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An overview of Software Applications for Social Network Analysis

.A.B. Snijders, C. Steglich, L. H. Y. Wichers and E.P.H. Zeggelink (2006) ‘StOCNET: an open software system for the advanced statistical analysis of social networks’, http://www.gmw.rug.nl/~stocnet/StOCNET.htm Retrieved: October 20, 2013. Borgatti, S.P. (2002). ‘NetDraw Software for Network Visualization: Documentation&FAQs’, https://sites.google.com/site/netdrawsoftware/documentation-faqs Retrieved: October 20, 2013. Borgatti, S.P. (2006) ‘Identifying sets of key players in a network’. Computational, Mathematical and Organizational Theory , 12(1): 21

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A Brief Overview of Social Network Analysis and its Current State within Romanian Sociology

References Barash, V. (2011) The Dynamics of Social Contagion. Doctoral Thesis. Cornell University. Borgatti, S. P. (1995) ‘Centrality and AIDS’. Connections, 18(1): 112-115. Borgatti, S. P. (2003) ‘The Key Player Problem’. In Breiger, R., K. Carley and P. Pattison (eds.) Dynamic Social Network Modelling and Analysis: Workshop Summary and Papers , pp. 241-252. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. Borgatti, S. P. and D. Halgin (2011) ‘On Network Theory’. Organization Science, 22(5): 1168-1181. Borgatti, S. P. and J. L

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A methodological approach to the analysis of egocentric social networks in public health research: a practical example

contextualized knowledge is required ( 3 ). In Slovenia, the use of qualitative research in medicine increased significantly in the last years. Studies were performed either with qualitative methods only ( 4 - 9 ), or by means of an integrated approach, together with quantitative measures ( 9 , 11 ). The social network analysis (SNA) is defined as a set of methods used for mapping, measuring and analysing social relationships between people, groups and organisations ( 12 ). It is a research approach uniquely suited to describing, exploring and understanding structural and

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Investigating social support patterns of single mothers from a social network perspective

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Analysis of Self-Organising Networks of Communication Between the Participants of a Housing Complex Construction Project

.8 (2006): 638-649. [4] Hanisch, Bastian, and Andreas Wald. “A project management research framework integrating multiple theoretical perspectives and influencing factors.” Project Management Journal 42.3 (2011): 4-22. [5] Moreno, Jacob Levy. “Who shall survive?: A new approach to the problem of human interrelations.” (1934). [6] Scott, John. Social network analysis . Sage, 2017. [7] Wasserman, Stanley, and Katherine Faust. Social network analysis: Methods and applications . Vol. 8. Cambridge university press, 1994. [8] Loosemore, Martin

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Social Network Mixing Patterns In Mergers & Acquisitions - A Simulation Experiment

. (2001). HR Issues and Activities in Mergers and Acquisitions. European Management Journal , 19 (3): 239-253. Vestring, T., King, B., Rouse, T. and Critchlow, J. (2003). Merger integration: why the ‘soft issues’ matter mos. EBF , (13): 69-71. Wasserman, S. and Faust, K. (1994). Social Network Analysis; Methods and Applications. Structural analysis in the social sciences. Cambridge University Press. Watts, D. J. and Strogatz, S. H. (1998). Collective dynamics of ‘small-world’ networks

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Managing Information Flow in Self-Organising Networks of Communication Between Construction Project Participants

integrating multiple theoretical perspectives and influencing factors.” Project Management Journal 42.3 (2011): 4-22. [5] Moreno, Jacob Levy. “Who shall survive?: A new approach to the problem of human interrelations.” (1934). [6] Loosemore, Martin. “Construction crises as periods of social adjustment.” Journal of management in engineering 13.4 (1997): 30-37. [7] Loosemore, Martin. “Social network analysis: using a quantitative tool within an interpretative context to explore the management of construction crises.” Engineering, construction and

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A Learning Analytics Methodology for Detecting Sentiment in Student Fora: A Case Study in Distance Education

. Retrieved from http://sentic.net/sentic-computing.pdf 11. Cambria, E., Schuller, B., Xia, Y., & Havasi, C. (2013). New Avenues in Opinion Mining and Sentiment Analysis. IEEE Intelligent Systems, 28 (2), 15–21. doi:10.1109/MIS.2013.30. 12. Carlos, A.R. (2011). Social Network Analysis in Telecommunications. John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 978-1-118-01094-5. 13. Carsten, U., Boreau, K., & Stepanyan, K. (2010). Who students interact with? A social network analysis perspective on the use of Twitter in Language Learning. In M. Wolpers, P. Kirschner, M. Scheffel

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Adventurous Foreign Direct Investment

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A Personal Network Approach in Mixed-Methods Design to Investigate Transnational Social Protection

Çatır, and Aslı Orhon. 2015. “Turkish–German Transnational Social Space: Stitching Across Borders.” Population, Space and Place 21 (3): 244–256. Bilecen, Başak and Andrés Cardona 2017. “Do Transnational Brokers Always Win? A Multilevel Analysis of Social Support.” Social Networks (forthcoming). Bilecen, Başak, Markus Gamper, and Miranda Lubbers. 2017. “Migration, Social Networks, Transnational Phenomena: Mapping the Issue(s).” Social Networks (forthcoming). Boccagni, Paolo. 2015. “Burden, Blessing or Both? On the Mixed Role of Transnational

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