Nathan Stehr

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The assertion about the unique 'complexity' or the peculiarly intricate character of social phenomena has, at least within sociology, a long, venerable and virtually uncontested tradition. At the turn of the last century, classical social theorists, for example, Georg Simmel and Emile Durkheim, made prominent and repeated reference to this attribute of the(More)
Interpersonal awareness is one person’s up-to-the moment knowledge about other group members, while artifact awareness is one person’s up-to-the-moment knowledge about other group members’ work artifacts; both contribute to fluid group coordination and interaction. Many popular computer-mediated communication systems focus on interpersonal awareness, with(More)
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