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My department would like me to teach an introductory SNA course, and I am in the
process of putting together the syllabus. I would like to have the students do
a mini-report on "applications of social network analysis," and I have begun
developing a list of possible topics and readings. I was hoping you could offer
feedback on two levels: a) suggestions for readings in the topics I've
listed...readings appropriate for a novice audience, and b) other potentially
interesting areas that I have overlooked.
Again, it will be a novice audience and be taught in a Sociology department.
Here are the topics I have thus far:
2. Social capital
7. Social movements
I have begun gathering readings on these topics, but rather than list them here,
I would welcome hearing the SOCNET community's suggestions. PREFERABLY BOOKS,
but of course, article suggestions are welcome as well. I will share back with
the list once I have compiled all the suggestions.
Thanks much in advance for your time,
Lecturer, Sociological Studies
University of Sheffield
Sociological Studies Department
S10 2TU Sheffield, UK
Phone: (0)114 222 6402
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