Distributing intelligence and organizing diversity in new media projects


  • Monique Girard Columbia University
  • David Stark Columbia University


empresas de web design, Sociologia Econômica


Este artigo examina como as empresas de web design
exploram e experimentam formas e fontes de valor que configuram a
nova economia. Centrando o foco na engenharia cooperativa de equipes
transdisciplinares de web design, examina-se a emergência de sites
como acordos provisórios entre disciplinas heterogêneas, na medida
em que negociam soluções de compromisso entre critérios de
desempenho em competição


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Biografia do Autor

Monique Girard, Columbia University

Center on Organizational Innovation, Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy, Columbia University. 

David Stark, Columbia University

Department of Sociology, Columbia University. 


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Girard, M. ., & Stark, D. . (2022). Distributing intelligence and organizing diversity in new media projects. Sociedade E Estado, 17(01), 153–192. Recuperado de https://periodicos.unb.br/index.php/sociedade/article/view/44649

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