Author Archives: Christopher F. Jones

Learning from Fukushima


This article is in Making Sense of the Adolescent Brain, Spring 2012


Efforts to explain what went wrong in Japan’s nuclear disaster are doomed to fail if they seek to separate the social from the technological. Recognizing that all aspects of sociotechnical systems are intertwined is essential to developing wiser technology policies. Disasters prompt us to seek lessons. After the tragic trifecta of earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear […]