Here are some references of my own work to network analysis and
information/communication systems. There are of course references to many
other works in these.
Rice, R.E. & Gattiker, U. (2000). New media and organizational structuring.
in F. Jablin & L. Putnam (Eds.) (pp. 544-581.) New handbook of
organizational communication. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
Rice, R.E., Collins-Jarvis, L. & Zydney-Walker, S. (1999). Individual and
structural influences on information technology helping relationships.
Journal of Applied Communication Research, 27(4), 285-303.
Kraut, R., Rice, R.E., Cool, C. & Fish, R. (1998). Varieties of social
influence: The role of utility and norms in the success of a new
communication medium. Organization Science, 9(4), 437-453.
Hayne, S. & Rice, R.E. (1997). Accuracy of attribution in small groups using
anonymity in group support systems. International Journal of Human Computer
Studies, 47, 429-452.
Rice, R.E. (1994). Relating electronic mail use and network structure to R&D
work networks and performance. Journal of Management Information Systems,
Rice, R.E. & Danowski, J. (1993). Is it really just like a fancy answering
machine? Comparing semantic networks of different types of voice mail users.
Journal of Business Communication, 30(4), 369-397. (A top paper at the
International Communication Association conference, 1989.)
Rice, R.E. (1993). Media appropriateness: Using social presence theory to
compare traditional and new organizational media. Human Communication
Research, 19(4), 451-484.
Aydin, C. & Rice, R.E. (1992). Bringing social worlds together: Computers
as catalysts for new interactions in health care organizations. Journal of
Health and Social Behavior, 33(2), 168-185.
Rice, R.E. & Aydin, C. (1991). Attitudes towards new organizational
technology: Network proximity as a mechanism for social information
processing. Administrative Science Quarterly, 36, 219-244.
Aydin, C. & Rice, R.E. (1991). Social worlds, individual differences, and
implementation: Predicting attitudes toward a medical information system.
Information and Management, 20, 119-136.
Rice, R.E., Grant, A., Schmitz, J. & Torobin, J. (1990). Individual and
network influences on the adoption and perceived outcomes of electronic
messaging. Social Networks, 12(1), 27-55.
Rice, R.E. (1990). Computer-mediated communication system network data:
Theoretical concerns and empirical examples. International Journal of
Man-Machine Studies, 32(6), 627-647.
Hart, P. & Rice, R.E. (1988). Inter-industry relations in electronic news
services. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 39(4),
Rice, R.E. & Love, G. (1987). Electronic emotion: Socio-emotional content
in a computer-mediated communication network. Communication Research,
Rice, R.E. (1982). Communication networking in computer-conferencing
systems: A longitudinal study of group roles and system structure. In M.
Burgoon (Ed.), Communication yearbook, vol. 6. (pp. 925-944). Beverly Hills,
CA: Sage. (A top paper at the International Communication Association
Rice, R. (1994). Network analysis and computer-mediated communication
systems. In S. Wasserman & J. Galaskiewicz (Eds.) Advances in social and
behavioral science from social network analysis. (pp. 167-203.) Newbury
Park, CA: Sage.
Rice, R.E. & Anderson, J.G. (1993). Social networks and healthcare
information systems: A structural approach to evaluation. In J. Anderson, C.
Aydin, & S.J. Jay (Eds.) Evaluating health care information systems:
Approaches and applications. (pp. 135-163.) Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
Rice, R.E. (1993). Using network concepts to clarify sources and mechanisms
of social influence. In W. Richards, Jr., & G. Barnett (Eds.) Progress in
communication sciences: Advances in communication network analysis. (pp.
43-52.) Norwood, NJ: Ablex.
Rice, R.E. & Shook, D. (1990). Voice messaging, coordination and
communication. In J. Galegher, R. Kraut, & C. Egido (Eds.) Intellectual
teamwork: Social and technological bases of cooperative work. (pp.
327-350.) New Jersey: Erlbaum.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Francisco Barbedo" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Monday, August 26, 2002 5:45 AM
Subject: SNA and information systems
> Hello to all
> This is my first post to the list. I am writing my thesis for master
degree in information management and using social network analysis in order
to define social features in a inter-organizational network (wine sector
enterprises). It's the first time I'm working with this methodology, and I'm
having trouble on finding experiences and case studies regarding
organizational analysis with SN specifically concerned with information
management and information systems design and implementation. Does anyone
have ideas where can I find other experiences on this area?
> Thank you in advance.
> Francisco Barbedo
> Arquivo Distrital do Porto
> email: [log in to unmask]
> URL: www.adporto.org