ISJ Special Issue has been Published – The Digitization of the Individual

Our Information Systems Journal (ISJ) special issue – The Digitization of the Individual has been published.

Thanks the authors for contributing their excellent works to our special issue:

De Moya, J. F., & Pallud Jessie, From panopticon to heautopticon: A new form of surveillance introduced by quantified‐self practices.

Obi Ogbanufe, & Natalie Gerhart, N. The mediating influence of smartwatch identity on deep use and innovative individual performance.

Prof. Dr. Alexander Benlian, Johannes Klumpe, J., & Oliver Hinz. Mitigating the intrusive effects of smart home assistants by using anthropomorphic design features: A multimethod investigation.

My co-editors, Ofir T. Turel, Christian Matt, and Manuel Trenz, and I have introduced the intertwined three‐layer framework and outlined important perspectives for studying the interactions between technology and the digitised individual. More can be found in our editorial paper: