Humanities & Social Sciences Communications • Vol/Iss. 8(17) • Springer Nature • • Published In • Pages: 1-9 •
By Fry, Douglas P., Souillac, Geneviève, Liebovitch, Larry, Coleman, Peter T., Agan, Kane, Nicholson-Cox, Elliot, Mason, Dani, Gomez, Frank Palma, Strauss, Susie
In addition to empirical testing, cultural variables associated with peaceful societies were also ranked using a machine learning program called Random Forest.
|Peace-related cultural variables will be positively correlated with each other.||Partially supported (21 of 28 combinations supported)|
|Peace-related cultural variables will be negatively correlated with war-related variables||Partially supported (13 of 32 combinations supported)|
|Peace-related cultural variables will be more strongly developed within peace systems than within war systems.||Partially supported (6 of 8 variables supported)|
|War-related cultural variables will be more strongly developed within war systems than within peace systems.||Partially supported (3 of 4 variables supported)|
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