@inproceedings { dignum14, abstract = {Socially intelligent systems exhibit, understand, and reason about social behavior, in order to support people in their daily lives. We claim that a fundamental new approach based on social concepts is needed to build these socially intelligent systems. In this paper, we explore how the concepts of social practices and social identities can be used to structure deliberations about actions. We then show the consequences for the architecture and reasoning capabilities of these systems.}, address = { Guildford, UK}, booktitle = {Social.Path 2014 - Computational Social Science and Social Computer Science: Two Sides of the Same Coin}, keywords = {Intelligent Virtual Agents;Affective Computing;Multi-Agent Societies;}, month = {June}, pages = {1-16}, publisher = {IAS - University of Surrey}, title = {Situational Deliberation: Getting to Social Intelligence}, year = {2014}, author = {Virginia Dignum and Catholijn Jonker and Rui Prada and Frank Dignum} }