Modeling Sociocultural Influences on Decision Making : Understanding Conflict, Enabling Stability Hardback
Edited by Joseph V. (US Navy, Silver Spring, Maryland, USA) Cohn, Sae (University of Central Florida, Orlando, USA) Schatz, Hannah (Strategic Analysis, Inc., Arlington, Virginia, USA) Freeman, David J. Y. (US Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC, USA) Combs
Part of the Human Factors and Ergonomics series
In our increasingly globally interconnected world, understanding and appreciating the sociocultural context within which individuals make their decisions is critical to developing successful partnerships.
The collection of chapters in this volume illustrates how advances in information and social media technologies, as well as modeling and simulation tools, combined with the social sciences, can be leveraged to better understand how sociocultural context influences decision making.
The chapters in this volume were contributed by leading experts from academia, industry, and government and provide:Insights into cross-cultural decision making based on recent international events, with grounding in an historical contextDiscussions of cutting-edge modeling techniques used today by professionals across multiple organizations and agenciesDescriptions of specific cross-cultural decision making tools designed for use by laypeople and professionals Case studies on the role of cross-cultural decision making grounded in current events and (in many cases) military applications.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 546 pages, 49 lines/153 total equations; 57 Tables, black and white; 139 Illustrations, black and wh
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
- Publication Date: 06/09/2016
- Category: Sociology
- ISBN: 9781498736695