Volume 34, Number 4 — December 2010

Issues and Opinions

Focus and Diversity in Information Systems Research: Meeting the Dual Demands of a Healthy Applied Discipline
Hazel Taylor, Stuart Dillon, and Melinda van Wingen
(pp. 647-667)

Web 2.0 and Politics: The 2008 U.S. Presidential Election and an E-Politics Research Agenda
Sunil Wattal, David Schuff, Munir Mandviwalla, and Christine B. Williams
(pp. 669-688)

Research Articles

The Other Side of Acceptance: Studying the Direct and Indirect Effects of Emotions on Information Technology Use
Anne Beaudry and Alain Pinsonneault
(pp. 689-710)

Affect in Web Interfaces: A Study of the Impacts of Web Page Visual Complexity and Order
Liqiong Deng and Marshall Scott Poole
(pp. 711-730)

Understanding Organization–Enterprise System Fit: A Path to Theorizing the Information Technology Artifact
Diane M. Strong and Olga Volkoff
(pp. 731-756)

Improving Employees’ Compliance Through Information Systems Security Training: An Action Research Study
Petri Puhakainen and Mikko Siponen
(pp. 757-778)

An Alternative to Methodological Individualism: A Non-Reductionist Approach to Studying Technology Adoption by Groups
Saonee Sarker and Joseph S. Valacich
(pp. 779-808)

Price Effects in Online Product Reviews: An Analytical Model and Empirical Analysis
Xinxin Li and Lorin M. Hitt
(pp. 809-831)

Research Notes

The Impact of Information Technology and Transactive Memory Systems on Knowledge Sharing, Application, and Team Performance: A Field Study
Sue Young Choi, Heeseok Lee, and Youngjin Yoo
(pp. 855-870)

Theory and Review Articles

Toward Ethical Information Systems: The Contribution of Discourse Ethics
John Mingers and Geoff Walsham
(pp. 833-854)