Elizabeth J. Davidson

Professor at Information Technology Management, University of Hawai`i at Manoa

Interests: Social implications of information technologies in organizational settings, requirements definition in systems development, and organizational change associated with information technology systems. She is also interested in qualitative methods and discourse analysis. Current research examines blogging as discursive activity and critical analysis of technology discourse in general

CIS Dissertation Committees: Kaveh Abhari (chairperson), Salvatore Aurigemma (member), Gregory H Carlton (member), Sophea Chea (member), Soussan D Djamasbi (member), Patrick Gilbert (member), Tsui-Chuan Lin (chairperson), Margaret Luo (member), Maureen A. MacLeod (chairperson), Paulo Maurin (member), Carleton Allen Moore (member), Thayanan Phuaphanthong (member), John Lee Reardon (chairperson), Rajib Subba (member), Siong Meng Tay (chairperson), Rita Michele Vick (member), Vichianin Yudthaphon (chairperson)

Website: http://davidson.shidler.hawaii.edu/