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In this paper we argue that attentive observation of the evolution of e-Government can result in the identification of patterns that affect this process in a deep, subconscious and recursive way. These patterns can be used to enhance the contemporary modelling methodologies of information systems which play a crucial role in their overall efficiency. In(More)
In this paper we study the reciprocal interaction between a specific technological construct of contemporary times, namely Information Systems (IS) for e-Government and the way human agents conceive of this construct and employ it in their daily conduct. We build our analysis around case studies concerning two European e-Government research and development(More)
Although there are significant differences between Organization Studies, Information Systems and e-Government, certain boundaries between them have started to dissolve in the light of recent developments. Even though influences can be traced among all three concerning research results, epistemo-logical interaction could produce interesting outcomes. In this(More)
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