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by Janet Lesley Fulk,Charles W. Steinfield

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0803935307
Author:
Janet Lesley Fulk,Charles W. Steinfield
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SAGE Publications, Inc (March 1, 1990)
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328 pages
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Organizations and Communications Technology is must reading for those interested in the relation of communication technology to organizational form and function

Organizations and Communications Technology is must reading for those interested in the relation of communication technology to organizational form and function. The book does what many such collections do not do: It presents in a complementary-if not totally unified-fashion a variety of perspectives on and answers to questions raised about the essential nature, determinants, and effects of the cation technology interface.

Organizations and Communication Technology. Charles W Steinfield. The book is organized to touch on issues from several different perspectives and levels of analysis. We begin in Part I with a chapter which lays out the basic rationale for this endeavor. The advent of nearly ubiquitous information infrastructures has led many to predict that one effect of electronic markets will be the bypassing of intermediaries in electronic markets. The ability of electronic networks to reduce transaction costs is the theoretical cause of this supposed trend.

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How do technology and organization interact to shape organizational structures and processes? What organizational, political and social processes constrain technological development? What forces shape the articulation of organizational and technologi.

How do technology and organization interact to shape organizational structures and processes? What organizational, political and social processes constrain technological development? What forces shape the articulation of organizational and technological systems?Answering these and other pivotal questions, this volume centres on the role of theory for advancing our knowledge of communication technology in organizations at several levels - micro, group and macro. The distinguished contributors examine richly diverse topics, including telecommunications, communication networks and new media, the.

Organizations and Communication Technology

Organizations and Communication Technology. Charles W. Steinfeld, Janet Fulk. PART ONE: THEORIZING ABOUT INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN ORGANIZATIONS The Theory Imperative - Charles W Steinfield and Janet Fulk PART TWO: TWO VIEWS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, TASKS, AND ORGANIZATION. More). Janet Fulk, Charles W. Steinfield. How do technology and organization interact to shape organizational structures and processes?

Organizations and Communication Technology.

The Ameritech Foundation provided generous fellowship support to Charles Steinfield, and Michigan State University provided valuable release time

p. cm. - Includes bibliographical references. The Ameritech Foundation provided generous fellowship support to Charles Steinfield, and Michigan State University provided valuable release time. Susan Russick gave up many a weekend outing while we worked on the volume. Our hearty thanks go to all these valuable contributors. JanetFulk, Malibu, California. Steinfield, East Lansing, Michigan.

" ~. ) 6. A Social Influence Model of Technology Use. The explosion of new communication technologies has generated widespread controversy over their potential effects on the workplace. Accurate claims of effects must be rooted in valid assumptions about just how the technologies are used.

J Fulk, J Schmitz, CW Steinfield. Organizations and communication technology, 117-140, 1990. CAC Lampe, N Ellison, C Steinfield. Intermediaries and cybermediaries: a continuing role for mediating players in the electronic marketplace. MB Sarkar, B Butler, C Steinfield. Journal of computer-mediated communication 1 (3), 1-14, 1995. A familiar face (book): profile elements as signals in an online social network. Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing system. 2007. A social information processing model of media use in organizations.

J Fulk, J Schmitz, C Steinfield. J Fulk, CW Steinfield, J Schmitz, JG Power. Organizational colleagues, media richness, and electronic mail: A test of the social influence model of technology use. J Schmitz, J Fulk. Electronic communication and changing organizational forms. Organization science 6 (4), 337-349, 1995

How do technology and organization interact to shape organizational structures and processes? What organizational, political and social processes constrain technological development? What forces shape the articulation of organizational and technological systems?

Answering these and other pivotal questions, this volume centres on the role of theory for advancing our knowledge of communication technology in organizations at several levels - micro, group and macro. The distinguished contributors examine richly diverse topics, including telecommunications, communication networks and new media, the use of group decision support systems and discretionary databases.