Research Committees

RC51 Sociocybernetics



Established in 1998

Objectives

It is the main objective of the RC to promote the development of (socio)cybernetic theory and research within the social sciences. Sociocybernetics is broadly defined here as including first- and second-order cybernetics, general systems theory, and various combinations and variations of these that can be subsumed under the term "the emerging sciences of complexity", to the extent these can be applied to the subject matter of the social sciences.

Board 2014-2018

President Chaime MARCUELLO-SERVÓS, University of Zaragoza, Spain, chaime@unizar.es
Vice-president José A. AMOZURRUTIA, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico, j.amoz@yahoo.com
Secretary Patricia E. ALMAGUER-KALIXTO, University of Zaragoza, Spain, endev.research@gmail.com
Treasurer Saburo AKAHORI, Tokyo Woman's Christian University, Japan, akahori@lab.twcu.ac.jp
Newsletter Editor Juan Carlos BARRÓN-PASTOR, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico, juancho_barron@yahoo.com
Journal of
Sociocybernetics Editor
Fabio GIGLIETTO, University of Urbino Carlo Bo, Italy, fabio.giglietto@uniurb.it
Webmaster Luciano Gallón, Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, Colombia, luciano.gallon@upb.edu.co

XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology Program Coordinators:  Chaime MARCUELLO-SERVOS, chaime@unizar.es and Patricia E. ALMAGUER-KALIXTO, endev.research@gmail.com

Newsletter

Available on RC51 website.

Membership

Dues for a 4-year period:
Category A countries: USD 25 (students USD 15)
Category B and C countries: USD 10
Table of countries per category

A life membership in RC51 is a one-time payment of USD 50 (USD 20 for country category B or C) after the age (65) when ISA life membership becomes possible according to the ISA rules.

ISA membership registration form is available on https://isa.enoah.com/Sign-In.

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