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Double Helix Relationships in Use and Design of Informing Systems: Lessons to Learn from Phenomenology and Hermeneutics

Nissen, Hans-Erik LU ; Bednar, Peter LU and Welch, Christine (2007) In Use and Redesign in IS: Double Helix Relationships? p.1-19
Abstract
The theme of this monograph of Informing Science is a dialectic we

perceive to exist between meaningful use and reflection upon use. This

dialectic between use and reflection on use (or thinking, and thinking

about thinking) may be considered in the following way. Each of these

elements is subject to change. As reflection triggers change in use, and

such change triggers further reflection, a spiral comes about. Lived human

experience, and reflection upon that experience, seems to shape a

double helix. The monograph contains contributions exploring particular

ways in which studies of use could benefit from a relationship to

philosophical frameworks such as... (More)
The theme of this monograph of Informing Science is a dialectic we

perceive to exist between meaningful use and reflection upon use. This

dialectic between use and reflection on use (or thinking, and thinking

about thinking) may be considered in the following way. Each of these

elements is subject to change. As reflection triggers change in use, and

such change triggers further reflection, a spiral comes about. Lived human

experience, and reflection upon that experience, seems to shape a

double helix. The monograph contains contributions exploring particular

ways in which studies of use could benefit from a relationship to

philosophical frameworks such as hermeneutics and phenomenology. (Less)
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Phenomenology, Informing Systems, Use, Double Helix, Design, Hermeneutics.
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Use and Redesign in IS: Double Helix Relationships?
editor
Nissen, Hans-Erik; Bednar, Peter and Welch, Christine
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1 - 19
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Informing Science Press
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978-1932886054
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English
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perceive to exist between meaningful use and reflection upon use. This<br/><br>
dialectic between use and reflection on use (or thinking, and thinking<br/><br>
about thinking) may be considered in the following way. Each of these<br/><br>
elements is subject to change. As reflection triggers change in use, and<br/><br>
such change triggers further reflection, a spiral comes about. Lived human<br/><br>
experience, and reflection upon that experience, seems to shape a<br/><br>
double helix. The monograph contains contributions exploring particular<br/><br>
ways in which studies of use could benefit from a relationship to<br/><br>
philosophical frameworks such as hermeneutics and phenomenology.},
  author       = {Nissen, Hans-Erik and Bednar, Peter and Welch, Christine},
  editor       = {Nissen, Hans-Erik and Bednar, Peter and Welch, Christine},
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  series       = {Use and Redesign in IS: Double Helix Relationships?},
  title        = {Double Helix Relationships in Use and Design of Informing Systems: Lessons to Learn from Phenomenology and Hermeneutics},
  year         = {2007},
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