Traduction temporelle de la relation humain-technologie-organisation : validation et perspectives autour de la symbiose

Abstract : Researches about the issue of human-technology-organization relationship hinge mostly on the concept of acceptance (davis, 1986). Our proposal is based on the theory of symbiosis initiated by licklider (1960). It considers the human-technology relationship through co-evolution, human capacity expansion and mutual dependence. From a questionnaire survey on 483 persons, we have proved the metric qualities of the scale and proposed to revise the initial modeling designer centered. We have extracted a new modeling based on the user view. in a second step, the symbiosis has been set within a time perspective in addition to the "acceptance". This second study confirmed the distinctiveness of acceptance and symbiosis which are two steps of a technological course. Furthermore, symbiosis is influenced by individual characteristics of the user (how it considers its relationship to technology) and characteristics of technology (complexity, response to a need for amplification of human capacity and simplifying the interaction). The link between user activity and technology is also an important factor. The results are discussed from a theoretical and methodological point of view
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Sonia Adelé. Traduction temporelle de la relation humain-technologie-organisation : validation et perspectives autour de la symbiose. Sociologie. Université Paul Verlaine - Metz, 2011. Français. ⟨NNT : 2011METZ003L⟩. ⟨tel-01748906⟩

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