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I follow Jim's message to also remind you the
existence of REDES. Revista hispana para el
análisis de redes sociales.
http://revista-redes.rediris.es/ Before REDES was
a journal in Spanish, but now it has become
trilingual, also publishing originals received in
English and French.
For those who don't know about this journal,
REDES is a peer reviewed online journal that
exists since 2002. It has already published 10
issues, has 800 subscriptors and receives another
800 visits every day. It has become an excelent
way to become diffused in the Spanish speaking
world while being also available in English or
It is currently edited by Isidro Maya Jariego,
Calros Lozares, José Luis Molina, Jaume Guia,
Marta Varanda and myself with the support of a
long list of people in the reading commmitee.
Among the articles published in several languages, you can find, for example:
Larissa Adler Lomnitz
Social Networks and Political Parties In Chile
Local communities as meso structures
Wouter de Nooy
An institutional perspective on the micro-macro link
Réseaux de discussion hétérogènes et pluralisme cognitif
Needless is to say that we welcome your contributions.
Ainhoa de Federico
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>Hi Folks -
>Perhaps I missed it, but I've not seen much
>mention of a fairly new journal that might be of
>interest to many on this list (and a search of
>the archives didn't reveal anything).
>_Structure and Dynamics_ is a fully peer
>reviewed, online journal focusing on questions
>related to social networks, anthropology and
>sociology. Edited by Douglas White, Robert
>Manlove, Murray Leaf, Robert Garfias, Benjamin Colby and Duran Bell.
>Part of the goal is to use the electronic
>resources of an eJournal to do things that are
>in print. So, for example, they have just
>started a practice of publishing full (but
>dissertations, to help move those out into a
>space where people will see them. The use of
>dynamic images, color, easy options for reader
>comments and so forth make it a very nice
>In full disclosure, I recently published a paper there
>I wanted a forum where users could change my
>assumptions and use newly updated data, so
>we were able to create a web-based calculator
>for readers to try scenarios themselves. The
>review process was excellent -- fast, careful,
>challenging. Just what you'd hope for.
>I hope folks make use of this new resource, and
>kudos to Doug, Robert, and the folks at
>MBS at Irvine for getting this started.
>All the best,
>Associate Professor of Sociology
Ainhoa de Federico de la Rúa
Maître de Conférences - membre du Clersé-CNRS
Institut de Sociologie et d'Anthropologie
Université de Lille 1
2 rue des Canonniers
59000 Lille, FRANCE
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REDES: Revista hispana para el análisis de redes sociales
GARES: Groupe d'analyse des Réseaux, Espaces et Structures Sociales
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