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รุจเรขา วิทยาวุฑฒิกุล 2011/04/09 11:00

รวมรายชื่อทฤษฎีต่างๆ (Theories, metatheories, models) ที่ใช้ในการวิจัยทางสารสนเทศศาสตร์ (Information Science) ระบบสารสนเทศ Information Systems (IS) และศาสตร์อื่นๆ ที่เกี่ยวข้อง

A

  1. Absorptive capacity theory
  2. Acitivity theory
  3. Actor network theory
  4. Adaptive structuration theory
  5. Administrative behavior, theory of
  6. Agency theory
  7. Agosti's two-level hypertext retrieval model (Maristella Agosti)
  8. Alienation theory
  9. Argumentation theory
  10. Attitude theory
  11. Attribution theory

B

  1. Bandura's social cognitive theory (Albert Bandura, 1989)
  2. Bayesian regression theory
  3. Behavioral decision theory
  4. Behaviorist learning theory
  5. Belkin's ASK (Anomalous States of Knowledge) (Nicholas Belkin, 1977)
  6. Benford's law
  7. Berger & Luckman's social construction
  8. Big 6 skills for information problem solving (Eisenberg and Berkowitz, 1990)
  9. Boisot's approach to the political economy of information
  10. Boundary object theory
  11. Bourdieu's sociological theory based on his conception of “fields”
  12. Bradford's law of scattering (Bradford, 1948)
  13. Briet's document
  14. Brookes equation for information science (Bertram C. Brookes, 1968)
  15. Bruner's theory of instruction

C

  1. Cameron's organizational effectiveness models
  2. Cannibalism theory
  3. Chang's browsing (Shan-Ju L. Chang, 1995)
  4. Chatman's information poverty (Elfreda Chatman, 1996)
  5. Chatman's insider-outsider effect theory
  6. Chatman's life in the round (Elfreda Chatman, 1999)
  7. Chaos theory
  8. Chen's conceptual model for storage and retrieval
  9. Chomsky's syntactic rules
  10. Classical model of information retrieval (Rijsbergen (1979)
  11. Clifford's cultural relativity theory
  12. Cognitive dissonance theory
  13. Cognitive fit theory
  14. Cognitive load theory
  15. Cognitive model of information searching (Sutcliffe & Ennis, 1998)
  16. Communication theory
  17. Competitive strategy (Porter)
  18. Complexity theory
  19. Congruity theory
  20. Constructivist approach to learning
  21. Contingency theory
  22. Critical theory of the Media (Herbert Marcuse)
  23. Critical theory of technology (Feenberg’s)
  24. Critical realism theory
  25. Critical social theory
  26. Critical success factors, theory of

D

  1. Dale's cone of experience
  2. de Saussure's semiotics
  3. de Solla Price's invisible colleges
  4. Decision theory
  5. Deferred action, theory of
  6. Delone and McLean IS success model
  7. Dervin's sense-making (Brenda Dervin)
  8. Dempster-Shafer theory of evidence
  9. Deutsch's cycles of diffusion theory
  10. Dewey's theory of pragmatics
  11. Diffusion of innovations theory
  12. Disconfirmation theory
  13. Discourse theory
  14. Domain analysis theory (Hjorland and Hanne Albrechtsen, 1995)
  15. Dynamic capabilities

E

  1. Ecological approach
  2. Economics theory
  3. Education evaluation theory
  4. Efthimiadis & Robertson's interactive feedback theory
  5. Egghe's information production process
  6. Ellis's Information seeking behaviour model (David Ellis, 1993)
  7. Embodied social presence theory
  8. Equity theory
  9. Evolutionary theory
  10. Expectation confirmation theory
  11. Experiential approach to learning

F

  1. Faibisoff and Ely's principle of least effort
  2. Feminism theory
  3. Feminist theory
  4. Fishbein & Ajzen's theory of reasoned action
  5. Fit-Viability theory
  6. Flow theory
  7. Foucault's notion of power and knowledge
  8. Foucault's social constructivism
  9. Freud's theory of psychoanalysis
  10. French theory
  11. Froehlich's relevance theory
  12. Functionalism
  13. Fuzzy set theory

G

  1. Game theory
  2. Garbage can theory
  3. Garfield's citation indexing theory (Eugene Garfield, 1983)
  4. Garfinkle's ethnomethodology
  5. General deterrence theory
  6. General systems theory
  7. General theory for management information systems
  8. Gidden's structuration theory
  9. Ginsberg & Venkatraman's organizational structure theory
  10. Glaser & Strauss's grounded theory
  11. Goodhue's technology to performance model
  12. Graph theory
  13. Greek stemmer algorithm

H

  1. Habermas's communicative action theory
  2. Habernas's discourse or dialogue democracy
  3. Harter's psychological relevance (Stephen P. Harter)
  4. Heany's cataloguing theory
  5. Heaps' law
  6. Hermeneutics (Ricouer)
  7. Hjorland's theory of subjects and subject analysis (Birger Hjorland, 1998)

I

  1. Illusion of control
  2. Impression management, theory of
  3. Ingwersen's cognitive information retrieval (IR) model (Peter Ingwersen, 1999)
  4. Ingwersen's interactive information retrieval (IIR) model (Peter Ingwersen, 1992)
  5. Ingwersen's theory of knowledge structures
  6. Information activities in work tasks (Bystrom, 1995)
  7. Information exploration paradigm
  8. Information Foraging Theory (Pirollo & Card, 1995, 1999)
  9. Information processing theory
  10. Institutional Ethnography (Dorothy Smith, 1987)
  11. Interest group behavior theory
  12. International information systems theory
  13. Iser's reader response theory
  14. Izard's evolutionary-development view of emotion

J

  1. Johnson–Laird's mental models theory

K

  1. Kelly's Personal Construct Theory (George Kelly, 1963)
  2. Knowledge-based theory of the firm
  3. Krikelas's model of Information seeking behaviour (James Krikelas, 1983)
  4. Kuhn's scientific revolutions / paradigm shifts (Thomas Kuhn, 1996)

L

  1. Language action perspective
  2. Learning theory
  3. Lemon Market Theory
  4. Liang's basic entity model of information theory
  5. Lincoln & Guba's theory of truth
  6. Loose coupling theory
  7. Lotka's law

M

  1. Management fashion theory
  2. Markov chain theory
  3. Marx's value–labor theory
  4. Media richness theory
  5. Media synchronicity theory
  6. Mellon's library anxiety (Constance A. Mellon, 1986)
  7. Merton's insiders outsiders theory
  8. Minsky's frame theory
  9. Modal aspects, theory of
  10. Moore's Law
  11. Multi-attribute utility theory
  12. Multiple constituencies model of organizational effectiveness

N

  1. Newtonian physics theory
  2. Neo-marxism

O

  1. Organizational culture theory
  2. Organizational information processing theory
  3. Organizational knowledge creation
  4. Organizational learning theory
  5. Organization theory
  6. Ortega hypothesis

P

  1. Paisley's systems model
  2. Phase model of burnout
  3. Piaget's child development theory
  4. Portfolio theory
  5. Postmodernism
  6. Pragmatics
  7. Probability theory
  8. Process virtualization theory
  9. Prospect theory
  10. Punctuated equilibrium theory

R

  1. Ranganathan's bibliographic classification theory
  2. Real options theory
  3. Relational database model/theory
  4. Resource-based view of the firm
  5. Resource dependency theory
  6. Rhetorical structure theory
  7. Rocchio & Salton's vector space model
  8. Roger's diffusion theory
  9. Rough set theory

S

  1. Salton's vector space model (VSM) (Gerard Salton)
  2. Sandstrom's foraging theory
  3. Saracevic's interactive IR process model
  4. Saracevic's theory of relevance
  5. Savolainen's everyday life information seeking
  6. Self-efficacy theory
  7. Sense-making theory (Brenda Dervin's)
  8. Serebnick's conceptual framework for research on selection and censorship
  9. SERVQUAL
  10. Schamber et al.'s theory of relevance (Linda Schamber)
  11. Shannon's mathematical theory of communication
  12. Sichel's generalized inverse Gaussian–Poisson process for informetric modeling
  13. Simon's theory of intelligence, design, and choice
  14. Simon–Yule distribution
  15. Social capital theory
  16. Social cognitive theory
  17. Social exchange theory
  18. Social impact theory
  19. Social learning theory
  20. Social network theory
  21. Social shaping of technology
  22. Socio-technical theory
  23. Soergel's user-centered approach to indexing
  24. Soft systems theory
  25. Speech-act theory
  26. Stakeholder theory
  27. Statistics anxiety
  28. Stress and coping theory
  29. Structuration theory
  30. Symbolic interactionism
  31. Swanson's undiscovered public knowledge

T

  1. Task closure theory
  2. Task-technology fit
  3. Taylor's value addedness
  4. Taylor's information needs / Information seeking and use (Robert S. Taylor)
  5. Tague–Sutcliffe's theory of information measurement
  6. Technological frames of reference
  7. Technology acceptance model
  8. Technology acceptance model
  9. Technology dominance, theory of
  10. Technology-organization-environment framework
  11. Theoretical aspects of multivariate data
  12. Theory of planned behavior
  13. Theory of reasoned action
  14. Time series analysis
  15. Transaction cost economics
  16. Transactive memory theory

U

  1. Uncertainty theory
  2. Unified theory of acceptance and use of technology
  3. Usage control model
  4. Uses and gratification theory

V

  1. Vickery & Vickery's information theory
  2. Vygotsky's cognition and sociocultural development theory

W

  1. Weick's Information Systems Theory
  2. Weick's sense-making (Karl E. Weick)
  3. Wiggenstein's central role of language
  4. Wilson's cognitive authority theory (Patrick Wilson, 1983)
  5. Wilson's situational relevance (Patrick Wilson)
  6. Wilson's information seeking / information process (T.D. Wilson)
  7. Wiener's cybernetics
  8. Work systems theory

Y

  1. Yield shift theory of satisfaction

Z

  1. Zipf's law : Human Behavior and the Principle of Least Effort (George Kingsley Zipf, 1949)

“Working with conceptual frameworks and empirical research has never been easy” – Chatman, 1996.

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