Publications

Books

  • Stanton, J., Guzman, I., and Stam, K. (2010). Information Nation: Education and Careers in the Emerging Information Professions. Information Today, Inc., In Press.
  • Stanton, J. and Stam, K. (2006).  The Visible Employee: Using Workplace Monitoring and Surveillance to Protect Information Assets- Without Compromising Employee Privacy or Trust. Information Today, New Bedford, NJ.

Publications (peer-reviewed):

  • Kingston, L.  and Stam, K. (2017). “Recovering from Statelessness: Resettled Bhutanese-Nepali and Karen Refugees Reflect on Lack of Legal Nationality.” The Journal of Human Rights.
  • Stam, K. (under review- Sept. 2016). Book Chapter: “Refugee Perspectives on Identity and Community After Resettlement to the United States.” The Crux of Refugee Resettlement: Rebuilding Social Networks. Berghahn Books.
  • Coughlan, R., Stam, K. & Kingston, L. (2015). “Struggling to Start Over: Human Rights Challenges for Somali-Bantu Refugees in the United States.” The International Journal of Human Rights.
  • Stam, K. (2014). “The Content and Meaning of Northeast Thai Memorial Books in Contemporary Life.” In Sucharithanarugse (ed.) Interpretative Studies on Southeast Asian Culture. Thai Studies, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.
  • Kingston, L. & Stam, K. (2013). “Online Advocacy: Analysis of Human Rights NGO Websites,”  The Journal of Human Rights Practice, Jan. 22, 2012.
  • Stam, K. (2011).  “All You Need Is An Open Mind: Visits to Second Life as part of an online virtual worlds course,” for book Transformation in Teaching: Social Media Strategies in Higher Education-Virtual worlds. Eds. Catheryn Cheal. John Coughlin, and Shaun Moor, E-Lis.
  • Guzman, Indira R.; Galvez, Santos M.; Stanton, Jeffrey M.; and Stam, Kathryn R., “Information Security Practices in Latin America: The case of Bolivia” (2010). AMCIS 2010 Proceedings. Paper 492.  http://aisel.aisnet.org/amcis2010/492
  • Stam, K., Guzman, I. (2010). Book chapter, “Studying Online Communication Features on International Webpages Using Websphere Analysis Methodology,” in Computer-Mediated Communication across Cultures: International Interactions in Online Environments, IGI Global. In Press.
  • Stam, K. and Stanton, J. (2010). Events, Emotions, and Technology: Examining Acceptance of Workplace Technology Changes. Information Technology and People. Received Outstanding Paper Award for this article.
  • Guzman, I. Stam, K., Hans, S. and Angolano, C. (2008). Book chapter, “Human factors in Security: the role of the information security professionals within organizations,” with Indira Guzman and S. Hans, D. K. J. Knapp (Ed.), Cyber-Security and Global Information Assurance: Threat Analysis and Response Solutions: IGI Global.
  • Stam, K. and Scialdone, M. (2008). “Where Dreams and Dragons Meet: An Ethnographic Analysis of Two Examples of Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games (MMORPGs),” Heidelberg Journal of Religions on the Internet Special Issue: Being Virtually Real? Virtual Worlds from a Cultural Studies’ Perspective, 3(1).
  • Guzman, I., Stam, K. and Stanton, J. (2008). “The Occupational Subcultures of IS/IT Personnel Within Organizations,”  ACM SIGMIS Database Journal, 39 (1) Feb.
  • Stanton, J.,  Stam, K., Mastrangelo, P., and Jolton, J. (2005).  “Behavioral Information Security: An Overview, Results, and Research Agenda.” Chapter in AMIS Volume on Human-Computer Interaction in Management Information Systems.
  • Stam, K., Stanton, J., and I. Guzman (2004). “The Local Order and History of Employee Resistance to Information Technology Change in a Social Service Agency: A Membership Category Approach.” Journal of Digital Information Special Issue on the Social Aspects of Digital Information in Organizations.
  • Stanton J., Jolton, J. and Stam, K. (2004). “Analysis of End User Security Behaviors.” Computers and Security.
  • Guzman, I., Stanton, J., Stam, K., Vijayasri, V., Yamodo, I., Zakaria, N., and C. Caldera (2004). “Cultural and Skill Alignment in Organizations: A qualitative study of the occupational subculture of information systems employees in organizations.” Proceedings of the 2004 SIGMIS conference on computer personnel research: Careers, culture, and ethics in a networked environment.
  • Stanton, J., & Stam, K. (2004). Behavioral Information Security: Two end user survey studies of motivation and security practices. AMCIS Proceedings, Paper 175.
  • Stanton, J.M., Stam, K.R., Guzman, I, & Caldera, C.  (2003). “Examining the Linkage between organizational commitment and information security.” Systems, Man, and Cybernetics. IEEE International Conference. 3: p. 2501-2506.
  • Stam, K. & Stanton, J.M. (2003). “Examining Personal and Cultural Assumptions about Information Technology Using a Technology Abstinence Exercise.”  Journal of Information Systems Education, 15 (1).
  • Stanton, J.M. and K. Stam (2003). “Information Technology, Privacy, and Power within Organizations: A Merger of Boundary Theory and Social Exchange Perspectives.”  Surveillance and Society, Vol. 2, Spring.
  • Zakaria, N., Stanton, J., and Stam, K. (2003). Exploring security and privacy issues in hospital information system: An Information Boundary Perspective. AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings, 1059.
  • Elkins, D., Dole, L.,  Maticka-Tyndale, E. and Kathryn Stam (1998).  “Relaying the message  of safer sex: Condom races for community-based skills training. Health Education Research. 13 (3): 357-379.
  • Stam, K., Elkins, D., Dole, L., and Somboonsuk, B. (1997). “Letters to loved ones: please don’t bring HIV home.”  World Health Forum, 18.
  • Maticka-Tyndale, E., Elkins, D., Haswell-Elkins, M., Rujkarakorn, D., Kuyyakanond,  T., and K. Stam (1997). “Contexts and Patterns of Men’s Commercial Sexual Partnerships in Northeast Thailand.” Social Science and Medicine, 44 (2).

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