Computational Conflict Research

Davide Natalini (Hrsg.), Adalbert F. X. Wilhelm (Hrsg.), Luis G. Nardin (Hrsg.), Jan Lorenz (Hrsg.), Emanuel Deutschmann (Hrsg.)

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Sozialwissenschaften, Recht, Wirtschaft / Methoden der empirischen und qualitativen Sozialforschung

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This open access book brings together a set of original studies that use cutting-edge computational methods to investigate conflict at various geographic scales and degrees of intensity and violence. Methodologically, this book covers a variety of computational approaches from text mining and machine learning to agent-based modelling and social network analysis. 

Empirical cases range from migration policy framing in North America and street protests in Iran to violence against civilians in Congo and food riots world-wide. 

Supplementary materials in the book include a comprehensive list of the datasets on conflict and dissent, as well as resources to online repositories where the annotated code and data of individual chapters can be found and where (agent-based) models can be re-produced and altered. These materials are a valuable resource for those wishing to retrace and learn from the analyses described in this volume and adapt and apply them to their own research interests. 

By bringing together novel research through an international team of scholars from a range of disciplines, Computational Conflict Research pioneers and maps this emerging field. The book will appeal to students, scholars, and anyone interested in the prospects of using computational social sciences to advance our understanding of conflict dynamics.

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agent-based conflict modeling, modeling conflict dynamics, terrorism network analysis, open access, social network analysis, open access computational social science, conflict dataset, computational conflict research, computational social sciences and conflict dynamics, modeling social conflict, conflict studies book