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Call for papers: 3rd GESIS Computational Social Science Winter Symposium 2016

posted on 27 September 2016

We invite submissions that describe research results or tools and methods for computational social science.  Exemplary topics for submissions include but are not limited to:

  • Theories and models explaining the dynamics in social systems, networks, communities and teams
  • Studies of political discourse and spread of opinions, attitudes and information on the web
  • Studies of cultures and conflicts, segregation, discrimination, prejudice via new kinds of data
  • Social-/Computational aspects of health, life style, sports and diet
  • Social-/Computational aspects of human movement, mobility and urban planning
  • Mixed methods and techniques (e.g. obtrusive/unobtrusive methods)
  • Methods to deal with biased, selective and incomplete observational data on the Web
  • Tools that detect and prevent mobbing or depressive behavior online
  • Tools that support social scientists to capture, store and analyze social data on the Web
  • Methods for the design and execution of online experiments for the social sciences

Other related topics are explicitly welcome.

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