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Innovation and hybrid genres: disturbing social rhythm in legal practice.

  This paper explores the non-adoption of an innovation via the concept of hybrid genres, that is digital genres that emerge from a non-digital material precedent. As instances of innovation these are often resisted because they disturb the order of activity and balance of power relations in a given situation, or require users to make conceptual and physical adaptation efforts that they consider too costly. The authors investigate such issues with a case study of the introduction of a hybrid digital genre, ODR or online dispute resolution, in legal practice.

  • Date:

    14 June 2004

  • Publication Status:

    Published

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Horton, K., & Davenport, E. (2004). Innovation and hybrid genres: disturbing social rhythm in legal practice

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Keywords

Knowledge management; information systems; online dispute resolution; adoption; innovation; genres;

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