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研究生:林珊蒂
研究生(外文):Sandy Mejia
論文名稱:Using Actor Network Theory to Analyze the Handicraft Industry in Honduras
論文名稱(外文):使用行為者網絡理論分析宏都拉斯手工藝產業
指導教授:Lin, Fu-renLin, Fu-ren引用關係
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立清華大學
系所名稱:國際專業管理碩士班
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:企業管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2012
畢業學年度:100
論文頁數:47
中文關鍵詞:Actor Network TheoryHandicraft IndustryIntegrate activitiesCoordinate activities
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ABSTRACT
In these times the handicraft industry in Honduras is facing several difficulties, regarding to the labor, financing, increasing cost, among others, but the main issue that this industry has is that there are a lot of small companies producing the same type of product and when they have a considerable order quantity, they are not able to supply it. That has made more difficult the development of the industry and making increasingly arduous the exports of its products. Thisresearch presents Actor‐Network Theory (ANT) as a framework for analyses and understanding
of the handicraft’s industry through a case study of such industry. Also ANT is adopted for the development of the network for the comprehension of how the different actors can be integrated and to coordinate the activities and resources for the growth of the industry. We found the main problem of the handicraft’ industry is that a lot of companies produced the same product, and each company in the network is looking for its own interests and working
alone. They don’t have the capacity to afford a considerable order. Combining capabilities and the integration of actors is seen by the handicraft’s industry as a very important point for the better performance of the network. By working together, not only the cost of transaction reduced by networking but also the cost of commercial information. In that way, all the actors in the network can gain competitiveness, growth possibilities and create more value to the entire network.
Keywords: Actor‐Network Theory; handicraft’s industry; integrate and coordinate activities and resources.
LIST OF TABLES
LIST OF FIGURES
CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION
1.1 Research Background and Motivation
1.2 Research Objectives and Methodology
1.3 Research Structure
CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1 Honduras Business Environment
2.2 Small and Medium Enterprise (SME’s) in Honduras
2.3 Issues faced by SME’s in Honduras
2.4 Theoretical Framework.
2.4.1 Actor Network Theory
CHAPTER THREE. HONDURAS’s HANDICRAFT INDUSTRY. CASE STUDY
3.1 Background of the Handicraft Industry in Honduras
3.2 Entities related with the Handicraft’s Industry in Honduras
3.3 Networking Activities
3.4 Issues faced by Handicraft’s Industry in Honduras
3.5 Handicraft’s Exports
CHAPTER FOUR. USING ACTOR NETWORK THEORY FOR THE ANALYSIS OF THE HANDICRAFT INDUSTRY IN HONDURAS
4.1 Problematization
4.1.1 Define the problem
4.1.2 Identify the Obligatory Passage Point (OPP)
4.1.3 Identify all the actors.
4.2 Intéressement
4.2.1 Identify Actor’s interest and roles.
4.2.2 Identify interaction between the actors in the network
4.2.3 Negotiation of Interest
4.2.4 Inscription
4.3 Designing Enrollment Strategies
4.4 Mobilization of Allies
CHAPTER FIVE. CONCLUSION AND SUGGESTIONS
5.1 Discussion and Conclusions
5.2 Suggestions
5.3 Future Research
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