Current Research Projects
We have three research initiatives underway now. The first is a study inquiring into the value of a systemic constellation for intimate partners who are experiencing dissatisfaction in their relationship. This study is being done under the auspices of Fielding Graduate University’s Institute for Social Innovation, The Human Systems Institute, and University of Strasbourg. For details on the structure of this study, click here, Couples Research Project 2012-2013. We will be recruiting participants probably starting in May of 2013. If you are interested in participating and would like to review the participation requirements, click here http://bit.ly/SCWresearch.
We have two other projects underway, one in further developing the Somatic Imaging™ process and workshops, and the second developing the social theories, i.e., SocialSoma Theory, that support this work and the systemic constellation work. If you would like to learn more about my current research, please contact me directly.
Past Research Projects
My doctoral dissertation, completed at Fielding Graduate University in January 2009, looked at how language interacts with thought and action in shaping our techno-social worlds.
Author: Peterson, Mary [Jane]
Title: HUMAN 2.0? CONCEPTUAL METAPHORS OF HUMAN BEINGS IN TECHNOLOGISTS’ DISCOURSE: A STUDY OF THE MIT MEDIA LAB’S HUMAN 2.0 SYMPOSIUM
Program: HOD / Degree: PHD / Year: 2009
UMI Publication Number: 3351801