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Méthode d'enquête situationniste des comportements induits (M.E.S.C.I.) : Le cas des TICs

  • Pascal Pecquet

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    (DD - Dynamiques du droit - CNRS : UMR5815 - Université Montpellier I)

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    La communication s ‘appuie sur les premières évaluations conduites sur trois enquêtes en cours dans les pays arabes ; l'usage des TICs (Tunisie, Maroc, Liban) par les cadres d'entreprise. Le protocole d'enquête est présenté en mettant en évidence l'importance du jeu d'hypothèses dans la construction de l'enquête. Le choix de techniques quantitatives et qualitatives est discuté dans la mesure des impacts sur les variables de gestion. Il en résulte la nécessité d'améliorer le protocole dans l'analyse des usages de ces nouveaux composants technologiques et notamment, le besoin de recourir à de nouvelles échelles de valeurs pour appréhender la mesure des paramètres de conception de la gestion à distance

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    Date of creation: 01 Jul 2005
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    Publication status: Published, Les cahiers du CREAD, 2005, 71, 10
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