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Publishing and getting published in EJIS: marshaling contributions for a diversity of genres

Dov Te'eni, Frantz Rowe, Pär J Ågerfalk, Jong Seok Lee
2015 European Journal of Information Systems  
Acknowledgements We would like to thank Richard Baskervile for his encouragement and thoughtful comments.  ...  Contribution and criteria for acceptance Given the diversity of genres encompassed by EJIS, it is not possible to provide a comprehensive set of criteria for acceptance.  ...  After outlining the diversity of genres, we publish at EJIS, we will briefly explain the types of contribution we expect from each.  ... 
doi:10.1057/ejis.2015.20 fatcat:bygmwrltovdpxk57mvrs4ovloq

Towards a greater diversity in writing styles, argumentative strategies and genre of manuscripts

Frantz Rowe
2011 European Journal of Information Systems  
For reasons due to the efficiency of the review process, to the effectiveness of strategies for getting published, and to the discussion of ideas, it is clear that sticking to the established genre helps  ...  EJIS values diversity in all domains: topics, research methods, philosophy of science, origin of scholars and writing styles.  ... 
doi:10.1057/ejis.2011.29 fatcat:edwf7iv5j5gmhjucuiqsuhou4i

Valuing worldwide diversity in a European spirit: being more critical and open

Frantz Rowe
2010 European Journal of Information Systems  
We do not wish to espouse their editorial policy, but should strive for a more balanced and diverse view of philosophical and paradigmatic approaches in EJIS.  ...  significance of the contribution. My view is that we do not need to have a standardized genre of papers to pass these criteria.  ... 
doi:10.1057/ejis.2010.43 fatcat:kjowxw7jgbhgtemurekfz2at3e

Acting with genres: discursive-ethical concepts for reflecting on and legitimating genres

Fahri Yetim
2006 European Journal of Information Systems  
This paper claims to make the following contributions: firstly, it provides a wider spectrum of discursive concepts for critically reflecting on and discursive evaluation of the content and structures  ...  Such a meta-communication process has not yet been thoroughly discussed in relation to the concept of genre as a means for structuring (organizational) communication.  ...  He has published several papers on global aspects of information systems, organized workshops, and co-edited a special issue of the journal Interacting with Computers.  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.ejis.3000595 fatcat:ybiqzcprcff4lgkvrgb3hy7jbu

Drum Language and Literature [chapter]

Ruth Finnegan
2012 Oral Literature in Africa  
Ruth Finnegan was elected a Fellow of the "ritish "cademy in and an Honorary Fellow of Somerville College Oxford in she was awarded an O"E for services to Social Sciences in 2000.  ...  The Culture and History of Quotation was published in , and, to appear around , an edited study of dreaming and telepathy.  ...  There is no Ifa that can be compared with Eji-ogbe To command is the privilege of a commander Eji-ogbe, you are the king of them all.  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0025.17 fatcat:ks3kkxzpb5hlhprapptisbyfci

Regional traditions of Lao vocal music : lam siphandon and khap ngeum

Chapman, Christopher Adam, 1964-
That's all he studied, only do ... with mohlam Tha Diam and mohlam Saam Haam. [...] All he did was mutter the do and then it would come to him...think a bit, get a bit, think a bit, get a bit.  ...  The most prominent tones were recorded and compared for each genre, and for each singer of that genre.  ...  pitch of an instrument or voice. incantation to facilitate learning and performance. incantation for fluency and lucidity in performance. incantation to assist memory and memory recall. incantation for  ... 
doi:10.4225/03/59d4335083259 fatcat:oujrcesb5vfhfg7sdljemderyi

Rescuing a Language from Extinction: Documentation and Practical Steps for the Revitalisation of (Western) Yugur [article]

Yarjis Xueqing Zhong, University, The Australian National, University, The Australian National
The original plan was to create a trilingual dictionary in Western Yugur, Mandarin Chinese and English, to be both a repository of lexical and cultural knowledge, and a pedagogical tool for revitalising  ...  Third was an examination of the word classes and sentence structure of Western Yugur, resulting in a grammatical sketch.  ...  be used in first, second and third person singular and plural) (see uzə) ehsər to get drunk ehsərt to make sb. get drunk ehy an interjection with the meaning of reproach eji aunt (father's younger brother's  ... 
doi:10.25911/5dc92ae7d416f fatcat:xmthssy7gfdbfowzvmtnbzzq3m