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Globalization, polarization and cultural drift and social networks

AuthorsKlemm, Konstantin ; Eguíluz, Víctor M. ; Toral, Raúl ; San Miguel, Maxi ; Centola, Damon
Issue Date2005
Abstract•Basics: Interaction of several cultural features based on homophily and social influence produces a transition between global culture and polarization. •Fixed networks: Long range links and degree heterogeneity favor globalization. High clustering restores polarization in scale free networks. •Cultural drift in fixed networks: Essential Qualitative changes. q-independent, N-dependent noise induced transition between metastable global culture and noise dominated polarized state. •Dynamic networks: Stable polarization due to formation of physical groups. Cultural drift of slow rate becomes inefficient.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/47630
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