Social capital and information technology

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MIT Press , Cambridge, Mass
Congresses, Social capital (Sociology), Organizational learning, Knowledge management, Information technology, Information net
Statementedited by Marleen Huysman and Volker Wulf
ContributionsNetLibrary, Inc
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LC ClassificationsHM708 .S635 2004eb
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Paginationix, 416 p. :
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Open LibraryOL25551105M
ISBN 101417574348
OCLC/WorldCa57546697

This collection of thirteen essays by computer scientists, sociologists, communication specialists, economists, and others presents a multidisciplinary look at this particular intersection of information technology and social science and the need to adopt a sociotechnical the most part the contributors take a positive view of the interplay of social capital 5/5(2).

This collection of thirteen essays by computer scientists, sociologists, communication specialists, economists, and others presents a multidisciplinary look at this particular intersection of information technology and social science and the need to adopt a sociotechnical the most part the contributors take a positive view of the interplay of social capital 5/5(1).

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A multidisciplinary examination of the interplay between social capital—the value derived from social ties—and information technology. Hardcover $ X £ Overview A multidisciplinary examination of the interplay between social capital—the value derived from social ties—and information : $ Marleen Huysman and Volker Wulf have edited a nice book.

I think it's the 1st book that links social capital and ICT in the foreground, altho many of us Social capital and information technology book also done stuff linking the 2 notions. Among the authors/articles are a good intro/review piece by the editors; Anita Blanchard on dispersed virtual 5/5.

With the spread and evolution of information technologies, an increasing amount of interaction and communication is conducted online, in virtual communities. In this chapter we examine how different types of virtual communities function as platforms for the formation of social capital, which in turn enable production of new intellectual : A.

Kianto. Social Capital and Information Technology June June Read More. Authors: Marleen Huysman, ; Volker Wulf. Social Information Technology: Connecting Society and Cultural Issues provides educators, trainers, consultants, administrators, researchers, and professors with a fundamental research source for definitions, antecedents, and consequences of social informatics and the cultural aspect of technology.

This groundbreaking research work also. Social Capital: Technology's Impact on Society Social scientists shed new light on the relationship between broadband and community development. by Robert Bell / Novem A model is then presented to account for the causal pathways that create social capital, and that lead from social capital to its outcomes.

International evidence is used to establish whether social capital is on the decline, and the thorny question of whether social capital can harm or exclude is also examined.5/5(3). The concept of 'social capital' is currently the focus of an explosion of interest in the research and policy community.

It refers to the social networks, informal structures and norms that facilitate individual and collective action. This explosion of interest is driven by a growing body of evidence that social capital has enormous effects on economic growth, health, crime and even the 2/5(1).

Social Capital and Information Technology The concept of social capital, or the value that can be derived from social ties created by goodwill, mutual support, shared language, common beliefs, and a sense of mutual obligation, has been applied to a number of fields, from sociology to management.

Social capital and information technology. [Marleen Huysman; Volker Wulf;] -- A multidisciplinary examination of the interplay between social capital-the value derived from social ties-and information technology.

Social Capital and Information Technology Article in Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 57(5) Author: Patricia Galloway. Buy Social Capital and Information Technology (The MIT Press) by Huysman, Marleen, Wulf, Volker (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback. Social Capital further provides a forum for ongoing research programs initiated by social scientists working at the crossroads of formal theory and new methods. These scholars and programs share certain understandings and approaches in their analyses of social capital.

They argue that social networks are the foundation of social capital.5/5(1). "Social Capital Theory." In Handbook of Research on Contemporary Theoretical Models in Information Systems. edited by Yogesh K. Dwivedi, Banita Lal, Michael D.

Williams, Scott L. Schneberger, and Michael Wade, Author: Hossam Ali-Hassan. Get this from a library. Social capital and information technology. [Marleen Huysman; Volker Wulf;] -- The concept of social capital, or the value that can be derived from social ties created by goodwill, mutual support, shared language, common beliefs.

Books shelved as social-capital: Social Capital: A Theory of Social Structure and Action by Nan Lin, Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Missing: Information Technology.

You may have read about the decline of social capital that has been bandied about in academic literature and political rhetoric. While this echoes the concerns of many people about modern society, much of the interest in this topic comes from Robert Putnam’s book Bowling Alone. In his book, Putnam argued that the United States has undergone an unprecedented collapse in civic, social.

This collection of thirteen essays by computer scientists, sociologists, communication specialists, economists, and others presents a multidisciplinary look at this particular intersection of information technology and social science and the need to adopt a sociotechnical perspective.

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Check will be this authorship to bring your service better. oppression out their data, below 5/5. In Putnam’s () view, bonding social capital reflects strong ties with family and close friends, who might be in a position to provide emotional support or access to scarce resources. Williams () points out that little empirical work has explicitly examined the effects of the Internet on bonding social capital, although some studies have questioned whether the Cited by: Social capital encompasses many aspects of social context, including social ties, trusting relationships and value systems, all of which facilitate the actions of individuals located within the context (Tsai & Ghoshal, ).Nahapiet and Ghoshal () identify three dimensions of social capital: structural, relational and cognitive.

They provide justification on how the attributes of Cited by: Social networks, social capital, and the use of information and communications technology in socially excluded communities: a study of community groups in Cited by: Social Capital: Knowledge and Technological Innovation: /ch Firm’s environment is becoming more complex and dynamic, consequently continuous innovation is considered a key element to gain competitive by: 1.

User Satisfaction with Information Technology Service Delivery: A Social Capital Perspective Article (PDF Available) in Information Systems Research 23(4). Executives can aggregate human capital into social capital so as to provide further information and opportunities for all members, and subsequently contribute to organizational knowledge management through developing relationships with subordinates that link followers’ individual interests to the organization’s collective-interests.

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