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David Alan Chapman (2017-07-14) What Can We Say about Information? Agreeing a Narrative, In Proceedings of the DIGITALISATION FOR A SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY. Embodied, Embedded, Networked, Empowered through Information, Computation & Cognition
Magnus Ramage, David Alan Chapman and Patrick K. C. Wong (2016-11-07) Editorial, In Kybernetes 10(45), Emerald
David Alan Chapman (2016-02) Measuring Information, In Images of Europe Past, Present and Future. ISSEI 2014, Universidade Católica Editora
David Alan Chapman (2016-02) Information and Religion, In Images of Europe - Past, Present, Future. ISSEI 2014, Universidade Católica Editora
David Alan Chapman (2016) Comment on Floridi’s The Ethics of Information, In APA Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers 2(15)
Alexander Chapman and David Alan Chapman (2015-06-23) The Role of Information and Values in the Participatory Analysis of Social-Ecological Systems, In The Difference That Makes a Difference (DTMD 2015)
David Alan Chapman (2014) Information is provisional, In Kybernetes 6(43)
Magnus Ramage, Professor Christopher Charles Bissell and David Alan Chapman (2013-01) Editorial: Living in a time of change, In Kybernetes 1(42)
Allan Jones, Professor Christopher Charles Bissell and David Alan Chapman (2012-09-28) Open resources for case studies and assignments, In EADTU (European Association of Distance Teaching Universities) 25th Annual Conference 2012 ‘The role of open and flexible education in European higher education systems for 2020: new models, new markets, new media’
David Alan Chapman and Magnus Ramage (2012) Introduction: The difference that makes a difference, In tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique 1(11)