Social resilience to nuclear winter: lessons from the Late Antique Little Ice Age
Global Security: Health, Science and Policy • Vol/Iss. 6(1) • Routledge • • Published In • Pages: 57-67 •
By Peregrine, Peter N.
Societies that were more corporate were predicted to be more resilient to climate change during the Late Antique Little Ice Age than those that were more exclusionary.
Resilience to Late Antique Little Ice Age assumed to predict resilience to nuclear winter. Controlled for political hierarchy. N=20, Bayes Factor=0.716.
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Social Change Index (SCI)||Dependent||Community Structure, Disasters, Functional/adaptational Interpretations, General Character Of Religion, History And Culture Change, Ingroup Antagonisms, Instigation Of War, Population, Provinces, Territorial Organization, Towns|
|Corporate-Exclusionary Index (CEI)||Independent||Chief Executive, Community Heads, Districts, External Trade, Form And Rules Of Government, Political Behavior, Provinces|