[Fwd: [MC-CHAT-2005] Re: The Object in Activity Theory]

From: Ana Marjanovic-Shane (ana@zmajcenter.org)
Date: Mon Apr 25 2005 - 21:42:00 PDT

 From the 2005 mini course listserve

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Subject: [MC-CHAT-2005] Re: The Object in Activity Theory
Date: Tue, 26 Apr 2005 04:28:32 -0000
From: aeolis_sg <yjl@uvic.ca>
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To: MC-CHAT-2005@yahoogroups.com

dear Jim and everyone,

yes, it was an excellent time at the workshop indeed. To add on to
what the others have cited, there is a new issue in the journal
ORGANIZATION that was devoted to different conceptions of the OBJECT.
Am attaching the table of contents:

Yrjö Engeström and Frank Blackler
On the Life of the Object
Organization 2005 12: 307-330. [PDF] [References]

 John Law and Vicky Singleton
Object Lessons
Organization 2005 12: 331-355. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

 Attila Bruni
Shadowing Software and Clinical Records: On the Ethnography of Non-
Humans and Heterogeneous Contexts
Organization 2005 12: 357-378. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

 Lucy Suchman
Affiliative Objects
Organization 2005 12: 379-399. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

 Paul S. Adler
The Evolving Object of Software Development
Organization 2005 12: 401-435. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

 Reijo Miettinen and Jaakko Virkkunen
Epistemic Objects, Artefacts and Organizational Change
Organization 2005 12: 437-456. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

Timothy Kuhn
Book Review: Transforming Knowledge and Technology
Organization 2005 12: 457-461. [PDF] [References]

best wishes,
yewjin lee

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