Contextuality of participation in IS design: a developing country perspective

@inproceedings{Puri2004ContextualityOP,
  title={Contextuality of participation in IS design: a developing country perspective},
  author={S. K. Puri and Elaine Byrne and Jos{\'e} Leopoldo Nhampossa and Zubeeda Banu Quraishy},
  booktitle={PDC},
  year={2004}
}
Participatory approaches to information systems design have evolved over approximately the last three decades, mainly in Scandinavia, Europe, and lately in the US. However there has been limited and peripheral research and debates over participatory design approaches and techniques in developing country settings. This paper explores three case studies in developing countries where participatory approaches have been used in the design and implementation of health information systems. The… CONTINUE READING
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