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    • Considerations in Grounded Theory Research Method: A reflection on the lessons learned 

      Mavetera, Nehemiah; Kroeze, Jan H (2010)
      This paper is a discussion on the practical issues faced by Information Systems (IS) professionals when they employ Grounded Theory Method (GTM) in Information Systems research. Various strands of GTM are in use, all of ...
    • Constructing an XML database of linguistics data 

      Kroeze, Jan H; Bothma, T J D; Matthee, M C (2010)
      A language-oriented, multi-dimensional database of the linguistic charactersitics of the Hebrew text of the Old Testament can enable researchers to do ad hoc queries. XML is a suitable technology to transform free text ...
    • The mutualistic relationship between information systems and the humanities 

      Kroeze, Jan H (IBIMA, 2010)
      The paper explores the nature of the relationship between the study fields of Information Systems and the humanities. Although literature on Humanities Computing states in principle that there is a bidirectional, beneficial ...
    • Ontology goes postmodern in ICT. 

      Kroeze, Jan H (ACM Press, 2010)
      This paper investigates the move from philosophical ontology to information systems ontologies. Ontology has traditionally been (and still is) a philosophical discipline that studies the nature of existence. In a certain ...
    • The role of an ICT research professor in South Africa 

      Kroeze, Jan H; Pretorius, P D; Roode, J D (Sprouts Alliance, 2010)
      Until recently it has been assumed that all lecturers at tertiary institutions should teach, conduct research and do community service. Due to heavy teaching loads, this assumption has become evident as a very idealistic ...