Amber Young
Amber Young
Sam M. Walton College of Business, University of Arkansas
Verified email at walton.uark.edu
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Are Social Media Emancipatory or Hegemonic? Societal Effects of Mass Media Digitization
SM Miranda, A Young, E Yetgin
MIS Quarterly 40 (2), 303-329, 2016
1032016
Using ICT for social good: Cultural identity restoration through emancipatory pedagogy
AG Young
Information Systems Journal 28 (2), 340-358, 2018
482018
Digital organizing for social impact: Current insights and future research avenues on collective action, social movements, and digital technologies
A Young, L Selander, E Vaast
Information and Organization 29 (3), 100257, 2019
202019
Cultural production of protest frames and tactics: Cybermediaries and the SOPA movement
E Yetgin, AG Young, SM Miranda
International conference on information systems, 2012
192012
Giving voice to the voiceless: The use of digital technologies by marginalized groups
J Ortiz, A Young, M Myers, D Carbaugh, RT Bedeley, H Chughtai, ...
Communications of the AIS 45, DOI: 10.17705/1CAIS.04502, 2019
122019
Venture Signals and Social Media Buzz in Crowdfunding: Are" Buzzworthy" Projects Worth the Hype?
JD Summers, L Chidambaram, AG Young
2016 49th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), 3515-3524, 2016
112016
Cultural identity restoration and purposive website design: A hermeneutic study of the Chickasaw and Klamath tribes
AG Young, SM Miranda
2014 47th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 3358-3367, 2014
112014
Gamification and brand engagement on Facebook: An exploratory case study
J Summers, A Young
Americas conference on information systems, 2016
72016
Emotional labor in the moderation of online communities
A Young, S Miranda, J Summers
International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), 2013
72013
It’s not what you think: Gender bias in information about Fortune 1000 CEOs on Wikipedia
A Young, AD Wigdor, G Kane
International conference on information systems, 2016
62016
Avoiding an Oppressive Future of Machine Learning: A Design Theory for Emancipatory Assistants
GC Kane, AG Young, A Majchrzak, S Ransbotham
MIS Quarterly, 2021
5*2021
Demarginalizing interdisciplinarity in IS research: Interdisciplinary research in marginalization
H Chughtai, M Myers, AG Young, T Borsa, V Cardo, O Demirkol, ...
Communications of the Association for Information Systems 46 (1), 296-315, 2020
52020
Theorizing human and bot co-production effects on information quality
A Young, A Wigdor, G Kane
International conference on information systems, 2018
42018
Studying the Other or becoming the Other: engaging with indigenous peoples in IS research
MD Myers, H Chughtai, E Davidson, P Tsibolane, AG Young
Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 1-14, 2020
22020
Cyberactivism as Emancipatory Pedagogy: The Case of the Five Tribes Freedmen
E Young, A Young
Americas conference on information systems, 2019
22019
Emancipation Research in Information Systems: Integrating Agency, Dialogue, Inclusion, and Rationality Research
AG Young, Y Zhu, V Venkatesh
HICSS 58, 17, 0
2*
“Ideal Speech” on Wikipedia: Balancing Social Marginalization Risks and Social Inclusion Benefits for Individuals and Groups
A Young, A Wigdor
Proceedings of the 54th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2574, 2021
12021
The Gender Bias Tug-of-War in a Co-creation Community: Core-Periphery Tension on Wikipedia
AG Young, AD Wigdor, GC Kane
Journal of Management Information Systems 37 (4), 1047-1072, 2020
12020
Introduction to the Minitrack on Social Movements, Collective Action and Social Technologies
A Young, J Summers, C Coursaris
Proceedings of the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2019
12019
The Hegemony of Treating Students Like Machines: Insights from Emancipatory Theories and Human-Machine Functions
A Young, E Young, RM Farley
americas conference on information systems, 2019
12019
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