Computational Social Science, Complexity and Pizza club
Why is Social Science hard?
(1) the complexity of the theoretical issues confronting social science
(2) the difficulty of obtaining the relevant observational data
(3) the difficulty of manipulating large-scale social organizations experimentally
In light of these three interrelated difficulties it is hardly surprising that progress in social science has been slow relative to that in the physical, engineering, and biological sciences, in particular over the past century.
(1) Formal models (2) Social media data (3) Virtual labs (e.g. MT)
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