomm) we used the Delphi method to reach a pool of experts based in Italy and Belgium (researchers/academics, journalists  ...  The same pool of experts also expressed very diverse views regarding risks and threats to trust in scicomm, and the social, cultural, political and environmental factors that can increase and promote trust  ...  in an open and transparent way Anti-scientific beliefs coming from culture, education or relationships Cultural and social development Bad perception of pharma companies Develop skills to deal with pseudoscience  ... 
doi:10.14324/rfa.06.1.09 fatcat:srlvunvipzazffonaxqma2st7i

Determinant factors of partisans' confirmation bias in social media

Rahkman Ardi, Adismara Putri Pradiri
2021 HUMANITAS  
It can be explained by a study by Brandt, et al. (2014) , which reported that liberals and conservatives tend to express the same level of intolerance against different ideologies and threatening groups  ...  First critical openness with reliability α=.671; and consists of four items; e.g., "I use more than one source to find out information for myself."  ...  The findings could be the building blocks for developing an intervention to increase digital citizenship awareness by open-mindedness to reduce confirmation bias among social media users.  ... 
doi:10.26555/humanitas.v18i1.19664 fatcat:wtjw2flxp5fwbhpbguj5rvegmu

Local Climate Experts: The Influence of Local TV Weather Information on Climate Change Perceptions

Brittany Bloodhart, Edward Maibach, Teresa Myers, Xiaoquan Zhao, Kristie L Ebi
2015 PLoS ONE  
These associations were strongest for individuals who trust their local TV weathercaster as a source of information about climate change, and for those who identify as politically conservative or moderate  ...  in Virginia, and their perceptions about climate change more generally.  ...  impacts on groups they care about (such as individuals in developing countries, or animals).  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0141526 pmid:26551357 pmcid:PMC4638344 fatcat:jnywtkolezffni4twem6peyhwy

Family Contribution in Countering Radicalism through Actualizing Religious-Based Social Capital in Parepare

Anwar Anwar, Tarbiyah Faculty, Parepare State Islamic Institute
2021 International journal of social science and human research  
Religion is used as an instrument that facilitates the internalization of social capital values in children and shapes their personality with a humanist character.  ...  This helps develop a religious climate and form a pattern of behavior for each family member.  ...  RESEARCH METHODS This study uses an exploratory model with descriptive-interpretative characteristics.  ... 
doi:10.47191/ijsshr/v4-i9-31 fatcat:cxksk5aidzhkznp7ds3brrwj2i

The Framework for Judicial Cooperation in the European Union: Unpacking the Ethical, Legal and Institutional Dimensions of 'Judicial Culture'

Elaine Mak, Niels Graaf, Erin Jackson
2018 Utrecht Journal of International and European Law  
Possibilities and constraints for achieving legal unity in the context of the European Union (EU) manifest themselves in multiple and illustrative ways in the development of cooperation between judges  ...  Our analysis demonstrates that by carefully establishing in which types of sources we can locate the respective dimensions, and by designing a methodology for analysing these sources, scholars can analyse  ...  judicial ideologies from formal judicial sources, opening the way to approaches and methods that were inspired by different disciplines and separate fields.  ... 
doi:10.5334/ujiel.452 fatcat:6gfdpwq2nrdjzbu6rxo3vpig2e

Folding and Unfolding: Balancing Openness and Transparency in Open Source Communities

Maha Shaikh, Emmanuelle Vaast
2016 Information systems research  
Open source communities rely on the espoused premise of complete openness and transparency of source code and development process.  ...  Through our detailed study of Linux Kernel development we build a theory that explains that transparency and openness are nuanced and changing qualities that certain developers manage as they use multiple  ...  open and transparent to all (ideology of open source development).  ... 
doi:10.1287/isre.2016.0646 fatcat:oz7sjsarf5blljqbuznagawxh4

Confianza en la comunicación de la pandemia. Percepciones de los ciudadanos españoles de la gestión gubernamental de la información sobre la Covid-19

Carlos Arcila-Calderón, David Blanco-Herrero, Martín Oller-Alonso
2021 El Profesional de la Informacion  
This study, besides broadening knowledge about government communication during the pandemic in Spain, opens new questions such as the effect of trust in government communication on the level of compliance  ...  In this scenario, the level of trust in the government and political polarization have become crucial variables to understand how citizens perceive and receive communicate about the effects of the pandemic  ...  Acknowledgments The authors are grateful to the students of the master's degree in Communication Research (2020-2021) of the University of Salamanca who actively participated in the survey design and empirical  ... 
doi:10.3145/epi.2021.nov.06 fatcat:754qrnr255aond5eucowiov66u

Organizational Factors for Exploration and Exploitation

Sharadindu Pandey, RRK Sharma
2009 Journal of Technology Management & Innovation  
The Purpose of the paper is to develop a conceptual framework which suggests a relationship between organisational factors and exploratory and exploitative innovation types.  ...  The paper discusses the role of culture, system and styles in the initiation and implementation phases of the innovation called herein exploitative and exploratory innovation.  ...  Rational goal model vs Open systems model Rational goal model is based on Barley and Kunda's (1992) system rationalism ideology.  ... 
doi:10.4067/s0718-27242009000100005 fatcat:mmlpjfz5sbbczkcyxqdvidsvrq

Exploring the Factors Affecting Organic Food Purchase as Immunity Booster during the Pandemic

Vajreshwari Domle, Shiney Chib, Ranjit Ambad, Roshan Kumar Jha
2021 Journal of Pharmaceutical Research International  
This study was an effort to identify and validate the dimensions influencing organic food purchase by the consumers.  ...  Questionnaire having 45 questions was developed and administered to 750 respondents. Exploratory factor analysis was applied to explore the factors determining organic food purchase.  ...  Jamovi is an open source "3rd generation" statistical spreadsheet designed from the ground up to be easy to use.  ... 
doi:10.9734/jpri/2021/v33i58b34185 fatcat:4htmuozzbfbvbjddl3vgyrmwqm
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