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  • n. social dynamics


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  • What you will discover is that there is some sort of bizarre sociodynamics that tends to occur in which those things that are obviously way above or way below the threshold suck up a hugely disproportionate fraction of the discussion time at the expense of those that are near the threshold--and thus must be very carefully assessed and ranked.

    Meeting update

  • If Luna must have a proconsul, he could be worse than this former professor of sociodynamics.

    The Stars Are Also Fire

  • The Psychologist spoke in steely imperturbability: "It is true that sociodynamics is, mathematically, chaotic."

    The Boat of a Million Years

  • He, Peter Matheny, was no more than a peaceful little professor of sociodynamics at Devil's Kettle University.

    The Unicorn Trade


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