These rules include the practices, skills, and knowledge that are involved in designing, implementing, maintaining, and using ICTs
The rules of the IE are not a set of stable, fixed structural elements
As Strauss and Corbin (1991; 206) point out, ┼grules themselves are negotiable ... they are human arrangements ... and part of a negotiated order┼h
Some rules in the IE are relatively static while others rules can change very quickly, depending on circumstance.
III. Context as information environment
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