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The Mutual Shaping of Technology and Society in Videotex Newspapers: Beyond the Diffusion and Social Shaping Perspectives

Pablo J. Boczkowski
2004 The Information Society  
This article argues that a mutual shaping lens enables a more encompassing account of the joint processes of technological and social change in new media than the diffusion of innovations and social shaping  ...  Keywords diffusion of innovations, media industry, mutual shaping of technology and society, new media, newspapers, social shaping of technology, videotext The social study of new media has been strongly  ...  ACCOUNTING FOR THE EVOLUTION OF NEW MEDIA ARTIFACTS How are we to account for the technological and social transformations that took place in the early videotex newspapers?  ... 
doi:10.1080/01972240490480947 fatcat:3fehxi3gvzg7zbsdipkp2pk2qy

Technological convergence and scope of organizational innovation

Farid Harianto, Johannes M. Pennings
1994 Research Policy  
Videotex affords one opportunity for service differentiation.The results of this study show the importance of domain activity in facilitating the aggressive use of videotex in broadening a bank's service  ...  The findings of this study show that banks will he more 'bold' in their quest for new service delivery if they have been aggressive adopters of previous chunks of information technology and if they have  ... 
doi:10.1016/0048-7333(94)90040-x fatcat:bbwir23prrebpoyv6yptciuney

Telematics and the political process

Michael X. Delli Carpini, Indu B. Singh
1984 Telematics and informatics  
of the information rich and the information poor.  ...  of the information rich and the information poor.  ...  In most cases, where videotex systems have been set up for residential use (in countries outside the United States), videotex services have fallen short of the anticipated level of success.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0736-5853(84)80033-7 fatcat:dxvtjggux5fijkplz3yxbb2tya

Editorial 24/3: Electronic Markets and general research

Rainer Alt, Hans-Dieter Zimmermann
2014 Electronic Markets  
For example, in their compelling review of research on electronic commerce since 1988, Clarke and Pucihar (2013) have repeatedly indicated that the topics of Electronic Markets evolved in tandem with  ...  If you require information on the scope of Electronic Markets, the Editorial Office is always open for your questions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12525-014-0163-9 fatcat:7tfxnqxb4vdttmlgezgkvoks2a

Teletext in Europe: from the Analog to the Digital Era

Anne-Katrin Weber
2016 Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television  
We would like to thank Paolo Bory for his fruitful data collection from the Rai archives in Turin.  ...  Acknowledgements The article was conceived and planned together by the two authors. Sections 1, 3, 4 and 5 were written by Luca Barra; sections 2, 6 and 7 were written by Gabriele Balbi.  ...  in love because of how it shaped my conception of the universe.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01439685.2016.1248071 fatcat:hu7urbywzrhdrisahlixv3zcx4

Shaping Cyberspace—interpreting and transforming the Internet

Graham Thomas, Sally Wyatt
1999 Research Policy  
We outline the stages it has gone through, highlighting how patterns of stabilisation and closure in design and use have been undone.  ...  We outline the stages it has gone through, highlighting how patterns of stabilisation and closure in design and use have been undone and reconfigured.  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to the Virtual Society? Programme of the Economic and Social Research Council which is supporting the research on which this paper is based, grant no.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0048-7333(99)00016-5 fatcat:ctozespajzbijefbtpgjyinexq

Living labs: concepts, tools and cases

Pieter Ballon, Dimitri Schuurman
2015 Info  
This indicated a shift towards a 'mutual shaping' view on ICT development instead of the dominant 'social shaping' view of the cooperative design approach of the 1970s.  ...  Therefore, the most effective way of characterising living labs is probably to analyse actual experiences, and how they evolved over time.  ... 
doi:10.1108/info-04-2015-0024 fatcat:4wx7424fvreordnvfbxlzvzty4

The Development of Large Technical Systems

Linnda R. Caporael, Renate Mayntz, Thomas P. Hughes
1990 Contemporary Sociology  
The development of the number of user terminals may indicate how the systems grow and how the videotex services find acceptance among users.  ...  The users then have to pay the information providers separately -page for page -unless a service is offered free.  ...  The objects of public anxiety about the possible widespread loss of capacity and interrupted service. (The more effective it is, the more likely the anxiety.)  ... 
doi:10.2307/2072563 fatcat:jjjsgn25nfh3plsjuov6jamzha

Computerization of the newspaper in the 1980's

B. Garrison
1983 Ecquid Novi African Journalism Studies  
In the future, computers may be more frequently used in electronic reproduction of newspapers for the home through videotex and teletext and in -satellite technology for the trAnsmisstkom of wire service  ...  A review of the literature on the computerization of newspaper newsrooms shows that since 1960, computers have assumed an increasingly important role _in information collection, news writing, and editing  ...  The alternatives for housing and distributini information created by new technology have brought on a reevaluation of roles and reasons for the public library and its services. '.'  ... 
doi:10.1080/02560054.1983.9652915 fatcat:5fbkzrnkyjeubntoxezmopvu7y

Framing M4D: The Utility of Continuity and the Dual Heritage of "Mobiles and Development"

Jonathan Donner
2010 Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries  
Finally, this paper introduces implications of the dual heritage and of the rise of hybrid platforms for research and practice.  ...  The paper suggests that research on the role of mobile telephony for socioeconomic development (M4D) draws on two frames.  ...  The patterns of use associated with these "at scale" platforms in resource-constrained settings will have tremendous implications for whether and how poor communities will participate in the informational  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.1681-4835.2010.tb00315.x fatcat:z4rbq6vbejge3gl3kgo4fg66cm

Mutual Shaping of a CMS for Social Journalism in a Hierarchical News Organization

Mark Poepsel
2018 The Journal of Media Innovations   unpublished
MST enables researchers to look at how an innovation evolves and at how perception about the innovation evolves.  ...  The CMS was deployed in INTRODUCTION Mass communication scholars interested in evolving information and communication technologies and their impact on the field of journalism have argued convincingly  ...  Marketing2 Manager of social media for the business side of the organization  ... 

Confused Terminology in the Field of Communication, Information and Mass Media: Brillig But Mimsy

Earle Beattie
1981 Canadian Journal of Communication  
The various media publics seldom if ever suffer communication overkill because they do not have communication at all; they do suffer from the constant and repetitive one-way flow of information, particulary  ...  (Information like this, of course, can in turn stimulate communication in groups.) How do Canadian scholars use the key words in this field?  ...  The MacBride report therefore calls for a democratization of the media, genuine public access and social participation."  ... 
doi:10.22230/cjc.1981v8n1a266 fatcat:ycfmzmkkxvbgtdnhd2pwtqg5r4

Bibliographic Instruction: Planning for the Electronic Information Environment

Harold B. Shill
1987 College and Research Libraries  
, information industry, governmental information activities, schools, public and special libraries, home, work, and income.  ...  Thus, bibliographic instruction should figure prominently in the strategic planning efforts of academic libraries so that it will continue to provide knowledge and skills for lifelong learning in a changing  ...  Knowledge of public library services is also essential for comprehending the post-high school information experiences of nontraditional students, whether or not they have actually used public libraries  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl_48_05_433 fatcat:icdj33s5wbb2bawru25dmbn3gi

Impact of deregulation on marketplace diversity in the USA

Eileen M. Trauth, Denise M. Trauth, John L. Huffman
1983 Telecommunications Policy  
This article explores these public policy shifts as they relate to the information industries and suggests some impacts on the concept of diversity.  ...  This is evidenced in the recent bills to revise the Communications Act of 1934, and the settlement of the AT&T antitrust suit.  ...  Thus, the potential for monopoly exists, not only of the market share of information services but also of the content of the information itself.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0308-5961(83)90067-8 fatcat:45uffxuxnvbdnog3i2a7wvthza

Information and Communication Technologies in Economic Development

1998 Asian Libraries  
Over both the public and private networks, new generations of telecommunications services like videotex, electronic mail, voice messaging, high-speed data transmission and videoconferencing are emerging  ...  The market structure, the mix of large and small firms in industries, will likewise shape the ways in which the new technologies are used and consequently the way they evolve.  ... 
doi:10.1108/al.1998.17307jab.005 fatcat:n73mhyf4mvbh3cqq5nq62fkcdm
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