How does Technology Influence Online Music Access and Use? A Taxonomy of Empirical Studies

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Title How does Technology Influence Online Music Access and Use? A Taxonomy of Empirical Studies
Author Beekhuyzen, Jenine Peta; Von Hellens, Liisa Annikki
Publication Title Proceedings of the 19th Australasian Conference on Information Systems: Creating the Future: Transforming Research into Practice
Editor Annette Mills
Year Published 2008
Place of publication Christchurch, NZ
Publisher University of Cantebury
Abstract Based on the literature, a taxonomy of empirical studies that investigate online music systems is discussed in this paper. The studies presented discuss a number of related issues such as music sharing, security technologies like digital rights management (DRM), and changing business models. Research into online music systems is inherently cross disciplinary, and two main groups (industry/users) are identified to classify the research. The PhD research that this paper is based on has a user focus, however it is important to explore related groups and issues in order to adequately investigate. Therefore the taxonomy presented in this paper is significant as it provides an informative base from which to conduct further empirical studies into online music systems. To put the taxonomy into context, details of a current ethnography of online music systems is discussed.
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ISBN 9780473145286
Conference name The 19th Australasian Conference on Information Systems
Location Christchurch, New Zealand
Date From 2008-12-03
Date To 2008-12-05
Date Accessioned 2009-03-06
Language en_AU
Faculty Faculty of Science, Environment, Engineering and Technology
Subject Information Systems Development Methodologies; PRE2009-Information Systems Management
Publication Type Conference Publications (Full Written Paper - Refereed)
Publication Type Code e1

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