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Information-As-System in Information Systems: A Systems Thinking Perspective

Volume 1, Issue 2. Copyright © 2008. 19 pages.
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DOI: 10.4018/jitsa.2008070101|
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Nguyen, Tuan M. and Huy V. Vo. "Information-As-System in Information Systems: A Systems Thinking Perspective." IJITSA 1.2 (2008): 1-19. Web. 28 Nov. 2014. doi:10.4018/jitsa.2008070101

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Nguyen, T. M., & Vo, H. V. (2008). Information-As-System in Information Systems: A Systems Thinking Perspective. International Journal of Information Technologies and Systems Approach (IJITSA), 1(2), 1-19. doi:10.4018/jitsa.2008070101

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Nguyen, Tuan M. and Huy V. Vo. "Information-As-System in Information Systems: A Systems Thinking Perspective," International Journal of Information Technologies and Systems Approach (IJITSA) 1 (2008): 2, accessed (November 28, 2014), doi:10.4018/jitsa.2008070101

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This article investigates the complex nature of information in information systems (IS). Based on the systems thinking framework, this study argues that information in IS is a system in its own right. A conceptual model of information-as-system is built on the systems thinking perspective adopted from Gharajedaghi’s holistic thinking rooted from Ackoff systems approach, which is developed through Peirce’s semiotics with the validity support of Metcalfe and Powell’s perspective of information perception, Mingers and Brocklesby’s schema of situational actions, Toulmin’s theory of argumentation and Ulrich’s theory of systems boundary. The proposed model of information-as-systems is described in terms of triads–on the structure, function, and process, all interdependent–in a context of information-as-system in IS.
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