2002 - Benjamin Franklin Medal, Franklin Institute
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Situated, Politics, Knowledge management, Human machine communication and Operations research. Lucy Suchman combines topics linked to Human–machine system with her work on Situated. Lucy Suchman has included themes like Objectivity, Simulation and Accountability in her Politics study.
Her work in Knowledge management covers topics such as Social theory which are related to areas like Action. Her Human machine communication research is classified as research in Human–computer interaction. The Operations research study combines topics in areas such as Multimedia, Collaborative Problem Solving, Interface and Performative utterance.
Her primary scientific interests are in Politics, Knowledge management, Situated, Action and Cognitive science. The study incorporates disciplines such as Context, Objectivity and Accountability in addition to Politics. Her Knowledge management studies intersect with other subjects such as Participatory design, Sketch and Work practice.
Her research in Situated intersects with topics in Operations research, Human machine communication, Reading and Set. She combines subjects such as Ethnomethodology and Management science with her study of Action. Cognitive science and Human–machine system are commonly linked in her work.
Her main research concerns Scholarship, Work practice, Engineering ethics, Politics and Context. Her Scholarship study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Geopolitics, Bridging and Gender studies, Feminism. Her study in Engineering ethics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Humanoid robot and Intelligent machine.
In most of her Politics studies, her work intersects topics such as Relation. The Context study combines topics in areas such as Sociotechnical system, Corporate governance, Economic Justice and Identification. The various areas that Lucy Suchman examines in her Field study include Sociocultural anthropology, Argument, Situated and Object.
Lucy Suchman mainly focuses on Scholarship, Artificial intelligence, Human–machine system, Investigative journalism and Framing. Her Scholarship study combines topics in areas such as Context, Identification, Corporate governance, Sociotechnical system and Economic Justice. Situation awareness, Media studies and Drone are fields of study that intersect with her Investigative journalism research.
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Plans and situated actions: the problem of human-machine communication
Lucy A. Suchman.
American Journal of Psychology (1987)
Human-Machine Reconfigurations: Plans and Situated Actions
Lucy A. Suchman.
Plans and situated actions
Beyond the chalkboard: computer support for collaboration and problem solving in meetings
Mark Stefik;Gregg Foster;Daniel G. Bobrow;Kenneth Kahn.
Communications of The ACM (1987)
Plans and Situated Actions: The Problem of Human Machine Communication.
Steve Woolgar;Lucy A. Suchman.
Contemporary Sociology (1989)
Making work visible
Communications of The ACM (1995)
Human-Machine Reconfigurations: Plans and situated actions (2nd edition).
Lucy A. Suchman.
Located accountabilities in technology production
Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems (2002)
Interactional Troubles in Face-to-Face Survey Interviews
Lucy Suchman;Brigitte Jordan.
Journal of the American Statistical Association (1990)
Do categories have politics? the language/action perspective reconsidered
european conference on computer supported cooperative work (1993)
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