Observatory

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Trends in the use of social contract language signal tensions and flashpoints in society, and social contract language is also used to affirm and strengthen social cohesion.

The Social Contract Research Observatory collects and analyses information about how social contract language is used in different contexts today.

Multilingual Dashboard

The Social Contract Research Observatory has gone multilingual!

The multilingual dashboard tracks social contract language on Twitter across seven languages in real time, highlighting emerging trends.
It analyses the 2000 most recent tweets that refer to the social contract across Arabic, English, French, German, Indonesian, Japanese and Spanish, and updates hourly round the clock.

Trends in the use of social contract language signal tensions and flashpoints in society. Social contract language is also used to affirm and strengthen social cohesion. This valuable resource gives an at-a-glance snapshot of  contemporary use of social contract language on Twitter.

Multilingual dashboard

English Dashboard

The Social Contract Research Observatory Dashboard tracks social contract language on Twitter in real time, highlighting emerging trends.

It analyses the 2000 most recent tweets that contain the text “social contract”, and updates hourly round the clock, making its findings feeely available to researchers and interested observers alike.

The SCRO Dashboard exists in a desktop version

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And in a version optimised for viewing on mobile phones

SCRO Dashboard mobile

Introductory video about the SCRO Dashboard: