A new understanding of how society works
What drives our social mood? Our actions? Our motivations? The answers to these questions can be found in the new science of socionomics.
Pioneering Studies in Socionomics is the follow-up to Prechter's groundbreaking introductory text on socionomics, The Wave Principle of Human Social Behavior. It's comprised of a rich collection of insightful studies and essays representing over 20 years worth of research into this new model of thought.
Socionomic theory evolved from the Wave Principle, a model of financial pricing and catalog of price patterns identified by Ralph Nelson Elliott in the 1930s. Robert Prechter proposes that our social lives are patterned in much the same way as the financial markets. Prechter explains that people in groups share a collective disposition or mood that motivates social, political, economic and financial action.
Come along as the proto-socionomists map their way through uncharted seas to introduce, test and practice their newly discovered craft.
|Publisher:||Elliott Wave International|
|Series:||Socionomics-The Science of History and Social Pred , #2|
|Edition description:||2nd ed.|
|Product dimensions:||6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 1.19(d)|
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Table of Contents
Part I: Popular Culture
Part II: Social Causality
Part III: Sports
Part IV: Corporations, Legislation and Social Conflict
Part V: Toward a Revolution in Financial and Macroeconomic Forecasting Techniques
Part VI: Controversy and Validation
Part VII: Socionomics and Quantum Physics
Part VIII: Miscellaneous Articles, Letters, Speeches and Observations