This new book looks at how resources get created, adopted, modified, and die, by using a number of theoretical and empirical studies to carefully examine and chart resources over time. It examines, among many others, issues such as how resources are tailored or otherwise changed as the situations and purposes for which they are used change, and how a resource is maintained and reused within an organization.... McNeill 2000), to demonstrate an action without really doing it (LeBaron and Streeck 2000), to illustrate concepts (e.g., ... manual and bodily action to communicate something without words, are all recognized as agesturea1 (McNeill 1992).
|Title||:||Resources, Co-Evolution and Artifacts|
|Author||:||Mark S. Ackerman, Christine A. Halverson, Thomas Erickson, Wendy A. Kellogg|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-10-24|