In the last issue of Volume 14, I explained how Behaviour and Information Technology publishes papers in a variety of form ats and styles, not just experimental studies. The rest of that issue contained a variety of styles of paper including field studies, theoretical analyses and models, short papers and reviews. However, in this issue, we have a preponderance of experim ental studies from the USA, UK and France with one Australian case study. To reinforce the point that non-experimental papers are entirely welcome, we start with that case study in a section devoted to papers from a sociotechnical perspective.
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