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Executives: Don’t try to change the Net Generation

By on January 12, 2010 in Announcements, Culture, Digital divide/s with 0 Comments
Executives: Don’t try to change the Net Generation

Bob Mason and I conducted a study about how executives in organizations perceive the entrance of the “net generation” into the workplace. Researchers (see Tapscott for example) refer to the Net Generation as the generation of people born between 1978-1994. They label them as such because of the researchers’ perceptions of this generation as growing […]

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Cultured Technology – About Religion and Technology

By on December 9, 2008 in Culture, Social networks with 0 Comments
Cultured Technology – About Religion and Technology

  Cultured Technology is an article that presents a theoretical framework to understand the relationship between religious fundamentalist communities and the Internet, through addressing four dimensions of tensions and challenges: hierarchy, patriarchy, discipline, and seclusion. Together with Prof. Gad Barzilai, we develop the concept of cultured technology, and analyzed the ways communities reshape technology and […]

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The Organizational Impact of Digital Natives

By on December 8, 2008 in Announcements, Culture, Research Updates with 1 Comment
The Organizational Impact of Digital Natives

The last years yielded many studies in industry and academia in attempt to understand what implications young people who use technology frequently and heavily have on society. The next generation of employees in modern societies that have grown up in a world surrounded by connectivity and digital tools are called digital natives. While some researchers […]

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