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Materiality and Organizing Social Interaction in a Technological World

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ISBN-10: 0199664064

ISBN-13: 9780199664061

Edition: 2012

Authors: Paul M. Leonardi, Bonnie A. Nardi, Jannis Kallinikos

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Book details

Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication date: 11/22/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 424
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.298

Bonnie Nardi is Professor in the Department of Informatics in the School of Information and Computer Science at the University of California, Irvine.

Setting the Stage
The Challenge of Materiality: Origins, Scope, and Prospects
Theorizing Materiality
Materiality, Sociomateriality, and Socio-Technical Systems: What Do These Terms Mean? How Are They Different? Do We Need Them?
On Sociomateriality
Form, Function, and Matter: Crossing the Border of Materiality
Materiality as Performativity
Ranking Devices: The Socio-Materiality of Ratings
Great Expectations: The Materiality of Commensurability in Social Media
Digital Materiality and the Emergence of an Evolutionary Science of the Artificial
Materiality as Assemblage
Inverse Instrumentality: How Technologies Objectify Patients and Players
Space Matters, but How? Physical Space, Virtual Space, and Place
Socio-material Practices of Design Co-ordination Across a Large Construction Project
Materiality as Affordance
Theorizing Information Technology as a Material Artifact in Information Systems Research
The Materiality of Technology: An Affordance Perspective
Pencils, Legos, and Guns: A Study of Artifacts Used in Architecture
Materiality as Consequence
Materiality: What are the Consequences?
Why Matter Always Matters in (Organizational) Communication
The Materiality of Rumor
Matter Matters: Materiality in Philosophy, Physics, and Technology