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* Exit, Voice, and Loyalty (Hirschmann) [[User:Kaylea|Kaylea]] ([[User talk:Kaylea|talk]]) 15:52, 13 November 2019 (EST)
 
* Exit, Voice, and Loyalty (Hirschmann) [[User:Kaylea|Kaylea]] ([[User talk:Kaylea|talk]]) 15:52, 13 November 2019 (EST)
 
* The Sciences of the Artificial, HA Simon. "best known for concepts of bounded rationality and satisficing" [[User:Kaylea|Kaylea]] ([[User talk:Kaylea|talk]]) 15:48, 8 January 2020 (EST)
 
* The Sciences of the Artificial, HA Simon. "best known for concepts of bounded rationality and satisficing" [[User:Kaylea|Kaylea]] ([[User talk:Kaylea|talk]]) 15:48, 8 January 2020 (EST)
* Piaget (or, someone covering Piaget) in keeping with last year's pattern of having a reading about education [[User:Kaylea|Kaylea]] ([[User talk:Kaylea|talk]]) 15:52, 13 November 2019 (EST) Mako suggests the Piaget Primer [[User:Kaylea|Kaylea]] ([[User talk:Kaylea|talk]])
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* Piaget (or, someone covering Piaget) in keeping with last year's pattern of having a reading about education [[User:Kaylea|Kaylea]] ([[User talk:Kaylea|talk]]) 15:52, 13 November 2019 (EST) Mako suggests the [https://www.amazon.com/Piaget-Primer-Child-Thinks-Revised/dp/0452275652 A Piaget Primer: How a Child Thinks] by Dorothy Singer and Tracey Revenson [[User:Kaylea|Kaylea]] ([[User talk:Kaylea|talk]])
 
* Gabrielle Tard (Mako mentioned in orgcomm class)
 
* Gabrielle Tard (Mako mentioned in orgcomm class)
 
* Kollock, Peter and Marc Smith. 1999. Communities in Cyberspace. London: Routledge.
 
* Kollock, Peter and Marc Smith. 1999. Communities in Cyberspace. London: Routledge.
 
* Data Feminism by Katherine D'Ignazio and Lauren F. Klein (—<b>[[User:Benjamin Mako Hill|<font color="#C40099">m</font><font color="#600099">a</font><font color="#2D0399">k</font><font color="#362365">o</font>]][[User_talk:Benjamin Mako Hill|<font color="#000000">๛</font>]]</b>)
 
* Data Feminism by Katherine D'Ignazio and Lauren F. Klein (—<b>[[User:Benjamin Mako Hill|<font color="#C40099">m</font><font color="#600099">a</font><font color="#2D0399">k</font><font color="#362365">o</font>]][[User_talk:Benjamin Mako Hill|<font color="#000000">๛</font>]]</b>)

Revision as of 20:46, 5 June 2020

This space is for adding ideas for the 2020 Sociotechnocanonicon.

Proposal

We'll start with these classics:

[Week 1]
Elinor Ostrom's Govering the Commons (first half)
[Week 2]
Elinor Ostrom's Govering the Commons (second half)
[Week 3]
Yochai Benkler's "Coase's Penguin" and "Sharing Nicely"

Top Ideas

  • Data Feminism
  • Axelrod
  • Piaget
  • Coding Freedom

Lessons from 2019 Instantiation

  • Deciding on book/s needs to happen earlier so that we can get the word out and folks can plan
  • Intersecting reading choices and discussion leaders earlier would also be helpful

Structural Ideas from Post-Summer 2019

  • Part of a broader "Samba school" program that CDSC might operate as over each summer?
  • What is the periodicity of the STC? 3 years? 4 years?

Reading Ideas From 2019 Planning

  • Axelrod's wikipedia:The Evolution of Cooperation. A more controversial suggestion would be Kropotkin's wikipedia:Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolutionmako
  • Claude Shannon (or at least someone else's summary of information theory) Aaronshaw (talk) 16:38, 7 May 2019 (EDT)
  • Hayek (on information) Aaronshaw (talk) 16:39, 7 May 2019 (EDT)
  • If we want to read something ecological I would pick "organizations evolving" by Reuf and Aldrich. It may be a bit too high level and its kind of a textbook. I'd also be excited to do Marx, Weber, Durkheim. Another idea for a social theory book is "Constructing Social Theories" by Stinchcomb. Groceryheist (talk) 18:24, 5 June 2019 (EDT)
  • Giddens, A. (1984). The constitution of society: outline of the theory of structuration. University of California Press.
  • Something by Wanda Orlikowski Sneha (talk) 11:49, 6 June 2019 (EDT)
  • Jo Freeman's Tyranny of Structurelessness Sneha (talk) 11:49, 6 June 2019 (EDT) (this is very short and important! —mako 20:44, 5 June 2020 (CEST))
  • Jessica Nembhard's Collective Courage: A History of African American Cooperative Economic Thought and Practice Sneha (talk) 11:49, 6 June 2019 (EDT)
  • Francesa Polletta's Freedom is an Endless Meeting Sneha (talk) 11:49, 6 June 2019 (EDT) (I this is a new classic and and I'd really like to do it. —mako)

Reading Ideas From Post-Summer 2019

  • Castells (or, perhaps, Phil Howard on Castells, with some auxiliary reading) Kaylea (talk) 15:52, 13 November 2019 (EST)
  • Exit, Voice, and Loyalty (Hirschmann) Kaylea (talk) 15:52, 13 November 2019 (EST)
  • The Sciences of the Artificial, HA Simon. "best known for concepts of bounded rationality and satisficing" Kaylea (talk) 15:48, 8 January 2020 (EST)
  • Piaget (or, someone covering Piaget) in keeping with last year's pattern of having a reading about education Kaylea (talk) 15:52, 13 November 2019 (EST) Mako suggests the A Piaget Primer: How a Child Thinks by Dorothy Singer and Tracey Revenson Kaylea (talk)
  • Gabrielle Tard (Mako mentioned in orgcomm class)
  • Kollock, Peter and Marc Smith. 1999. Communities in Cyberspace. London: Routledge.
  • Data Feminism by Katherine D'Ignazio and Lauren F. Klein (—mako)