Co-Evolutionary Dynamics of Culture and Social Structure
Grant number: DP130100845 | Funding period: 2013 - 2017
Solutions to contemporary societal problems require cultural transformations, namely widespread changes in the ideas and practices of community members. This project will establish a new social scientific framework for the analysis of such transformations. Outcomes will aid future policy planning to steer the course of broader societal change.
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International Students' Cross-Cultural Adjustment: Social Selection or Social Influence?
Giovanni RP Sadewo, Emiko S Kashima, Colin Gallagher, Yoshihisa Kashima, Johan Koskinen
International education provides students with an opportunity to develop new social networks while they fit in to the new culture...
Norm Talk and Human Cooperation: Can We Talk Ourselves Into Cooperation?
Daniel B Shank, Yoshihisa Kashima, Kim Peters, Yang Li, Garry Robins, Michael Kirley
Norm talk is verbal communication that explicitly states or implicitly implies a social norm. To investigate its ability to shape ..
Dilemma of Dilemmas: How Collective and Individual Perspectives Can Clarify the Size Dilemma in Voluntary Linear Public Goods Dilemmas
Daniel B Shank, Yoshihisa Kashima, Saam Saber, Thomas Gale, Michael Kirley
Empirical findings on public goods dilemmas indicate an unresolved dilemma: that increasing size-the number of people in the dilem..
Ultrametric distribution of culture vectors in an extended Axelrod model of cultural dissemination
Alex Stivala, Garry Robins, Yoshihisa Kashima, Michael Kirley
The Axelrod model of cultural diffusion is an apparently simple model that is capable of complex behaviour. A recent work used a r..