Methods of Social Network Analysis

Monday, July 14, 2014: 5:30 PM-7:20 PM
Room: 416
RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizers:
Peter CARRINGTON, University of Waterloo, Canada and Anuska FERLIGOJ, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Peter CARRINGTON, University of Waterloo, Canada
Network Analysis and Spatial Analysis Combined : The Case of Reform and Philantropy in 1900 Paris (Oral Presentation)
Christian TOPALOV, École Hautes Études Sciences Sociales, France

Behavior Homophily and The Dynamic Network Distance In A Combination Of Friendship and Antipathy Networks (Oral Presentation)
Chih-Yao CHANG, Academia Sinica, Taiwan; Chyiin WU, Academia Sinica, Taiwan; Hwai-Chung HO, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

Social Networks, Careers and Quality Improvement: New Developments in Applied Social Network Research (Oral Presentation)
Malcolm ALEXANDER, Griffith University, Australia

Statistical Methods and Network Simulation: The Role of Limited Information in Edge Formation (Oral Presentation)
Debra HEVENSTONE, University of Bern, Switzerland

Measuring Path Dependency in Politics through Text Mining (Oral Presentation)
Arho TOIKKA, University of Helsinki, Finland

Network Models of Minority Opinion Spreading (Distributed Paper)
Javier ALVAREZ-GALVEZ, Universidad Loyola Andalucia, Spain