Call for abstracts and posters: Workshop on Directions of Polarization, Social Norms, and Trust in Societies at MIT, December 1-2, 2023
Kati Kish Bar-On (MIT), Eugen Dimant (University of Pennsylvania), Yphtach Lelkes (University of Pennsylvania), David G. Rand (MIT)
Goal of the Workshop:
"Directions of Polarization, Social Norms, and Trust in Societies: perspectives from behavioral sciences" is an interdisciplinary workshop that unites social science scholars. This two-day symposium aims to delve into the complexities of political polarization, with a particular emphasis on the interplay between social norms and trust in societies. We seek to understand the roots, dynamics, and societal implications of these intertwined phenomena through multiple analytical lenses. If you work at the intersection of these topics, please consider submitting your theoretical or empirical work to our workshop. You are also welcome to attend and participate without presenting your work (registration required).
Please contact ka...@mit.edu for further information or any questions you may have.
See you in Cambridge!