Isolation and Emotions in the Workplace: The Influence of Perceived Media Richness and Virtuality
Pallud, Jessie; Elie-dit-Cosaque, Christophe (2008), Isolation and Emotions in the Workplace: The Influence of Perceived Media Richness and Virtuality, 14th Americas Conference on Information Systems AMCIS 2008 : Learning from the past & charting the future of the discipline, 2008-08, Toronto, Canada
TypeCommunication / Conférence
Conference title14th Americas Conference on Information Systems AMCIS 2008 : Learning from the past & charting the future of the discipline
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Abstract (EN)Remote work and intensive use of Information Technologies (IT) are increasingly common in organizations. At the same time, professional stress seems to develop. However, IS research has paid little attention to the relationships between these two phenomena. The purpose of this research in progress is to present a framework that introduces the influence of (1) new spatial and temporal constraints and of (2) intensive use of IT on employee emotions at work. Specifically, this paper relies on virtuality (e.g. Chudoba et al. 2005) and media richness (Daft and Lengel 1984) theories to determine the emotional consequences of geographically distributed work.
Subjects / KeywordsIsolation; Workplace; Virtuality
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