Exploring the Role of Networks on Strategic Decisions Making of Pastoralist in Central Australia. Agsitment – Report Adoption - Proposal. Collaborators: Nick Abel, Art Langston Ryan McAllister, Ian Gordon Yiheyis Maru, Paul Box 2. Yiheyis Maru, Paul Box,
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Exploring the Role of Networks on Strategic Decisions Making of Pastoralist in Central Australia
Statistical Network Modelling of Pastoralist in Central Australia
Results of Pastoralist in Central Australia
TABLE 1. QAP-CORRELATION COEFFICIENTS
At α=0.05 ‘p<0.05’, both family and friendship ties are significantly correlated with agistment network.
TABLE 2. REGRESSION COEFFICIENTS
TABLE 3. MODEL FIT
Preliminary finding of Pastoralist in Central Australia
Social network especially friendship ties play a significant role in mediating agistment practice. However, a lot of other factors are needed to explain the variability in agistment ties.
Parametric social network modelling (P* approaches)
Dynamic multi-agent and network modelling
Agent-Based Modelling of Pastoralist in Central Australia
Can a model of land attributes and individual behavior reproduce the global picture?
Build from the bottom up …
At what point does a pastoralist agist? of Pastoralist in Central Australia
Different kinds of relationships between pastoralists create different weights of connections, affecting likelihood of agisting (or other practice)
Little on the role of pastoral networks on adoption
Indications of social costs