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Coakes, Elayne and Coakes, James (2010) Exploring meaning: the implications of a hyphen for socio-technical theory and practice. International Journal of Sociotechnology and Knowledge Development, 2 (2). pp. 1-34. ISSN 1941-6253


Coakes, Elayne and Coakes, James (2009) A meta-analysis of the direction and state of sociotechnical research in a range of disciplines: for practitioners and academics. International Journal of Sociotechnology and Knowledge Development, 1 (1). pp. 1-52. ISSN 1941-6253


Coakes, Elayne and Coakes, James and Rosenberg, Duska (2008) Co-operative work practices and knowledge sharing issues: a comparison of viewpoints. International Journal of Information Management, 28 (1). pp. 12-25. ISSN 0268-4012


Coakes, James (2006) Modelling requirements for IS development; do narrow perspectives cause failure? In: 2006 BIOPoM Conference, 29 Jun 2006, London, UK. (Submitted)


Coakes, James and Coakes, Elayne (2005) Sociotechnical concepts applied to information systems. In: Cooper, C.L. and Argyris, C. and Starbuck, W., (eds.) Management information systems. Encyclopaedia of management (7). Jaico Publishing House, pp. 1024-1029. ISBN 817224486X


Coakes, James (2004) Bringing IS ontologies closer to the real world. In: 18th European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP), 14-18 Jun 2004, Oslo, Norway. (Submitted)


Coakes, James (2002) Incorporating human, social and organisational dimensions into IS development. In: Harindranath, Hari and Zupancic, Joze and Rosenberg, Duska and Wojtkowski, Wita and Wrycza, Stanislaw and Sillince, John A.A., (eds.) New perspectives on information systems development: theory, methods, and practice. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, London, UK, pp. 391-406. ISBN 0306472511

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