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Pioneering studies in socionomics. Socionomics - The science of social prediction Vol. 2

Author: Prechter, Robert R. Publisher: New Classics Library, 2003.Language: EnglishDescription: 486 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0932750494Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references
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Pioneering Studies in Socionomics Socionomics - the Science of Social Prediction Volume 2 Contents Foreword: A Socionomic Manifesto.................................................................... x Popular Culture What's Going On?.................................................................................................. 1 Popular Culture and the Stock Market.................................................................. 3 Reflections of Social Mood in Religion.............................................................. 47 A Socionomic Study of Restaurants................................................................... 49 Broadstreet.......................................................................................................... 51 Social Causality Socionomics in a Nutshell................................................................................... 55 A Socionomic View of Demographic Trends (or) Stocks and Sex....................... 66 Rationalizing Optimism with Demographics...................................................... 76 A Socionomic View of Central-Bank Causality................................................. 77 Sports An Elliott Wave in Olympic Participation.......................................................... 85 A Historic Extreme in Baseball Emotions.......................................................... 87 Sports, Markets and Forecasting......................................................................... 92 Basketball and the Bull Market.......................................................................... 96 Fibonacci Glory Days for Sports Heroes.......................................................... 118 Another Home-Run Year.................................................................................. 120 Pro Wrestling and the Bull Market................................................................... 122 Top Tick for Basketball.................................................................................... 124 Evidence of a Major Downturn in Social Mood: Plummeting Interest in Ballgames.................................................................................. 126 Elliott Wave Analysis: Baseball Stadiums Now a Risky Investment............... 139 Corporations, Legislation and Social Conflict A Dow-Stock Case Study: Coca-Cola............................................................... 145 Is the Break in the Big Brand Names a Warning for the Overall Market?....................................................................................................... 150 A Socionomic Perspective on the Microsoft Case........................................... 155 New Assault on U.S. Corporations Confirms Microsoft Sell Signal................ 168 The Land of Flint and Steel.............................................................................. 173 Elliott Waves and Social Reality...................................................................... 176 World Peace, World War, Fibonacci and Elliott.............................................. 190 The Socionomic Insight vs. the Assumption of Event Causality..................... 198 Challenging the Conventional Assumption About the Presumed Sociological Effect of Terrorist News........................................................ 215 The Timing and Character of Investment Legislation...................................... 219 Toward a Revolution in Macroeconomics Predicting Economic and Monetary Trends..................................................... 231 Toward a New Understanding of Growth and Recession, Boom and Depression................................................................................256 Science and the Wave Principle The Fractal Design of Social Progress............................................................. 269 Science is Validating the Concept of the Wave Principle................................278 Science is Revealing the Mechanism of the Wave Principle........................... 294 Another Indication of Possible Elliott Wave Tendencies in Physical Phenomena.................................................................................................. 309 Another Example of a Link Between Nature's Trees and Waves.................... 311 Controversy and Validation Controversy... and Affirmation.........................................................................319 Fractals and Finance......................................................................................... 320 Credit Where It Is Due...................................................................................... 321 Reply and Response.......................................................................................... 346 Letters to the Editor of Scientific American..................................................... 354 Following Up in 2002.....................................................................................368 Socionomics and Quantum Physics Parallel Revolutions in the Physical and Social Sciences................................ 373 Miscellaneous Articles, Letters, Speeches and Observations Evidence of the Wave Principle in Human Emotional Biorhythms.................417 A Socionomist Looks at Bankruptcies............................................................. 421 Seminar Speaker Summary...............................................................................423 Challenging Another Myth of Market Rationality........................................... 425 Why Teenagers Lead Fads of Social Expression............................................. 427 Response to a Question from a Renowned Scientist........................................ 428 Letter to a Curious Objectivist..........................................................................430 Contrasting Three Styles of Financial Analysis............................................... 433 Miscellaneous Observations............................................................................. 435 A Craftsman's View..........................................................................................437 Book Review: The Wave Principle of Human Social Behavior and the New Science of Socionomics....................................................... 438 A New Paradigm...............................................................................................444 Why Socionomics Will Be a Tough Sell to the Entrenched Majority of Professionals.......................................................................... 445 On the Outlook for Socionomics...................................................................... 448 Appendix: Toward Quantifying Sociometers Other Than the Stock Market Quantifying Social Mood in Popular Song Lyrics...................................... 453 An Investigation of Achievement Motive Level as Expressed in the Musical Art Forms Appreciated by Today's Youth, and Implications......................................................................................... 454 Quantifying Pessimistic Rumination in Popular Songs...............................475 Quantifying Social Mood by Polling.......................................................... 482

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