A Sociophysical Approach To Relationship Between Politics and Economy: The Lagrange Model of The CrowdsJournal: Quantrade Journal of Complex Systems in Social Sciences (Vol.1, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2019-12-30
Authors : Ulusoy Tolga; Şen Alper Tunga;
Page : 1-12
Keywords : Sociophysics; Lagrange Approach; Politics; Economy;
Individuals can be thought of as physical elements within the social system. When they are considered as the deciding factors of society, in addition to showing differences as individuals, they can lose their individuality by displaying each other's characteristics under community behavior (if the nucleus of an atom were an individual, the electrons that revolve around it would be other individuals and society). Individuals that are called factors or agents that shape collective behavior and constitute the core of society also play a role in determining the mechanism of the political system in a country. In this study, it was discussed whether the Lagrangian Approach, which maintains its place in the literature with its application to many areas, can be successful in modeling political developments and political decisions of communities. It was assumed that in political systems there is stability at the level where mutual satisfaction is maximum, the concept of social entropy and atomization and order and disorder between groups or individuals were modeled on the axis of political science and sociophysics, and it was observed that the basic macroeconomic variables (unemployment, income distribution, inflation, per capita income, gini coefficient, welfare, etc.) are influential in social entropy and atomization diffusion.
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