Interactivity-as-Product and Interactivity-as-Process

@article{StromerGalley2004InteractivityasProductAI,
  title={Interactivity-as-Product and Interactivity-as-Process},
  author={Jennifer Stromer-Galley},
  journal={The Information Society},
  year={2004},
  volume={20},
  pages={391 - 394}
}
This article attempts to clarify the murky conceptual water of “interactivity,” arguing that the term refers to two distinct phenomena: interactivity between people and interactivity between people and computers or networks. The former orients research on the process of interactivity. The latter orients research on the product of interactivity. That two distinct phenomena have been labeled with the same term causes problems when one wants to move from theorizing about interactivity in the… Expand

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