Frauke Mörike


Frauke Mörike works as a research fellow at the Division of Ergonomics at the Institute of Psychology and Ergonomics of Technische Universität Berlin. She studied business information technology, social anthropology and psychology. Prior to her PhD in organizational anthropology at the Universität Heidelberg, she worked as an IT-professional in the industry for over a decade. Her research interests focus on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) in complex organisations, on assistive technologies in the workplace, and on the development of ethnographic methods for systems design and evaluation.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, Non-European Ethnology, Sociology, Sociology of Economy, Organization, Labor, and Industry

Publications in the Series: Labor and Organization

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Working Misunderstandings

An Ethnography of Project Collaboration in a Multinational Corporation in India

Misunderstandings should be avoided? This book demonstrates why they are necessary and productive for collaborative work in complex organisations.

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