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Sabrina Mommolin
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* Membres du Comité de lecture de NETCOM – Members of NETCOM Scientific committee.

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Développement durable – Sustainable development

ATTOUR A., DEPRET M.-H. (2016), « Les TIC vertes au service d’un écosystème plus durable ? », I2D – Information, données & documents, vol. 53, N° 1, pp. 34-35.

CHUANG S.-P., HUANG S.-J. (2016), “The Effect of Environmental Corporate Social Responsibility on Environmental Performance and Business Competitiveness: The Mediation of Green Information Technology Capital”, Journal of Business Ethics, pp. 1-19.

FLIPO F., DELTOUR F., et al. (2016), « Les technologies de l’information à l’épreuve du développement durable », Natures Sciences Sociétés, vol. 24, N° 1, pp. 36-47.

HAN B., WANG D., et al. (2016), “Effect of information and communication technology on energy consumption in China”, Natural Hazards, pp. 1-19.

JACOBS C., RIVETT U., et al. (2016), “Designing for Engagement: A Case Study of an ICT Solution for Citizen Complaints Management in Rural South Africa”, In Information Technology in Environmental Engineering: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Information Technologies in Environmental Engineering (ITEE 2015), MARX GÓMEZ J., SCHOLTZ B., Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 65-74.

KASSEM G., ZENKER N., et al. (2016), “Collaborative Network Platform Solution for Monitoring, Optimization, and Reporting of Environmental and Energy Performance of Data Center”, In Information Technology in Environmental Engineering: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Information Technologies in Environmental Engineering (ITEE 2015), MARX GÓMEZ J., SCHOLTZ B, Cham: Springer International Publishing: pp. 89-99.

KURIAN M., ARDAKANIAN R., et al. (2016), Resources, services and risks: how can data observatories bridge the science-policy divide in environmental governance?, Switzerland: Springer,. 87 p. ISBN-13: 978-3319287041

SHARMA R., FANTIN A.-R., et al. (2016), “Digital literacy and knowledge societies: A grounded theory investigation of sustainable development”, Telecommunications Policy, vol. 40, N° 7, pp. 628-643.

Developpement rural - Rural development

BAUMÜLLER H. (2016), “Agricultural Service Delivery Through Mobile Phones: Local Innovation and Technological Opportunities in Kenya”, In Technological and Institutional Innovations for Marginalized Smallholders in Agricultural Development, GATZWEILER W. F., VON BRAUN J., Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 143-162.

ČIK V. K., ŽAGAR D., et al. (2016), “Broadband ecosystem elements in techno-economic modelling and analysing of broadband access solutions for rural areas”: Elementi širokopojasnog ekosustava pri tehno-ekonomskom modeliranju i analiziranju širokopojasnih pristupnih rješenja za ruralna područja, vol. 23, N° 1, pp. 279-290.

MISHRA G. (2016), “Telecentres as a medium for good governance in rural India”, International Business: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, pp. 911-927.

PARK S. (In Press, Corrected Proof), “Digital inequalities in rural Australia: A double jeopardy of remoteness and social exclusion”, Journal of Rural Studies.

WALLACE C., VINCENT K., et al. (In Press, Corrected Proof), “Information technology and social cohesion: A tale of two villages”, Journal of Rural Studies.

Fracture numérique – Digital divide / Aide au developpement- ICT4dev

ANDOH-BAIDOO F. K. (2016), “Organizational Information and Communication Technologies for Development”, Information Technology for Development, vol. 22, N° 2, pp. 193-204.

BORNMAN E. (2016), “Information society and digital divide in South Africa: results of longitudinal surveys”, Information, Communication & Society, vol. 19, N° 2, pp. 264-278.

CAMPOS R., ARRAZOLA M., et al. (2016), “Economic crisis and benefits of the Internet: differentiated Internet usage by employment status”, Economics of Innovation and New Technology, pp. 1-26.

FIFE E., PEREIRA F. (2016), “The promise and reality: Assessing the gap between theory and practice in ICT4D”, Telecommunications Policy, vol. 40, N° 7, pp. 595-601.

FUKAO K., IKEUCHI K., et al. (2016), “Why was Japan left behind in the ICT revolution?”, Telecommunications Policy, vol. 40, N° 5, pp. 432-449.

GAGLIARDONE I. (2016), The Politics of Technology in Africa Communication: Development, and Nation-Building in Ethiopia, New York: Cambridge University Press,
ISBN: 9781107177857

GONZALES A. (2016), “The contemporary US digital divide: from initial access to technology maintenance”, Information, Communication & Society, vol. 19, N° 2, pp. 234-248.

GRUBESIC T. H., MACK E. A. (2016), Broadband telecommunications and regional development, Abingdon; Oxon; New York: Routledge, 206 p.
ISBN-13: 978-1138013919

HARRIS R. W. (2016), “How ICT4D Research Fails the Poor”, Information Technology for Development, vol. 22, N° 1, pp. 177-192.

KATZ V. S., GONZALEZ C. (2016), “Toward Meaningful Connectivity: Using Multilevel Communication Research to Reframe Digital Inequality”, Journal of Communication, vol. 66, N° 2, pp. 236-249.

SADOK M., CHATTA R., et al. (2016), “ICT for development in Tunisia: “Going the last mile””, Technology in Society, vol. 46, pp. 63-69.

SALEMINK K. (2016), “Digital margins: Social and digital exclusion of Gypsy-Travelers in the Netherlands”, Environment and Planning A, vol. 48, N° 6, pp. 1170-1187.

SUJARWOTO S., TAMPUBOLON G. (2016), “Spatial inequality and the Internet divide in Indonesia 2010–2012”, Telecommunications Policy, vol. 40, N° 7, pp. 602-616.

Géographie économique - Economical geography

HASAN S., FAGGIAN A., et al. (2016), “Agglomeration Economies or Selection? An Analysis of Taiwanese Science Parks”, International Regional Science Review.

HOFMAN A., ARAVENA C., et al. (2016), “Information and communication technologies and their impact in the economic growth of Latin America, 1990–2013”, Telecommunications Policy, vol. 40, N° 5, pp. 485-501.

LEBERT D. (2016), « Théorie de la dominance économique et flux intra-et inter-territoriaux de connaissances technologiques », Innovations, vol. 50, N° 2, pp. 43-63.

OLADIPO O., MURPHY A., et al. (2016), “Information and communication technology, and economic growth in Nigeria: A time series analysis”, International Journal of Technology, Policy and Management, vol. 16, N° 2, pp. 149-162.

RENAULT S. (2016), « Le crowdsourcing au service de la collecte d’informations marketing : le cas Clic and Walk », Innovations, vol. 50, N° 2, pp. 163-189.

TUZZOLINO P. (2016), « De la stratégie d’Orange à la mise en place de méthodes d’évaluation pour le secteur des technologies de l’information et de la communication », Annales des Mines - Responsabilité et environnement, vol. 82, N° 2, pp. 97-98.

WESTERMAN G., BONNET D., et al. (2016), Gagner avec le digital comment les technologies numériques transforment les entreprises, [Paris] : Diateino, 320 p. ISBN-13 : 978-2354562151

WORLD BANK (2016), World Development Report 2016: Digital Dividends, Washington, DC: World Bank, 359 p.: [Available at] < http://documents.worldbank.org/​curated/​en/​896971468194972881/​pdf/​102725-PUB-Replacement-PUBLIC.pdf >

ZERBE R., FUMIA D., et al. (2016), “An Analysis of Benefits from Use of Geographic Information Systems by King County, Washington”, Journal of the Urban & Regional Information Systems Association, Vol 27, N° 1, pp. 13-27.

Géographie des TIC – Geography of ICTs

ABDALLA R. (2016), Introduction to Geospatial Information Communication Technology Introduction to Geoict, Springer International Publishing: XXI, 143 p. ISBN: 978-3-319-33602-2

ADAMS P. C. (2016), “Geographies of media and communication I: Metaphysics of encounter”, Progress in Human Geography.

*BAKIS H. (2016), « Pour l’aménagement d’espaces sans brouillard électromagnétique », In Paché Gilles, El Khayat Mustapha (2016), Invitation aux flux. Entre transport et espace, Coll. Travail et Gouvernance, Presses Universitaire de Provence, pp. 143–150. ISBN: 9791032000397

BEAUGUITTE L., GRASLAND C., et al. (2016), « Espaces géographiques et représentations médiatiques », L’Espace géographique, vol. 45, N° 1, pp. 1-4.

BITTNER C. (2016), “Diversity in volunteered geographic information: comparing OpenStreetMap and Wikimapia in Jerusalem”, GeoJournal, pp. 1-20.

BRITO S. R. d., DA SILVA A. d. S., et al. (2016), “Concentration of Access to Information and Communication Technologies in the Municipalities of the Brazilian Legal Amazon”, PLoS ONE, vol. 11, N° 4, pp. 1-21.

COPE M., LEE B. H. Y. (2016), “Mobility, Communication, and Place: Navigating the Landscapes of Suburban U.S. Teens”, Annals of the American Association of Geographers, vol. 106, N° 2, pp. 311-320.

DEPREZ S., *VIDAL P. (2016), “Drives des villes versus drives des champs : les nouveaux territoires du commerce alimentaire”, In DESSE R.-P. et LESTRADE S., Mutations de l’espace marchand, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, pp. 29-44. ISBN: 978-2-7535-4899-2

GEORG I., BLASCHKE T., et al. (2016), “New spatial dimensions of global cityscapes: From reviewing existing concepts to a conceptual spatial approach”, Journal of Geographical Sciences, vol. 26, N° 3, pp. 355-380.

HUGGINS C., FROSINA N. (2016), “ICT-driven projects for land governance in Kenya: disruption and e-government frameworks”, GeoJournal, pp. 1-21.

*KELLERMAN A. (2016), Geographic Interpretations of the Internet, Springer International Publishing, 121 p. ISBN: 978-3319338033

KHANNA P. (2016), Connectography: mapping the future of global civilization, New York: Random House, 496 p. ISBN-13: 978-0812988550

LE TEXIER M., DEVES M. H., et al. (2016), « La couverture médiatique des séismes à l’ère numérique », L’Espace géographique, vol. 45, N° 1, pp. 5-24.

LEIBOLD J. (2016), “Han cybernationalism and state territorialization in the People’s Republic of China”, China Information, vol. 30, N° 1, pp. 3-28.

LIU J., LI J., et al. (2016), “Rethinking big data: A review on the data quality and usage issues”, ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, N° 115, pp. 134-142.

MEI-PO K. (2016), “Algorithmic Geographies: Big Data, Algorithmic Uncertainty, and the Production of Geographic Knowledge”, Annals of the American Association of Geographers, vol. 106, N° 2, pp. 274-282.

ROSE G. (2016), “Rethinking the geographies of cultural ‘objects’ through digital technologies”, Progress in Human Geography, vol. 40, N° 3, pp. 334-351.

SHELTON T. (2016), “Spatialities of data: mapping social media ‘beyond the geotag’”, GeoJournal, pp. 1-14.

SMYTH C. (2016), “Chapter 12 - ‘Where’ Matters: Keeping Apace with Geo-Ubiquity in a Digital World A2 - Baker, David”, Digital Information Strategies, EVANS W., Chandos Publishing, pp. 167-183.

TER MINASSIAN H. (2016), “Space invaders : les pratiques de jeux vidéo dans les espaces domestiques”, Annales de géographie, vol. 707, N° 1, pp. 51-73.

YU S.-C., SHIN D.-B., et al. (2016), “A study on concepts and utilization of Geo-Spatial Big Data in South Korea”, KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering, pp. 1-9.

Gouvernance - Governance

CALOGHIROU Y., PROTOGEROU A., et al. (2016), “Public procurement for innovation: A novel eGovernment services scheme in Greek local authorities”, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, vol. 103, pp. 1-10.

CONTEH C., SMITH G. (2016), “Towards an interactive e-government system in sub-Saharan Africa: Prospects and challenges”, In: International Business: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, pp. 2171-2186.

FOUNTAIN J. E. (2016), “Digital Government”, In: Handbook of Science and Technology Convergence, BAINBRIDGE S. W., ROCO C. M., Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 781-793.

GUILLAMON M.-D., RIOS A.-M., et al. (In Press, Corrected Proof), “Factors influencing social media use in local governments: The case of Italy and Spain”, Government Information Quarterly.

HIKWA L., MAISIRI E. (2016), “Enabling instruments for digital access and e-government in Zimbabwe”, International Business: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, pp. 867-879.

HONG S., KIM S. H. (In Press, Corrected Proof), “Political polarization on twitter: Implications for the use of social media in digital governments”, Government Information Quarterly.

JOHNS F. (2016), “Global governance through the pairing of list and algorithm”, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, vol. 34, N° 1, pp. 126-149.

LINDNER R., AICHHOLZER G., et al. (2016), Electronic Democracy in Europe Prospects and Challenges of E-Publics, E-Participation and E-Voting, Cham: Springer International Publishing, XVIII, 195 p. ISBN: 978-3-319-27417-1

MAHMOOD Z. (2016), Cloud computing technologies for connected government, Hershey PA, IGI Global, 417 p. ISBN-13: 978-1466686298

OBHOLZER L., DANIEL W. T. (2016), “An online electoral connection? How electoral systems condition representatives’ social media use”, European Union Politics, vol. 17, N° 3, pp. 387-407.

OJO A., MELLOULI S. (In Press, Corrected Proof), “Deploying governance networks for societal challenges”, Government Information Quarterly.

OYEKUNLE R. A., AKANBI-ADEMOLAKE H. B. (2016), “An overview of e-government technological divide in developing countries”, In: International Business: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, pp. 1-15.

TRIVIÑO R. D. (2016), State of open government data as a process in Ecuador. 2016 3rd International Conference on eDemocracy and eGovernment, ICEDEG 2016.

VASSIL K., SOLVAK M., et al. (In Press, Corrected Proof), “The diffusion of internet voting usage patterns of internet voting in Estonia between 2005 and 2015”, Government Information Quarterly.

VIRKAR S. (2016), “Wired for change? Information and communication technologies shaping public administrative reform for development in Karnataka, India”, In International Business: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, pp. 791-815.

WIRTZ B. W., DAISER P. (2016), “A meta-analysis of empirical e-government research and its future research implications”, International Review of Administrative Sciences.

WOHLERS T. E., BERNIER L. L. (2016), Setting sail into the age of digital local government: trends and best practices, New York: Springer Science+Business Media, XI, 123 p. ISBN: 978-1-4899-7663-5

ZHANG, J., LUNA-REYES L. F., et al. (2016), Information, models, and sustainability: policy informatics in the age of big data and open government, Cham: Springer, XV, 180 p. ISBN: 978-3-319-25437-1

ZHENG Y. (2016), “The impact of E-participation on corruption: a cross-country analysis”, International Review of Public Administration, pp. 1-13.

Innovations technologiques - Technological innovations

ALLEMAND S. (2016), « Innovation et territoire : l’exemple de Paris-Saclay », Marché et organisations, vol. 25, N° 1, pp. 67-85.

ASUMING-BREMPONG S., OWUSU A. B., et al. (2016), “Technological Innovations for Smallholder Farmers in Ghana”, Technological and Institutional Innovations for Marginalized Smallholders in Agricultural Development, GATZWEILER W. F., VON BRAUN J., Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 369-396.

BAINEE J., LE GOFF R. (2016), “Le « marché augmenté » de l’énergie, des transports et du numérique”, Innovations, vol. 50, N° 2, pp. 95-118.

BARLATIER P.-J. et al. (2016), « Innovation et numérique : dossier », Revue française de gestion, vol. 1, N° 254, 188 p.

CUSINATO A., PHILIPPOPOULOS-MIHALOPOULOS A. E. (2016), Knowledge-creating Milieus in Europe: Firms, Cities, Territories, Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, XLVIII, 376 p. ISBN: 978-3-642-45172-0

ELOUAER-MRIZAK S., PICARD F. (2016), « Dynamique technologique et politique régionale d’innovation : l’apport de l’analyse statistique des réseaux », Innovations, vol. 50, N° 2, pp. 13-41.

GLENN J. C. (2016), “Collective Intelligence Systems”, Handbook of Science and Technology Convergence, BAINBRIDGE S. W., ROCO C. M., Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 53-64.

JHA A. K., BOSE I. (2016), “Innovation research in information systems: A commentary on contemporary trends and issues”, Information & Management, vol. 53, N° 3, pp. 297-306.

LAZZERETTI L., CAPONE F. (In Press, Corrected Proof), “How proximity matters in innovation networks dynamics along the cluster evolution. A study of the high technology applied to cultural goods”, Journal of Business Research.

LOSHKOVSKA S., KOCESKI S. E. (2016), ICT Innovations 2015: Emerging Technologies for Better Living, Springer International Publishing, XVIII, 296 p.
ISBN: 978-3-319-25731-0

READES J. (2016), “Location and Innovation”, Sir Peter Hall: Pioneer in Regional Planning, Transport and Urban Geography, KNOWLES D. R., ROZENBLAT C., Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 21-35.

SCHWAB K. (2016), The fourth industrial revolution, Geneva, Switzerland: World Economic Forum, 198 p. ISBN-13: 978-1944835002

SUIRE R. (2016), « La performance des lieux de cocréation de connaissances. Le cas des FabLabs », Réseaux, vol. 196, N° 2, pp. 81-109.

Réseaux sociaux – Social networks

DEAN M. (2016), “Political acclamation, social media and the public mood”, European Journal of Social Theory, 18 p.

DE MAUPEOU F., CHEVALIER T. (2016), « La finance participative, produit des médias sociaux, est-elle en train de bouleverser les pratiques du financement ? », Annales des Mines - Réalités industrielles, Février, N° 1, pp. 46-49.

FERRARI E. (2016), “Social media for the 99%? Rethinking social movements’ identity and strategy in the corporate web 2.0”, Communication and the Public, vol. 1, N° 2, pp. 143-158.

HOELIG S. (2016), “Social participation in online news usage in Europe and its underlying causes: Individual versus structural factors”, European Journal of Communication.

HOPKE J. E., GABAY I., et al. (2016), “Mobile phones and political participation in Colombia: Mobile Twitter versus mobile Facebook”, Communication and the Public, vol. 1, N° 2, pp. 159-173.

JUNGHERR A., SCHOEN H., et al. (2016), “Digital Trace Data in the Study of Public Opinion: An Indicator of Attention Toward Politics Rather Than Political Support”, Social Science Computer Review.

KIM Y.-C., SHIN E.-K. (2016), “Localized Use of Information and Communication Technologies in Seoul’s Urban Neighborhoods”, American Behavioral Scientist vol. 60, N° 1, pp. 81-100.

KOC-MICHALSKA K., LILLEKER D. G., et al. (2016), “The normalization of online campaigning in the web.2.0 era”, European Journal of Communication.

KOELET S., DE VALK H. A (2016), “Social networks and feelings of social loneliness after migration: The case of European migrants with a native partner in Belgium”, Ethnicities.

LEE H. P., HONG D.-P., et al. (2016), “Analysis of the characteristics of expressway traffic information propagation using Twitter”, KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering, pp. 1-11.

MAKAREM N. P. (2016), “Social networks and regional economic development: the Los Angeles and Bay Area metropolitan regions, 1980–2010”, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, vol. 34, N° 1, pp. 91-112.

MANETTI G., BELLUCCI M., et al. (2016), “Stakeholder Engagement and Public Information Through Social Media: A Study of Canadian and American Public Transportation Agencies”, The American Review of Public Administration.

PENG X., ZHAO Y., et al. (2016), “Investigating user switching intention for mobile instant messaging application: Taking WeChat as an example”, Computers in Human Behavior, vol. 64, pp. 206-216.

RAJA-YUSOF R.-J., NORMAN A.-A., et al. (2016), “Cyber-volunteering: Social media affordances in fulfilling NGO social missions”, Computers in Human Behavior, vol. 57, pp. 388-397.

REYCHAV I., NDICU M., et al. (2016), “Leveraging social networks in the adoption of mobile technologies for collaboration”, Computers in Human Behavior, vol. 58, pp. 443-453.

RICE E. S., HAYNES E., et al. (2016), “Social media and digital technology use among Indigenous young people in Australia: a literature review”, International Journal for Equity in Health, vol. 15, N° 1, pp. 1-16.

SILVA A. d. S. d.,. BRITO S. R. d, et al. (2016), “Social Network Analysis and Mining to Monitor and Identify Problems with Large-Scale Information and Communication Technology Interventions”, PLoS ONE, vol. 11, N° 1, pp. 1-19.

SOBACI M. Z. (2016), Social media and local governments: theory and practice, Cham: Springer, 335 p. ISBN-13: 978-3319177212

STIRLING, E. (2016), “‘I’m Always on Facebook!’: Exploring Facebook as a Mainstream Research Tool and Ethnographic Site”, In: Digital Methods for Social Science: An Interdisciplinary Guide to Research Innovation, SNEE H., HINE C., MOREY Y., ROBERTS S., WATSON H., London: Palgrave Macmillan UK, pp. 51-66.

VAN DER VLIST F. N. (2016), “Accounting for the social: Investigating commensuration and Big Data practices at Facebook”, Big Data & Society, vol. 3, N° 1, 16 p.

VROMEN A., LOADER B. D., et al. (2016), “Everyday Making through Facebook Engagement: Young Citizens’ Political Interactions in Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States”, Political Studies.

Société de l’information – Information society

AGUILERA A., LETHIAIS V., et al. (2016), « Le télétravail, un objet sans désir ? », Revue d’Économie Régionale & Urbaine, Février, N° 1, pp. 245-266.

AUGIER M. (2016), La société numérique comment le numérique transforme notre façon de comprendre le monde, Paris : l’Harmattan, 257 p. ISBN : 978-2-343-06666-0

BEER D. (2016), “How should we do the history of Big Data?”, Big Data & Society, vol. 3, N° 1, 10 p.

CHAYKO M. (2016), Superconnected: the Internet, digital media, and techno-social life, Los Angeles: SAGE, 272 p. ISBN-13: 978-1452268798

ELIE-DIT-COSAQUE C. M.-O., PALLUD J. (2016), Les stratégies individuelles d’adaptation aux technologies, Paris : Lavoisier, 100 p.

FELT M. (2016), “Social media and the social sciences: How researchers employ Big Data analytics”, Big Data & Society, vol. 3, N° 1, 15 p.

GREEN A. E. (2016), “Implications of technological change and austerity for employability in urban labour markets”, Urban Studies.

*JAUREGUIBERRY F., LACHANCE J. (Eds.) (2016), Le voyageur hypermoderne : Partir dans un monde connecté, Toulouse : Eres, 150 p. (Sociologie clinique)
ISBN-13 : 978-2749251165

KIYINDOU A. (2016), Les sciences de l’information et de la communication par-delà les frontières, Paris : l’Harmattan, 290 p. ISBN : 978-2-343-07509-9

KLIMOVA B., SIMONOVA I., et al. (2016), “Older people and their attitude to the use of information and communication technologies – A review study with special focus on the Czech Republic (older people and their attitude to ICT)”, Educational Gerontology, vol. 42, N° 5, pp. 361-369.

KWON S. E. (2016), Gerontechnology: Research, Practice, and Principles in the Field of Technology and Aging, Springer Publishing Company, 600 p. ISBN-13: 978-0826128881

LANG V., HILLMERT S. (2016), “Differential trends in households’ connection to the Internet: An actor-centered explanation”, Rationality and Society, vol. 28, N° 2, pp. 141-171.

LEE J. (2016), The Impact of ICT on Work, Singapore: Springer, VIII, 218 p.
ISBN 978-981-287-611-9

LORVO F. (2016), Numérique de la révolution au naufrage ?, Paris : Fauves Éditions, 134 p. ISBN : 979-10-302-0026-3

MANKOU B. A., ESSONO T. (2016), L’impact des TIC dans les processus migratoires féminins en Afrique centrale cas des cybermigrantes maritales du Cameroun actes du colloque international de Yaoundé 2014, 10 au 11 avril 2014, Paris : l’Harmattan, 244 p.
ISBN : 978-2-343-08085-7

MBANZA E. C. (2016), Vie sociale des objets communicationnels dans les marges une ethnographie de l’ordinaire des technologies de communication dans les bidonvilles de Kibera (Nairobi) et Pikine (Dakar), Sous la direction de Suzanne de Cheveigné, Thèse de doctorat en Sciences de l’information et de la communication, Paris : EHESS : 493 p.

MEZRIOUI R., TOUATI Z. (Sous la dir. de) (2016), Médias et technologies numériques au sud de la Méditerranée : constructions identitaires et interculturalités, Paris : L’Harmattan, 250 p. ISBN : 978-2-343-08310-0

NEWELL B. C., GOMEZ R., et al. (2016), “Information seeking, technology use, and vulnerability among migrants at the United States–Mexico border”, The Information Society, vol. 32, N° 3, pp. 176-191.

NIE P., SOUSA-POZA A., et al. (2016), “Internet Use and Subjective Well-Being in China”, Social Indicators Research, pp. 1-28.

PAN J., DONG H. (2016), “How and Why Do People Adopt ICT Products? A Preliminary Model Based on Literature Review”, Designing Around People: CWUAAT 2016, LANGDON P., LAZAR J., HEYLIGHEN A., DONG H., Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 127-136.

PASSARELLI B., STRAUBHAAR J. D., et al. (2016), Handbook of research on comparative approaches to the digital age revolution in Europe and the Americas, Hershey PA, USA: IGI Global, 531 p. ISBN-13: 978-1466687400

QUAN-HAASE, A., MARTIN K., et al. (2016), “Interviews with digital seniors: ICT use in the context of everyday life”, Information, Communication & Society, vol. 19, N° 5, pp. 691-707.

RENNARD J.-P. (2016), Darknet mythes et réalités, Paris : Ellipses, 192 p.
ISBN : 9782340011908

RICCIARDI F., HARFOUCHE A. E. (2016), Information and Communication Technologies in Organizations and Society, Springer International Publishing, XIII, 336 p.
ISBN 978-3-319-28906-9

VINCK D. (2016), Humanités numériques : La culture face aux nouvelles technologies, Paris : le Cavalier Bleu éditions, 161 p. ISBN-13 : 978-2846708883

XINARIS C. (2016), “The individual in an ICT world”, European Journal of Communication, vol. 31, N° 1, pp. 58-68.

ZETLAOUI T. (2016), La société numérique, Paris : l’Harmattan, 132 p.
ISBN : 978-2-343-09098-6

Telemedecine – E-health

COLLOC J., HÉNOQUE B. (2016), « Enjeux du big data et identifications des données médicales », Les Cahiers du numérique, vol. 12, N° 1, 216 p.

PANICKER N. V., KUMAR A. S. (2016), “Tablet PC Enabled Body Sensor System for Rural Telehealth Applications”, International Journal of Telemedicine & Applications, pp. 1-9.

PETERSSON J. (2016), “Technospatialities and telehealthcare: unfolding new spaces of visibility”, Information, Communication & Society, vol. 19, N° 6, pp. 824-842.

QURESHI S. (2016), “Creating a Better World with Information and Communication Technologies: Health Equity”, Information Technology for Development, vol. 22, N° 1, pp. 1-14.

SAHAY S. (2016), “Are we Building a Better World with ICTs? Empirically Examining this Question in the Domain of Public Health in India”, Information Technology for Development, vol. 22, N° 1, pp. 168-176.

Téléphonie mobile - Mobile phone

BLUMENSTOCK J. E., EAGLE N., et al. (2016), “Airtime transfers and mobile communications: Evidence in the aftermath of natural disasters”, Journal of Development Economics, N° 120, pp. 157-181.

DERKS D., BAKKER A. B., et al. (2016), “Work-related smartphone use, work–family conflict and family role performance: The role of segmentation preference”, Human Relations, vol. 69, N° 5, pp. 1045-1068.

DYSON L. E., GRANT S., et al. (2016), Indigenous people and mobile technologies, New York: London: Routledge, 354 p. ISBN-13: 978-1138793316

ELI K., DOLAN C., et al. (2016), “Mobile activism, material imaginings, and the ethics of the edible: Framing political engagement through the Buycott app”, Geoforum, vol. 74, pp. 63-73.

ELLISON A. B., ELLISON R. B., et al. (2016), “Spatiotemporal Identification of Trip Stops from Smartphone Data”, Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, pp. 1-17.

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RAMACHANDER S. (2016), “The price sensitivity of mobile use among low income households in six countries of Asia”, Telecommunications Policy, vol. 40, N° 7, pp. 673-691.

RE CALEGARI G., CARLINO E., et al. (In Press, Corrected Proof), “Filtering and windowing mobile traffic time series for territorial land use classification”, Computer Communications, 14 p.

SEPTEMBER U., FATUKUBONYE U., et al. (2016), “Contribution of Mobile Phones to Township Livelihood Outcomes in the Western Cape Province of South Africa”, In: Information Technology in Environmental Engineering: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Information Technologies in Environmental Engineering (ITEE 2015), MARX GÓMEZ J., SCHOLTZ B., Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 1-15.

SIMON J. P. (2016), “How Europe missed the mobile wave”, info, vol. 18, N° 4, pp. 12-32.

TAYLOR L. (2016), “No place to hide? The ethics and analytics of tracking mobility using mobile phone data”, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, vol. 34, N° 2, pp. 319-336.

WANG X., VAN ELZAKKER C. P. J. M. et al. (2016), “User Requirements Analysis for a Mobile Augmented Reality Tool Supporting Geography Fieldwork”, In: Progress in Cartography: EuroCarto 2015, GARTNER G., JOBST M., HUANG H., Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 433-450.

YUAN Y., RAUBAL M. (2016), “Exploring Georeferenced Mobile Phone Datasets - A Survey and Reference Framework”, Geography Compass, vol. 10, N° 6, pp. 239-252.

YUAN Y., RAUBAL M. (2016), “Analyzing the distribution of human activity space from mobile phone usage: an individual and urban-oriented study”, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, vol. 30, N° 8, pp. 1594-1621.

Tourisme et TIC - Digital tourism

BOES K., BUHALIS D., et al. (2016), “Smart tourism destinations: ecosystems for tourism destination competitiveness”, International Journal of Tourism Cities, vol. 2, N° 2, pp. 108-124.

CHUNG N., LEE H. (2016), “Sharing economy in geotag: What are the travelers’ goals sharing their locations by using geotags in social network sites during the tour?”, International Journal of Tourism Cities, vol. 2, N° 2, pp. 125–136.

DHAIGUDE A. S., KAPOOR R., et al. (2016), “A conceptual model for adoption of information communication technology in the travel and tourism industry”, Tourism Recreation Research, vol. 41, N° 1, pp. 49-59.

INVERSINI A., SCHEGG R. (Eds.) (2016), Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2016, Cham: Springer International Publishing, XV, 792 p.
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MARIANI M. M., DI FELICE M., et al. (2016), “Facebook as a destination marketing tool: Evidence from Italian regional Destination Management Organizations”, Tourism Management, vol. 54, pp. 321-343.

PANAGIOTOPOLOUS G., MISTHOS L.-M. et al. (2016), “Beyond Existing e-Tourism for Mountains: Findings from the Case of Zagori, Greece”, In: Sustainable Mountain Regions: Challenges and Perspectives in Southeastern Europe, KOULOV B., ZHELEZOV G., Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 123-136.

RAUN J., AHAS R., et al. (2016), “Measuring tourism destinations using mobile tracking data”, Tourism Management, vol. 57, pp. 202-212.

SEZGIN E. (Ed.) (2016), e-Consumers in the Era of New Tourism, Springer Singapore, X, 139 p. ISBN: 978-981-10-0085-0

WILTSHIER P., CLARKE A. (2016), “Virtual cultural tourism: Six pillars of VCT using co-creation, value exchange and exchange value”, Tourism and Hospitality Research.

YUAN Y., MEDEL M. (2016), “Characterizing International Travel Behavior from Geotagged Photos: A Case Study of Flickr”, PLoS ONE, vol. 11, N° 5, pp. 1-18.

Transport / Mobilité – Transport / Mobility

ALAM M., FERREIRA J., et al. (Eds.) (2016), Intelligent Transportation Systems: Dependable Vehicular Communications for Improved Road Safety, Springer International Publishing, 270 p. ISBN-13: 978-3319281810

BARRILE V., POSTORINO M. N. (2016), “GPS and GIS Methods to Reproduce Vehicle Trajectories in Urban Areas”, Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, vol. 223, pp. 890-895.

CHENG M. C. B., WANG J. J. (2016), “An integrative approach in measuring hub-port supply chain performance: Potential contributions of a logistics and transport data exchange platform”, Case Studies on Transport Policy, vol. 4, N° 2, pp. 150-160.

COHEN-BLANKSHTAIN G., ROTEM-MINDALI O. (2016), “Key research themes on ICT and sustainable urban mobility”, International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, vol. 10, N° 1, pp. 9-17.

DE GENNARO M., PAFFUMI E., et al. (In Press, Corrected Proof), “Big Data for Supporting Low-Carbon Road Transport Policies in Europe: Applications, Challenges and Opportunities”, Big Data Research, 15 p.

HUNTER R. H., ANDERSON L. A., et al. (2016), Community Wayfinding: Pathways to Understanding, Springer International Publishing, XIV, 282 p.
ISBN: 978-3-319-31070-1

ISAACSON M., SHOVAL N., et al. (2016), “Compliance and data quality in GPS-based studies”, Transportation, vol. 43, N° 1, pp. 25-36.

LAMI I. M., FRANCO L. A. (2016), “Exploring the Affordances of Collaborative Problem-Solving Technologies in the Development of European Corridors”, In: Integrated Spatial and Transport Infrastructure Development: The Case of the European North-South Corridor Rotterdam-Genoa, DREWELLO H., SCHOLL B., Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 65-80.

MAINZER K., HUBER V., et al. (2016), “Communication, Mobility and Logistics”, In: Global Stability through Decentralization? In Search for the Right Balance between Central and Decentral Solutions, WILDERER P. A., GRAMBOW M., Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 165-180.

MENDIZABAL J., BERBINEAU M., et al. (2016), Communication Technologies for Vehicles: 10th International Workshop, Nets4Cars/Nets4Trains/Nets4Aircraft 2016, San Sebastián, Spain, June 6-7, 2016, Proceedings, Springer International Publishing, XII, 187 p. ISBN: 978-3-319-38920-2

RONALD N., ARENTZE T., et al. (2016), “Towards process validation for complex transport models: A sensitivity analysis of a social network-enhanced activity-travel model”, Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, vol. 55, pp. 24-32.

SCHWANEN T. (2016), “Geographies of transport II: Reconciling the general and the particular,” Progress in Human Geography.

VAN WEE B. (2016), “Accessible accessibility research challenges”, Journal of Transport Geography, vol. 51, pp. 9-16.

WANG Y. (2016), E-logistics: managing your digital supply chains for competitive advantage, London; Philadelphia: Kogan Page, 536 p. ISBN-13: 978-0749472665

WEISER P., SCHEIDER S., et al. (2016), “Towards sustainable mobility behavior: research challenges for location-aware information and communication technology”, GeoInformatica, vol. 20, N° 2, pp. 213-239.

WINTER S., CHEN X., et al. (2016), “Current computational transportation science”, GeoInformatica, vol. 20, N° 2, pp. 151-157.

ZHAI Q., CAO X., et al. (2016), “The interactions between e-shopping and store shopping in the shopping process for search goods and experience goods”, Transportation, pp. 1-20.

ZHONG C., BATTY M., et al. (2016), “Variability in Regularity: Mining Temporal Mobility Patterns in London, Singapore and Beijing Using Smart-Card Data”, PLoS ONE, vol. 11, N° 2, pp. 1-17.

Villes et TIC – ICT and cities

ARANYA R., VAIDYA C. (2016), “Planning Education for a Smart Urban India”, Urban and Regional Planning Education: Learning for India, KUMAR A., MESHRAM S. D., GOWDA K., Singapore, Springer Singapore, pp. 33-45.

BATTARRA R., GARGIULO C., et al. (2016), “Planning in the era of Information and Communication Technologies. Discussing the « label: Smart » in South-European cities with environmental and socio-economic challenges”, Cities, vol. 59, pp. 1-7.

BATTY M. (2016), “Creative Destruction, Long Waves and the Age of the Smart City”, In: Sir Peter Hall: Pioneer in Regional Planning, Transport and Urban Geography, KNOWLES D. R., ROZENBLAT C., Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 81-97.

BENEDIKT O. (2016), “The Valuable Citizens of Smart Cities: The Case of Songdo City”, Graduate Journal of Social Science, vol. 12, N° 2, pp. 17-36.

BIFULCO F., TREGUA M., et al. (2016), “ICT and sustainability in smart cities management”, International Journal of Public Sector Management, vol. 29, N° 2, pp. 132-147.

BORRUSO G., DEFEND V. (2016), “Mapping a City’s Activity. A Project of Volunteered Geographic Information Using Mobile Mapping Collection”, In: Progress in Cartography: EuroCarto 2015, GARTNER G., JOBST M., HUANG H., Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 391-411.

CALDWELL G. A., SMITH C. H., et al. (2016), Digital futures and the city of today: new technologies and physical spaces, 196 p. ISBN-13: 978-1783205608

CHEN Y., YAN F., et al. (2016), “Local name, global fame: The international visibility of Chinese cities in modern times”, Urban Studies.

CHIRISA I. (2016), “Peri-urbanisation and Appropriate Technology in Harare, Zimbabwe: Putting the Grassroots Housing Model to Task”, In: Peri-Urban Developments and Processes in Africa with Special Reference to Zimbabwe, Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 37-52.

DEBNATH R., AMIN A. N. (2016), “A geographic information system-based logical urban growth model for predicting spatial growth of an urban area”, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, vol. 43, N° 3, pp. 580-597.

DEL BUSTO PINZÓN D. F., DE SOUZA F. T. (2016), “A data based model as a metropolitan management tool: The Bogotá-Sabana region case study in Colombia”, Land Use Policy, vol. 54, pp. 253-263.

EFTHYMIOPOULOS M.-P. (2016), “Cyber-security in smart cities: the case of Dubai”, Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, vol. 5, N° 1, pp. 1-16.

FIRMINO R., DUARTE F. (2016), “Private video monitoring of public spaces: The construction of new invisible territories”, Urban Studies, vol. 53, N° 4, pp. 741-754.

GIL-GARCIA J. R., PARDO T. A., et al. (2015), Smarter as the New Urban Agenda: A Comprehensive View of the 21st Century City, Springer International Publishing, XXII, 392 p. ISBN: 978-3-319-17619-2

HATUKA T., TOCH E. (2016), “Being visible in public space: The normalisation of asymmetrical visibility”, Urban Studies.

HAYAT P. (2016), “Smart Cities: A Global Perspective”, India Quarterly: A Journal of International Affairs.

HELFERT M., KREMPELS K. H., et al. (2016), Smart Cities, Green Technologies, and Intelligent Transport Systems: 4th International Conference, SMARTGREENS 2015, and 1st International Conference VEHITS 2015, Lisbon, Portugal, May 20-22, 2015, Revised Selected Papers, Springer International Publishing, XII, 323 p.
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HOELSCHER K. (2016), “The evolution of the smart cities agenda in India”, International Area Studies Review, vol. 19, N° 1, pp. 28-44.

KALRA R. (2016), “High Technology and Sociospatial Change in Bengaluru: A Mixed-Method Approach”, In: Spatial Diversity and Dynamics in Resources and Urban Development: Volume II: Urban Development, DUTT K. A., NOBLE G. A., COSTA J. F., THAKUR R. R., THAKUR K. S., Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands, pp. 261-290.

KLIMENT T., CETL V., et al. (2016), “Interoperable Volunteered Geographic Information Empowering e-Governance Processes: Case Study for Land Use Dataset in the City of Zagreb”, In: Progress in Cartography: EuroCarto 2015, GARTNER G., JOBST M., HUANG H., Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 373-390.

KRIVÝ M. (2016), “Towards a critique of cybernetic urbanism: The smart city and the society of control”, Planning Theory.

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MAGEE L. (2016), “Refabricating the City”, In: Interwoven Cities, London: Palgrave Macmillan UK, pp. 89-111.

MCQUIRE S. (2016), Geomedia, Networked Cities and the Politics of Urban Space, Wiley, 160 p. ISBN: 978-0-7456-6076-9

MEIJER A., BOLÍVAR M. P. R. (2016), “Governing the smart city: a review of the literature on smart urban governance”, International Review of Administrative Sciences, vol. 82, N° 2, pp. 392-408.

MUSIL R., EDER J. (2016), “Towards a location sensitive R&D policy. Local buzz, spatial concentration and specialisation as a challenge for urban planning – Empirical findings from the life sciences and ICT clusters in Vienna”, Cities, vol. 59, pp. 20-29.

PAIN K., VAN HAMME G., et al. (2016), “Global networks, cities and economic performance: Observations from an analysis of cities in Europe and the USA”, Urban Studies, vol. 53, N° 6, pp. 1137-1161.

PARTANEN J. (2016), “Liquid planning, wiki-design—Learning from the Case Pispala”, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design.

QIN X., ZHEN F., et al. (2016), “Centralisation or decentralisation ? Impacts of information channels on residential mobility in the information era”, Habitat International, vol. 53, pp. 360-368.

REZEANU C.-I., BRICIU A., et al. (2016), “The Influence of Urbanism and Information Consumption on Political Dimensions of Social Capital: Exploratory Study of the Localities Adjacent to the Core City from Brașov Metropolitan Area, Romania”, PLoS ONE, vol. 11, N° 1, pp. 1-24.

RIFFAT S., POWELL R., et al. (2016), “Future cities and environmental sustainability”, Future Cities and Environment, vol. 2, N° 1, pp. 1-23.

ROCHE S. (2016), “Geographic information science III: Spatial thinking, interfaces and algorithmic urban places-Toward smart cities”, Progress in Human Geography.

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