The EVILTONGUE project continues at the Institute for Analytical Sociology, at Linköping University, in Norrköping, Sweden. You can find more information about the continuation of the project at https://liu.se/en/research/eviltongue.
Gastner, M.T., Takács, K., Gulyás, M., Szvetelszky Zs., and Oborny, B. 2019. The impact of hypocrisy on opinion formation: a dynamic model. PLOS One, 14 (6), e0218729.
The article "The price of discovering your needs online" of Simone Righi, Elias Carrone and Luca Ferrari has accepted for publication by Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organization.
Available online here: http://amsacta.unibo.it/5761/1/WP1116.pdf
Personal networks and psychological attributes: exploring individual differences in personality and sense of community and their relationship to the structure of personal networks
The „Lendület” Research Center for Educational and Network Studies (RECENS) at the HAS (Hungarian Academy of Sciences) offers an internship opportunity.
Duration of the internship program: February 2019 - June 2019
Working hours 6-8 hours/week
Candidates are welcome to send their application no later than February 24th by e-mail to: email@example.com. Please mention „RECENS internship” in the subject of your email.
An article by László Lőrincz, Júlia Koltai, Anna Fruzsina Győr and Károly Takács is published online by Social Networks
The article "Collapse of an online social network: Burning social capital to create it?" by László Lőrincz, Júlia Koltai, Anna Fruzsina Győr and Károly Takács is published online by Social Networks.
Due to political reasons, the latest special issue of the conservative social science journal Századvég on rent-seeking has been removed from the internet. Our research group is shocked by and deeply condemns the re-introduction of political censorship of academic publications. This should not happen in Hungary again. We express our solidarity with the editors and authors and are willing to distribute the special issue to anyone who is interested.
The news website on the main page of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences provides an overview about fundamental research and innovation in the network of its research institutes:
and brings the EVILTONGUE research supported by the European Research Council as an outstanding example.
RECENS is for the integrity of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and condemns political interventions
RECENS is a research group that operates solely on funding that is acquired in highly competitive calls. Our funding has been awarded based on quality and innovativeness of the proposals and scientific excellence of the researchers involved. Scientific excellence of our researchers has been judged by our previous research output, mainly by our international scientific publications. We do not receive any part of the head quota that is distributed to the host Research Institute. As such, we are an independent research unit that pursues fundamental research. We carry out our work without any political aim, not driven by any political interest. In this position, we can clearly express that we do not tolerate and we condemn any political attempt that tries to intervene in research activities or tries to determine research directions and results.