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|Title:||Is Facebook A Ride-Sharing Platform? Exploration Through Affordance Theory||Authors:||Santa, Mijalche
Ciunova shuleska, Anita
|Keywords:||Facebook, Sharing economy, Ride-sharing, Affordance theory||Issue Date:||16-Jun-2019||Source:||Santa, M. and Ciunova Shuleska, A. (2019) Is Facebook A Ride-Sharing Platform? Exploration Through Affordance Theory 32nd Bled eConference – Humanizing Technology for a Sustainable Society, 16-19.06.2019, Bled, Slovenia||Conference:||32nd Bled eConference – Humanizing Technology for a Sustainable Society, 16-19.06.2019, Bled, Slovenia||Abstract:||Peer-to-peer ride-sharing is one of the most complex archetype of the sharing economy. As a result, dedicated digital platforms, designed specifically to handle this complexity, have emerged. However, there are practices where Facebook is used to organise the ride-sharing, although it lack features that can handle the complexity of ride-sharing. In this research-in-progress paper we demonstrate the importance for researching these practices. We justify the appropriateness for using the Affordance - actualisation lens for analysing the practices. We present the preliminary results from the first case study research.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12188/4804|
|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Economics 02: Conference papers / Трудови од научни конференции|
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