Social Networking Communities and E-Dating Services: Concepts and Implications: Concepts and Implications

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Romm Livermore, Celia, Setzekorn, Kristina
IGI Global, 31 août 2008 - 424 pages
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E-dating is now among the largest global e-commerce sectors, allowing for interaction that was once not possible. Despite its dominance in the e-commerce market and society, it is almost completely absent from the information systems research literature.

Social Networking Communities and E-Dating Services: Concepts and Implications rectifies the absence of e-dating literature in the academic community by incorporating research from around the world, addressing the many aspects of e-dating and establishing it as a new research discipline. This unique collection of high quality international articles contributes toward the legitimization of e-dating as an area of research in e-commerce.

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Dr. Celia Romm Livermore is Professor at Wayne State University and the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of E-Politics (IJEP). She published seven books: Virtual Politicking (1999), Electronic Commerce: A Global Perspective (1998), Doing Business on the Internet (1999), Self-Service on the Internet (2008), Social Networking Communities and eDating Services (2008), Gender and Social Computing: Interactions, Differences and Relationships (2011), and E-Politics and Organizational Implications of the Internet: Power, Influence and Social Change (2012), and over 200 journal articles, book chapters, and conference papers. Her research was published in The Harvard Business Review, Communications of the ACM, Information & Management, Transactions on Information Systems and other journals.

Kristina S. Setzekorn is a Financial Advisor with Smith Barney, Inc. in Evansville, IN. She earned her Ph.D. at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, where she majored in MIS and minored in Operations Management. Her MBA is from Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville and B.S. from Iowa State University. In her previous academic career, Dr. Setzekorn taught MIS, Global IT Strategy, Telecommunications, Microeconomics and Operations. Her research dealt with performance impacts of information and coordination, at individual, organizational and supply chain levels. [Editor]

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