The Systemics of Dialogism: On the Prevalence of the Self in HCI Design
JASFIS Volume 48, Number 11, ISSN 0002-8231
Explores the systemological approach of dialogism as a new way of couching the problem of person-machine dialog in human-computer interaction. Concludes that a human-computer interaction community reflecting upon the future of interface will gain bona fide self-awareness from conceptualizing the machine as a component of society, rather than a separate entity. (Author/AEF)
Schmidt, C.T. (1997). The Systemics of Dialogism: On the Prevalence of the Self in HCI Design. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 48(11), 1073.