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      John Scott
    
      Peter J. Carrington

SAGE Handbook of Social Network Analysis

John Scott (Redaktør) ; Peter J. Carrington (Redaktør)

This sparkling Handbook offers an unrivalled resource for those engaged in the cutting edge field of social network analysis. Systematically, it introduces readers to the key concepts, substantive topics, central methods and prime debates. Les mer
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This sparkling Handbook offers an unrivalled resource for those engaged in the cutting edge field of social network analysis. Systematically, it introduces readers to the key concepts, substantive topics, central methods and prime debates. Among the specific areas covered are:





Network theory
Interdisciplinary applications
Online networks
Corporate networks
Lobbying networks
Deviant networks
Measuring devices
Key Methodologies
Software applications.


The result is a peerless resource for teachers and students which offers a critical survey of the origins, basic issues and major debates. The Handbook provides a one-stop guide that will be used by readers for decades to come.
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Forlag: SAGE Publications Ltd
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 640
ISBN: 9781847873958
Format: 25 x 18 cm
Winner of Choice Magazine Outstanding Reference/Academic Book Award 2011.
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«Over the past decades Social Network Analysis has broadened its scope from anthropology and sociology to all behavioral and social sciences, from social and organizational psychology to management science and economics. This Handbook provides well-founded introductions and overviews for a broad range of social network studies, approaches, and methodology. It is a must for everybody who is interested in the way social network relations evolve, are structured and affect outcomes in any part of our life and society
Frans N. Stokman
Professor of Social Science Research Methodology, ICS, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

There is something for everyone in The SAGE Handbook of Social Network Analysis. Whether you are brand new to the field or a seasoned expert, interested in the theoretical underpinnings of network analysis or the met»

Introduction - Peter J Carrington and John Scott
PART ONE: GENERAL ISSUES
Social Network Analysis: An Introduction - Alexandra Marin and Barry Wellman
The Development of Social Network Analysis - with an Emphasis on Recent Events - Linton C Freeman
Network Theory - Stephen P Borgatti and Virginie Lopez-Kidwell
Social Physics and Social Networks - John Scott
Social Networks in Economics - Sanjeev Goyal
Relational Sociology, Culture and Agency - Ann Mische
PART TWO: SUBSTANTIVE TOPICS
Personal Communities: The World According to Me - Vincent Chua, Julia Madej and Barry Wellman
Social Support - Lijun Song, Joonmo Son and Nan Lin
Kinship, Class and Community - Douglas R White
Animal Social Networks - Katherine Faust
Networking Online: Cybercommunities - Anatoliy Gruzd and Caroline Haythornthwaite
Corporate Elites and Intercorporate Networks - William K Carroll and J P Sapinski
Political Dimensions of Corporate Connections - Matthew Bond and Nicholas Harrigan
Policy Networks - David Knoke
Social Movements and Collective Action - Mario Diani
Crime and Social Network Analysis - Peter J Carrington
Terrorist Networks: The Threat of Connectivity - Renee C van der Hulst
Scientific and Scholarly Networks - Howard D White
Cultural Networks - Paul DiMaggio
Social Networks, Geography and Neighbourhood Effects - Ron Johnston and Charles Pattie
A Multiple-Network Analysis of the World System of Nations, 1995-1999 - Edward L Kick et al
PART THREE: CONCEPTS AND METHODS
A Brief Introduction to Analyzing Social Network Data - Robert A Hanneman and Mark Riddle
Concepts and Measures for Basic Network Analysis - Robert A Hanneman and Mark Riddle
Survey Methods for Network Data - Peter V Marsden
Survey Sampling in Networks - Ove Frank
Qualitative Approaches - Betina Hollstein
Analyzing Affiliation Networks - Stephen P Borgatti and Daniel S Halgin
Positions and Roles - Anuska Ferligoj, Patrick Doreian and Vladimir Batagelj
Relation Algebras and Social Networks - Philippa Pattison
Statistical Models for Ties and Actors - Marijtje A J van Duijn and Mark Huisman
Exponential Random Graph Models for Social Networks - Garry Robins
Network Dynamics - Tom A B Snijders
Models and Methods to Identify Peer Effects - Weihua (Edward) An
Kinship Network Analysis - Klaus Hamberger, Michael Houseman and Douglas R White
Large-Scale Network Analysis - Vladimir Batagelj
Network Visualization - Lothar Krempel
A Reader's Guide to Social Network Analysis Software - Mark Huisman and Marijtje A J van Duijn
John Scott is an Honorary Professor at the Universities of Essex, Exeter, and Copenhagen. He was formerly a professor of sociology at the Universities of Essex and Leicester, and pro-vice-chancellor for research at the University of Plymouth. He has been president of the British Sociological Association, Chair of the Sociology Section of the British Academy, and in 2013 was awarded the CBE for Services to Social Science. His work covers theoretical sociology, the history of sociology, elites and social stratification, and social network analysis. His most recent books include British Social Theory: Recovering Lost Traditions before 1950 (SAGE, 2018), Envisioning Sociology. Victor Branford, Patrick Geddes, and the Quest for Social Reconstruction (with Ray Bromley, SUNY Press, 2013), Objectivity and Subjectivity in Social Research (with Gayle Letherby and Malcolm Williams, SAGE, 2011).