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dc.contributor.author Phahlamohlaka, J
dc.contributor.author Twinomurinze, H
dc.date.accessioned 2007-08-29T09:08:56Z
dc.date.available 2007-08-29T09:08:56Z
dc.date.issued 2006-09
dc.identifier.citation Phahlamohlaka, J and Twinomurinze, H. 2006. Simulating the implementation of the administrative justice act with ThinkLets and GroupSystems: a comparative analysis from three field studies. Proceedings of the conference on Information Technology in Tertiary education, 18-20 September 2006, pp 11 en
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1186
dc.description 2006 Proceedings of the conference on Information Technology in Tertiary education en
dc.description.abstract Presented in this paper are the results of three simulation exercises performed as part of a series of field studies whose object is the implementation of the Promotion of Administrative Justice Act. The unit of analysis of the study is the process facilitation, which in the context of the field studies and the research design, took the form of AJA awareness raising workshops and the use of a Group Support System (GSS) tool. The notion of a thinkLet was used as a basis for conducting the simulation exercises using Group Systems. Each workshop, which included the GroupSystems simulation exercise, was treated as a single case. These guidelines are effectively used throughout the conduct of this study and to analyse the results of the simulations. The results presented here constitute a one year milestone in a longitudinal project led by the second author en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.subject Group support systems en
dc.subject Administrative Justice Act en
dc.subject ThinkLets en
dc.subject Simulation en
dc.subject Proceedings of the conference on Information Technology in Tertiary education, 18 - 20 September 2006 en
dc.subject Decision Justification en
dc.title Simulating the implementation of the administrative justice act with ThinkLets and GroupSystems: a comparative analysis from three field studies en
dc.type Presentation en


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