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This paper contrasts two approaches to knowledge sharing for socioeconomic development to examine how assumptions about knowledge are reflected in computer-based information systems. The paper argues that socio-technical systems for global knowledge sharing posses a bias resulting from choices about technology and from assumptions about knowledge, and that(More)
BACKGROUND The literature describes teenagers as active users of social media, who seem to care about privacy, but who also reveal a considerable amount of personal information. There have been no studies of how they manage personal health information on social media. OBJECTIVE To understand how chronically ill teenage patients manage their privacy on(More)
This paper takes a socio-technical perspective to analyze the ongoing practices of making an eHealth infrastructure, namely a web-based communication platform, which aims to improve healthcare delivery in Norway. The platform is planned to support interaction between patients and healthcare providers, patient access to personal health information, and(More)
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