A Conference of Sociocybernetics is a unique and ideal academic forum for discussing on innovation and social conflicts, one that goes beyond the boundaries of traditional disciplines. The Conference has no parallel sessions, thus we encourage all participants to contribute to and profit from the full stream of discussions during the Conference, which, as a developing conversation, usually embraces all of the presentations, systemically and over-archingly. The goal of the 2017 Conference is, therefore, bring researchers from different disciplines together to explore, within a sociocybernetics approach, the challenges and opportunities related to the complex relationships between innovation and social conflicts.
We invite the submission of proposals to discuss innovation and social conflicts from a sociocybernetics perspective. Topics may include:
- Conflict resolution
- Culture clash and systemic change
- Cybercultur@ and knowledge communities
- Innovation systems
- Innovation vs. Tradition
- Media, protests and political action
- New forms of social organization
- News production, circulation and consumption
- Privacy, control and surveillance
- Simulation and computational social science
- Sustainable Development
The Details of the Conference can be obtained here!