Week 16? Research Methods
Week 16? Research Methods Pols 201
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Date Created: 04/25/16
The road to vulnerability Large scale public works to facilitate dense human settlement and economic development Machines to run systems more efficiently and without health risks to humans Automation to remove human error and potential environmental catastrophe Network technology to manage sites remotely enabling them to be built away from human population Systems thinking A network or set of connected things that forma complex whole o Open system: boundaries are undefined o C Complicating factors o Political boundaries Interactions of different systems of behavior that function on different time scales o Multigenerational discrepancies o Stakeholders with different levels of motivation o And different reasons for being interested o Adaptation Complexity Not detail complexity o Not difficult to understand o Dynamic complexity The same action may have very different effects in the short run vs. the long run Intended consequences may occur in one part of the system, but different unintended may occur in another part Systems thinking is not dealing with dynamic complexity by focusing on detail complexity Learning Complex Adaptive Systems o Social systems are constantly adapting and evolving o All new information changes the behavior of actors in the system The system today is different from the system yesterday And tomorrow will be different because of today Complex Adaptive Systems Social systems are constantly adapting and evolving All new information changes the behavior of actors in the system System today is different from the system yesterday Study in systems Circles of influence Stable System is a blanked system Understand the nature of it o Understand when and how we have achieved balance Crime: poverty Reinforcing loop in a balancing loop. Build out system, identify key loops o Other issues,
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