Sociometry has introduced nice tools for revealing members hidden agendas at a small group level. It is also very useful for knowing some specific limitations we may tend to face when sharing or willing to share fully human values within a (small) group.
Sociometry is based in the assumption that a group has a finite number of roles and ammounts. These parameter's assumption misleads us to a vision of the group (also called community most of the times) neurotic, scarcity based. Then, we have to think that roles can't be multiplicated or extended, that is good to specialize in a kind of value-role (and don't share it) for having the Points more guaranteed. That a community can't be too big or their members won't feel good enough because they won't have enough private property each.
Sociometry is just very good for analizing ghettos, which is more a kind of a forensic aproach to human's grouping than a mid-long term projective-developer one.
If we want to value humans' interactions within a group, we could better refer to Groups' value metrics... . Points.... human values' points...... mean: The how much you increase your human values' overall. ...
...Having seen that sociometry could be some little good for sharing, (how) can sociometry be any recicled for Sharefulism?
- Yes, but values are not scarce, so the groups' members commit not to be racist, jealous, etc in advance. i. e.:
- Q starts to do the extrovert or the machoman and there's W already doing it.
- W don't get more points if directly or indirectly gets jealous by seeing Q taking audience away from him-her.
- Q don't get more points if (s)he does it because of jealousy instead of purely propositional.
This is a very tinny detail that is very important to remark because otherwise we could not think of any global project owned by more than 20 people.
It's not recommended to use the term Sociometry because has lots more of negative influence on the human groupings' sharing, specially looking at a mid-long term development.
And if you feeling good with lot of sociometric points is that good, what about: