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Dr Hameed Chughtai PhD

Lecturer in Knowledge and Information Systems Management

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Hameed Chughtai is a Lecturer in Knowledge and Information Systems Management within Southampton Business School at the University of Southampton.

Dr Chughtai is an ethnographer. His area of interest centres on the engagement with information technologies using qualitative research methods, everyday practices and ways of being in the world. In particular, his research explores the changing nature of work and information systems in practice. He is interested in the broader questions of ethics and aesthetics of engagement with technologies in everyday and organisational practices.

His research has appeared in Information Systems Journal and in the proceedings of premier conferences such as International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS) and International Federation for Information Processing Working Group 8.2 (IFIP 8.2).

Dr Chughtai worked in software industry for over thirteen years before joining academe.

Research interests

Dr Chughtai is primarily interested in qualitative research methods and, in particular, critical and interpretive field research. He has expertise in hermeneutic phenomenology and ethnographic field research methods. His area of interest centres on the engagement with information technologies using qualitative research methods, everyday practices and ways of being in the world. In particular, his research explores the changing nature of work and information systems in practice. He is interested in the broader questions of ethics and aesthetics of engagement with technologies in everyday and organisational practices.

He is always happy to discuss possible research collaborations and welcomes any PhD students who are interested in exploring digital technology in topics such as:

  • Digital Emancipation
  • Marginalised and Vulnerable Population
  • Ethical and Moral Aspects of Information Systems
  • Everyday Practices
  • Play Practices
  • Changing Nature of Work Practices
  • Aesthetics and Design of Information Technologies

In his most recent collaborative research, he investigated how digital technologies are shaping the social movements of the indigenous population. The research was funded by World University Network and a collaboration between University of Southampton, University of Auckland (New Zealand), University of of Massachusetts Amherst (USA) and University of Hawai'i at Manoa (USA).

Project Title: The trans-nationalisation of indigenous movements: The role of digital technologies

Research group

CORMSIS: Centre for Operational Research,Management Science and Information Systems

Affiliate research group

Association for Information Systems Special Interest Group on Philosophy

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Dr Hameed Chughtai
Southampton Business School, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton SO17 1BJ, UK

Room Number: 2/5019

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