How do revolutions emerge without anyone expecting them? How did social norms about same sex marriage change more rapidly than anyone anticipated? Why do some social innovations take off with relative ease, while others struggle for years without spreading? More generally, what are the forces that control the process of social evolution –from the fashions that we wear, to our beliefs about religious tolerance, to our ideas about the process of scientific discovery and the best ways to manage complex research organizations?
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I have never learned agent model in social network courses in graduate school. This course brings me up to date about the aggregate effects of unintended individual behaviors
Interesting course! Concepts are very well explained, but it misses practical classes in NetLogo.
This is an excellent introductory course. Highly recommended for students of social sciences.
Excelent course to start in Network Dynamics. I hope a more advanced course after this one.