Socially-Sensitive Systems Design: Exploring Social Potential

Kirstie Bellman, Jean Botev, Hanno Hildmann, Peter R. Lewis, Stephen Marsh, Jeremy Pitt, Ingo Scholtes, and Sven Tomforde
IEEE Technology and Society Magazine. Volume: 36, Issue: 3, pp 72 - 80. 2017.

In human society, individuals have long voluntarily organized themselves in groups, which embody, provide and/or facilitate a range of different social concepts, such as governance, justice, or mutual aid. These social groups vary in form, size, and permanence, but in different ways provide benefits to their members. In turn, members of these groups use their understanding and awareness of group expectations to help determine their own actions, to the benefit of themselves, each other, and the health of the group.

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author={K. Bellman and J. Botev and H. Hildmann and P. R. Lewis and S. Marsh and J. Pitt and I. Scholtes and S. Tomforde},
journal={IEEE Technology and Society Magazine},
title={Socially-Sensitive Systems Design: Exploring Social Potential},
year={2017},
volume={36},
number={3},
pages={72-80},
keywords={Complex systems;Sociotechnical systems;Space stations;System analysis and design;System of systems;Uncertainty},
doi={10.1109/MTS.2017.2728727},
ISSN={0278-0097},
month={Sept},}