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Appleton protest

In this video we Agata Komendant-Brodowska starts investigating how demonstrations come to life.

A decision whether to vote is definitely a complicated one and affected by personality, attitude towards the political system, political views but also other factors e.g. how far does a person have to travel to a polling station.

In this video we will start investigating how demonstrations come to life – we will be dealing with a complicated social process but in order to understand the dynamics we will start with a simple example. We will have a close-up look on an imaginary village of Appleton and try to see the mechanism behind the collective behaviour of its inhabitants.

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People, Networks and Neighbours: Understanding Social Dynamics

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