This reference focuses on decision-making styles within cultures. It focuses on cooperative, collaborative, avoidant, competitive, and dominant styles of decision making, and discusses how each process is modified by the culture. The contributors examine issues within culture that affect decision making, such as individualism and collectivism, cons

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Section I: Perceptual Training for Cross Cultural Decision Making

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Section II: Tactical Culture Training: Narrative, Personality, and Decision Making

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Section III: Application of Human, Social, Culture Behavioral Modeling Technology

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Section IV: Architecture for Socio-Cultural Modeling

chapter 20|10 pages

Modeling and assessing multiple cultural perspectives

ByL. Weiss, E. Briscoe, E. Whitaker, E. Trewhitt, J. Horgan, USA

chapter 25|10 pages

Cross cultural training through digital puppetry

ByA. Lopez, C. Hughes, D. Mapes and L. Dieker USA

chapter 26|8 pages

Adding GeoNames to BEN: Event extraction in real-time and space

ByK. Strous, USE

chapter 27|10 pages

Dynamic network analysis (DNA) and ORA

ByK. Carley, J. Pfeffer, USA

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Section V: Strategic and Tactical Considerations for Cross-Cultural Competency

chapter 29|10 pages

Efficient cross-cultural models for communicative agents

ByA. Sagae, E. Ho, J. Hobbs, USA

chapter 33|10 pages

Metacognitive underpinnings of 3C development

ByL. Rasmussen, W. Sieck, USA

chapter 34|9 pages

Outreach: Building cross-cultural competence in the total force

ByK. Gregory, M. van Driel, A. Greene-Sands, D. McDonald, USA

chapter 36|11 pages

Scope and scale: A framework for social analysis

ByD. Sallach, M. North, W. Rivera, USA

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Section VI: Commercial Research and Applications of Social-Cultural Science

chapter 38|8 pages

Measuring and identifying culture

ByM. Young, USA

chapter 39|10 pages

Improve your global vision with social media analytics

ByK. Sanchack, USA

chapter 40|10 pages

State of the practice and art in sentiment analysis

ByS. Shellman, M. Covington, M. Zangrilli, USA

chapter 41|8 pages

Using social analytics to discover emerging issues

ByK. McCarty, A. Sardella, USA

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Section VII: ICEWS and SAA: Early Warnings

chapter 43|10 pages

Geographical models of crises: Evidence from ICEWS

ByM. Ward, N. Metternich, C. Carrington, C. Dorff, M. Gallop, F. Hollenbach, A. Schultz, S. Weschle, USA

chapter 46|11 pages

Data for a worldwide ICEWS and ongoing research

ByA. Shilliday, J. Lautenschlager, USA