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Contributions to the Scientific Study of Complex-System Dynamics
Submission DeadlineJul. 15, 2020

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Lead Guest Editor
Pedro Luis Sotolongo Codina
Scientific Division,Global Institute for Senior Studies in the Social Sciences, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Guest Editors
  • Leonardo Gabriel Rodríguez Zoya
    Scientific Division,Research Institute ´Gino Germani¨ at the University of Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Eligio Cruz Leandro
    Scientific Division,Institute of Anthropological Researches, Mexican National Autonomous University, Mexico City, Mexico
  • Olga Cecilia Basora Gómez
    Engineering and Architectural Faculty,Autonomous Santo Domingo University, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • Laura Rathe Peralta
    Scientific Division,´Plenitud´ Foundation, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • Johnny Pujols Adames
    Basic Sciences Department,´Las Americas´ Technical Institute, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • Lohadis Rebecca Ureña Ramírez
    Scientific Division, National Drug Council, Global Institute for Senior Studies in the Social Sciences, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Introduction
The Special Issue will focus on results in social complex systems research. Particularly those that make possible differences in relation to the traditional way of non-complex social research. Such as:
  1. How to distinguish complex problems. How to research them?
  2. Modelling of Complex Dynamics (Models with algebraic Functions (Funciones); models with Applications (Aplicaciones); models with Relations (Relaciones); Agent Based models-ABM (computational or not) and Network models of emergent processes.
  3. Characterization of every day social life processes (in any area) as linked everyday practices of Power, Desire, Knowledge and Speech.
  4. The Morphogenetic Invariants of Trans-scalar Self-Similarity (MITS): A complex-systemic-DNA of any domain.
  5. Socio-environmental-dynamic processes (the Anthropoceno concept),
  6. Complexity and Critical Thinking. The importance of periphery (whether spatial or in time) emergent processes.
Alternative Political entities: Politicized Social Movements and Mobilized Political Parties.
Aims and Scope:
  1. Complexity Science Research
  2. Complex Problems
  3. Emergent Processes
  4. Modelling of complex dynamics
  5. Everyday social practices
  6. Periphery Emergences
  7. Morphogenesis
  8. Socio-environmental processes
  9. Complex political entities
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