DR. PATRICK J. BATEMAN
pjbateman AT ysu DOT edu
Ph.D., Management Information Systems, June 2008, University of Pittsburgh, Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business
M.S., Management Information Systems, 2002, Temple University, Fox School of Business
B.S., Accounting and Finance (double major), 1995, Rutgers University, School of Business
AREAS OF INTEREST
Privacy and Publicness on the Internet
Social and Immersive Computing Environments
(e.g., Virtual Worlds)
Computer Mediated Communication
Business Use of Information Systems
Bateman, P.J., Gray, P.H., and Butler, B.S. 2011 "The Impact of Community Commitment on Conversational Role Behaviors in Online Communities," Information Systems Research (22:4), pp. 841-854.
Berente, N., Hansen, S., Pike, J.C., and Bateman, P.J. 2011. "Arguing the Value of Virtual Worlds: Patterns of Discursive Sensemaking of an Innovative Technology," Management Information Systems Quarterly (23:3), pp. 685-709.
Bateman, P.J., Keilor, B.D., Pike, J.C., and Butler, B.S. 2011. "Social Marketing: Lessons for Managing Social Media Initiatives," Innovative Marketing (7:3), pp. 73-81
Bateman, P., Pike, J.C., and Butler, B.S. 2011. "To Disclose or Not: Publicness in Social Networking Sites," Information, Technology, & People (24:1), pp. 78-100.
Kasuganti, R.R., Navlakha, S.J., and Bateman, P.J. 2011. "Culture's Consequences: Aligning Strategic Is Planning with MNE Regional Strategy," Journal of Global Business Development (3:1), pp. 50-59.
Hansen, S., Berente, N., Pike, J.C., and Bateman, P.J. 2009. "Productivity and Play in Organizations: Executive Perspectives on the Real-World Organizational Value of Immersive Virtual Environments," Artifact (2:3).