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Web publishing revisited-a case study of literary websites in Russia

Torlina, Luba and Kazakevitch, Gennadi 2003, Web publishing revisited-a case study of literary websites in Russia, in PACIS 2003 : Proceedings of the Seventh Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, University of Adelaide, Adelaide, S. Aust., pp. 271-284.

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Title Web publishing revisited-a case study of literary websites in Russia
Author(s) Torlina, Luba
Kazakevitch, Gennadi
Conference name Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (7th: 2003: Adelaide, S. Aust.)
Conference location Adelaide, South Australia
Conference dates 11 July 2003
Title of proceedings PACIS 2003 : Proceedings of the Seventh Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems
Editor(s) Hanisch, Jo
Falconer, Horrocks, Hillier
Publication date 2003
Conference series Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems
Start page 271
End page 284
Publisher University of Adelaide
Place of publication Adelaide, S. Aust.
Keyword(s) virtual community
socio-technical interaction
web publishing
interactivity
case study
Summary The concept of web publishing has been widely discussed in IS research literature since the WWW emerged. The discussion in various publications often revolves around the issues of business success and profitability, web design, and effective content presentation. This paper is a study of one of the “unknown” segments of the Internet - a family of websites publishing literary works in the Russian language. We demonstrate that the innovative model adopted by site owners in building the relationships with the site customers, and the information technology selected for the sites can play a crucial role in the success of a web-based venture. Our analysis is based on the concepts of virtual community and socio-technical interaction. We discuss the  contribution of this case not only to the innovative use of the Web-based business models, but also to the new forms of literary life and national  culture. Some of the concepts, principles and practices, adopted on those sites may be of interest to the Internet developers and communities worldwide.
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ISBN 0868039942
9780868039947
Language eng
Field of Research 080602 Computer-Human Interaction
HERDC Research category E1 Full written paper - refereed
Copyright notice ©2003, PACIS
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