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Advances in Design for Cross-Cultural Activities Part II




ISBN 9781466556867
Published July 11, 2012 by CRC Press
470 Pages - 132 B/W Illustrations

 
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This volume explores decision-making styles, including cooperative, collaborative, avoidant, competitive, and dominate that are commonly modified by the culture. Culture is not a stagnant phenomenon, and many variables need to be considered to accurately evaluation cultural differences in decision-making styles. Among many cultural factors, the individual ("I" culture) – collectivism ("we" culture) dimension is one of the most important influential factor to be considered when studying culture difference, including decision-making styles.

Table of Contents

MULTIFARIOUS MODELING DISCUSSIONS
Stable versus flexible dynamic decision making across cultures: A growth mixture modeling approach, C. Güss, P. Fadil and J. Evans, USA, and S. Strohschneider, Germany
Creating the foundations for modeling irregular warfare, D. Hartley and L. Lacy, USA
Granular ABM simulations for operational use: Forecasting and what-if experiments with models of Kandahar and Kunduz, B. Alcorn, M. Garces and I. Lustick, USA
Culture that works, S. Wertheim and M. Agar, USA
Discovering entity characteristics and relationships through topic modeling, I. Yohai, B. Riordan, A. Duchon and M. Paley, USA
A non-therapeutic, micro-worlds based, application of ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) to fostering cross-cultural competence, K. Reene, M. Crozier and G. Sarkessian, USA
What lies beneath: Forecast transparency to foster understanding and trust in forecast models, J. Wedgwood, A. Ruvinsky and T. Siedlecki, USA
Combining social and environmental models, I. Yohai, R. McCormack, J. Sidman, J. Galantowicz, C. Borden and S. Pritchett, USA

VERIFICATION, VALIDATION, AND ASSESSMENT
Fundamentals in empirical validation of and analysis with social science models, P. Davis, USA
Al-Qa'ida through a discursive lens, E. Larson, USA
Countering the adversary, B. Levey, S. Shellman and P. Bentley, USA
Interfacing and validating models of the US Army TRAC tactical war game, D. Duong and C. Bladon, USA
Multi-modeling and socio-cultural complexity: Reuse and validation, K. Carley, G. Morgan, M. Lanham and J. Pfeffer, USA
A V&V approach for complex models: A use case example, J. Salerno, D. Leedom, J. Wedgewood, B. Schlicher and J. Smith, USA
Multi-modeling and meta-modeling of human organizations, A. Levis, A. Zaidi and M. Rafi, USA
Verification as a form of validation: Deepening theory to broaden application of DOD protocols to the social sciences, I. Lustick and M. Tubin, USA
Establishing bounds of responsible operational use of social science models via innovations in verification and validation, A. Ruvinsky, J. Wedgwood and J. Welsh, USA
Contextual validation: Concept and application, D. Sallach, USA

LANGUAGE, TRUST, AND CULTURE
Improvements in the Jabari event coder, D. Van Brackle and P. Haglich, USA
Effect of culture on search strategies, M. Fendley and P. Kidambi, USA
Using language to influencing another's decision, R. Yager and F. Petry, USA
Assessing attitudes in unstructured text, T. Hawes and P. David, USA
Analysis of discourse for indications and warnings, L. Fenstermacher, L. Kuznar and M. Yager, USA
Socio-linguistic factors and gender mapping across real and virtual world cultures, A. Lawson, K. Leveque, J. Murray and W. Wang, USA, N. Taylor, J. Jenson and S. de Castell, Canada
The language of distance perception: Cultural and linguistic implications in distance perception, T. Endsley, UK
Building trust in a counterinsurgency context, D. Combs, USA, C. Garris, Saudi Arabia, S. Blincoe, USA, and S. Aldamer, Saudi Arabia

SOCIAL MEDIA AND CULTURE
Social networks, social media, social change, J. Pfeffer and K. Carley, USA
Identifying differences in cultural behavior in online groups, M. Gregory, D. Engel, E. Bell and L. McGrath, USA
Inferring demographic attributes and extracting political discourse from Nigerian social media, C. Fink, J. Kopecky and N. Bos, USA
The use of microworlds in the study of dynamic decision making across cultures, C. Güss and J. Evans, USA
Speech and cultural recognition in a virtual experiential environment, D. Rea, USA
Network discovery: Measuring cause and effect behind event and social networks, P. Walker, T. Anglero and I. Davidson, USA
Cultural analytics through image features extraction and exploration, P. Naeimi and E. Stroulia, Canada

SOCIAL SCIENCE AND CULTURE
How the Obama Administration misconstrued the Arab Spring and repeated the errors of the Bush Doctrine, J. Pidluzny, USA
The crisis of the West, the challenge of technology, and the reaffirmation of political philosophy, M. Bessette, USA
American legal education and the Supreme Court in the 1920s, R. Williams, USA
The philosophical foundations of the crisis of Western Civilization, M. Hail, USA
A toolbox for countering extremist religious truths, S. Bar, Israel
From particles to people: Social, cultural and behavioral dynamics in insurgency, terrorism and beyond, N. Johnson, USA
What is cross-culture? A. Löfström, Sweden
Socio-cultural modeling through decision-theoretic agents with theory of mind, D. Pynadath and S. Marsella, USA
Predictive societal indicators of radicalism – Forecasting political violence, S. Bell, A. Caglayan, L. Cassani and A. Murdie, USA
Population sentiment modeling in support of ISAF Joint Command, L. Cassani, A. Caglayan, J. Alavedra, S. Das, W. Morgan and L. Mooney, USA
Semantic integration of socio-cultural knowledge for complex operations, L. Cassani, A. Caglayan, W. Morgan, L. Mooney, A. Boyles and B. Weiss, USA 

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Nicholson\, Denise M.; Schmorrow\, Dylan D.