Consensus theory is a social theory that holds that a particular political or
economic system is a fair system, and that social change should take place within
Social consensus through the influence of committed minorities. J. Xie,1 S.
Sreenivasan ∗,1, 2 G. Korniss,2 W. Zhang,3 C. Lim,3 and B. K. Szymanski1.
1Dept. of ...
Consensus theory is a sociological perspective in which social order and stability
and social regulation forms the base of emphasis. In other words consensus ...
Sante Ment Que. 1996 Autumn;21(2):93-116. [Is there a social consensus which
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For interactions on complex networks, the interplay of social and strategic
imitation also drives the system towards global consensus while neither
Jul 22, 2011 ... Social consensus through the influence of committed minorities. J. Xie, S.
Sreenivasan, G. Korniss, W. Zhang, C. Lim, and B. K. Szymanski.
Feb 18, 2011 ... Subjects: Physics and Society (physics.soc-ph); Statistical Mechanics (cond-mat.
stat-mech); Social and Information Networks (cs.SI).
Consensus theory refers to the branch of sociology that emphasizes the role of
shared values as the basis of any persisting social order. The problem of social ...
Highlights. •. Social identity needs moderate the effect of social consensus on
attitude certainty. •. When seeking belongingness, high attitude consensus ...
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Social identity needs moderate the effect of social consensus on attitude certainty
. ... titude certainty, it is unclear whether social consensus always increases.