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Information Systems as Representations: A Review of the Theory and Evidence

Jan Recker, University of Cologne, Marta Indulska, Peter Green, Andrew Burton-Jones, Ron Weber, University of Queensland, Queensland University of Technology, University of Queensland, Monash University/University of Queensland
2019 Journal of the AIS  
, IS security, and system use.  ...  The original theory has also inspired further development of its core premises and advances in methodological guidelines to improve its use and evaluation.  ...  Acknowledgments The preparation of this paper was supported in part by three Australian Research Council Discovery Grants (DP110104386 to Andrew Burton-Jones and Ron Weber, DP130102454 to Marta Indulska  ... 
doi:10.17705/1jais.00550 fatcat:d3t6lnlz4fgere2lx5ce5esxpy

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2020 Chemistry International  
Acknowledgements We thank Eduardo Gallo-Cajiao (The University of Queensland) for his assistance with registration and the website, and Lynn Soby (Executive Director, IUPAC) for her inputs in facilitating  ...  the event and on February 12 with converting placeholders to red hearts.  ...  Dunedin, New Zealand, and Gothenburg, Sweden, hosted the most southerly and northerly breakfasts, respectively.  ... 
doi:10.1515/ci-2020-0100 fatcat:duxtn2zv4vff3fte2thqm2lxlu

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Christopher Balme, Nic Leonhardt, Marlis Schweitzer, Roland Wenzlhuemer, Christopher Balme, Nic Leonhardt, Shannon Steen, Derek Miller, Christopher Balme, Maurice Bandmann, Veronica Kelly, Maria Werneck (+1 others)
2016 Journal of Global Theatre History   unpublished
In the field of opera, Simon Phillips' production of Verdi's Otello with a multi-national cast toured Australia for the Verdi Bicentenary Year of 2013 after premiering in Cape Town (6 April 2013).  ...  Consolidating a theatrical region For Australia and New Zealand, the early 1850s mark a new dynamic phase of international modernity.  ... 

A history of TAMAR (1996-2008) in relation to the Anglican Church of Australia in general and the Diocese of Sydney in particular. TAMAR (Towards A More Appropriate Response) was formed by a group of Sydney Anglican women to address the issue of sexual abuse in the Australian Anglican Church

Patricia Mayne
These women through their experiences and led by their Christian spirituality, integrated with justice and mercy were compelled to address the issue of sexual abuse in the Anglican Church of Australia  ...  Without power, authority and history these women were at the other end of the spectrum when compared with the Anglican Church of Australia... "  ...  This conference originated from a meeting of a group of Australians and New Zealanders at the International Conference on Sexual Exploitation by Health Professionals, Psychotherapists & Clergy in Toronto  ... 
doi:10.4226/66/5a9cc8a9b0bd0 fatcat:2234xzdp4rgrrcte7onmrx2fdi