Information Society Technologies (ISTs) are rapidly becoming part of a new backbone for society, and are characterized by techno-diversity. The e-Europe Action Plan targets a transformation of a wide range of social interactions characterized by socio-diversity. Both techno-diversity and socio-diversity contribute to acceptance problems for project results. This paper explores the role of conceptual models as mediating artefacts of society-wide services for sustained and multiplicative acceptance.
|Title of host publication||Adoptation and the knowledge economy: Issues, applications, case studies|
|Editors||P. Cunningham, M. Cunningham|
|Place of Publication||Amsterdam|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|