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International Journal of Social and Organizational Dynamics in IT (IJSODIT)

International Journal of Social and Organizational Dynamics in IT (IJSODIT)

Editor-in-Chief: Michael B. Knight (Florida Southern College, USA)
Indexed In: PsycINFO®, INSPEC and 7 more indices
Published: Semi-Annually |Established: 2011
ISSN: 2155-6334|EISSN: 2155-6342|DOI: 10.4018/IJSODIT
Out of print.
Journal Metrics
Submission to Acceptance: 188 Days (Approximately 27 Weeks)
Acceptance to Publication: 69 Days (Approximately 10 Weeks)
Acceptance Rate: 32%
Description & Scope
The International Journal of Social and Organizational Dynamics in IT (IJSODIT) provides an international forum for practitioners and researchers from social sciences, along with information systems professional practitioners to contribute and share developed, useful, and innovative research... Show More
Mission & Scope:
The mission of the International Journal of Social and Organizational Dynamics in IT (IJSODIT) is to provide a forum for information technology educators, researchers, and practitioners to advance the practice and understanding of technology and the impacts of technology on social behaviors and norms in the workplace and society. IJSODIT bridges the gap between technology and social sciences in... Show More

Topics to be discussed in the journal include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Building Relationships

  • Contributions from information systems to the development of other academic disciplines
  • Development of information systems subspecialties
  • Relationships between the information systems area and other academic disciplines
  • Reporting new developments in other reference disciplines
  • Research between the IS system areas and other established fields

  • Cultural issues

  • Assimilation of emerging technologies
  • Cultural customs and digital divides
  • Developing trust
  • Management structures
  • Policy implementation
  • Politics
  • Power asymmetry
  • Social barriers
  • Social capital
  • Social environments

  • Design issues

  • Distributed projects
  • Modeling techniques
  • Process changes
  • Social network knowledge
  • Soft-side development

  • Diversity in the IT Workforce

  • Diversity in virtual IT teams
  • Educational initiatives for increased diversity in the IT workforce
  • Gender, race, age, education, and socio-economic differences in IT
  • Information technology as a means for increasing social capital
  • IT for transformation and wealth creation
  • Role of community technology centers
  • Urban and community informatics
  • Ethical issues

  • Codes of conduct and practice
  • Confidentiality agreements
  • Electronic monitoring of employees
  • Impartiality of data utilization
  • Intellectual property rights
  • Morality in information systems

  • Human interaction issues

  • Assessment and evaluation
  • Asynchronous learning networks
  • Leadership
  • Motivation
  • Recruitment and retention
  • Social presence

  • Relationship issues

  • Buyer-supplier linkages
  • Development partnerships
  • Group cohesiveness
  • Group facilitation
  • Networking and collaboration
  • Virtual teams

  • Security issues

  • Behavioral issues in IS security
  • Fraud with systems use
  • IS security design and management methods
  • Misrepresentation in digital media
  • Misuse of data
  • Models for IS security implementation
  • Security culture & awareness issues
  • Social, legal, and ethical of IS security
  • Standards, laws, and regulations
  • Strategic management issues in IS security
  • Trust issues in IS Security
  • Virus/worm creation
Editorial Board

Editorial Board

Associate Editors
Barbara Oates, Texas A&M University, United States
Beverly Medlin, Appalachian State University, United States ORCID
David Radosevich, University of Wisconsin, United States
Emad Abu-Shanab, Qatar University, Qatar ORCID
Gabriel Telleria, Walden University, United States
Jack Shorter, Texas A&M University, United States
John Conway, Art Institute of Pittsburgh, United States
Kimberly Furumo, University of Hawaii at Hilo, United States
Mussie Teclezion, University of Wisconsin, United States
Scott Hunsinger, Appalachian State University, United States
Editorial Review Board
A. Narasimhan, Sripadam Management Consultants, India
Barbara-Leigh Tonelli, Kaplan University, United States
Benjamin Yen, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Dick Stenmark, IT University of Göteborg, Sweden
Elizabeth Cummings, University of Tasmania, Australia
Gaye Kiely, University College Cork, Ireland
Jason Jackson, Purdue University Global, United States ORCID
Jeffrey Johnson, Utah State University, United States
Lori Leonard, University of Tulsa, United States
Matti Mäntymäki, Turku School of Economics, Finland
Mikael Collan, LUT University, Finland ORCID
Monique Janneck, Luebeck University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Subodha Kumar, Texas A&M University, United States
Victoria Badura, Chadron State College, United States ORCID
Yutaka Yoshinaka, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Zhongyun Zhou, Tongji University, China
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