@article { dignum15, abstract = {Socially interconnected systems should be able to exhibit, understand, and reason about social behaviour, in order to support lasting interconnections that show realistic and desirable properties. We claim that a fundamental new approach based on social concepts is needed to build agents functioning in these socially interconnected systems. In this paper, we explore how the concepts of social practices and social identities can be used to structure deliberations about interactions. We then show the consequences for the architecture and reasoning capabilities of these systems.}, journal = {International Journal of Multiagent and Grid Systems}, keywords = {Multi-Agent Societies;Affective Computing;}, month = {November}, number = {3}, pages = {147-166}, publisher = {IOS Press}, title = {A Conceptual Architecture for Social Deliberation in Multi-Agent Organizations: a position paper}, volume = {11}, year = {2015}, author = {Frank Dignum and Virginia Dignum and Rui Prada and Catholijn M. Jonker} }