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05 JULY 2013

Technologies, Texts and Affordances

"In contrast to recent sociological emphases on the social shaping of technology, this article proposes and illustrates a way of analysing the technological shaping of sociality. Drawing on the concept of affordances (Gibson 1979), the article argues for a recognition of the constraining, as well as enabling, materiality of artefacts. The argument is set in the theoretical context of one of the most recent and comprehensive statements of anti–essentialism (Grint and Woolgar 1997). The position is illustrated through a reinterpretation of some case studies used by proponents of the radical constructivist position."

(Ian Hutchby, 2001)

Ian Hutchby (2001). "Technologies, Texts and Affordances" Sociology May 2001 vol. 35 no. 2 441–456.

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Simon Perkins
20 FEBRUARY 2010

Robert Yin: Case Study Research Design and Methods

Yin, R. K. (2009). "Case Study Research Design and Methods" (Forth Edition ed.): SAGE Publications, Inc.

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2009 • analysing case study evidence • analytic choices • case studiescase study • case study evidence • case study method • case study research • case study research in psychology • collecting case study data • collecting case study evidence • data collection • designing case studies • qualitative research • reporting case studies • research methodRobert Yin

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Simon Perkins
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