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Computational social science (CSS) has historically been associated with agent-based models of complex social systems but during the last decade, this field has been redefined, most notably by David Lazer et al in an article published in 2009—Life in the network: the coming age of computational social science. Fast forward a decade and we’re all very much aware of the data deluge and our own digital footprints, making the intersection of computational methods and social science crucial in the development of contemporary society.

This page is designed to help you get to grips with computational methods through short videos, definitions, research papers, books, guides and courses. Progress through the resources to build your knowledge and develop new skills.


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SAGE Research Methods

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