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Endogenous changes in public opinion dynamics

The model formalizes a situation where agents embedded in different types of networks (random, small world and scale free networks) interact with their neighbors and express an opinion that is the result of different mechanisms: a coherence mechanism, in which agents try to stick to their previously expressed opinions; an assessment mechanism, in which agents consider available external information on the topic; and a social influence mechanism, in which agents tend to approach their neighbor’s opinions.

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Version Submitter First published Last modified Status
1.0.0 Francisco J. León-Medina Tue Jun 5 10:36:11 2018 Tue Jun 5 10:36:11 2018 Published

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