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    Computational Thinking and Social Science: Combining Programming, Methodologies and Fundamental Concepts

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    ISBN: 9781526497918
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    AuthorNelimarkka, Matti
    Pub Date19/12/2022
    BindingPaperback
    Pages384
    Publisher: SAGE PUBLICATIONS LTD
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    This book provides fundamental understanding into computational social science, helping students build basic familiarity with programming and an in-depth understanding into the challenges and benefits within the field.

    Whilst providing a fundamental understanding of computational social science, this book delves into the tools and techniques used to build familiarity with programming and gain context into how, why and when they are introduced. The overall focus is on helping you understand and design computational social science research, alongside delving into hands-on coding and technical instruction.



    Key features include:



    Further reading
    Exercises accompanied by sample code
    Programming examples in Scratch, Python and R
    Key concepts
    Chapter summaries


    With experience in course design and teaching, Matti Nelimarkka has a deep understanding of learning techniques within computational social sciences, with the main aim of blending researching, thinking and designing together to gain a grounded foundation for coding, programming, methodologies and key concepts.