Design for Fidelity – Inscription of Intended Actions, Participation and Behavior in Intervention Frameworks

Liv Gish, Signe Poulsen, Christine Ipsen

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    Abstract

    In the present paper we introduce the concept of script analysis first coined by Akrich (1992), to analyze and discuss the “fidelability” of intervention frameworks - meaning a framework’s ability to impose fidelity. Intervention frameworks are often designed by researchers according to their earlier experiences and best practice.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationHuman Factors in Organizational Design and Management - XI
    EditorsO. Broberg, N. Fallentin, P. Hasle, P.L. Jensen, A. Kabel, M.E. Larsen, T. Weller
    PublisherIEA Press
    Publication date2014
    Pages737-738
    Publication statusPublished - 2014
    Event11th International Symposium on Human Factors in Organizational Design and Management and 46th Annual Nordic Ergonomics Society Conference (NES) - Copenhagen, Denmark
    Duration: 17 Aug 201420 Aug 2014
    Conference number: 11
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    Conference

    Conference11th International Symposium on Human Factors in Organizational Design and Management and 46th Annual Nordic Ergonomics Society Conference (NES)
    Number11
    CountryDenmark
    CityCopenhagen
    Period17/08/201420/08/2014
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    Keywords

    • Intervention
    • Script
    • Fidelity
    • Design

    Cite this

    Gish, L., Poulsen, S., & Ipsen, C. (2014). Design for Fidelity – Inscription of Intended Actions, Participation and Behavior in Intervention Frameworks. In O. Broberg, N. Fallentin, P. Hasle, P. L. Jensen, A. Kabel, M. E. Larsen, & T. Weller (Eds.), Human Factors in Organizational Design and Management - XI (pp. 737-738). IEA Press.