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Political Attitudes : Computational and Simulation Modeling.

By: Series: Wiley Series in Computational and Quantitative Social Science SerPublisher: New York : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2016Copyright date: ©2015Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (351 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9781118833155
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Political Attitudes : Computational and Simulation ModelingDDC classification:
  • 320.019
LOC classification:
  • JA73 -- 23eb
Online resources:
Contents:
Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Part I Social and Political Attitude Modelling -- Chapter 1 Attitudes: A Brief History of the Concept -- Attitudes in the Philosophy of Mind -- Attitudes in Social Psychology -- In Search of Definition -- Cognitive Modelling of Attitude Change -- Web Resources -- References -- Chapter 2 Political Attitudes: Conceptual and Computational Modelling Backgrounds -- Conceptual Modelling Backgrounds -- Attitude Research in the Early Days of Social Psychology … -- … and Political Psychology -- Attitudes in Political Science -- The Ages -- About the 'Model' in Philosophy, Logic and Science -- Near and Far Future Trends in Political Attitude Modelling Research -- References -- Part II Social and Political Influence Models of Attitude Change -- Chapter 3 Voting Choice Computer Simulation Model -- Conceptual Model -- Operational Model -- Political Attitude -- Philosophy of Computational Modelling and Simulation -- References -- Chapter 4 Community Referendum Model -- Conceptual Aspects: The Individual Agent -- Operational Model -- Philosophy of Simulation -- Conclusions -- References -- Part III The Role of Physical Space in Political Attitude Modelling -- Chapter 5 Social Impact Theory and Model -- Physical Space and Social Influence Modelling -- Modelling Social Pressure as a Force Field -- Social Impact Theory (1981) -- References -- Chapter 6 Dynamic Social Impact Theory and Model -- What Does It Take To Change a Static Theory Into a Dynamic One? -- Historical Context of Nonlinear Models in Social Psychology -- Conceptual Model -- Computer Simulation Model -- Simulation Modelling -- Generations of Computer Simulations -- The Relevance of Social Impact Theories for Political Attitude Modelling -- Web Resources -- References.
Part IV Political Attitude Aproaches Based on Social Influence, Culture Change and Collective Action Modelling -- Chapter 7 Culture Dissemination Model -- Modelling Principles -- Web Resources -- References -- Chapter 8 Diversity Survival Model -- Conceptual Model -- Persuasion Process: Political Attitude Change -- Web Resources -- References -- Chapter 9 Collective Action Modelling -- Political Contagion Model -- Closing Remarks -- Web Resources -- References -- Part V Multidimensional Spatial Models -- Attitude Change Modelling -- Chapter 10 The System Dynamics Modelling Paradigm -- Hierarchical Models -- References -- Chapter 11 Multidimensional Attitude Change Models. Galileo -- Galileo Model -- Web Resources -- References -- Part VI Political Cognition Modelling -- Information Processing, Affect and Cognition -- General Picture and Cognitive Background -- Political Attitude: The 'Hot Potato' of the 1960s -- Political Information Processing -- Motivated Reasoning -- Chapter 12 The JQP Model -- Political Cognition and Political Judgment in Political Attitude Change -- Conceptual Model -- Mechanisms -- Web Resources -- References -- Chapter 13 Political Attitude Strength Simulation Modelling -- Attribute-Based Modelling of Political Attitudes -- The PASS Model -- References -- Part VII Computational and Simulation Modelling of Ideology -- Political Attitude and Other Approaches on Ideology:A Brief Review -- Definitional Frameworks in Ideology Modelling -- Early Ideology Empirical and Computer Models -- Spatial Paradigm -- Cognitive Paradigm -- Chapter 14 Ideological Polarization Model -- The Dynamics of Ideological Distance: Conceptual Aspects -- Computational and Simulation Model -- References -- Chapter 15 Ideological Landscapes Model -- Generated Versus Empirical Ideological Landscapes -- Web Resources -- References.
Chapter 16 Complex Integrative Models of Political Ideology -- Cognitive Affinities Model -- Computational and Simulation Modelling -- Web Resources -- References -- Part VIII Polity Modelling -- Polity Modelling: The Old and the New Look -- Chapter 17 Polity Instability Models Featuring Ethnic and Nationalist Insurgence -- Geopolitical Strategic Competition, GeoSim -- Nationalist Insurgency Model -- GROWLab: Advances in the Computational and Simulation Modelling of Spatial Conflict Emergence -- Web Resources -- References -- Chapter 18 Polity Instability Model Featuring Reconstruction after State Failure -- Model Definition -- Post-Confrontation Polity Reconstruction Modelling -- Conflict Analysis in Virtual States Model -- Web Resources -- References -- Chapter 19 Polity Dynamics Model Featuring the Relationship between Public Issue Emergence and Public Policy Development -- Conceptual Model -- Model Structure -- Model's Generative Architecture -- Operational Model -- Relevance of the Model -- Web Resources -- References -- Chapter 20 Polity Instability Model Featuring Revolution against Authoritarian Regime -- Conceptual Aspects -- Open Questions and Closing Remarks -- References -- Part IX Epilogue -- Chapter 21 Shaping New Science -- Why Would Political Attitude Computational Modelling Be Important? -- Experimental Versus Computational Political Science -- Diversity and Convergence: Current Research Trends -- References -- Author Index -- Subject Index -- EULA.
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Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Part I Social and Political Attitude Modelling -- Chapter 1 Attitudes: A Brief History of the Concept -- Attitudes in the Philosophy of Mind -- Attitudes in Social Psychology -- In Search of Definition -- Cognitive Modelling of Attitude Change -- Web Resources -- References -- Chapter 2 Political Attitudes: Conceptual and Computational Modelling Backgrounds -- Conceptual Modelling Backgrounds -- Attitude Research in the Early Days of Social Psychology … -- … and Political Psychology -- Attitudes in Political Science -- The Ages -- About the 'Model' in Philosophy, Logic and Science -- Near and Far Future Trends in Political Attitude Modelling Research -- References -- Part II Social and Political Influence Models of Attitude Change -- Chapter 3 Voting Choice Computer Simulation Model -- Conceptual Model -- Operational Model -- Political Attitude -- Philosophy of Computational Modelling and Simulation -- References -- Chapter 4 Community Referendum Model -- Conceptual Aspects: The Individual Agent -- Operational Model -- Philosophy of Simulation -- Conclusions -- References -- Part III The Role of Physical Space in Political Attitude Modelling -- Chapter 5 Social Impact Theory and Model -- Physical Space and Social Influence Modelling -- Modelling Social Pressure as a Force Field -- Social Impact Theory (1981) -- References -- Chapter 6 Dynamic Social Impact Theory and Model -- What Does It Take To Change a Static Theory Into a Dynamic One? -- Historical Context of Nonlinear Models in Social Psychology -- Conceptual Model -- Computer Simulation Model -- Simulation Modelling -- Generations of Computer Simulations -- The Relevance of Social Impact Theories for Political Attitude Modelling -- Web Resources -- References.

Part IV Political Attitude Aproaches Based on Social Influence, Culture Change and Collective Action Modelling -- Chapter 7 Culture Dissemination Model -- Modelling Principles -- Web Resources -- References -- Chapter 8 Diversity Survival Model -- Conceptual Model -- Persuasion Process: Political Attitude Change -- Web Resources -- References -- Chapter 9 Collective Action Modelling -- Political Contagion Model -- Closing Remarks -- Web Resources -- References -- Part V Multidimensional Spatial Models -- Attitude Change Modelling -- Chapter 10 The System Dynamics Modelling Paradigm -- Hierarchical Models -- References -- Chapter 11 Multidimensional Attitude Change Models. Galileo -- Galileo Model -- Web Resources -- References -- Part VI Political Cognition Modelling -- Information Processing, Affect and Cognition -- General Picture and Cognitive Background -- Political Attitude: The 'Hot Potato' of the 1960s -- Political Information Processing -- Motivated Reasoning -- Chapter 12 The JQP Model -- Political Cognition and Political Judgment in Political Attitude Change -- Conceptual Model -- Mechanisms -- Web Resources -- References -- Chapter 13 Political Attitude Strength Simulation Modelling -- Attribute-Based Modelling of Political Attitudes -- The PASS Model -- References -- Part VII Computational and Simulation Modelling of Ideology -- Political Attitude and Other Approaches on Ideology:A Brief Review -- Definitional Frameworks in Ideology Modelling -- Early Ideology Empirical and Computer Models -- Spatial Paradigm -- Cognitive Paradigm -- Chapter 14 Ideological Polarization Model -- The Dynamics of Ideological Distance: Conceptual Aspects -- Computational and Simulation Model -- References -- Chapter 15 Ideological Landscapes Model -- Generated Versus Empirical Ideological Landscapes -- Web Resources -- References.

Chapter 16 Complex Integrative Models of Political Ideology -- Cognitive Affinities Model -- Computational and Simulation Modelling -- Web Resources -- References -- Part VIII Polity Modelling -- Polity Modelling: The Old and the New Look -- Chapter 17 Polity Instability Models Featuring Ethnic and Nationalist Insurgence -- Geopolitical Strategic Competition, GeoSim -- Nationalist Insurgency Model -- GROWLab: Advances in the Computational and Simulation Modelling of Spatial Conflict Emergence -- Web Resources -- References -- Chapter 18 Polity Instability Model Featuring Reconstruction after State Failure -- Model Definition -- Post-Confrontation Polity Reconstruction Modelling -- Conflict Analysis in Virtual States Model -- Web Resources -- References -- Chapter 19 Polity Dynamics Model Featuring the Relationship between Public Issue Emergence and Public Policy Development -- Conceptual Model -- Model Structure -- Model's Generative Architecture -- Operational Model -- Relevance of the Model -- Web Resources -- References -- Chapter 20 Polity Instability Model Featuring Revolution against Authoritarian Regime -- Conceptual Aspects -- Open Questions and Closing Remarks -- References -- Part IX Epilogue -- Chapter 21 Shaping New Science -- Why Would Political Attitude Computational Modelling Be Important? -- Experimental Versus Computational Political Science -- Diversity and Convergence: Current Research Trends -- References -- Author Index -- Subject Index -- EULA.

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