pp. 240, 1a edizione 2021 (Codice editore 10268.2)
The Social Network Analysis perspective has proven the ability to develop a significant breadth of theoretical and methodological issues: the book hosts eleven contributions that within a sound theoretical ground, present different examples of speculative and applicative areas where the Social Network Analysis can contribute to explore, interpret and predict social interaction between actors.
Presentazione del volume
The Social Network Analysis perspective has proven the ability to develop a significant breadth of theoretical and methodological issues witnessed by the contribution of an increasing number of scholars and the multiplication of empirical applications in a wide range of scientific fields. One of the disciplinary areas in which this development has occurred, among others, is certainly that of computational social science, by virtue of the developing field of online social networks and the leading role of information technologies in the production of scientific knowledge. The complex nature of social phenomena enforced the usefulness of the network perspective as a wealth of theoretical and methodological tools capable of penetrating within the dimensions of that complexity.
The book hosts eleven contributions that within a sound theoretical ground, present different examples of speculative and applicative areas where the Social Network Analysis can contribute to explore, interpret and predict social interaction between actors. Some of the contributions were presented at the ARS'19 Conference held in Vietri sul Mare (Salerno, Italy) in October, 29-31 2019; it was the seventh of a biennial meetings series started in 2007 with the aim to promote relevant results and the most recent methodological developments in Social Network Analysis.
Giuseppe Giordano is associate professor of Statistics at the Department of Political and Social Studies of the University of Salerno (Italy).
Marialuisa Restaino is a lecturer in Statistics at the Department of Economics and Statistics of the University of Salerno (Italy).
Andrea Salvini is full professor of Sociology at the Department of Political Science of the University of Pisa
Preface, by Giuseppe Giordano, Andrea Salvini, Marialuisa Restaino
Part I. Research Methods in SNA
Cécile Bothorel, Laurent Brisson, Inna Lyubareva, How to choose community detection methods in complex networks to study cooperation and successful organizations. The case study of Ulule crowdfunding platform
Brandon Sepulvado, Omar Lizardo, Mike Wood, Cheng Wang, David Hachen, Examining the association between behavioral trajectory similarity clusters in social networks
Anna Piazza, Srinidhi Vasudevan, Do you influence me? Evidence from a case study of net-work ties among university students in Pisa
Antonietta Riccardo, Irene Psaroudakis, A structural analysis proposal for inter-organizational networks: doing a multilevel analysis through Multilevel ERGMs
Part II. Empirical and Substantive Findings
Ilaria Marotta, Carmela Bernardo, Angelo Moretti, Francesco Giangregorio, Francesco Vasca, Social network analysis for welcome policies: an empirical study from small Italian municipalities
Karen I. Trebitz, Manoj K. Shrestha, "Suite of roles" as a driver of core-periphery patterns in water resource governance networks
Manoj K. Shrestha, Development program intervention and network building. Application of bipartite Exponential Random Graph Models
Vanessa Russo, Emiliano Del Gobbo, Lara Fontanella, Mara Maretti, Italian top influencers on Twitter in COVID-19 time. A mul-tiplex network analysis
Francesca Odella, CinziaLorandini, Testing historical theories with SNA. Structure and evo-lution of a credit network
Massimo Del Forno, Marco Di Gregorio, Innovative welfare networks. Ego-network analysis of in-novative startups "with social vocation" (SIaVS) in Pie-monte and Campania
Silvia Leoni, Luca De Benedictis, The Erasmus student mobility network.
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