The Sociology 101 model focuses on the mood of people within a society. The population consists of
two groups, the Passives and the Agressives, and people can switch between the two. While
randomness essentially governs the variation within the model, variables also control how many
citizens are passive and how many are aggressive. Based on user-set values, these variables can
affect how many citizens wind up in each group. A graph displays the change in mood over time,
which is a tool that could be useful for political leaders who wish to survey and respond to
citizens' mood. Students using this model will be able to study and evaluate factors that decide a
population's mood as well as discuss the applications and modern methods for determining it.

What can this Model be used to teach?

Understand the most influential variables in a population's mood and how mood information can be
useful