An empirically informed taxonomy for the Maker movement.

Bereich: Technik & Wissen

The Maker Movement emerged from a renewed interest in the physical side of innovation following the dot-com bubble and the rise of the participatory Web 2.0 and the decreasing costs of many digital fabrication technologies. Classifying concepts, i.e. building taxonomies, is a fundamental practice when developing a topic of interest into a research field. Taking advantage of the growth of the Social Web and participation platforms, this paper suggests a multidisciplinary analysis of communications and online behaviors related to the Maker community in order to develop a taxonomy 

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Voigt, C., Montero, C. S., & Menichinelli, M. (2016). An empirically informed  taxonomy for the Maker movement. In International conference on Internet Science (INSCI  2016). Florence, Italy: Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-45982-0_17


AutorInnen: Voigt , C.


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Kategorie: Proceedings

Publikations Datum: 2017

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