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the organization with the plan of discussing coming to agreement in the form of a policy designed to address a particular issue. References: Freeman, R.E. (1999). Divergent stakeholder theory. Academy of management review, 24(2), 233-236. Bryson, J. (2005). What to do when stakeholders matter. Public Management Review, 6(1), 21-53. Branco, M.C., Rodrigues, L.L. (2007). Positioning stakeholder theory within the debate on corporate social responsibility. Electronic Journal of Business Ethics and Organization Studies, 12(1), 5-15 Paul Benjamin, Lowry,Tamara Dinev and Robert Willison, 2017. Why security and privacy research lie at the centre of the information systems (IS) artefact. European Journal of Information Systems. Volume 26, Issue 6, pp 546–563. Summary: As senior academicians who have worked diligently as part of the global information system (IS) research community, which has struggled to enrich and promote IS research on security
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and privacy, there is one question that makes us cringe, as we frequently see it from reviewers and editors of leading IS journals in their responses to security and privacy manuscripts. Research: Accordingly, in this editorial, we address several salient issues. First, we argue that there remains a fundamental misunderstanding of what the IT artefact is and of its utility in IS research. This misunderstanding may impede the progress of the entire IS field, not just IS security and privacy research. Second, there is still a misguided emphasis on the IT artefact, when the proper emphasis should be on the broader IS artefact.1 We are, after all, not IT but IS researchers. We sometimes wonder if members of our field have forgotten about or disagree on what are information systems and what is our role in researching them. Third, too many IS researchers have little appreciation for the fact that security and privacy are at the centre of the IS artefact.
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  • Winter '18
  • jablonski
  • Corporate social responsibility, Stakeholder analysis, Stakeholder theory

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