Literature


You can find all used literature references in the various publications linked in the Resources section. However, the following literature domains have been the most important for me concerning Social Business Documents:

Documentary Practice

Included concepts:

  • Document Theory
    • Otlet (1914): three-dimensional objects
    • Briet (1951): antelope in the zoo
    • Buckland (1998): digital documents
    • Levy (2001): cultural background
    • Lund (2009)
  • Documentality and social objects (Ferraris 2014, 2012, 2007)
  • Neo-Documentalist (Börjesson et al. 2016)
  • Document for Actions (Zacklad 2004; Choksy 2015,)
  • Lifecycle of Documents (Choksy 2006; Sprague 1995; Williams 2015)
  • Documents as Records

Enterprise Information Management

Especially including document management and existing systems. Example researchers are:

  • Logan, 2006
  • vom Brocke et al., 2011
  • Olsen et al., 2012
  • Tyrväinen et al., 2006
  • Asprey and Middleton, 2003
  • Miles, 2011

Enterprise Collaboration Systems

Enterprise Collaboration Systems as closed platforms used within and in house a company and being part of Social Software (Schubert and Williams, 2013).

Document Modelling

  • Document Engineering: Glushko and McGrath, 2002, 2005
  • (UML) Class diagrams
  • ER-diagrams
  • (UML) activity diagrams
  • Metadata models