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Call for Papers

Information Systems Journal Special Issue: The Digitization of the
Individual (DOTI)


Submission Deadline: May 15, 2018


SPECIAL ISSUE GUEST EDITORS (in no particular order):

Ofir Turel ([log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]> )

Christy Cheung ([log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]> )

Christian Matt ([log in to unmask]
<mailto:[log in to unmask]> )

Manuel Trenz ([log in to unmask]
<mailto:[log in to unmask]> )



Topics of interest for this Special Issue may include but are not limited

- Digitization drivers and individual behavior in digitized environments,

* Consumer choices of digitization tools

* Individual attitudes, preferences and behaviors in digitized environments 

* Individual communication, consumption patterns and decision making in
digitized environments

* Information sharing among individuals in digitized environments

* Micro (e.g., personality) and macro (e.g., government policies)
perspectives on the digitization of the individual

- Positive and negative outcomes of digitization, e.g., 

* Effects of usage of new digital devices and services on individuals'
attitudes, behaviors, health and performance 

* Privacy and IT-security issues of the individual in private life 

* Usage and effectiveness of consumer devices and services in businesses 

* Fatigue, negative emotions, addiction and techno-stress associated with
highly digitized environments

* Effects of digitization on health and wellbeing

* Spill-over effects of the digitized individual on organizations

* Brain activation and structure changes associated with digitization 

-  Development, exploitation and management of personal IS 

* Individual's information system architectures 

* Development of solutions for individual use 

* Accumulating technologies for creating a quantified-self 

* Personal health devices and health management


More information on the boundaries of the topic area and the submission
process can be found in the full CFP:



Dr. Manuel Trenz
Assistant Professor

University of Augsburg | Faculty of Business and Economics

Chair of Information Systems and Management | Prof. Dr. Daniel Veit





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