This volume explores decision-making styles, including cooperative, collaborative, avoidant, competitive, and dominate that are commonly modified by the culture. Culture is not a stagnant phenomenon, and many variables need to be considered to accurately evaluation cultural differences in decision-making styles. Among many cultural factors, the ind

part |2 pages

Section I: Multifarious Modeling Discussions

chapter 2|11 pages

Creating the foundations for modeling irregular warfare

ByD. Hartley, L. Lacy, USA

chapter 4|10 pages

Culture that works

ByS. Wertheim, M. Agar, USA

chapter 8|11 pages

Combining social and environmental models

ByI. Yohai, R. McCormack, J. Sidman, J. Galantowicz, C. Borden, S. Pritchett, USA

part |2 pages

Section II: Verification, Validation, and Assessment

chapter 10|9 pages

Al-Qa'ida through a discursive lens

ByE. Larson, USA

chapter 11|10 pages

Countering the adversary

ByB. Levey, S. Shellman, P. Bentley, USA

chapter 13|10 pages

Multi-modeling and socio-cultural complexity: Reuse and validation

ByK. Carley, G. Morgan, M. Lanham, J. Pfeffer, USA

chapter 14|10 pages

AV&V approach for complex models: A use case example

ByJ. Salerno, D. Leedom, J. Wedgwood, B. Schlicher, J. Smith, USA

chapter 15|10 pages

Multi-modeling and meta-modeling of human organizations

ByA. Levis, A. Zaidi, M. Rafi, USA

chapter 18|11 pages

Contextual validation: Concept and application

ByD. Sallach, USA

part |2 pages

Section III: Language, Trust, and Culture

chapter 19|10 pages

Improvements in the Jabari event coder

ByD. Van Brackle, P. Haglich, USA

chapter 20|8 pages

Effect of culture on search strategies

ByM. Fendley, P. Kidambi, USA

chapter 21|11 pages

Using language to influencing another's decision

ByR. Yager, F. Petry, USA

chapter 22|10 pages

Assessing attitudes in unstructured text

ByT. Hawes, P. David, USA

chapter 23|11 pages

Analysis of discourse for indications and warnings

ByL. Fenstermacher, L. Kuznar, M. Yager, USA

chapter 26|11 pages

Building trust in a counterinsurgency context

ByD. Combs, USA, C. Garris, Saudi Arabia, S. Blincoe, USA, S. Aldamer, Saudi Arabia

part |2 pages

Section IV: Social Media and Culture

part |2 pages

Section V: Social Science and Culture

chapter 36|8 pages

American legal education and the Supreme Court in the 1920s

ByR. Williams, USA

chapter 38|12 pages

A toolbox for countering extremist religious truths

ByS. Bar, Israel

chapter 40|9 pages

What is cross-culture?

ByA. Löfström, Sweden

chapter 43|10 pages

Population sentiment modeling in support of ISAF Joint Command

ByL. Cassani, A. Caglayan, J. Alavedra, S. Das, W. Morgan, L. Mooney, USA