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ICTs in the Rush Hour of Life Valerie Frissen 1999 Information & Communication Technologies (ICTs) Computers, internet, telephones, cell phones, CDi, fax machines, answering machines Main focus: Telecommunication Demographics Dual-income families, generally well-educated

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information communication technologies icts
Information & Communication Technologies (ICTs)
  • Computers, internet, telephones, cell phones, CDi, fax machines, answering machines
  • Main focus: Telecommunication
demographics
Demographics
  • Dual-income families, generally well-educated
  • Division of time between work/home, male/female has become increasingly blurred due to changing societal structure
routines
Routines
  • Families becoming much busier
    • Carefully planned schedules
    • If something goes wrong, entire schedule falls apart
  • Time-adjusting strategies
    • Working at home in the evenings
    • Calling home from work
  • Space-adjusting strategies
    • Fax machine at home
    • Available on cell phone at all times
acceptance of icts
Acceptance of ICTs
  • ICTs role is ambiguous, so the boundaries between work and private life become even less defined.
  • Tensions
  • -Time-saving or time-consuming?
  • -always available (cell phone)
icts in the home
ICTs in the home
  • Products sold for ideal use, but not used for such after purchase.
  • Modern consumer / curious to new technologies.
  • Many families do not perceive a need for ICTs, and current products haven’t addressed consumer needs other.
conclusions
Conclusions
  • Demographics
  • Everyday practices and routines
  • Acceptance/use of ICT
  • Domestication process
  • Lesson learned
    • ICT – Smart Home
    • Barrier
      • User’s perception of needs
      • User’s passions