Rob Kling

references

  • Covi, L., & Kling, R. (1996). Organizational Dimensions of Effective Digital Library Use: Closed Rational and Open Natural Systems Models. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 47(9), 672.
  • Elliott, M., & Kling, R. (1997). Organizational Usability of Digital Libraries: Case Study of Legal Research in Civil and Criminal Courts. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 48(11), 1023.
  • Jewett, T., & Kling, R. (1991). The Dynamics of Computerization in a Social Science Research Team: A Case Study of Infrastructure, Strategies, and Skills. Social Science Computer Review, 9(2), 246.
  • Kling, R. (1990). Information Systems, Social Transformations, and Quality of Life. Computers & society, 20(3), 76.
  • Kling, R. (1991). Computerization and Social Transformations. Science, technology & human values, 16(3), 342-367.
  • Kling, R. (1991). Cooperation, Coordination and Control in Computer-Supported Work. Communications of the ACM, 34(12), 83-87.
  • Kling, R. (1992). Audiences, Narratives, and Human Values in Social Studies of Technology. Science, technology & human values, 17(3), 349.
  • Kling, R. (1992). When Gunfire Shatters Bone: Reducing Sociotechnical Systems to Social Relationships. Science, technology & human values, 17(3), 381.
  • Kling, R. (1993). “The Digital Library Use (DLU) Project at UC Irvine”. SIGOIS bulletin, 14(2), 58-58.
  • Kling, R. (1993). “Fair Information Practices with Computer Supported Cooperative Work”. SIGOIS bulletin, 14(1), 28-31.
  • Kling, R. (1993). Organizational Analysis in Computer Science. The information society, 9(2), 71.
  • Kling, R. (1995). Controversies About Electronic Journals and Scholarly Communication: An Introduction. The information society, 11(4), 243.
  • Kling, R. (1996). Synergies and Competition Between Life in Cyberspace and Face-to-Face Communities. Social Science Computer Review, 14(1), 50.
  • Kling, R. (1999). What is social informatics and why does it matter? D-Lib Magazine, 5(1). Retrieved from http://www.dlib.org/dlib/january99/kling/01kling.html
  • Kling, R. (2000). Social Informatics: A New Perspective on Social Research about Information and Communication Technologies. Prometheus 18, no, 3, 245-264.
  • Kling, R. (2003). Critical professional education about information and communications technologies and social life. Information Technology and People, 16(4), 394.
  • Kling, R. (2004). The Internet and Unrefereed Scholarly Publishing. Annual review of information science and technology, 38, 591.
  • Kling, R., & Callahan, E. (2003). Electronic Journals, the Internet, and Scholarly Communication. Annual review of information science and technology, 37, 127.
  • Kling, R., & Courtright, C. A. C. f. S. I. I. U. B. I. U. S. A. (2003). Group Behavior and Learning in Electronic Forums: A Sociotechnical Approach. The Information Society 19, no, 3, 221-235 (215 pages).
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  • Kling, R., & Crawford, H. (1999). From Retrieval to Communication: The Development, Use, and Consequences of Digital Documentary Systems. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 50(12), 1121.
  • Kling, R., & Lamb, R. (1999). IT and Organizational Change in Digital Economies: A Socio-Technical Approach. Computers & society, 29(3), 17.
  • Kling, R., & McKim, G. (1999). Scholarly Communication and the Continuum of Electronic Publishing. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 50(10), 890.
  • Kling, R., & McKim, G. (2000). Not Just a Matter of Time: Field Differences and the Shaping of Electronic Media in Supporting Scientific Communication. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 51(14), 1306.
  • Kling, R., McKim, G., & King, A. (2003). A bit more to it: Scholarly Communication Forums as Socio-Technical Interaction Networks. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology : JASIST, 54(1), 47.
  • Kling, R., & Peters, T. A. (1996). Computerization and Controversy: Value Conflicts and Social Choices (2nd Ed.). Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 47(12), 953.
  • Kling, R., Rosenbaum, H., & Hert, C. (1998). Social informatics in information science: An introduction. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 49(12), 1047.
  • Kling, R., Smith, M. R., & Marx, L. (1996). Does Technology Drive History? The Dilemma of Technological Determinism. Information processing & management, 32(3), 392 (392 pages).
  • Kling, R., Spector, L., & McKim, G. (2002). Locally controlled scholarly publishing via the Internet: The Guild Model. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 39(1), 228-238.
  • Kling, R., & Star, S. L. (1998). Human Centered Systems in the Perspective of Organizational and Social Informatics. Computers & society, 28(1), 22.
  • Lamb, R., King, J. L., & Kling, R. (2003). Informational environments: Organizational contexts of online information use. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology : JASIST, 54(2), 97.
  • Lamb, R., & Kling, R. (1994). James W. Cortada, Before the Computer: IBM, NCR, Burroughs, and Remington Rand and the Industry They Created, 1865-1956. Contemporary sociology, 23(2), 302.