A Look at the Three Pillars of CCO

History in the making: The second day of our meeting in Hamburg featured a unique combination of scholars, namely, Francois Cooren, Bob McPhee, and David Seidl. The three of them most certainly represent the three pillars of CCO thinking (i.e., the Montreal School, Structuration Theory à la Giddens, and Luhmann’s Social Systems Theory). The video of the panel discussion will be available shortly, but to you give a first glance, here’s our moderator, Dennis Schoeneborn, on the far left, and then from left to right: Francois, David, and Bob.

One Comment on “A Look at the Three Pillars of CCO”

  1. […] regret to have to inform you that we lost the video recordings of our Three Pillars of CCO meeting from back in March. It’s not a failure of hardware or software, which would be […]

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