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Studies in Organisational Semiotics: A Systematic Literature Review

Abstract : Organizational Semiotics (OS) is a discipline that supports analyzing and modeling organizations as Information Systems (IS). This paper investigates the use of OS theories in studies published in the last five years, aiming to identify how researchers have been employing the OS theory and the current approaches derived from OS. In this sense, we conducted a systematic review in four scientific databases. Starting with an initial set of 91 papers, we selected 53 for this review. The results suggest almost twenty new modeling approaches using OS artifacts and ideas. Moreover, the number of publications has been increasing and publications have occurred in several different journals and conference proceedings.
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Maria Souza Santos, Bruna Silva Magalhães Bertãozini, Vânia Neris. Studies in Organisational Semiotics: A Systematic Literature Review. 17th International Conference on Informatics and Semiotics in Organisations (ICISO), Aug 2016, Campinas, Brazil. pp.13-24, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-42102-5_2⟩. ⟨hal-01646574⟩



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