Latour inscriptions

In this paper [1], Latour inscriptions are defined as the process by which social practices and technological artifacts become inextricably intertwined: the structure of the system mirrors the structure of the organization who has produce it.

[1] De Souza, C., Froehlich, J., and Dourish, P. 2005. Seeking the Source: Software Source Code as a Social and Technical Artifact. Proc. ACM Conf. Supporting Group Work GROUP 2005 (Sanibel Island, FL.)

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