Settings, arenas and boundary objects: socio-material framings of information practices

University of Sheffield
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Journal Article
Information Research, 2007, 12 (4), pp. 1 - 15
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This paper presents a theoretical framework for examining information practices in socio-material contexts that draws on research in the library and information science and human computer interaction (human computer interaction) communities.
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