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Green information systems & technologies – this generation and beyond: Introduction to the special issue

Joseph Sarkis, Chulmo Koo, Richard T. Watson
2013 Information Systems Frontiers  
To help further the research agenda on greening IS and IT we offer this special issue for focused research.  ...  Summary of the special issue We now review and provide an outline of this special issue, which we saw as a way to incorporate global issues into the debate and research.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10796-013-9454-5 fatcat:ziivhl5dxjdknbbjhsofyhxa3u

Introduction to the special issue

1978 Regional Science and Urban Economics  
It takes courage on the part of the student, the teacher, and the principal to risk this type of experience.  ...  And, we aggressively engage in research that informs the body of knowledge as well as the practice of art production and meaning-making. Sincerely,  ...  This article is part of this larger study, and it brings forward another dimension related to work already in print.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0166-0462(78)90008-x fatcat:jbi6el5kmjatnaqccj7zo2xbbq

Introduction to the special issue

John L. Plews, Jane Jackson
2017 Study Abroad Research in Second Language Acquisition and International Education  
Results of this survey can help to inform federal and provincial governments' policies and actions in the years ahead.  ...  of section 3.3 is adapted from Statistics Canada, Postsecondary Student Information System.  ... 
doi:10.1075/sar.17010.ple fatcat:lfbabcefpvaxdoyro4hz6siwxi

Democracy without Shortcuts: Introduction to the Special Issue

Nicole Curato, Julien Vrydagh, André Bächtiger
2020 Journal of Deliberative Democracy  
This special issue uses Cristina Lafont's latest book Democracy without Shortcuts to stimulate a focused debate about the role of minipublics in democratic systems and the normative and practical prospects  ...  This Editorial Introduction provides an overview of current and emerging debates on minipublics research, locates Lafont's work in these debates, and presents a summary of contributions in the issue.  ...  INTRODUCTION Democracy without Shortcuts: Introduction to the Special Issue Introduction The growing enthusiasm for deliberative minipublics is one of the most important developments in democratic  ... 
doi:10.16997/jdd.413 fatcat:bkph5pkvifbalbtyuqw72sfalm

A Bibliometric Network Analysis of Green Information Technology and Green Information Systems Research

Anja Žnidaršič, Daria Maltseva, Alenka Brezavšček, Matjaž Maletič, Alenka Baggia
2021 Business Systems Research  
Background: In recent years, the concepts of Green Information Technology and Green Information Systems (Green IT/IS) have attracted the attention of many researchers.  ...  Objectives: This paper aims to examine the development of the Green IT/IS field based on the published works.  ...  In addition, this journal has several special issues devoted to green computing.  ... 
doi:10.2478/bsrj-2021-0017 fatcat:chwytkjy6ra3vk43daw4jshdbu

Imagination and literacy: Introduction to the special issue

Karin S. Murris, Catherine Kell
2016 Reading & Writing  
up not only has Imagination and literacy: Introduction to the special issue Read online: Scan this QR code with your smart phone or mobile device to read online. its gains but also its losses.  ...  The articles in the special issue The theme of this special edition invited contributors to interpret, interrogate or deconstruct what imagination means in relation to literacy in the context of literacy  ... 
doi:10.4102/rw.v7i2.136 fatcat:6efijzzquneihknoqtwhhhb54y

Introduction to the Special Issue on CAP Reform

Fernando GUIRAO (co-editor)
2010 Journal of European Integration History. Revie d?Histoirce de l?Intégration Européenne. Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Europäischen Integration  
Introduction to the Special Issue on CAP Reform of the Western European industrial societies, the increasing romanticising of life in the countryside by populations heavily hit by urbanisation, environmental  ...  The various attempts at reform tried to reduce supply without lowering the farming income but they generally failed because of the continuous combined effect of technological progress and high guaranteed  ...  France's industrial and agricultural sectors to the new conditions of trade and competition in the Common Market, 2 to solve overproduction and social problems in agriculture, 3 and finally to maintain  ... 
doi:10.5771/0947-9511-2010-2-13 fatcat:34tmua4ejbaonmhslgam2ndsvm

Introduction to the Special Issue on AI Fairness, Trust, and Ethics

Lionel P. Jr. Robert, University of Michigan, Gaurav Bansal, Nigel Melville, Thomas Stafford, University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, University of Michigan, Louisiana Tech University
2020 AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction  
Acknowledgments We acknowledge and thank the special issue board members along with the anonymous reviewers.  ...  Research on AI in the information systems (IS) field remains scarce.  ...  Volume 12 Issue 4 Introduction It is our pleasure to welcome you to this AIS Transactions on Human Computer Interaction special issue on artificial intelligence (AI) fairness, trust, and ethics.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1thci.00134 fatcat:wgitqu4nxrdujcemzv6notpjte

Introduction to the special issue on practice-oriented approaches to sustainable HCI

James Pierce, Yolande Strengers, Phoebe Sengers, Susanne Bødker
2013 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The special issue editors would like to acknowledge and thank their many colleagues who contributed to this project by submitting an abstract, article, and/or by undertaking extensive reviews  ...  The editors acknowledge their co-convener, Hrönn Brynjarsdóttir Holmer, Eric Baumer, and the participants of this workshop for their assistance with and enthusiasm for this special issue.  ...  These works contribute to a key theme of this special issue: If we intend to introduce, develop, and maintain sustainable practices and eliminate or change unsustainable ones, we have to think beyond isolated  ... 
doi:10.1145/2509404.2494260 fatcat:chywdvbjcnb6he2k6s77der6qu

Introduction to the special issue on practice-oriented approaches to sustainable HCI

James Pierce, Yolande Strengers, Phoebe Sengers, Susanne Bødker
2008 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The special issue editors would like to acknowledge and thank their many colleagues who contributed to this project by submitting an abstract, article, and/or by undertaking extensive reviews  ...  The editors acknowledge their co-convener, Hrönn Brynjarsdóttir Holmer, Eric Baumer, and the participants of this workshop for their assistance with and enthusiasm for this special issue.  ...  These works contribute to a key theme of this special issue: If we intend to introduce, develop, and maintain sustainable practices and eliminate or change unsustainable ones, we have to think beyond isolated  ... 
doi:10.1145/2494260 fatcat:vpfegdwkpvbk7plgxj3yrwavtq

Introduction to the special issue 'Integrated scenario building in energy transition research'

Witold-Roger Poganietz, Wolfgang Weimer-Jehle
2020 Climatic Change  
Outline This special issue did not begin on a green field.  ...  between civil society, politics, economy, and technology in a systematic and comprehensive way, is the overarching aim of this special issue.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10584-020-02871-7 fatcat:fkpqse4zn5gtffim3srwi25ydy

Sustainable consumption in national context: an introduction to the special issue

Maurie J. Cohen
2005 Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy  
Indeed, in many instances, governments have learned how to turn the oversight of these goods into important revenue sources, a dynamic that creates a whole set of issues beyond the scope of this discussion  ...  This initiative is attempting to draw marketing professionals into a dialogue and to highlight green consumerism for future expansion.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15487733.2005.11907962 fatcat:w6ldb4puorekrf5kbc5btlsiny

Introduction to the Special Issue on Sounding Rockets and Instrumentation [article]

Steven Christe, Ben Zeiger, Rob Pfaff, Michael Garcia
2016 arXiv   pre-print
Though a number of sounding rocket research programs exist around the world, this article focuses on the NASA Sounding Rocket Program, and particularly on the astrophysical and solar sounding rocket payloads  ...  In addition to science observations, sounding rockets provide a unique technology test platform and a valuable training ground for scientists and engineers.  ...  Additionally, this research made use of NASA's Astrophysics Data System. Finally, we'd like to thank all of the scientists and engineers who use this platform and have made it a success.  ... 
arXiv:1602.02333v1 fatcat:nw6lhow2tbauniel3lgjjraosq

Right‐wing populism in rural Europe. Introduction to the special issue

Natalia Mamonova, Jaume Franquesa
2020 Sociologia Ruralis  
In this short introduction, we briefly present the main objectives and conceptual position of the special issue and introduce its articles.  ...  This special issue aims to understand the rise of right-wing populism in the European countryside, as well as the forms of resistance and the alternatives being built against it.  ...  This special issue examines this argument, addressing the obstacles and exploring the possibilities for the European food sovereignty movement to generate progressive alternatives to right-wing populism  ... 
doi:10.1111/soru.12306 fatcat:cqdo7t4f7jculgh3jgvca76qra

Putting climate services in contexts: advancing multi-disciplinary understandings: introduction to the special issue

Sophie Webber
2019 Climatic Change  
This special issue broadens the climate service conversation to include interdisciplinary scholarship.  ...  But, as part of a social learning system, CLIMAS extends its responsibility beyond generating science to include communicating, convening and connecting, consulting, collaborating, and training.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10584-019-02600-9 fatcat:ppwncvji2zda5n25e5p2pzmc2u
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