On June 25th and 26th, 2019, our fourth project meeting was held at CITEC in Bielefeld. In the course of the meeting, the results of the first half of the project were reflected, discussed with the Advisory Board, and tailored to the demands of the second half of the project.
We specifically presented an overview over the interdisciplinary research on the topic of social appropriateness which addressed – amongst others – the emergence, instillment, and alteration of norms, theories on action and behaviour, culture theories, forms of knowledge organization, and politeness research. Further on we gave an outlook over the dimensions of social appropriateness that have already been implemented in technical assistance systems and identified options of linking the remainder of theories which have so far not been technically implemented.
We look forward to the tasks awaiting us in the second half of the project related to the research on transferability options for e.g. (socio-)psychological, philosophical, linguistic, cultural theoretical, and sociological theories concerning the phenomenon of social appropriateness to technical systems.
We’d like to share a little photographic impression with you (please click on the image to enlarge!):