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 Social Choice Theory - Psychology Dictionary of Arguments
 
Social choice theory is a framework for analyzing collective decision-making processes, where the preferences of individuals within a group are aggregated to determine the overall group preference or decision. It examines how different voting systems, methods, and social welfare functions can lead to varying outcomes, addressing issues of fairness, efficiency, and democratic representation.
 
Author Item    More authors for concept
Social Choice Theory Balance of Power   Balance of Power
Social Choice Theory Chaos Theorem   Chaos Theorem
Social Choice Theory Deliberative Democracy   Deliberative Democracy
Social Choice Theory Democracy   Democracy
Social Choice Theory Social Movements   Social Movements

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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2024-06-25