New media and knowledge work
Book chapter, 2009

This chapter discusses the use of media in knowledge-intensive organizations. Media is defined here as the integration of technologies, practices, and institutions serving to record, inscribe and circulate speech, writing, and images. The presence of media in organized activities remains relatively unexplored, even though various media "enframe" the life-world of the organization. New media do not only constitute assemblages of integrated technologies and tools (e.g. the telephone, the computer, pens and pencils) which are used en route in day-to-day work, they also gradually break down the line of demarcation between inside and outside, between embodied and technological matter.

Author

Alexander Styhre

Chalmers, Technology Management and Economics, Supply and Operations Management

Handbook of Research on Knowledge-Intensive Organizations

495-511

Subject Categories

Economics and Business

DOI

10.4018/978-1-60566-176-6.ch030

ISBN

978-160566176-6

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Created

1/24/2018