Sociospatial dimensions of technology adoption : recent M-commerce and E-commerce developments

@inproceedings{Aoyama2002SociospatialDO,
  title={Sociospatial dimensions of technology adoption : recent M-commerce and E-commerce developments},
  author={Yuko Aoyama},
  year={2002}
}
Despite globalization and alleged technological convergence, there remains great variation in the form, manner, and speed of technological adoption and adaptation across societies. In this paper I examine conceptual problems of the information society by considering the differential impacts of technology on production and consumption, and analyzing how sociospatial factors, such as urban form, consumer preference, and cultural attributes shape the patterns of technological adoption in the… CONTINUE READING

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