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Ep. 8 – IT and Societal Change: Affordances and Logics (Faik et al 2020)

Information Technology (IT) is increasingly involved in societal change. Where does this happen, how does this happen, and what does this entail?

Faik I., Barrett M., & Oborn E. (2020). ‘How Information Technology Matters in Societal Change: An Affordance-based Institutional Logics Perspective’, MIS Quarterly, vol. 44, no. 3, pp. 1359-1390,

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