Volume 38, Number 1, March 2014

Editor’s Comments: Design Science Research in Top Information Systems Journals
Paulo Goes (pp. iii-viii)


Research Essay

Reliability Generalization of Perceived Ease of Use, Perceived Usefulness, and Behavioral Intentions
Traci J. Hess, Anna L. McNab, and K. Asli Basoglu (pp. 1-28)


Research Articles

Collaboration Through Open Superposition: A Theory of the Open Source Way
James Howison and Kevin Crowston (pp. 29-50)

Enterprise System Implementation and Employee Job Performance: Understanding the Role of Advice Networks
Tracy Ann Sykes, Viswanath Venkatesh, and Jonathan L. Johnson (pp. 51-72)

Explaining Data-Driven Document Classifications
David Martens and Foster Provost (pp. 73-99)

Social Media, Traditional Media, and Music Sales
Sanjeev Dewan and Jui Ramaprasad (pp. 101-121)

Content Sharing in a Social Broadcasting Environment: Evidence from Twitter
Zhan Shi, Huaxia Rui, and Andrew B. Whinston (pp. 123-142)

Contribution Behavior in Virtual Communities: Cognitive, Emotional, and Social Influences
Hsien-Tung Tsai and Richard P. Bagozzi (pp. 143-163)

Theorization and Translation in Information Technology Institutionalization: Evidence from Danish Home Care
Jeppe Agger Nielsen, Lars Mathiassen, and Sue Newell (pp. 165-186)

Leveraging Philanthropic Behavior for Customer Support: The Case of User Support Forums
Wael Jabr, Radha Mookerjee, Yong Tan, and Vijay S. Mookerjee (pp. 187-208)

Swift Guanxi in Online Marketplaces: The Role of Computer-Mediated Communication Technologies
Carol Xiaojuan Ou, Paul A. Pavlou, and Robert M. Davison (pp. 209-230)

Complementary Online Services in Competitive Markets: Maintaining Profitability in the Presence of Network Effects
Hila Etzion and Min-Seok Pang (pp. 231-248)

Distributed Cognition in Software Design: An Experimental Investigation of the Role of Design Patterns and Collaboration
George Mangalaraj, Sridhar Nerur, RadhaKanta Mahapatra, and Kenneth H. Price (pp. 249-274)


Theory and Review

What’s Different about Social Media Networks? A Framework and Research Agenda
Gerald C. Kane, Maryam Alavi, Guiseppe (Joe) Labianca, and Stephen P. Borgatti (pp. 275-304)


Research Notes

Information Technology Capability and Firm Performance: Contradictory Findings and Their Possible Causes
Ho-Chang Chae, Chang E. Koh, and Victor R. Prybutok (pp. 305-326)