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Prof Andrew Basden
Prof Andrew Basden
postal addressSalford Business School, Maxwell Building, 5th floor, room 507, University of Salford, Salford , Manchester, M5 4WT.
email addressa.basden@salford.ac.uk
telephone+44 (0)161 295 2913
website addresshttp://www.basden.salford.ac.uk
Key Memberships
Full Member of Research Centre: Business and Management Research Centre
From September 2015 to present.
Full Member of Research Centre: Information Systems Organisation & Society
From September 2009 to July 2012.
Member of College: College of Business & Law
From October 2012 to August 2015.
Profile Summary

Philosophy:  Dooyeweerd`s cosmonomic philosophy (and Habermas` social theory)  applied to all the following

  • Information systems in use - at all levels [HCI, virtual reality, benefits, harm, success and failute]
  • Information systems development
  • Information systems and society
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  • Knowledge Representation
  • Artificial Intelligence
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  • Environmental sustainability
  • Sustainable business

For the Dooyeweerd Pages see:   www.dooy.info 

 For the most up-to-date information about my publications, research, teaching, and my c.v., please click the following link:   <  www.basden.salford.ac.uk/cv/publications.html   >

  and for my whole C.V. see  <www.basden.salford.ac.uk/cv/  >

For my main work website, containing details of all my activity, and other links, see: <www.basden.salford.ac.uk  > 

 

Key Projects
2005
Oct
Religious Roots of Information Systems
Templeton/Metanexus, £7,895.00.
Principal Investigator: A Basden (78%). Co-Investigators: M Burke (12%), A Adam (10%).
2005
Mar
Leverhulme Chair - Prof Heinz K Klein
Leverhulme Trust, £45,000.00.
Investigator: A Basden (100%).
2003
Aug
Distributed Programmable Authorisation (DPA) API
EPSRC, £191,316.00.
Investigators: A Basden (50%), D Chadwick (50%).
Key Publications
Authored Books
Refereed Journal Articles
Other Journal Articles
Book Sections
Edited Books
Other Publications
Key Presence
Invited Papers and Lectures
2011
Aug

Invited response to philosophical discussion of organisations

2011
Jun

Explicitly Christian input into disciplines that is not imposing religion onto them.

2011
Jun

Showing how sciiences and a Christian worldview can coexist and  enrigh each other.

2011
Jun
2011
Apr

A philosophical foundation for understanding IS based on Dooyeweerd

2009
Apr

Suggesting a new way of identifying disciplines, using the philosophy of Dooyeweerd: his notion of spheres of meaning.

Subsequently rewritten for Int. J. Info. Mgmt, 2010.)

2007
Jan