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Insights from an ICT4D Initiative in Kenya's Immunization Program: Designing for the Emergence of Sociomaterial Practices

Michael Barrett, Issac Holeman
2017 Journal of the AIS  
Second, we suggest that our notion of designing for the emergence of sociomaterial practices is relevant for and adds to contextually aware design research frameworks such as action design research.  ...  . went through 5 revisions. 901 Insights from an ICT4D Initiative in Kenya's Immunization Program: Designing for the Emergence of Sociomaterial Practices Volume 18 Issue 12 To this end, we undertook a  ...  Participants in Wanda Orlikowski's annual Judge Business School seminar on the process of theorizing, and participants in the Materiality, Human Agency and Practice track at EGOS 2015 also provided helpful  ... 
doi:10.17705/1jais.00476 fatcat:jhwnqfnyxzgcniha6xsaaav524

La sociomaterialidad de la justicia: una ontología relacional para el Diseño legal

Joaquin Santuber, Lina Krawietz
2021 RChD: Creación y Pensamiento  
A recent characterization of the legal profession in relation to technology, emphasizes that the legal practice is driven by a public service bounded by the values of the rule of law, access to justice  ...  In this connection to the technological world, on the phenomenology of designing, Donald Schön refers to designers' practice as a reflective conversation with the materials of the situation (Schon, 1992  ... 
doi:10.5354/0719-837x.2021.64624 fatcat:3yr5z4qqdjg5dlgixo4xu7uezq

Toward Generalizable Sociomaterial Inquiry: A Computational Approach for Zooming In and Out of Sociomaterial Routines

James Gaskin, Nicholas Berente, Kalle Lyytinen, Youngjin Yoo
2014 MIS Quarterly  
features of technology become entangled in patterns of practice.  ...  By detecting the variation in activities, actors, artifacts, and affordances that comprise what we denote a sociomaterial routine, the approach directly attends to ways in which human actors and the material  ...  No ideas or principles presented in the study reflect official viewpoints of the funding agencies.  ... 
doi:10.25300/misq/2014/38.3.10 fatcat:l4jffdaq3rbtbnus6o5hgos5vi

Room for Silence: Ebola Research, Pluralism and the Pragmatic Study of Sociomaterial Practices

Isaac Holeman
2018 Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)  
The notion of sociomaterial practices speaks to a view of routine work in which people and materials are always already entangled.  ...  Through an account of the 2013-2016 Ebola outbreak in West Africa, I show how these conceptual debates matter for empirical research and for design practice.  ...  Finally, I am grateful to participants in the Theory Transfers workshop at CSCW '17, who offered feedback on a shorter version of this text.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10606-018-9329-x fatcat:jkpiqnzwgrc73kioa6qpkvzufe

Focus on Methodology: A sense of sociomaterialism: How sociomaterial perspectives might illuminate health professions education

Sarah Burm, Anna MacLeod
2020 Focus on Health Professional Education A Multi-Professional Journal  
In this paper, we provide an accessible, in-depth description of what we mean by the sociomaterial, describe its historical roots and elucidate what it means to engage in empirical sociomaterial work.  ...  Not surprisingly, the ways in which a sociomaterial researcher engages in the process of collecting and analysing data will differ from studies that foreground a more human-centered point of view.  ...  We design studies that allow us to deliberately consider how social and material elements assemble to generate practice.  ... 
doi:10.11157/fohpe.v21i1.443 fatcat:pcf6zs3bajgr3cf4ypadx6bln4

Realizing the Benefits from Enterprise Information Systems: A Sociomaterial Perspective

Luay Ahmad Anaya
2013 Procedia Technology - Elsevier  
This work draws on the sociomaterial perspective and suggests that benefits can be realized when organizations are able to utilize their capabilities in order to exploit the technological possibilities  ...  of the EISs, in addition to their willingness to change their business routines.  ...  often use technology in ways that designers never intended.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.protcy.2013.12.052 fatcat:ziyhg5eurjd3zlqljvz4c42lay

Does the is Artifact Matter in Sociomateriality Research? A Literature Review of Empirical Studies

Silke Weissenfels, Katharina Ebner, Sven Dittes, Stefan Smolnik
2016 2016 49th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)  
Our approach will be helpful to focus greater attention on the dynamic interplay and the role of the IS artifact in sociomaterial inquiries.  ...  Our study's objective is to assess the IS artifact in sociomaterial research and to clarify the intertwining of the social and material agencies.  ...  a change in either practice or technology.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2016.252 dblp:conf/hicss/WeissenfelsEDS16 fatcat:zp334dn7orbn7b6axjqpuuvtdi

White space and digital remediation of design practice in architecture: A case study of Frank O. Gehry

Marios Samdanis, Soo Hee Lee
2017 Information and organization  
This paper also stresses the importance of power relations for the construction of digital materiality, which, in turn, influences design practices and innovation in architecture.  ...  The analysis of remediation demonstrates the ways in which advanced technology enables architects to explore white spaces, defined as the open-ended, unmapped, in-between, and not yet realised territories  ...  The Unique Sociomaterial Entanglement of the Design Practice of Frank Gehry The case of Frank Gehry provides rich insights into the role of advanced technologies in design practice.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.infoandorg.2017.02.001 fatcat:gv5u23kxhvez7k2q5jxeb5xiwm

Participating or Not Participating? A Sociomaterial Perspective of the Embeddedness of Online Communities in Everyday Life [article]

Geri Harris, Babak Abedin
2016 arXiv   pre-print
in online communities from a sociomaterial perspective.  ...  A sociomaterial view of online community participation decenters the human participant and recognises the agency of technology, thus creating a richer understanding than epistemological paradigms.  ...  no inherent boundaries or meaning but are bound up with specific material-discursive practices-materialdiscursive practices that constitute online community participation.  ... 
arXiv:1605.04714v1 fatcat:5vrrjp7z5zcjjdy56yameliwei

Past and Recent Conceptualisations of Sociomateriality and its Features: Review

Aleksandra Bavdaz
2017 Athens Journal of Social Sciences  
either the technological or social world in practice.  ...  In the paper further practical examples of sociomateriality are explored whilst acknowledging the lack of examples in marketing focused on practice and as a result an emergent gap between material and  ...  According to Barad's (2003) writing technology does not have particular meanings, features or boundaries, however, it bounds up with certain practices (material-discursive practices, which Barad names  ... 
doi:10.30958/ajss.5-1-3 fatcat:rhkzeearuraxbgcml4er6hepui

Sociomateriality Implications of Software as a Service Adoption on IT-Workers' Roles and Changes in Organizational Routines of IT Systems Support [chapter]

Freddie Mbuba, William Yu Chung Wang, Karin Olesen
2015 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
The findings are, firstly, technological artifacts are entangled in sociomaterial practices, which change the way humans respond to the performative aspects of the organizational routines.  ...  This paper aims to deepen our understanding on how sociomateriality practices influence IT workers' roles and skill set requirements and changes to the organizational routines of IT systems support, when  ...  The sociomateriality perspective is useful in explaining how organizational and technological changes are interwoven [7] and how the social and material are entangled in practice [3] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-48319-0_20 fatcat:e62u3x3ecbc7lpy7vtzppgyjw4

JOINING THE SOCIOMATERIAL DEBATE

MARLEI POZZEBON, EDUARDO HENRIQUE DINIZ, NATHALIE MITEV, FRANÇOIS-XAVIER DE VAUJANY, MIGUEL PINA E CUNHA, BERNARD LECA
2017 RAE: Revista de Administração de Empresas  
behind the design of the co-located building.  ...  Starting in the mid-1980s, it succeeded in adding technology to the range of interests in science (the "technology turn"), and it combines history; sociology and anthropology of technology; philosophy  ... 
doi:10.1590/s0034-759020170602 fatcat:ztd2kmwhnzeuvpton7juh7hlem

Rethinking boundaries [chapter]

Kenneth Pettersen, Kenneth Silseth, Hans Christian Arnseth
2022 Nordic Childhoods in the Digital Age  
Yahtzee Champignon talks about a friend with whom he has designed a game in his garden. He calls it a 'game' in English.  ...  theories enable them to view these settings as more fluid and less bounded.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781003145257-19 fatcat:a2pe7nnhergf3ephbicorr66ry

The Sociomaterialty of Information Systems: Current Status, Future Directions

Dubravka Cecez-Kecmanovic, Robert D. Galliers, Ola Henfridsson, Sue Newell, Richard Vidgen
2014 MIS Quarterly  
The core concern was to find the best match between, and jointly optimize, the technological and social components in designing sociotechnical systems.  ...  us to study the performativity of technology as it emerges in situated practices.  ... 
doi:10.25300/misq/2014/38:3.3 fatcat:aaylwcclrracfanhk35r6vb2si

Performative ontologies: Sociomaterial approaches to researching adult education and lifelong learning

Tara Fenwick, Richard Edwards
2013 European Journal for Research on the Education and Learning of Adults  
people, language and technologies involved in the change.  ...  To write of the sociomaterial is not to be able to offer a bounded definition, as it is itself enacted through a range of relational practices. Our selection is illustrative rather than exhaustive.  ... 
doi:10.3384/rela.2000-7426.rela0104 fatcat:k6eafncm3jcjlfnbndp7lle2qe
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