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Pragmatic possibilities of interrogative sentences in a stable form

A Shamaxmudova
2022 Zamonaviy lingvistik tadqiqotlar: xorijiy tajribalar, istiqbolli izlanishlar va tillarni o'qitishning innovatsion usullari  
syntax include the study of the Active features of the speech act of subordinate clauses in its focus, as well as the interaction of the pragmatic and structural-semantic properties of the sentence  ...  And with the study of the pragmatic nature of the sentence, pragmatic syntax, which carries out a functional approach to the analysis of syntactic phenomena, is involved.In other words, the tasks of pragmatic  ...  It is proved that the conjectural basis of linguistic pragmatics is in many respects the theory of speech acts. The emergence and development of this theory J. Austin and C.  ... 
doi:10.47689/linguistic-research-vol-iss1-pp17-19 fatcat:nqlzvb54rjfd5k56un2w7qlcly

Reflecting on action in language, organisations and information systems

Pär J Ågerfalk, Göran Goldkuhl, Brian Fitzgerald, Liam Bannon
2006 European Journal of Information Systems  
We would specifically like to thank the ALOIS 2005 programme committee members and all additional referees who worked on this special issue: Aldo de Moor, Andrea Tapia  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to extend our appreciation to all the participants at ALOIS 2005 held on March 15-16 at the University of Limerick, Ireland, and to all authors who submitted their work to  ...  He is currently developing a family of theories, which all are founded on socio-instrumental pragmatism: Workpractice Theory, Business Action Theory and Information Systems Actability Theory.  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.ejis.3000607 fatcat:iibcxtdbejb7tirni4o4ur2bea

Symbolic Action Research in Information Systems: Introduction to the Special Issue

Mark Aakhus, Pär J. Ågerfalk, Kalle Lyytinen, Dov Te'eni
2014 MIS Quarterly  
This special issue introduction explores the need to study information systems as symbolic action systems, defines broadly the research domain and related assumptions, notes the origins of this perspective  ...  In closing we note several lines of inquiry that can strengthen future studies of symbolic action including better design theories, more flexible and open use of methods, and attentive use of rich traditions  ...  In closing, we wish to thank the support and hard work of an excellent team of associate editors and reviewers who helped to put this special issue together.  ... 
doi:10.25300/misq/2014/38:4.3 fatcat:2u3v2t3dn5gvvbm63tkujurnxe

Towards an integral understanding of organizations and information systems: Convergence of three theories [chapter]

Göran Goldkuhl, Annie Röstlinger
2003 Dynamics and Change in Organizations  
These different theories give substance and basis for steps towards development of an integral understanding of organisations and information systems.  ...  These three theories (Theory of Practice, Business Action Theory, Information Systems Actability Theory) are dealing with different but related subject matters.  ...  Relations between BAT and ISAT We will here focus on some relations between Business Action Theory and Information Systems Actability Theory.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-010-0161-8_8 fatcat:dfi63albgrgmpfim53ahrxrso4

Systems Theory as an Alternative to Action Theory? The Rise of 'Communication' as a Theoretical Option

Rudolf Stichweh
2000 Acta Sociologica  
Since the information theories of the late 1940s, 'communication theory' has become a viable and universalistic option in social theory, one that indeed con icts with action theory.  ...  First, it re ects on the presumed con ict between action theories and systems theories in sociology.  ...  First, I discuss tensions inherent to Luhmann's theory and its conceptual developments, which in the long run favoured the switch to communication theory.  ... 
doi:10.1177/000169930004300102 fatcat:iqtwymswyraszmlyappa3dli2q

Enterprise resource planning systems and communicative action

Jesse F. Dillard, Kristi Yuthas
2006 Critical Perspectives on Accounting  
We develop a framework grounded in Habermas' theory of communicative action that provides a description of the context within which ERP systems are developed and implemented.  ...  the enterprise's management information system and ultimately their actions.  ...  Employing the theory of communicative action facilitates the formulation of a more complete and balanced understanding of these  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cpa.2005.08.003 fatcat:iawpelu3nfcnpjrhubeb5o3wka

There is no longer one truth!: corporate communications and social media management through deferred systems

Nandish V. Patel
2011 European Conference on Information Systems  
The deferred systems concept in particular is proposed for conceptualising and developing social media uses for corporate communications whilst managing emergence.  ...  In this paper, the theory of deferred action is proposed to promote the positive use of social media whilst managing its adverse effects, or more generally emergence.  ...  The aim is to observe the three dimensionsplanned action, emergence, and deferred action, in the case study.  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/Patel11 fatcat:gj65v2lubjd4fjwg27n7xct73m

Systems Theory as an Alternative to Action Theory? The Rise of 'Communication' as a Theoretical Option

Rudolf Stichweh
2000 Acta Sociologica  
Since the information theories of the late 1940s, 'communication theory' has become a viable and universalistic option in social theory, one that indeed con icts with action theory.  ...  First, it re ects on the presumed con ict between action theories and systems theories in sociology.  ...  First, I discuss tensions inherent to Luhmann's theory and its conceptual developments, which in the long run favoured the switch to communication theory.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00016990050079644 fatcat:hhx4vp4hovejvmvkbptwcjfu2u

Page 737 of Communication Abstracts Vol. 14, Issue 6 [page]

1991 Communication Abstracts  
Communication action and decision support system development: an integrative approach. Behavior and Information Technology 9(6):503-516, Nov./Dec. 1990. COMMUNICATION THEORY. DECISION MAKING.  ...  The second section of the article surveys theories on the influence of mass communications viewed from Japanese experiences, and theories on the international flow of information, also viewed from Japanese  ... 

Toward a Theory of Emergent Leadership for Collaborative Information Systems Development among Social Enterprises

Sandra M. Richardson, James L. Parrish Jr., David A. Rosenthal
2011 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
We apply the neohumanist philosophy, and incorporate Habermas' Theory of Communicative Action, to develop a theory of leadership in collaborative SE ISD, in which leadership emerges from communicative  ...  However, historically SEs have been slow to integrate IT into their organizations so little is known about information systems design (ISD) in SEs; even less at the collaborative level.  ...  We seek to address the following question: How can communicative actions in a neohumanist approach lead to effective emergent leadership for information systems development in SE collaborations?  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/RichardsonPR11 fatcat:knlovf7yzbcfrkejam7tv6hvri

Application of Interdisciplinary Theory of Genres in LIS

Marek Nahotko
2020 Zagadnienia informacji naukowej  
The library and other information systems should be treated as a social communication activity in the recurrent situation of organizing and retrieving information.  ...  basic premises of the interdisciplinary theory of text/information genres in its historical development in the world and in Poland.  ...  The application of genre theory in LIS frames users, information objects and systems as elements of social and cultural activities related to communication behaviors.  ... 
doi:10.36702/zin.723 fatcat:vbfjefkek5gxnnumhyuij76rdi

From Communicative Action Theory to Socio-Technical Artifacts: Presentation of Three System Prototypes [chapter]

Fahri Yetim
2009 Wissenschaftstheorie und gestaltungsorientierte Wirtschaftsinformatik  
An exception is the work of Heng and de Moor (2003) , which applies Habermas' theory of communicative action as the guiding principles for developing an internet-based tool for collaborative authoring.  ...  Habermas' theory of communicative action (i.e., an action which is striving to achieve mutual understanding) is one of the theoretical foundations of the language-action perspective on system design (Goldkuhl  ...  , especially for the implementation of some components of the GuideMan and JustPro.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-7908-2336-3_2 fatcat:avh5zkxyabdzhguc3bqzeuzeaq

HEALTH INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY MODELS FOR CHANGING CONSUMER BEHAVIOR

Anwar Khan
2017 Figshare  
Health, communicationHealth; communication; technology; consumer behavior; Consumer Behavior, Health Care, Health Information Technology  ...  Both theories explain the connection between beliefs, attitudes, norms, intentions and behaviors. The theory of Reasoned Action is used in communication discourse as theory of understanding.  ...  (Rogers, 2003) Other similar models include Ajzen&Fishbein"s(1980) theory of Reasoned Action and Ajzen"s(1985) theory of Planned Behavior.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5716183.v2 fatcat:mrgkm647hbcx7fdfnva2236yuu

A Design Theory for Cognitive Workflow Systems

Jarkko Hyysalo, Markku Oivo, Pasi Kuvaja
2017 International journal of software engineering and knowledge engineering  
This type of work involves cognitive actions that require substantial support in several forms in order to address needs such as collaboration, communication, knowledge management, awareness and transparency  ...  In this paper, such a theory is presented. The proposed design theory for CWS is validated through an action research intervention.  ...  The authors would like to thank AMALTHEA, ONION, and DHR project partners for their assistance and cooperation.  ... 
doi:10.1142/s0218194017500061 fatcat:ktcoccfs2na5pnlgtfkhnpjtxy

Toward a Design Theory for Green Information Systems

Jan Recker
2016 2016 49th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)  
In this paper we describe the building blocks of our Green IS design theory, which develops prescriptions for information systems that allow for (1) belief formation, action formation and outcome measurement  ...  We report on ongoing research to develop a design theory for classes of information systems that allow for work practices that exhibit a minimal harmful impact on the natural environment.  ...  In particular our objective is to develop a new design theory that informs designs principles for the development of a class of information systems, which we call Green IS, as the set of information systems  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2016.556 dblp:conf/hicss/Recker16 fatcat:bpvyvsm75ndjbp3nrn7sm7ir2a
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