Debra Howcroft
Debra Howcroft
Work and Equalities Institute, University of Manchester
Verified email at manchester.ac.uk
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Towards dissolution of the IS research debate: from polarization to polarity
B Fitzgerald, D Howcroft
Journal of Information technology 13 (4), 313-326, 1998
2541998
A mazon Mechanical Turk and the commodification of labour
B Bergvall‐Kåreborn, D Howcroft
New technology, work and employment 29 (3), 213-223, 2014
2252014
Re-conceptualising failure: social shaping meets IS research
M Wilson, D Howcroft
European Journal of Information Systems 11 (4), 236-250, 2002
1812002
A decade of neglect: reflecting on gender and IS
A Adam, D Howcroft, H Richardson
New Technology, Work and Employment 19 (3), 222-240, 2004
1712004
What we may learn from the social shaping of technology approach
D Howcroft, N Mitev, M Wilson
Social theory and philosophy for information systems, 329-371, 2004
1692004
Paradoxes of participatory practices: the Janus role of the systems developer
D Howcroft, M Wilson
Information and organization 13 (1), 1-24, 2003
1602003
‘All they lack is a chain’: lean and the new performance management in the British civil service
B Carter, A Danford, D Howcroft, H Richardson, A Smith, P Taylor
New Technology, Work and Employment 26 (2), 83-97, 2011
1542011
Competing dichotomies in IS research and possible strategies for resolution
B Fitzgerald, D Howcroft
ICIS 1998 Proceedings, 14, 1998
1461998
Reflections on issues of power in packaged software selection
D Howcroft, B Light
Information Systems Journal 16 (3), 215-235, 2006
1222006
Handbook of critical information systems research: Theory and application
D Howcroft, EM Trauth
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2005
1192005
After the goldrush: deconstructing the myths of the dot. com market
D Howcroft
Journal of Information Technology 16 (4), 195-204, 2001
1172001
A typology of crowdwork platforms
D Howcroft, B Bergvall-Kåreborn
Work, Employment and Society 33 (1), 21-38, 2019
1142019
Power, politics and persuasion in IS evaluation: a focus on ‘relevant social groups’
M Wilson, D Howcroft
The Journal of Strategic Information Systems 14 (1), 17-43, 2005
992005
The choice of critical information systems research
D Howcroft, EM Trauth
Information systems research, 195-211, 2004
972004
‘Stressed out of my box’: employee experience of lean working and occupational ill-health in clerical work in the UK public sector
B Carter, A Danford, D Howcroft, H Richardson, A Smith, P Taylor
Work, employment and society 27 (5), 747-767, 2013
962013
‘The future’s bright, the future’s mobile’: a study of Apple and Google mobile application developers
B Bergvall-Kåreborn, D Howcroft
Work, employment and society 27 (6), 964-981, 2013
952013
Critical empirical research in IS: an example of gender and the IT workforce
EM Trauth, D Howcroft
Information Technology & People 19 (3), 272-292, 2006
952006
The implications of a critical agenda in gender and IS research
D Howcroft, EM Trauth
Information Systems Journal 18 (2), 185-202, 2008
892008
The back office goes global: exploring connections and contradictions in shared service centres
D Howcroft, H Richardson
Work, Employment and Society 26 (1), 111-127, 2012
832012
“Missing women”: Gender, ICTs, and the shaping of the global economy
H Gillard, D Howcroft, N Mitev, H Richardson
Information technology for development 14 (4), 262-279, 2008
792008
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