IFIP TC6 Open Digital Library

10. HCC 2012: Amsterdam, The Netherlands

ICT Critical Infrastructures and Society - 10th IFIP TC 9 International Conference on Human Choice and Computers, HCC10 2012, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, September 27-28, 2012. Proceedings

Magda David Hercheui, Diane Whitehouse, William J. McIver Jr., Jackie Phahlamohlaka

Springer, IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology 386, ISBN: 978-3-642-33331-6


Human Choice and Computers International Conference (HCC10)

ICT Critical Infrastructures and Society: Introduction to the HCC10 Conference Proceedings.

Magda David Hercheui, Diane Whitehouse, William J. McIver Jr., Jackie Phahlamohlaka


Section 1: National and International Policies

Formatting the Public Sector with ICTs: Exploring Institutional Sources and Processes.

Noora Alghatam


Building ICT Critical Infrastructures for Trade Regulations: Implications from a National Initiative in Mexico.

Carla Marisa Bonina


Getting It Right: The Importance of Targeting Structural Causes of Failure in E-Government.

Silvia Masiero


National Identity Infrastructures: Lessons from the United Kingdom.

Aaron K. Martin


International Norms and Socio-technical Systems: Connecting Institutional and Technological Infrastructures in Governance Processes.

Claudia Padovani, Elena Pavan


Section 2: Sustainable and Responsible Innovation

ICT and Environmental Sustainability: A Case Study of a Grassroots Initiative.

Ana Cardoso, João Carvalho


Green IT for Innovation and Innovation for Green IT: The Virtuous Circle.

Christina Herzog, Laurent Lefèvre, Jean-Marc Pierson


The Role of ICT in Sustainable and Responsible Development: E-Skilling.

Hossana Twinomurinzi


Sustainable and Responsible ICT Innovation in Healthcare: A Long View and Continuous Ethical Watch Required.

Tony Cornford, Valentina Lichtner


Impact of ICT on Home Healthcare.

Sokratis Vavilis, Milan Petkovic, Nicola Zannone


Technology and Care for Patients with Chronic Conditions: The Chronic Care Model as a Framework for the Integration of ICT.

Nick A. Guldemond, Magda David Hercheui


Information Waste, the Environment and Human Action: Concepts and Research.

Fons Wijnhoven, Pim Dietz, Chintan Amrit


Towards a Sustainable Governance of Information Systems: Devising a Maturity Assessment Tool of Eco-Responsibility Inspired by the Balanced Scorecard.

Amélie Bohas, Laïd Bouzidi


Building Human Infrastructure for the Digital Economy: Ryerson's Digital Media Zone.

Wendy L. Cukier, Valerie Fox, Hossein Rahnama


Sustainable Communications and Innovation: Different Types of Effects from Collaborative Research Including University and Companies in the ICT-Sector.

Mattias Höjer, Katarina Larsen, Helene Wintzell


Is the Post-Turing ICT Sustainable?

Norberto Patrignani, Iordanis Kavathatzopoulos


ITGS - A Blueprint for a Social Informatics Course in Pre-university Education.

Richard Taylor


Governance, Risk and Compliance: A Strategic Alignment Perspective Applied to Two Case Studies.

Abbas Shahim, Ronald Batenburg, Geert Vermunt


Section 3: ICT for Peace and War

Implementation of a Cyber Security Policy in South Africa: Reflection on Progress and the Way Forward.

Marthie Grobler, Joey Jansen van Vuuren, Louise Leenen


Mapping the Most Significant Computer Hacking Events to a Temporal Computer Attack Model.

Renier van Heerden, Heloise Pieterse, Barry Irwin


The Dark Side of Web 2.0.

Aubrey Labuschagne, Mariki M. Eloff, Namosha Veerasamy


Towards a Social Media-Based Model of Trust and Its Application.

Erik Boertjes, Bas Gerrits, Robert E. Kooij, Peter-Paul van Maanen, Stephan Raaijmakers, Joost de Wit


Video Games and the Militarisation of Society: Towards a Theoretical and Conceptual Framework.

John Martino


Challenges to Peace in the 21st Century: Working towards a Good Information and Communication Society.

Gunilla Bradley, Diane Whitehouse


Section 4: Citizens' Involvement, Citizens' Rights and ICT

Implementing Ethics in Information Systems, Presuppositions and Consequences in Ethics and Information Systems.

Laurence Masclet, Philippe Goujon


Redesigning the Relationship between Government and Civil Society: An Investigation of Emerging Models of Networked Democracy in Brazil.

Eduardo Henrique Diniz, Manuella Maia Ribeiro


Cyberactivism and Collective Agency: Cases from China.

Yingqin Zheng, Cheng Zhang


Information Inadequacy: The Lack of Needed Information in Human, Social and Industrial Affairs.

Miranda Kajtazi


Social Games: Privacy and Security.

Mathias Fuchs


Is Privacy Dead? - An Inquiry into GPS-Based Geolocation and Facial Recognition Systems.

Jens-Martin Loebel


Theorising Open Development through an Institutional Lens: A Study of Iranian Online Interactions.

Magda David Hercheui, Brian Nicholson, Aghil Ameripour


Packet Inspection - Shifting the Paradigm of Fundamental Rights.

Agata Królikowski


Civic Intelligence and CSCW.

Douglas Schuler


Informed Strategies of Political Action in IP-Based Social Media.

Andrea Knaut


Corporate Social Media Use Policy: Meeting Business and Ethical Responsibilities.

Don Gotterbarn