APJIS Asia Pacific Journal of Information Systems

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The Journal for Information Professionals

Asia Pacific Journal of Information Systems (APJIS), a Scopus Indexed Journal,
is published by the Korea Society of Management Information Systems (KMIS),
which is the largest professional institute in the field of information systems in Korea.

ISSN 2288-5404 (Print) / ISSN 2288-6818 (Online)

Editor : Hee-Woong Kim

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Special Issues

  • 13. CFP: E-BUSINESS AND E-GOVERNMENT2018-08-01 | View 48
  • 12. CFP: SMART SERVICES AND INTERNET OF THINGS2018-07-23 | View 65
  • 11. CFP: GENDER DIFFERENCES IN INFORMATION SYSTEM USAGE & APPLICATION2018-07-23 | View 73
  •   Special Issue of APJIS-Gender in IS 201806.docx

    CALL FOR PAPERS
    Asia Pacific Journal of Information Systems (APJIS)
    Special Issue: GENDER DIFFERENCES IN INFORMATION SYSTEM USAGE & APPLICATION


    GUEST EDITORS
    Hyunjeong Kang, Hongik University, South Korea, hjkang@hongik.ac.kr 
    Jinyoung Min, Chosun University, South Korea, saharamin@chosun.ac.kr
    Juhee Kwon, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea, kwon.juhee@business.kaist.ac.kr 


    Digital innovation has penetrated today’s society and economy. IT has substantially changed the manner in which people consume products, work in organizations, and interact with others. However, few research has explored gender differences in IT use and application. Various types of gender issues may be found in the development of digital products and services or information systmes in work places technologies are applied and employed. Some negative examples include the sexually objectified representation of women in digital games, masculine “brogramming” culture in Silicon Valley, and cyberbullying of women, to name a few. Therefore, in order to bridge gender gaps in IS development and deployment, we need to examine the gender issues of IS in organizations and society such as gender differences in social media usage patterns, gender inequalities in technology product market, or gender divide in IS workforce. In this special issue, we call for papers exploring gender issues that can arise in work environments, digital spaces, and development of digital products and services. The topics may include but are not limited to:

    • Gender oriented approach of IS research
    • Gender concerns in digital spaces and cultures
    • Gender gap and inequality in technological fields
    • Gender related digital products and consumption
    • Gender and online communities
    • Gender differences in terms of IS usage pattern
    • Digital capitalism and gender
    • Gendered construction of software/hardware/platforms
    • Gender, digital divide and digital world
    • Representation of gender related technology
    • The way gender and technology shape our culture and society
    • The role of ICT and their consequences regarding gender
    • Social media and gender
    • Gender related cyberbullying
    • The role of IT on inclusion and exclusion of gender in work places
    • The role of ICT and gender in higher education
    • The gender and identity issues regarding the rise of ICT
    • Robotics and their representation of gender
    • Innovative gender practices in smart work environment
    • The operation of gender in relation to different types of technologies



    ASIA PACIFIC JOURNAL OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS:
    Asia Pacific Journal of Information Systems (APJIS) is the premier journal on information systems research in the Asia Pacific region. The journal seeks to advance knowledge about the effective and efficient utilization of information technology by individuals, groups, organizations, society, and nations for the improvement of economic and social welfare.  [http://apjis.or.kr/]


    SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:
    • All papers should be submitted to the submission system (http://www.e-apjis.or.kr/journal.do?method=journalintro&journalSeq=J000067)
    • Submissions should follow standard formatting and style guidelines for the Asia Pacific Journal of Information Systems (http://apjis.or.kr/common/sub/editorialpolicy03.asp?hoho=1)
    • The author(s) should indicate that the submission is for the special issue (Gender and IS) on the first page of the manuscript


    TIME PLAN
    • Submission due: 2019, July 31
    • 1st round review decision: 2019, September 30
    • Revised submission due: 2019, December 30
    • 2nd round final review decision 2020, February 28
    • Publication: 2020, March 31


  • 10. CFP: DATA ANALYTICS IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ERA2018-05-01 | View 281
  • 9. APJIS Special Issue CFP2018-03-20 | View 504
  • 8. APJIS: Guidelines for Special Issues2015-05-26 | View 3583
  • 7. [Closed] CFP: Information Systems Research from the Behavioral Economics Perspective2015-03-23 | View 3720
  • 6. [Closed] CFP:The Old, the Young and the Sea of IS: New Perspectives on the Development, Adoption and Application of Information Systems2015-03-19 | View 4236
  • 5. [Closed] CFP: Electronic Word of Mouth and User Generated Content2013-12-26 | View 5502
  • 4. [Closed] CFP: Knowledge Management and Business Intelligence2013-12-26 | View 4303

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