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AMCIS 2024 Mini-Track CFP: The Digital Transformation of Emotional Experiences at Work

  • 1.  AMCIS 2024 Mini-Track CFP: The Digital Transformation of Emotional Experiences at Work

    Posted 13 days ago

    Dear colleagues,

    We invite you to submit to the AMCIS 2024 mini-track: The Digital Transformation of Emotional Experiences at Work. 

    As a part of the future of work in a digital world track, our mini-track aims to highlight perspectives on how digital media transform the interaction of technology and emotions in non-traditional, digitalized workplaces at various levels (e.g., individual, interactional, team, systemic, and/or organizational). 

    We welcome a wide range of content, including theory (blue ocean theorizing, theory-generative literature synthesis, etc.), qualitative and quantitative approaches, methodological pieces, and design science. Example topics include but are not limited to:

    - IS-borne theorizing on emotions
    - Emotions and emotional interactions in online and hybrid teams (interaction/collective level)
    - Emotional experiences of remote/hybrid workers (individual level)
    - Emotional carry-over between work and life
    - Mental health and wellbeing in new work environments (hybrid, remote workplaces)
    - Positive emotions and well-being
    - Burnout and occupational stress
    - Psychological and sensory experiences in the digitized/virtual work environments
    - Affect-driven digital artifacts and systems
    - New forms of affective communication (AI-augmented communication, chatbots) at work
    - Ethical considerations of new ways of communicating emotions

    The submission deadline is March 1st, 2024 (10AM ET). You can find more information about submission guidelines at: 

    Please reach out to the mini-track chairs if you have any questions. We look forward to your contributions!

    Mini-track co-chairs:
    Maylis Saigot, Copenhagen Business School,
    Sangmi Kim, University of Michigan,
    Rob Gleasure, Copenhagen Business School,