Modeling propaganda battle: Decision-making, homophily, and echo chambers

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Studies concerning social patterns that appear as a result of propaganda and rumors generally tend to neglect considerations of the behavior of individuals that constitute these patterns. This places obvious limitations upon the scope of research. We propose a dynamical model for the mechanics of the processes of polarization and formation of echo chambers. This model is based on the Rashevsky neurological scheme of decision-making.




Petrov, A., & Proncheva, O. (2018). Modeling propaganda battle: Decision-making, homophily, and echo chambers. In Communications in Computer and Information Science (Vol. 930, pp. 197–209). Springer Verlag.

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