The Social Study of Information Systems is interested in people developing and using technology and the "culture" of those people. SSIS studies these phenomena by drawing on and using "lenses" provided by social sciences, including: Philosophy, Sociology, Social Psychology, Organisational Theory, Political Science.

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  • The Social Study of Information Systems is interested in people developing and using technology and the "culture" of those people. SSIS studies these phenomena by drawing on and using "lenses" provided by social sciences, including: Philosophy, Sociology, Social Psychology, Organisational Theory, Political Science. (en)
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  • The Social Study of Information Systems is interested in people developing and using technology and the "culture" of those people. SSIS studies these phenomena by drawing on and using "lenses" provided by social sciences, including: Philosophy, Sociology, Social Psychology, Organisational Theory, Political Science. (en)
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  • Social Study of Information Systems (en)
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