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Transitional economies with large geographical areas (such as Brazil, Russia, India, and China) represent both a challenge and an opportunity for the creation of spatial data infrastructures (SDIs). Setting up an SDI in transitional economies is critically dependent on the diffusion of...
The development of spatial data infrastructures (SDIs) is often the victim of an excessive focus on data and standards. In this paper we use the hermeneutics of Gadamer and Habermas to understand the problem of how SDIs can succeed. We use Gadamer's concept of phronesis to show how being an...
The cadastre provides formal instruments for governments to administer land, theoretically assuring critical space and resources for economic activities in Western societies. The informal organization of access and control of land in any society, conducted often in parallel to the formal...
The theory of technological frames provides a useful lens to analyze and understand diverse meanings and expectations attached by different stakeholder groups around information and communication technologies (ICTs) sought to be introduced in organizations. These differing perceptions have been...
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