Posts filed under ‘Sociocybernetics’

Research interest

My current research interest is looking how oral tradition, enculturation, and the production of native/aboriginal art and artefacts contribute to the teaching and learning process of early societies and whether those methods can be replicated or emulated in modern virtual environments.

This model is one in which teaching and learning ‘conversations’ in the classroom, the living room, the board room and distributed virtual rooms can be combined, structured and evaluated. That these conversations occur in “primitive” or “modern” societies; on or off-line is irrelevant.

21 October, 2005 at 00:14 3 comments

Sociocybernetics defined

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Sociocybernetics is an independent chapter of science in sociology based upon the General Systems Theory and Cybernetics. It also has a basis in Organizational Development (OD) consultancy practice and in Theories of Communication, theories of psychotherapies and computer sciences.

20 October, 2005 at 22:07 Leave a comment


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