Marie Griffiths
Marie Griffiths
Salford Busines School
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Inequality of what? Social exclusion in the e‐society as capability deprivation
Y Zheng, G Walsham
Information Technology & People, 2008
Gay men, Gaydar and the commodification of difference
B Light, G Fletcher, A Adam
Information Technology & People, 2008
Being an ‘it’in IT: gendered identities in IT work
A Adam, M Griffiths, C Keogh, K Moore, H Richardson, A Tattersall
European Journal of Information Systems 15 (4), 368-378, 2006
The panoptic gaze: Analysing the interaction between enterprise resource planning technology and organisational culture
OG Kayas, R McLean, T Hines, GH Wright
International journal of information management 28 (6), 446-452, 2008
Gendered futures? Women, the ICT workplace and stories of the future
K Moore, M Griffiths, H Richardson, A Adam
Gender, Work & Organization 15 (5), 523-542, 2008
Bringing lost sheep into the fold: questioning the discourse of the digital divide
E Klecun
Information Technology & People, 2008
Celebrating Heterogeneity?: A survey of female ICT professionals in England
M Griffiths, K Moore, H Richardson
Information, Community and Society 10 (3), 338-357, 2007
Social networking and digital gaming media convergence: Classification and its consequences for appropriation
M Griffiths, B Light
Information Systems Frontiers 10 (4), 447-459, 2008
‘Connect and create’: Young people, YouTube and Graffiti communities
B Light, M Griffiths, S Lincoln
Continuum 26 (3), 343-355, 2012
Music piracy: ethical perspectives
S Bonner, E O'Higgins
Management decision, 2010
Analysing appropriation and usability in social and occupational lives: An investigation of Bangladeshi farmers' use of mobile telephony
B Dey, D Newman, R Prendergast
Information Technology & People 24 (1), 46-63, 2011
Science fiction prototypes: Visionary technology narratives between futures
F Bell, G Fletcher, A Greenhill, M Griffiths, R McLean
Futures 50, 5-14, 2013
Social networks, football fans, fantasy and reality: How corporate and media interests are invading our lifeworld
R McLean, DW Wainwright
Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 2009
The myths of empowerment through information communication technologies
R McLean, G Green, J Hilditch, K Holmes, PG Oliver, DW Wainwright
Management Decision, 2010
Working county lines: child criminal exploitation and illicit drug dealing in Glasgow and Merseyside
G Robinson, R McLean, J Densley
International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 63 (5 …, 2019
Exclusion, inclusion and changing the face of information systems research
M Cushman, R McLean
Information Technology & People, 2008
An evolving gang model in contemporary Scotland
R McLean
Deviant Behavior 39 (3), 309-321, 2018
The DIY artist: issues of sustainability within local music scenes
PG Oliver
Management Decision 48 (9), 1422-1432, 2010
More than just friends? Facebook, disclosive ethics and the morality of technology
B Light, K McGrath, M Griffiths
ICIS 2008 proceedings, 193, 2008
'Disappearing Women': A Study of Women Who Left the UK ICT Sector
M Griffiths, K Moore
Journal of technology management & innovation 5 (1), 95-107, 2010
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