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main module 4 socio technology

Main Module 4SOCIO-TECHNOLOGY

CVT GEORGIKI ANAPTIXI

structure main module 4
Structure – Main module 4

Main Module 4

Socio - Technology

objectives of socio technological systems module 1
Objectives of Socio-technological systems – Module 1
  • Κnowledge of sociotechnology and its impact to society.
  • To be able to analyze a problem of a socio-technology system in a changeable environment with the direct consequences.
  • Recognition and understanding of ethics and sociotechnology challenges.
  • To be able to gain new ideas, opinions and ability of evaluation for new problems in modern society.
learning outcomes of socio technological systems
Learning outcomes of Socio-technological systems
  • Acquisition of knowledge for sociotechnology systems, society, communication, industry, environment, cooperative strategies, media technology and consequences in new conditions.
  • Skills for recognition of new systems and their consequences to environment and society.
  • Living with the diversity and its prosperous challenges for a creative society.
  • Taking an equal attitude towards now socio-technology systems.
  • Stimulating creativity, innovation and modernization as a way of self-improvement.
structure module
Structure - Module

Module 1

Socio-technological systems

object oriented thematically enclosed list of subjects submodules
Object oriented thematically enclosed list of subjects (submodules):
  • Socio-technology
  • Society
  • Groups structure in Society
  • Macro-environment of Society
  • Socio-technology and science
  • Socio-technology and communication
  • Ethics and Socio-technology
  • Industry and Socio-technology
  • Environment
  • Socio-technology systems
  • Socio-technology challenges
  • Cooperative strategies
  • Media technology and society
  • Consequences
submodules
Submodules

Module 1

Socio-technology Systems

  • Socio-technology
  • Society
  • Groups structure in Society
  • Macro-environment of Society
  • Socio-technology and science
  • Socio-technology and communication
  • Ethics and Socio-technology
  • Industry and Socio-technology
  • Environment
  • Socio-technology systems
  • Socio-technology challenges
  • Cooperative strategies
  • Media technology and society

Compulsory

  • Consequences
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Semester 7

Teaching Methods (Student Workload)

2 Credits

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Sub-modules and contents

  • The field of the sociotechnology
  • Terminology
  • Different aspects

Sociotechnology

  • What is society
  • Connected group in society
  • Societal goal
  • Interactions

Society

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Sub-modules and contents

  • Aspects of structure
  • Conditions of structure
  • Different subjects

Groups structure in Society

  • Social segment
  • Economic segment
  • Political segment
  • Technological segment

Macro-environment of Society

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Sub-modules and contents

  • Technology what includes.
  • What offers sociotechnology to science.
  • How sociotechnology shapes and is
  • shaped by general environment.

Sociotechnology and science

Sociotechnology and communication

  • Communication and its important.
  • Consequences of communication.
  • Types of communication.
  • Knowledge and how it is obtained.
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Sub-modules and contents

  • What is ethics.
  • Its importance to new technology
  • and society.
  • Technological literacy.
  • Abilities that a person must have in
  • order to be able to manage an analysis.

Ethics and sociotechnology

Industry and Sociotechnology

  • Industry and new world.
  • Consequences of the development.
  • Creation of new society.
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Sub-modules and contents

Environment

  • Environment and impacts to social life.
  • Principles for word development
  • sustainability.
  • Importance of its protection.
  • What is a socio-technology system.
  • Importance of the socio-technology
  • systems.
  • Characteristics of socio-technology
  • systems.

Socio-technology systems

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Sub-modules and contents

  • Aims of challenges.
  • Threats of knowledge.
  • Knowledge strategy.

Sociotechnologychallenges

  • Necessity of cooperative strategies.
  • Responsibility of organizations.
  • Dimension of “central-decentralised
  • orientation”.
  • Dimension of “human factor orientation”.

Cooperative strategies

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Sub-modules and contents

  • Media technology and affects to society.
  • Importance of media technology.
  • Its impact to culture and civilization.
  • Attitudes, behavior and feelings that create.

Media technology and society

slide17

Development of media technology

Evolution of society

Example

New information systems & techniques, media

Creation of new ideas, opinions, status

New norms for society, evolution of current conditions

Connection between media technology and society

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Sub-modules and contents

  • Improvement the quality of life.
  • Improvement of communication.
  • Impact on personal organization.
  • Enhanced productivity and creativity.
  • Creation of new jobs more profitable.
  • Change of culture.
  • Social changes.
  • Society collaborative opportunities.
  • Division of people.
  • People are depended on technology.

Consequences

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Flexible work environment (Good relations among employers and employee)

Increase of productivity and creativity (Better results in personal and business level)

More Internal intention for work

Sub-modules and contents

Fig 11: Relation between technology and productivity / creativity

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Bibliografical References

  • Koulougliotis D. N, (1992) “Business and Society – Its Social Character”.
  • Bogia – Karteri, K, (1997) “Corporate communication”.
  • O’Hair, D, Friedrich, W, G, & Shaver, D, L,. “Strategic Communication in Business and the Profession” Third edition.
  • Post, E, J, Frederick, C, W, Lawrence, A, T, & Weber, J, (1996) “Business and Society”.
  • Masutti , O, (2001) “Impact of IT on society in the new century”
  • Sheldon, A, (1999) “The Cultural Impact of Computer Technology”.
  • Defleur, M., D' Antonio, w., Defleur, L., (1973). “Sociology: Human Society”. Publisher: Foresman and Company.
  • Brom, L., & Selznick, P.(1973). “Sociology: A Text With Adapted Reading”. Publisher: Harper & Row.
  • Arvanitidis, A, P, (2006) “A framework of socioeconomic organizations: redefining original institutional economics along critical realist philosophical lines”.
  • Dascal, M, & Dror, I, E, (2005) “The impact of cognitive technologies”
  • Background paper to the European Union Presidency Conference for a better quality of work (Brussels, 20-21 September 2001) “The impact of new forms of work organization on working conditions and health”.
  • Michelle Maiese (2003) “The Necessity of Social Structural Change”
  • E-Learning Engine, LLC (2006) “Knowledge management”.
  • O’Mahony, M, Robinson, C, & Vecchi, M, (2003) “The Impact of ICT on the Demand for Skilled Labour: A cross-country comparison”.
  • Social Justice Committee http://s-j-c.net/English/SandT/sociotech.html
main module 4 socio technology1

Main Module 4SOCIO-TECHNOLOGY

Module 2Environmental systems II

CVT GEORGIKI ANAPTIXI

structure module 2
Structure – Module 2

Module 2

Environmental Systems II

objectives of environmemtal systems submodule 1
Objectives of Environmemtal Systems – Submodule 1
  • Impartment of theoretical knowledge and practical skills about environmental systems.
  • Appropriate knowledge about ecology and society, ecosystem and energy transformation.
  • Provision of information about the ecosystem and its development, and for environmental management systems.
  • Accountability for protection of environment – society and conformation with the environmental rules.
learning outcomes of environmemtal systems
Learning outcomes of Environmemtal Systems
  • Installation of sufficient professional ability for ecology thinking and new attitudes in new environmental conditions.
  • Increase of personal creativity for using new types of energy.
  • Development of ability to take initiatives in the area of environmental systems.
  • Provision of supplementary and specialized knowledge and skills in order to equip them appropriately for the effective execution of their duties.
structure submodule
Structure - submodule

Submodule 1

Environmental Systems

object oriented thematically enclosed list of subjects submodules1
Object oriented thematically enclosed list of subjects (submodules):
  • Ecology and Society
  • Ecosystem
  • Energy information
  • Ecosystem development
  • Environmental Management Systems
  • Protection of environment and society
  • Rules for soil protection
submodules1
Submodules

Submodule 1

Environmental Systems

  • Ecology and Society
  • Ecosystem
  • Energy Transformation
  • Ecosystem Development
  • Environmental Management Systems
  • Protection of Environment and Society
  • Rules for soil protection

Compulsory

slide28
Semester 7

Teaching Methods (Student Workload)

2 Credits

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Sub-modules and contents

Ecology and Society

  • What is ecology.
  • Interactive relation between human
  • and environment.
  • Connection between climate changes
  • and social-ecological problems.
  • Balance between human society and
  • environment.
  • Ecological systems and their dynamics
  • to society.
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Sub-modules and contents

Air, climate, weather

Ecosystem

Thermosphere

Mesosphere

Stratosphee

Land

Water

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Sub-modules and contents

Energy

Ecosystem

Nuclear energy

Hydrogen

Biomass

Geothermal energy

Water energy

Wind energy

Solar energy

Food chain

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Picture 3: Wind turbines that produce electricity in Nafplio - Greece

Fig 4: Operation of a photovoltaic system

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Sub-modules and contents

Energy Transformation

  • What is energy transformation.
  • Characteristics of energy
  • transformation.
  • Elements participated to this process.

Ecosystem Development

  • Terminology of ecosystem
  • development and its parameters.
  • Changes occur in major structural and
  • functional characteristics of a
  • developing ecosystem.
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Sub-modules and contents

Environment Management Systems

  • Approach of environment
  • management systems.
  • ISO.
  • Aspects of environment management
  • systems.
  • ISO 14000.
  • ISO 14001.
  • Commitment and policy.
  • Planning.
  • Implementation.
  • Measurements and evaluation.
  • Review and improvement
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Primary environmental inspection

Politic

Organization and responsibilities

Reviews

Catalogue of effects

Inspections

Evaluation of effects

Files

Catalogue with legislation

Operative control

Aims and objectives

Manual of environmental management

Plan of environmental management

Fig 7. Cycle of an Environmental Management System

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Sub-modules and contents

Protection of environment and society

  • Protection of environment and society
  • through new technology.
  • Wild birds and mammals.
  • Honey bees.
  • Other beneficial insects.
  • Livestock.
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Sub-modules and contents

Rules for soil protection

  • Waste disposal.
  • Contaminated land.
  • Water pollution.
  • Soil Fertility.
  • Biological activity.
  • Soil acidity.
  • Soil nutrient content.
  • Degradation.
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Example: There are some regulations that the factories and big enterprises have to compromise with in order to eliminate the contamination. On the other hand there are centers for these reasons so as to destroy the wastes without pollute the environment (Spain and other European countries). In addition in agriculture the farmers have to follow some rules for their protection and for environment. They have to collect all the wastes from fertilizers, pesticides etc in one place.

Picture 8: Degradation of soil. It is clear that the low quality

of soil has negative results to development of plants

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Bibliografical References

  • Ricklefs, R., (1993). “The Economy of Nature”. Freeman W. H.
  • Hutchinson, A, & Hutchinson, F, (1996) “Environmental Business Management – Sustainable Development in the New Millennium”.
  • Krogh, G, V, & Roos, J, (1996) “Managing Knowledge – Perspective on cooperation and competition”. Published by Sage.
  • Gerhard, S, (2003) “New Technologies and their impact on agriculture, environment and the Food Industry”.
  • Europa (2006) “Environment” http://europa.eu/scadplus/leg/en/lvb/l28066.htm
  • http://www.enviroliteracy.org/category.php/5.html
  • http://www.yale.edu/ynhti/curriculum/units/1997/7/97.07.05.x.html#c
  • http://www.windows.ucar.edu/tour/link=/earth/interior/earths_crust.html
  • http://edugreen.teri.res.in/EXPLORE/water/watintro.htm
  • http://www.howstuffworks.com/nuclear-power.htm
  • http://www.radford.edu/~wkovarik/papers/kettering.html
objectives of evaluation of consequences submodule 2
Objectives of Evaluation of Consequences – Submodule 2
  • Enhancement of theoretical knowledge and practical skills in evaluating of consequences of new technologies in society and environment with an effective way.
  • Provision of information about human activities and desertification.
  • Familiarization with processes related to evaluation of activities.
  • Quality improvement through understanding of professional orientation.
learning outcomes of evaluation of consequences
Learning outcomes of Evaluation of Consequences
  • Familiarization with processes related to environmental effects.
  • Increased awareness of own attitudes and perspectives for technology consequences.
  • Creation of a successful person and the immediate use of new systems and methods for the protection of environment.
  • Promotion of the evaluation of human activities and support of function required for the modernization society.
  • Effort to involve everyone in the quality improvement process.
structure submodule1
Structure - submodule

Submodule 2

Evaluation of Consequences

object oriented thematically enclosed list of subjects submodules2
Object oriented thematically enclosed list of subjects (submodules):
  • Human activities
  • Environmental effects of stress
  • Technologies and consequences of lead
  • Desertification
  • Evaluation of activities
  • Case study in Greece
  • Vocational aspects
submodules2
Submodules

Submodule 1

Environmental Systems

  • Human Activities
  • Environmental effects of stress
  • Technologies and consequences of lead
  • Desertification
  • Evaluation of activities
  • Case study in Greece
  • Vocational aspects

Compulsory

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Semester 8

Teaching Methods (Student Workload)

2 Credits

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Sub-modules and contents

Human activities

  • Impacts to landscape.
  • Domestication and technology.
  • Sociological problems and human
  • civilization.
  • Prospects and priorities.

Picture 1: Irrigation channel of Namata- Larissa (Greece)

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Sub-modules and contents

Environmental effects of stress

  • Types of stress.
  • Dimension of effects.

Table 1: Ecological consequences after the beginning of stress.

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Sub-modules and contents

Technologies and consequences of lead

  • Gasoline and human environment.
  • Effect of lead additives.
  • Health consequences.
  • What is desertification and the impact
  • of technology.
  • Consequences.
  • Sources of desertification.
  • Affections
  • Influences to productivity.
  • Increase of poverty.

Desertification

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Picture 2: First symptoms of desertification.

In this case after a long time it is impossible the ground to be cultivated.

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Sub-modules and contents

Evaluation of activities

  • Environment functions and activities.
  • Factors that affect stakeholders to take
  • decisions.
  • Environment Values

Case study in Greece

  • Integrated system of cultivation
  • management in Consortium of
  • Agricultural Cooperatives Melikis
  • and Outskirts
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Bibliografical References

  • European Commission (2006) “Communicating Science – A Scientist’s survival kit”.
  • Ricklefs, R., (1993). “The Economy of Nature”. Freeman W. H.
  • Freedman, B., (1989). “Environmental Ecology, The impacts of Pollution and other stresses on ecosystem structure and function. Academic Press.
  • Podmoroff, D, (1999) “The Impact Of A Technological Strategy On Human Resource Management”.
  • Krogh, G, V, & Roos, J, (1996) “Managing Knowledge – Perspective on cooperation and competition”. Published by Sage.
  • Gerhard, S, (2003) “New Technologies and their impact on agriculture, environment and the Food Industry”.
  • Europa (2006) “Environment” http://europa.eu/scadplus/leg/en/lvb/l28066.htm
  • http://www.yale.edu/ynhti/curriculum/units/1997/7/97.07.05.x.html#c
  • http://www.radford.edu/~wkovarik/papers/kettering.html
  • http://www.princeton.edu/~vmthomas/pbgas.html