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W. Michael Johnson: Microscale Ecometrics 031516

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W. Michael Johnson: Microscale Ecometrics 031516

  1. 1. Micro-scale Ecometrics: Digital Imaging of Social Interaction W.  Michael  Johnson   Poli&cal  Science  Adjunct     Macualay  Honors  College  CSI/CUNY   Spitzer  School  of  Arch.  CCNY/CUNY             ESS / Digital Sociology, Boston March 17-18, 2016
  2. 2. “There’s too much value in a in-person meeting… face-to-face is like a river of information” “Group” Study” Charles Duhigg, NYT, 02.28.2026 ESS / Digital Sociology, Boston March 17-18, 2016
  3. 3. “We are commingling our cognitive space with the technological.” Fitz, Nicholas S, and Peter B Reiner. “Time to Expand the Mind.” Nature 531.3 March (2016): S9 “Multi-modal analysis of video data and face-to-face interaction” National Centre for Research Methods (2013) ESS / Digital Sociology, Boston March 17-18, 2016
  4. 4. “As the Data Deluge Grows, Companies Are Rethinking Storage ” Quentin Hardy, NYT, 03.15.2016 Paluck,  Elizabeth  Levy,  Hana  Shepherd,  and  Peter  M.  Aronow.  “Changing  Climates  of  Conflict:  A  Social  Network   Experiment  in  56  Schools.”  Proceedings  of  the  Na1onal  Academy  of  Sciences  113.3  (2016):  568   ESS / Digital Sociology, Boston March 17-18, 2016 “No one can look at all of their data anymore. They need algorithms just to decide what to look at.”
  5. 5. “For most the impulse to flee from problem-driven theory to method-driven theory proves irresistible.” ESS / Digital Sociology, Boston March 17-18, 2016 Ian Shapiro, Flight from Reality in the Human Sciences, 2010, p. 22
  6. 6. “The process of dividing up a system into separate elements for analysis assumes that the separation is feasible in both principle and approach. This assumption fails spectacularly for complex sociotechnical systems.” ESS / Digital Sociology, Boston March 17-18, 2016 Carayon, Pascale et al. “Advancing a Sociotechnical Systems Approach to Workplace Safety – Developing the Conceptual Framework.” Ergonomics 0139.April (2015): 1–17.
  7. 7. “We live in places that have social meanings and structured differences inscribed all over them.” ESS / Digital Sociology, Boston March 17-18, 2016 Sampson, Robert, The Great American City: Chicago and the Enduring Neighborhood Effect, University of Chicago Press, 2012. p, 374: on neighborhood choice. p. 182: on neighborhood collective efficacy “The collective nature and spatial concentration of such phenomena have been overlooked”  
  8. 8. ESS / Digital Sociology, Boston March 17-18, 2016 iPhone 4 +oSnap ap+ matlab image processing code
  9. 9. ESS / Digital Sociology, Boston March 17-18, 2016 Johnson, W Michael, Danuta A Nitecki, et. al.. Peer Engagement as a Common Resource. Ann Arbor, MI: The Society of College and University Planners, 201.
  10. 10. Project funded by: The Hideo Sasaki Foundation Drexel University Danuta Nitecki Dean of Libraries, Professor, Drexel University Michael John Khoo Drexel University Ronak Nathani Drexel University Sundar Ram Swaminathan Drexel University ESS / Digital Sociology, Boston March 17-18, 2016 Johnson, W Michael, Danuta A Nitecki, et. al.. Peer Engagement as a Common Resource. Ann Arbor, MI: The Society of College and University Planners, 201.

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