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Handbook of Research on Public Information Technology 2008

Handbook of Research on Public Information Technology

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    Government Web Sites as Public Foru

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    Government Web Sites as Public Foru

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    Government Web Sites as Public Foru

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    Chapter IV Issues and Trends in Int

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    Issues and Trends in Internet-Based

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    Issues and Trends in Internet-Based

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    Issues and Trends in Internet-Based

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    Issues and Trends in Internet-Based

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    41 Chapter V Public Sector Particip

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    Public Sector Participation in Open

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    Public Sector Participation in Open

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    Public Sector Participation in Open

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    Community Informatics Italy, or New

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    Community Informatics the interacti

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    Community Informatics and preferenc

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    Community Informatics O’Neil, D.

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    Community Informatics Jacobs, B. D.

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    Chapter VII Public Wireless Interne

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    Public Wireless Internet an adequat

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    Public Wireless Internet implementa

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    Public Wireless Internet a better-i

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    Public Wireless Internet Garson, G.

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    The Current State and Future

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    The Current State and Future

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    The Current State and Future

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    Chapter IX Blogging David C. Wyld S

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    Blogging content. As reported in a

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    Blogging their views on issues, chr

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    Blogging office bl

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    Blogging between public of<

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    Blogging Branscombe, M. (2005). The

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    Blogging Vigas, F. (2004). Blog sur

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    E-Government and SMEs having 100 or

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    E-Government and SMEs Those countri

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    E-Government and SMEs Gengatharen,

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    0 Chapter XI EU E-Business and Inno

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    EU E-Business and Innovation Polici

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    EU E-Business and Innovation Polici

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    EU E-Business and Innovation Polici

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    EU E-Business and Innovation Polici

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    EU E-Business and Innovation Polici

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    Exploitation of Pu

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    Exploitation of Pu

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    Chapter XIV Public Sector Human Res

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    Public Sector Human Resources Infor

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    Public Sector Human Resources Infor

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    Digital Libraries documents. Althou

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    Digital Libraries books, and music

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    Digital Libraries Papers, Library <

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    Digital Libraries Maniatis P., Rous

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    An Exploratory Study of

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    An Exploratory Study of

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    An Exploratory Study of

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    An Exploratory Study of

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    An Exploratory Study of

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    Chapter XVII E-Government’s Barri

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    E-Government’s Barriers and Oppor

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    E-Government’s Barriers and Oppor

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    E-Lections in New Zealand Local Gov

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    E-Lections in New Zealand Local Gov

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    E-Lections in New Zealand Local Gov

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    E-Lections in New Zealand Local Gov

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    E-Census 2006 in New Zealand cEnsus

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    E-Census 2006 in New Zealand discus

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    E-Census 2006 in New Zealand Jackso

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    0 Chapter XX Security Challenges in

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    Security Challenges in Distributed

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    Security Challenges in Distributed

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    Security Challenges in Distributed

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    Security Challenges in Distributed

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    Interactive Personalized Catalogue

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    Chapter XXII Trust Based E-Commerce

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    Trust Based E-Commerce Decisions 19

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    Trust Based E-Commerce Decisions Ta

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    Trust Based E-Commerce Decisions fo

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    Using Partial Least Squares in Digi

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    Using Partial Least Squares in Digi

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    elationship Giddens called “the d

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    Privacy Issues in Public Web Sites

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    Privacy Issues in Public Web Sites

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    Privacy Issues in Public Web Sites

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    Chapter XXV A Framework for Accessi

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    A Framework for Accessible and Usab

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    A Framework for Accessible and Usab

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    Intelligent User-Centric Access to

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    Intelligent User-Centric Access to

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    Open Access to Scholarly Publicatio

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    The Digital Divide and Social Equit

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    The Digital Divide and Social Equit

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    The Digital Divide and Social Equit

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    Africa and the Challenges o

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    Research Ethics in

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    Research Ethics in

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    Chapter XXXI Medical Ethical and Po

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    Medical Ethical and Policy Issues A

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    Medical Ethical and Policy Issues A

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    Medical Ethical and Policy Issues A

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    Medical Ethical and Policy Issues A

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    Chapter XXXII Social Capital and th

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    Social Capital and the Gendering

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    Social Capital and the Gendering

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    Chapter XXXIII Technology Diffusion

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    Technology Diffusion in Public Admi

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    Technology Diffusion in Public Admi

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    Technology Diffusion in Public Admi

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    Technology Diffusion in Public Admi

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    Chapter XXXIV Institutional Theory

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    Institutional Theory and E-Governme

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    Institutional Theory and E-Governme

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    Institutional Theory and E-Governme

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    Institutional Theory and E-Governme

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    Institutional Theory and E-Governme

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    Chapter XXXV Structuration Theory a

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    Structuration Theory and Government

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    Structuration Theory and Government

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    Structuration Theory and Government

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    Structuration Theory and Government

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    Structuration Theory and Government

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    Structuration Theory and Government

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    More than 4 years after terrorist-c

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    Intelligence and Security Informati

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    Intelligence and Security Informati

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    Intelligence and Security Informati

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    Chapter XXXVIII Digital Convergence

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    Digital Convergence and Cybersecuri

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    Bioterrorism Response and IT Strate

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    Bioterrorism Response and IT Strate

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    Chapter XL Federal Public-Key Infra

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    Federal Public-Key Infrastructure T

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    Chapter XLI Radio Frequency Identif

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    About the Editors G. David Garson i

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    About the Contributors served as co

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    About the Contributors and policy i

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    About the Contributors Sheng-Uei Gu

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    About the Contributors engineering,

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    About the Contributors e-government

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    About the Contributors Bruce Neubau

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    About the Contributors Christopher

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    About the Contributors Larry Stillm

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    About the Contributors David C. Wyl

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    Index DaWinciMD 585 decision suppor

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    Index open standards, challenges

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    Handbook o

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    Editorial Advisory Board Annie Beck

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    Chapter VI Community Informatics /

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    Chapter XXXI Medical Ethical and Po

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    Chapter LV Statistical Data and Met

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    Detailed Table of

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    Chapter VII Public Wireless Interne

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    Chapter XIV Public Sector Human Res

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    Chapter XXI Interactive Personalize

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    end-user interactive access, a holi

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    Chapter XXXV Structuration Theory a

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    this chapter, the author, recognizi

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    and deception detection. Chapter LV

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    2001; Willcocks & Currie, 1997), bu

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    of applications, h

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    Chapter LXXIII Public Administrator

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    xxxv Foreword The breadth and speed

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    a background providing discussions

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    The Role of Data M

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    Chapter XLV System Dynamics to Unde

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    System Dynamics to Understand Publi

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    Web Application Classification reac

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    Web Application Classification Tabl

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    Web Application Classification Perf

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    Web Application Classification the

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    Web Services and Service-Oriented A

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    Chapter L The Strategic Determinant

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    The Strategic Determinants

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    The Strategic Determinants

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    The Strategic Determinants

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    The Strategic Determinants

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    Chapter LI Data Mining in Public Ad

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    Data Mining in Public Administratio

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    Data Mining in Public Administratio

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    Data Mining in Public Administratio

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    Chapter LII Categorization

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    Chapter LIII Statistical Disseminat

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    Text Mining Figure 1. TM as a confl

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    Text Mining text collections by fin

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    Text Mining in the document A is X,

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    Text Mining level. The researchers

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    Text Mining Lam, W., Chan, S., et a

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    Probability Association Approach in

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    Online Analytical Processing and Da

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    Section V Project Management and IT

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    Chapter LVIII Managing People and I

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    Managing People and Information in

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    Managing People and Information in

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    Managing People and Information in

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    Managing People and Information in

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    0 Chapter LIX Human-Factors Design

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    Human-Factors Design for Public Inf

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    Human-Factors Design for Public Inf

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    Human-Factors Design for Public Inf

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    Human-Factors Design for Public Inf

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    Human-Factors Design for Public Inf

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    Chapter LX An Overview of

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    An Overview of IT

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    An Overview of IT

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    An Overview of IT

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    An Overview of IT

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    Chapter LXI E-Health, Local Governa

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    E-Health, Local Governance, and Pub

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    E-Health, Local Governance, and Pub

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    Implementing a Sound Public Informa

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    Implementing a Sound Public Informa

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    Implementing a Sound Public Informa

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    Evaluation of E-Go

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    IT Evaluation Issues in Australian

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