Freedom and Control in Modern Society

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total analysis. As it stands, our formalization renders its final service by pointing to a next step in the continuity of inquiry.
APPENDIX I
The equilibrium is obviously obtained if the contact-value distribution of the 400 pairs satisfies the following condition:
A = .5A + .3B + .5C + .2D
B = .2A + .2B + .1D
C = .1A + .4C
D = .2A + .5B + .1C + .7D

The coefficients in each of these equations correspond to the columns of Table 3 in the text. The four frequencies add up to A + B + C + D = 400. The terminal turnover table is approximately


TABLE 6
Time II
F A F A F A F A
F A + + + - + - - -
+ + 66 27 14 26 133
Time I + - 18 11 0 28 57
- + 12 0 10 2 24
- - 37 19 0 130 186
133 57 24 186 400

For a detailed discussion of the use of transition probabilities in the study of attitude changes, see T. W. Anderson's contribution to the symposium Mathematical Thinking in the Social Sciences ( Glencoe, Ill.: The Free Press, 1954).


APPENDIX II

A sixteen-fold table which would correspond to the scheme of such a restless and novelty-seeking community is exemplified in Table 7. The reader should interpret both Tables 6 and 7 in terms of the substantive discussion in the text.


TABLE 7
Time II
F A F A F A F A
F A + + + - - + - -
+ + 10 20 10 60 100
Time I + - 60 5 15 20 100
- + 20 15 5 60 100
- - 60 10 20 10 100
150 50 50 150

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