On 24 June 2020, I had the pleasure presenting my thesis during one of Ron Gantt’s brilliant Physically Distant/Socially Connected sessions. This is the audio-recording of that session (warts ‘n all) combined with screenshots from the Prezi that I used.
Watch it on the Mind The Risk YouTube channel.
See the original Prezi.
Some additional notes/links:
02:00 About the HFSS program.
08:50 Find the Hale paper.
A brief review of the Manuele book.
09:00 Get the 2011 Manuele paper.
19:40 Looking back, it seems that the bit about local rationality came out less carefully than it was written in the thesis. The presentation gives a general sense of what bounded/local rationality is, but I would suggest reading the applicable chapter in the thesis for a better and more thorough discussion. There you also can find the reference to the Rasmussen quote. I still need a direct quote (if it exists), so help finding it is appreciated!
26:40 if you want some critique of the 88:10:2 ratio, watch another clip.
41:00 if you want more on causes as constructs, watch another clip.
52:00 The full thesis is downloadable.
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This page gives a quick overview of Heinrich's work, including his main themes, models, metaphors and some of their evolution.
Heinrich's original work is not easy to find with his books out of print for several decades. However, some can be found online and hopefully more will be accessible in the future. This page links to some of the original texts by Heinrich that are to be found on the web.
Links to sources that most likely have influenced Heinrich, e.g. the titles listed in the bibliography of Industrial Accident Prevention.
This page will take you to my reserach and publications about Heinrich.
Here you will find various papers, blogs and other information that is relevant if you want to know more about Heinrich, his work and critique of his work.
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