The Role of Boundary Objects in Collaborative Radio Production

Berryman, B 2018, 'The Role of Boundary Objects in Collaborative Radio Production' in Golo Follmer, Alexander Badenoch (ed.) Transnationalizing Radio Research, transcript Verlag, Bielefeld, Germany, pp. 271-281.


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Title The Role of Boundary Objects in Collaborative Radio Production
Author(s) Berryman, B
Year 2018
Title of book Transnationalizing Radio Research
Publisher transcript Verlag
Place of publication Bielefeld, Germany
Editor(s) Golo Follmer, Alexander Badenoch
Start page 271
End page 281
Subjects Communication Studies
Organisational, Interpersonal and Intercultural Communication
Communication Technology and Digital Media Studies
Summary This case study posits that collaborative production is the result of a dynamic interplay between both technological and social factors, examining some of the ways boundary negotiating artifacts, or boundary objects, can enable effective collaboration between radio producers in co-located and distributed networked environments.
Copyright notice © 2018 transcript Verlag, Bielefeld. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-No-Derivatives 4.0 (BY-NC-ND)
Keyword(s) Radio
Collaboration
Boundary objects
ISBN 9783837639131
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