Mathematical sociology is the usage of mathematics to develop social theories. Mathematical sociology aims to consider sociological theory, which is solid in intuitive content but weak from a formal viewpoint, and to express it in official terms. The benefits of the approach include improved clarity and the chance to use mathematics to derive implications of any theory that is not arrived at without effort.
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