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SOCIAL WAVE by Mind Map: SOCIAL
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SOCIAL WAVE

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tbd / social foresight glossary

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tbd / social wave glossary

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CHALLENGES OF THE 21ST CENTURY

question: will "the social" be a solution reservoir for the burning issues of our time?

global ecological destruction

to stop!

transformation to sustainable economy

stop the loss of biodiversity

global energy system

to reboot!

transformation to renewables

global poverty + migration

to fight!

global development + education

to foster!

global demographic change

to handle!

low birth + aging in industrial countries

high birthrate in developing countries

global diseases + pandemics

to prepare!

poltical instability/war/terrorism

to strengthen: cooperative mind/empathy/ ethical orientation

to be done: create global core ethics?

Big Transformation

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normative target

responding to deficits in the social reality, local, global

manipulative mechanism

manipulated

industrialized

commoditized

commercialized

advertised

promoted

normalized

hyped

object

scientific object

measured

analyzed

deconstructed

destructed

technically distorted

model to apply in technical systems

socionics

socio robotics

Neue Idee

model to apply in social systems

relation

reciprocal cognitve and/or emotional relation

graph

desire

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DIMENSIONS of the social wave

SOCIAL MEDIA internet-based sociality

social networks

social media in a narrow sense

citizen journalism

social life on the web, web as a social web (it always was), sharing mechanisms, interaction, conversation, gaming, virtual worlds

... INTERSPHERE? [time horizon +10 years] the socio-technological interference field will lead to cultural and lifestyle changee, cyborgisation of the social space: growing dependency of assistive systems, social networks, to organsize social life + contact people, socio-technological complex changes our culture and self-concept, conflict areas

conflict areas, privacy, over-sharing, social info overload, losing empathy

POWER SHIFT transformational power of internet

exactly it is "internet-based social connectivity"

political transformations, example: Arab revolutions "Social media may have been integral to the Arab revolutions and revolts of 2011." (controversial topic)

world-changing / global transition

from organisational/institutinoal forms to swarms + (meme) waves

new ways to work + organize, Co-Working, the impact of the digital lifestyle • change of the social graph • change of the "ecosystem of relations" (weak/strong ties; real friends; family) • change of the behavioral patterns in the social space (to friend/unfriend/follow/unfollow)

examples, http://www.betterplace.org, http://www.betterplace-lab.org, http://echo.to http://www.facebook.com/echo.agora

conflict areas, loss of power, ex.: Wikileaks, swarm power / swarm politics, ex.: Obama winning, post-institutional era, new leadership rules

SOCIAL INNOVATION creating new social patterns

"Social innovation refers to new strategies, concepts, ideas and organizations ..." Wikipedia

new methods to organize, create and manage ... doing things differently ... (a methodological wave)

• open innovation • co-creation • collaborative creativity, the social setting as a catalyst for productivity

SOCIAL CAPITAL, growing awareness for the relevance of "social capital", "Social capital is a sociological concept, which refers to connections within and between social networks." (Wikipedia), conflict areas, tbd, using social mechanics in a manipulative way

conflict areas, intellectual property, openness / abused, authorship

SOCIAL SECTOR new forms to organize and act

growing relevance and influence of NGO/Civil Society in political dynamics

SOCIAL BUSINESS solving problems with new business models

impact on poverty, education, health, technology access, and environment

Type I: providing a product and/or service with a specific social, ethical or environmental goal

Type II: profit-oriented business that is owned by the poor or other underprivileged parts of the society

special examples, micro finance, micro insurance

conflict areas, tbd, balancing between profit/non-profit dynamics

THIS MAP IS WORK IN PROGRESS - not complete, not accurate

Who is this?

initiator: http://willischroll.com

contact me on Facebook, Xing, Linkedin

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Social-Foresight-Network/208138049219271

Please join / share

facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/socialforesight

follow: http://twitter.com/socialforesight

share knowledge: http://www.delicious.com/socialforesight

http://socialforesight.net (now a German-speaking blog - in the future a community platform)

What is "Social Foresight"? • It is foresight research directed to the emerging "social wave" in the 21st century • Other meaning, narrow: It is foresight research directed to

AVALANCHE OF SOLUTIONS (trends+innovations to watch)

gamification

examples • http://playinterrobang.com/

heads/thoughtleaders • Jane McGonigal “Gaming can make a better world” http://janemcgonigal.com/

see here

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