Modelling IT use: an archetypal approach
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- de Vaujany, François-Xavier, 2001. "American and European social embeddedness in IS research: the case of structurational approaches," MPRA Paper 1318, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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KeywordsIT use ; structurational approaches ; Critical Social theory ; Structuration Theory ; archetypal model; appropriative trajectories; Intranets; IS qualitative evaluation.;
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