Assessing online ethnography as a form of interpretive research in information systems. / Loureiro-Koechlin, Cecilia; Córdoba-Pachón, José-Rodrigo .

The School of Management, Royal Holloway University of London, 2012.

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Assessing online ethnography as a form of interpretive research in information systems. / Loureiro-Koechlin, Cecilia; Córdoba-Pachón, José-Rodrigo .

The School of Management, Royal Holloway University of London, 2012.

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Loureiro-Koechlin C, Córdoba-Pachón J-R. Assessing online ethnography as a form of interpretive research in information systems. The School of Management, Royal Holloway University of London. 2012 Jan 12.

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Loureiro-Koechlin, Cecilia ; Córdoba-Pachón, José-Rodrigo . / Assessing online ethnography as a form of interpretive research in information systems. The School of Management, Royal Holloway University of London, 2012.

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