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Systems Theory in the Social Sciences: Stochastic and Control Systems Pattern Recognition Fuzzy Analysis Simulation Behavioral Models
Systems Theories in the Social Sciences.- Control Theory and Stochastic Systems.- Simulation of Human Conformity Behavior by Means of a Dynamic Process Model. Expand
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Systems Theories in the Social Sciences
During the last decades a whole spectrum of system-theoretic approaches has been developed in the social sciences. There can be distinguished three broad domains: A meta-scientific systemsExpand
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Strategy and Reflexivity
A characteristic of social units is their ability of self-influencing. This property may be labelled ‘reflexivity’ of social processes. The problems associated with the reflexivity of socialExpand
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Real Structure Modelling: Towards a Valid Approach for Social Systems Analysis
  • Norbert Müller
  • Computer Science
  • International Working Conference on Model Realism
  • 1982
Social science research is confronted with some serious basic problems resulting from specific characteristics of social systems. Expand
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