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2006a; Mora, Cervantes, Gelman, Forgionne, & Cano, 2006b; Mora, Gelman, O’Connor, Alvarez, & Macías, 2007b) and is developed under the following rationale: (1) the engineering, management, and research complexity of the issues involved with the emergent CITOS is beyond the scope of the traditional monodisciplinary and reductionistic view of IS (from proposition P1); (2) the IS discipline is so fragmented that it has become in disconnected islands in a knowledge sea; and (3) an interdisciplinary, systemic approach (Ackoff, 1960) provides the adequate philosophical paradigm and methodological research tool to cope with the phenomena of interest.

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A further exploration into information systems development: The evolution of multiview2. Information Technology & People, 11(2), 124-139. , & Fitzgerald, B. (2001). A systemic framework for the field of information systems. The DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems, 32(2), 46-67. Bar-Yam, Y. (2003a). When systems engineering fails: Toward complex systems engineering. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Systems, Man & Cybernetics (pp. 2021-2028). Piscataway, NJ: IEEE Press.

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