SIM – Bridging

Additionally, you are asked to explain the connection between the status quo and network by answering three questions.
Step 1: Respond to 3 Questions about what your Political Actor Thinks Abstractly, Strategically, and Tactically About and Why
I’d like for you to consider how your Political Actor you chose to represent thinks abstractly, strategically, and tactically. Please answer the following three questions:
What does your Political Actor think abstractly about and why?
What does you Political Actor think strategically about and why?
What does your Political Actor think tactically about and why?
Step 2: Respond to 3 Questions about Bridging the Status Quo and Network
Remember that the status quo is defined as the “current state of affairs”. And we can have the status quo on 1-dimension, 2-dimensions, or 3-dimensions, as depicted in the following three images:
1 Dimension policy space is represented by a single line on a single axis.
2 Dimension policy space is represented by a plane, that contains a horizontal axis and a vertical axis. This image depicts two dimensions by showing a diagonal line that goes from coordinate 1,-3 in the lower-left to coordinate 7,3 in the upper-right.
3 Dimension policy space is represented by a cube.
Furthermore, recall how a network can be organized and relationships between political actors can be denoted either as positive, neutral, or negative.
In the context of the simulation, I have three questions I’d like you to respond to:
Why is it important to keep the concept of the status quo and the concept of the network distinct?
Why is it important to bridge the concept of the status quo and the concept of the network together?
How can you bridge the status quo and network together? I also uploaded previous assignment in case you need it and this is a you tube video explain what is the assignment about start at minute 28:30 to 33:00