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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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Il a souligne que la mise en oeuvre du conseil est un pas important dans l'organisation et la structuration du secteur.
In transition management, they are considered as an element of different forms of niche experimentation and embedded in structuration processes at work between niche, regime and landscape levels.
And she structures the book to open us up to that structuration, step by step.
The concept of youth agency is situated within the ambit of the theory of structuration developed by Giddens (1984) in England, while the theory of diffusion of innovation developed by Rogers (1962) in the United States of America provides a basis for an understanding of the issue of cultural development.
Fourth, Cohen's schema depends on Gidden's account of structuration, which has been heavily critiqued as an explanation of any kind of action, be it solitary or social.
In the discussion on discourse theory the authors develop a position what they call constructism which they define as a view of Phenomenology together with structuration theory".
142), que propoem a teoria da estruturacao adaptativa (Adaptive Structuration Theory--AST), a fim de estudar o impacto da tecnologia da informacao no ambiente organizacional.
Structuration theory of Giddens is the theory that present article's configuration is based on.
Les agents de la Bourse reclament la reconnaissance de leur droit syndical et le recrutement de nouveaux agents et cadres, ainsi que la revision de la structuration organisationnelle de l'institution et l'activation du travail de la commission de suivi des projets, de la formation et de recyclage.
Coverage includes systems theory, structuration theory, critical theory and postmodernism, and institutional theory; field research, ethnography and qualitative approaches, discourse analysis, and mixed methods; teams, workplace relationships, leadership communication, information and communication technologies, and multidimensional social networks; socialization and assimilation; organizational culture; power and resistance; difference; and identity and identification, globalization, and corporate social responsibility and ethics.
How are spreadable media culturally contingent, and subject to socio-political structuration? Its message--most appropriate perhaps for corporate communicators and professionals (and serious amateurs) in entertainment media--is clearly articulated, and useful enough for this audience that the book ought to become widely spread (!) among those practitioners as well as scholars and students in this areas of creative endeavour.

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