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structuration

‘the structuring of social relations across time and space’ (GIDDENS, 1984) as the result of the interaction of pre-existing STRUCTURE and individual agency. See DUALITY OF STRUCTURE, STRUCTURATION THEORY, STRUCTURE AND AGENCY.
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Both cultural differentiation and adaptive structuration theories together provide a sound foundation for understanding the interrelationships of teams and technology.
Capturing the complexity in advanced technology use: Adaptive structuration theory.
Applying adaptive structuration theory to investigate the process of group support systems use.
They propose the use of adaptive structuration theory (AST) as a method for examining process change resulting from the use of advanced information communication technologies (ICTs).
Understanding the use of group decision support systems: The theory of adaptive structuration. In J.
Adaptive Structuration Theory (AST) "focuses on social structures, rules and resources provided by technologies and institutions as the basis for human activity" (DeSanctis & Poole, 1994, p.
Future studies may want to approach social media usage through the lens of Adaptive Structuration Theory focusing on identifying the processes through which structures, rules, and functionalities are co-created and maintained in order to support a new system of emergency communication.
Adoption of social networking sites: An exploratory adaptive structuration perspective for global organizations.
Adaptive structuration theory (AST) is an approach to understanding the function of sophisticated information technologies in organizations.
There are a number of factors to consider with regard to the interactions between groups and technology in organizations, per adaptive structuration theory.
The research framework integrates two predominate theories in group related research: task-technology fit theory (Zigurs and Buckland, 1998) and adaptive structuration theory (DeSanctis and Poole, 1994).
The Adaptive Structuration Theory (AST), as depicted in Figure 3, illustrates the interplay between advanced information technologies, social structures, and human interaction.

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