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Green Digits: Towards an Ecology of IT Thinking  

Pierre Berthon, Philip DesAutels, M. Brian Donnellan, and Cynthia Clark Williams

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Jul 2011
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Sep 2011
This article highlights the paradoxes of information technology (IT) and IS and the promise of these as one of the solutions to our ecological dilemma. Some of these paradoxes include the ... More

The interrelations between online and offline: Questions, issues, and implications  

Shani Orgad

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Feb 2009
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Sep 2009
Questions of literacy raise questions of the nature of the relationship between what goes on on-line and what off-line. A wide range of areas where this agenda has been identified has been ... More

Knowledge Integration in Product Development Projects: A Contingency Framework  

Lars Lindkvist

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Feb 2011
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May 2011
There seem to be basically two different ways of managing this problematic—one which relies on the principle of promoting “knowledge base similarity,” and a second one that favors the ... More

New media literacies: At the intersection of technical, cultural, and discursive knowledges  

Phil Graham and Abby Ann Goodrum

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Feb 2009
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Sep 2009
As a field of study, media literacy emerged along with the study of radio propaganda in the 1930s. More recently it became a field of research that has responded to the television ... More

Theoretical Perspectives in the Study of Communication and the Internet  

Ronald E. Rice and Ryan Fuller

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Jan 2013
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Mar 2013
This chapter exposes the prominence of different theoretical perspectives on the Internet. A broad scope of primary and secondary theories has been increasingly used to understand the ... More

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