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Axel Bruns and Brenda Moon

., Hartley, J., Leaver, T., Aly, A., Highfield, T., Wilken, R., Rennie, E., Lusher, D., Allen, M., Marshall, D., Demetrious, K. & Sadkowsky, T. (2016). TrISMA: Tracking infrastructure for social media analysis. Retrieved from [Accessed 2018, December 7]. Bruns, A., Moon, B., Münch, F. & Sadkowsky, T. (2017). The Australian Twittersphere in 2016: Mapping the follower/followee network. Social Media + Society , 3(4): 1-15. doi: . Burgess, J. & Bruns, A. (2015). Easy data, hard data: The politics and

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Luisa Barthauer, Daniel Spurk and Simone Kauffeld

, James S. 1988. “Free Riders And Zealots: The Role Of Social Networks.” Sociological Theory 6(1): 52-57. Coleman, James S. 1990. Foundations of social theory . Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Cummings, Jonathon N. and Higgins, Monica C. 2006. “Relational instability at the network core: Support dynamics in developmental networks.” Social Networks 28(1): 38–55. Crossley, Nick, Bellotti, Elisa, Edwards, Gemma, Everett, Martin G., Koskinen, Johan and Tranmer, Mark. 2015. Social network analysis

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Balázs Telegdy

Sociological Review, 76(5): 737 - 763. Labianca, G., D.J. Brass and B. Gray (1998) ‘Social Networks and Perception of Intergroup Conflict: The Role of Negative Relationship and Third Parties’. Academy of Management Journal, 41(1): 55 - 67. Labianca, G. and D.J. Brass (2006) ‘Exploring the Social Ledger: Negative Relationships and Negative Asymmetry is Social Networks in Organizations’. Academy of Management Review 31(3): 596 - 614. Lazarsfeld, P.F. and R.K. Merton (1954) ‘Friendship as a social process: a substantive and methodological analysis’. In

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Carlos Luis González-Valiente, Magda León Santos and Ricardo Arencibia-Jorge

-known software for science mapping, was employed for the network construction and visualizations of first authors only. This software groups the nodes as networks derived from co-citation measures using the visualization of similarities (VOS) method ( Waltman, van Eck, & Noyons, 2010 ). To interpret the clusters, we examined scholarly output of co-cited authors. Given that the research interests of authors vary in time, we took into consideration their scientific contributions limited to each of the periods analysed. Some statistical values derived from social network analysis

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Gioacchino Pappalardo, Roberta Sisto and Biagio Pecorino

), 372-388. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9523.2008.00468.x. [4] Bock, B. (2012). Concepts of social innovation, Agricultural knowledge and innovation systems in transition - a reflection paper, Brussel: EU SCAR. [5] Bodin, Ö. & Crona, I. (2009). The Role of Social Networks in Natural Resource Governance: What Relational Patterns Make a Difference? Global Environmental Change 19(3), 366-74. [6] Borgatti, S. P., Everett, M. G. & Freeman, L. C. (2002). UCINET Software for Windows: Software for Social Network Analysis. Connections 15

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Jon Garner, Alan L. Porter, Andreas Leidolf and Michelle Baker

. (2011). Exploratory social network analysis with Pajek (2 nd Edition). New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. de Nooy W. Mrvar A. Batgelj V. 2011 Exploratory social network analysis with Pajek 2 nd New York, NY Cambridge University Press Garner, J., Porter, A.L., Borrego, M., Tran, E., & Teutonico, R. (2013). Facilitating social and natural science cross-disciplinarity: Assessing the human and social dynamics program, Research Evaluation, 22(2), 134–144. Garner J. Porter A.L. Borrego M. Tran E. Teutonico R. 2013 Facilitating social and natural science cross

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Lev Muchnik and Jacob Goldenberg

References Brot, H.; Muchnik, L.; Goldenberg, J. and Louzoun, Y. (2016): “Evolution through bursts: Network structure develops through localized bursts in time and space,” Network Science, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 293 - 313.

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Society, Law, and Culture in the Middle East

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Ergonomics For People With Disabilities

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Cornelia Reyes

. “Graphic elicitation: using research diagrams as interview stimuli.” Qualitative Research 6(3): 341-366. Crossley, Nick, Elisa Bellotti, Gemma Edwards, Martin G. Everett, Johan Koskinen, and Mark Tranmer. 2015. Social network analysis for ego-nets: Social network analysis for actor-centred networks . Sage. Domínguez, Silvia and Betina Hollstein, eds 2014. Mixed methods social networks research: Design and applications. Vol. 36. Cambridge University Press. Ellison, Nicole B., Charles Steinfield and Cliff Lampe. 2007. “The benefits of Facebook