- self- + organization (Wiktionary)
“In fact, the rise of organic self-organization--the powerful force behind social media and its massive communities like Facebook, LinkedIn, QQ and Twitter--has already changed the marketplace and is an emerging threat to all industrial-age institutions, be they governmental, commercial, political, social, or religious.”
“They have shown a remarkable degree of self-organization using the new technologies.”
“Liquid state is the only one that allows self-organization processes, and the only state that allows for life, as we know it.”
“Many activists were encouraged by the spontaneous self-organization of the sympathy protests in Beijing and Shanghai.”
“[AS] Would you say broadly though that self-organization should be used and trusted more than it is now?”
“There are many settings that discourage self-organization”
“[AS] Well, I was going to ask you whether your research has also shed light on the conditions that lead to good self-organization.”
“[EO] Yeah, and I have an article in Science in July of this past year which lays out a broad diagnostic framework and identifies a number of variables that are associated with self-organization.”
“This paper suggests that existing institutions could be harnessed to grow the tools and nurture the conditions that promote self-organization of groups and democratic decentralized self-governance.”
“Yet the reality is that in politics, “self-organization” is rare, being hard to initiate and even harder to sustain.”
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