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Call for Papers - Special Issue of Social Networks

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*****  To join INSNA, visit http://www.insna.org  *****

Hello Socnetters,
We are now soliciting your contributions for a special issue of Social
Networks on the integration of social networks and spatial analysis
approaches. The full Call for Papers (copied below) is also available
online from:
(http://www.capturingcontext.org/CfP_Social_Networks_Special_Issue.pdf).
Let us know if you have any questions. Also, please feel free to
circulate this to any colleagues who may be interested.

cheers,
jimi adams

_________________

Call for Papers  Social Networks Special Issue
Topic  Integrating Social Networks and Spatial Analysis Methods

Special Issue Editors 
jimi adams (Arizona State University),
Gina Lovasi (Columbia University) and
Katherine Faust (University of California, Irvine)

Description - Social network and spatial analytic methods are two
distinct but related approaches to formally incorporating context as a
focal point of study within a variety of research fields. These two
approaches to capturing "context" share several parallel concepts
(e.g., distance, clustering, etc), and see the non-independence of
actors as important factors to be explored, rather than simply
analytic challenges to overcome. Building on the momentum for
combining these two perspectives that was evident at a recent
conference on the intersection of these approaches
(www.capturingcontext.org), we have joined with the editors of Social
Networks to assemble research that further advances their integration
into a special issue.

We expect that the included papers will be selected based on their
contributions to improving our understanding of the synergy between
social networks and spatial settings, as well as an awareness and
acknowledgement of the previously published work upon which each paper
builds. Priority will be given to papers with a clearly articulated
conceptualization of coupling these strategies, with the potential to
inform either: (1) sound theoretically-driven empirical research or
(2) new methodological or technical advances.

Specific Research Topics of interest include (but are not necessarily
limited to):
 Effects of spatial proximity on the probability of social tie
formation or the quality of social ties
 Networks of social ties among spatially defined area or groups
 Effects of local social networks on physical environments and vice versa
 Effects of social networks on spatial relocation and vice versa
 Interactions between social network position and spatial location
for determining outcomes of interest (e.g. resource transfer,
behavior, health)

Submission Requirements:
We encourage authors to submit extended abstracts of 2 to 4 pages by
October 1st. Extended abstracts should include a clear description of
the question to be answered and the data to be used, along with key
references to the relevant literature. Authors who prefer to send a
full paper in place of an extended abstract may do so. Extended
abstracts will be evaluated for overall strength and for their fit
with the special issue topic. Authors invited to submit full papers
will be asked to do so by the end of the year, with completed papers
due early in 2010 for review by a Special Issue editor, two peer
reviewers, and the Editors of Social Networks. Format requirements are
available on the Social Networks webpage
(http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/505596/authorinstructions).

Important Dates:
October 1, 2009  Extended Abstract Due
November 1, 2009  Invitations Issued for Full Paper Submissions
January 31, 2010  Full Paper Submission Due
March 31, 2010  Initial Review Decision
May 1, 2010  Revised Papers Due

For more information, contact one of the special issue editors (jimi
adams, [log in to unmask], Gina Lovasi, [log in to unmask] or
Katherine Faust, [log in to unmask]).

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