Sociomateriality - taking the wrong turning? A response to Mutch

@article{Scott2013SociomaterialityT,
  title={Sociomateriality - taking the wrong turning? A response to Mutch},
  author={Susan V. Scott and Wanda J. Orlikowski},
  journal={Information and Organization},
  year={2013},
  volume={23},
  pages={77-80}
}
In responding to Mutch's (2013) commentary on sociomateriality, our aim is to reassert a well-established tradition of plurality in theoretical approaches in information systems and organization research. We challenge his critique by proxy and exclusionary discourse in favour of identifying commonalities and mutuality among theories that explore subtle realism. Further, we maintain that ruling out novel perspectives and stifling innovation is likely to undermine any field of study. If there is… CONTINUE READING

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