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Handbook of Applied System Science

Edited by: Zachary P. Neal

Print publication date:  November  2016
Online publication date:  November  2016

Print ISBN: 9780415843324
eBook ISBN: 9781315748771
Adobe ISBN: 9781317607083

10.4324/9781315748771
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The Handbook of Applied System Science is organized around both methodological approaches in systems science, and the substantive topic to which these approaches have been applied. The volume begins with an essay that introduces three system science methods: agent-based modeling, system dynamics, and network analysis. The remainder of the volume is organized around three broad topics: (1) health and human development, (2) environment and sustainability, and (3) communities and social change. Each part begins with a brief introductory essay, and includes nine chapters that demonstrate the application of system science methods to address research questions in these areas. This handbook will be useful for work in Public Health, Sociology, Criminal Justice, Social Work, Political Science, Environmental Studies, Urban Studies, and Psychology.

Chapter 14 of this book is freely available as a downloadable Open Access PDF under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives 4.0 license

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  What is System Science? Download PDF
Chapter  2:  The Social Symbiome Framework  Download PDF
Chapter  3:  The Impact Of Urban Form On Weight Loss Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Promoting Social Contagion of Preventive Behavior During Influenza Epidemics Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Simulating Syndemic Risk Download PDF
Chapter  6:  System Dynamics Modeling and Finding Solutions to the “Wicked” Public Health Problem of Preventing Chronic Diseases Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Network Analysis and Psychology Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Using Cognitive Social Structures to Understand Peer Relations in Childhood and Adolescence Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Chains of Affection Download PDF
Chapter  10:  The Art of Building Dynamic Systems Models Download PDF
Chapter  11:  A System Dynamics Examination of the Willingness of Villagers to Engage in Illegal Logging Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Exploring Complexity in a Human–Environment System Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Agent-Based Modeling in Coupled Human and Natural Systems (CHANS) Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Eutropia Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Using System Dynamics to Model Industry’s Developmental Response to Energy Policy Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Integrated Agent-based and System Dynamics Modelling for Simulation of Sustainable Mobility Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Stakeholder Analysis and Social Network Analysis in Natural Resource Management Download PDF
Chapter  18:  The Multilevel Participatory Modelling of Land Use Policies in African Drylands Download PDF
Chapter  19:  A Systems Approach to Stakeholder Management Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Modeling Social Ties and Household Mobility Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Simulating Sprawl Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Agents of Change Download PDF
Chapter  23:  The (In)Compatibility Of Diversity And Sense Of Community Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Spatializing Social Networks Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Social Networks and The Study of Language Variation and Change Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Community as Method, Community as Net Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Circles of Association Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Using System Dynamics Modeling to Understand The Impact of Social Change Initiatives Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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