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2018
Thursday, August 16th
12:00 AM

A Look on the Generational Differences in IT Self-Service Engagement

Ibtissam Zaza, Middle Tennessee State University
Deborah Armstrong, Florida State University

12:00 AM

Academic Career Advancement in IS: Does Gender Matter?

Eleanor Loiacono, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Lakshmi Iyer, Appalachian State University
Shiya Cao, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

12:00 AM

An Analysis of Cultural Factors Influencing Career Persistence for Indian Women's ICT Careers

Aparna Venkatesan, University of Sussex

12:00 AM

An Overview of Crowd-based Markets and Racial Discrimination

Lauren Rhue, Wake Forest University

12:00 AM

Gender Difference on Students’ Email Security Behaviors

Jie Du, Grand Valley State University
Gregory Schymik, Grand Valley State University

12:00 AM

Lack of Female Authorship in the High-Impact IS Journals: Where are the Women?

Andrea Everard, University of Delaware
Scott McCoy, William & Mary
Kent St. Pierre, Saint Joseph's University

12:00 AM

Someone On My Level: How Women of Color Describe the Role of Teaching Assistants in Creating Inclusive Technology Courses

Mina Tari, The University of Washington
Hala Annabi, The University of Washington

12:00 AM

The Paradox Evaluation of IT Stereotypes –A Post-hoc Analysis of Women’s Missing Interest in IT Study Programs

Caroline Ernestine Oehlhorn, University of Bamberg

12:00 AM

The Role of Tech Corporations at Historically Black Colleges and Universities in American STEM Education

Curtis Cain, Howard University
Allison Morgan Bryant, Howard University
Carlos Buskey, Howard University
Rajni Goel, Howard University

12:00 AM

The Untold Story: The Masked Experiences of Women with Autism Working in IT

Hala Annabi, The University of Washington

12:00 AM

Understanding the Factors that Hinder Online Civic Participation

Hyerin Kim, University of Texas at Austin
Younghoon Chang, Beijing Institute of Technology
Siew Fan Wong, Sunway University

12:00 AM

What Does it Mean to be Autistic? Examining How Identity Threats and Coping Strategies Influence the ASD Identity through Analysis of Identity Talk in Online Communities

Jennifer Large, University of Arkansas
Christina Serrano, Colorado State University

12:00 AM

Why Marginalized Groups Struggle to Leverage Digital Activism

Jordana J. George, Baylor University
Dorothy E. Leidner, Baylor University and Lund University

12:00 AM