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Hi –

Some good warm-up links for your 8 Oct Dallas cluster - The Social Enterprise. 

Neighborhood networks, versus contagion networks, are key to edge comprehension, behavior and diffusion of innovation. Good article and findings from MIT-Sloan. Excerpt: "...translates into a system-level phenomenon whereby large-scale diffusion can reach more people, and spread more quickly, in clustered networks than in random networks."

Article: 

Better health through social networking: Research shows how the nature of your social network influences your health behavior. http://bit.ly/aNAzse 

Color Commentary: http://bit.ly/adg01D 

It’s key to mobilize, understand, expand and utilize your own neighborhoods and clusters for diffusion, e.g., 

https://www.regonline.com/DFW101 

  
The #SNA Daily -- http://paper.li/tag/sna

Have a nice weekend. Last one of Summer 2010 (in the NH).

Cordially,

-j

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Hi all,

I'm hoping to use respondent-driven sampling (RDS) for a network
survey-based project.  However, I'm coming up against an IRB problem.  My
institution *does no*t allow any incentives to paid to respondents for
helping researchers recruit participants.  For those who don't know much
about RDS, the procedure uses a dual reward system: (1) a respondent is
rewarded for taking the survey and (2) the respondent is also rewarded for *
successfully* recruiting subsequent participants (*successful* meaning that
the recruit completed the survey as well).

Does anyone have advice for working around this issue? One idea that a
colleague of mine suggested was to build in a small follow-up questionnaire
to administer to a respondent (post survey completion), perhaps a few
questions about the nature of the relationship between the respondent and
the people they recruited.  Then, the reward that was originally meant for
successful recruitment could be justifiable given for participating in the
follow-up survey.

I would appreciate any creative suggestions and/or advice based on past
experiences in getting IRB approval for a study using RDS.  Thanks in
advance.

Cheers,
Lindsay


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<div>Hi all,</div><div><br></div>I&#39;m hoping to use respondent-driven sa=
mpling (RDS) for a network survey-based project. =A0However, I&#39;m coming=
 up against an IRB problem. =A0My institution <u>does no</u>t allow any inc=
entives to paid to respondents for helping researchers recruit participants=
. =A0For those who don&#39;t know much about RDS, the procedure uses a dual=
 reward system: (1) a respondent is rewarded for taking the survey and (2) =
the respondent is also rewarded for <i>successfully</i> recruiting subseque=
nt participants (<i>successful</i> meaning that the recruit completed the s=
urvey as well).<div>
<br></div><div>Does anyone have advice for working around this issue? One i=
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estionnaire to administer to a respondent (post survey completion), perhaps=
 a few questions about the nature of the relationship between the responden=
t and the people they recruited. =A0Then, the reward that was originally me=
ant for successful recruitment could be justifiable given for participating=
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<div><br></div><div>I would appreciate any creative suggestions and/or advi=
ce based on past experiences in getting IRB approval for a study using RDS.=
 =A0Thanks in advance.</div><div><br></div><div>Cheers,</div><div>Lindsay</=
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i suspect you will find that with rds most participants are not given an
incentive but rather paid a relatively small amount for their time, as well
as for the time it takes to locate and ask others if they are willing to
participate,
which includes an amount/amounts reflecting average transport costs perhaps.

take care, al


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Hi all,

I'm hoping to use respondent-driven sampling (RDS) for a network
survey-based project.  However, I'm coming up against an IRB problem.  My
institution *does no*t allow any incentives to paid to respondents for
helping researchers recruit participants.  For those who don't know much
about RDS, the procedure uses a dual reward system: (1) a respondent is
rewarded for taking the survey and (2) the respondent is also rewarded for *
successfully* recruiting subsequent participants (*successful* meaning that
the recruit completed the survey as well).

Does anyone have advice for working around this issue? One idea that a
colleague of mine suggested was to build in a small follow-up questionnaire
to administer to a respondent (post survey completion), perhaps a few
questions about the nature of the relationship between the respondent and
the people they recruited.  Then, the reward that was originally meant for
successful recruitment could be justifiable given for participating in the
follow-up survey.

I would appreciate any creative suggestions and/or advice based on past
experiences in getting IRB approval for a study using RDS.  Thanks in
advance.

Cheers,
Lindsay


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<div>incentive but rather paid a relatively small amount for their time, as=
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to participate,=A0</div>
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perhaps.</div>
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<div>Hi all,</div>
<div><br></div>I&#39;m hoping to use respondent-driven sampling (RDS) for a=
 network survey-based project. =A0However, I&#39;m coming up against an IRB=
 problem. =A0My institution <u>does no</u>t allow any incentives to paid to=
 respondents for helping researchers recruit participants. =A0For those who=
 don&#39;t know much about RDS, the procedure uses a dual reward system: (1=
) a respondent is rewarded for taking the survey and (2) the respondent is =
also rewarded for <i>successfully</i> recruiting subsequent participants (<=
i>successful</i> meaning that the recruit completed the survey as well).=20
<div><br></div>
<div>Does anyone have advice for working around this issue? One idea that a=
 colleague of mine suggested was to build in a small follow-up questionnair=
e to administer to a respondent (post survey completion), perhaps a few que=
stions about the nature of the relationship between the respondent and the =
people they recruited. =A0Then, the reward that was originally meant for su=
ccessful recruitment could be justifiable given for participating in the fo=
llow-up survey.</div>

<div><br></div>
<div>I would appreciate any creative suggestions and/or advice based on pas=
t experiences in getting IRB approval for a study using RDS. =A0Thanks in a=
dvance.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Cheers,</div>
<div>Lindsay</div>
<div>
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Date: Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 9:03 PM
Subject: Re: Respondent-driven Sampling - IRB Issue with Incentives
To: Lindsay Young <[log in to unmask]>


 Lindsay, this is such standard practice.  IRBs spend a lot of time
inventing ways that participants can be injured.  You might want to do an
informal survey and see whether other IR Bs have objected.  The two that I
have worked most closely with--Georgia State University and Emory
University--do not.  Perhaps your IRB's knowledge that others don't find it
a problem could help.  Another place to go would be a program official at
NIDA.  They have sponsored a lot of network research with drug users, and
have no trouble permitting use of funds for this purpose.

Rich Rothenberg


On 9/17/2010 1:07 PM, Lindsay Young wrote:

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Hi all,

 I'm hoping to use respondent-driven sampling (RDS) for a network
survey-based project.  However, I'm coming up against an IRB problem.  My
institution *does no*t allow any incentives to paid to respondents for
helping researchers recruit participants.  For those who don't know much
about RDS, the procedure uses a dual reward system: (1) a respondent is
rewarded for taking the survey and (2) the respondent is also rewarded for *
successfully* recruiting subsequent participants (*successful* meaning that
the recruit completed the survey as well).

 Does anyone have advice for working around this issue? One idea that a
colleague of mine suggested was to build in a small follow-up questionnaire
to administer to a respondent (post survey completion), perhaps a few
questions about the nature of the relationship between the respondent and
the people they recruited.  Then, the reward that was originally meant for
successful recruitment could be justifiable given for participating in the
follow-up survey.

 I would appreciate any creative suggestions and/or advice based on past
experiences in getting IRB approval for a study using RDS.  Thanks in
advance.

 Cheers,
Lindsay


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Doctoral Student
Northwestern University
School of Communication
Media, Technology and Society (MTS)
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    Lindsay, this is such standard practice.=A0 IRBs spend a lot of time
    inventing ways that participants can be injured.=A0 You might want to
    do an informal survey and see whether other IR Bs have objected.=A0
    The two that I have worked most closely with--Georgia State
    University and Emory University--do not.=A0 Perhaps your IRB&#39;s
    knowledge that others don&#39;t find it a problem could help.=A0 Anothe=
r
    place to go would be a program official at NIDA.=A0 They have
    sponsored a lot of network research with drug users, and have no
    trouble permitting use of funds for this purpose.<br>
    <br>
    Rich Rothenberg<div class=3D"im"><br>
    <br>
    On 9/17/2010 1:07 PM, Lindsay Young wrote:
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      </div><div><div></div><div class=3D"h5"><div>Hi all,</div>
      <div><br>
      </div>
      I&#39;m hoping to use respondent-driven sampling (RDS) for a network
      survey-based project. =A0However, I&#39;m coming up against an IRB
      problem. =A0My institution <u>does no</u>t allow any incentives to
      paid to respondents for helping researchers recruit participants.
      =A0For those who don&#39;t know much about RDS, the procedure uses a
      dual reward system: (1) a respondent is rewarded for taking the
      survey and (2) the respondent is also rewarded for <i>successfully</i=
>
      recruiting subsequent participants (<i>successful</i> meaning that
      the recruit completed the survey as well).
      <div>
        <br>
      </div>
      <div>Does anyone have advice for working around this issue? One
        idea that a colleague of mine suggested was to build in a small
        follow-up questionnaire to administer to a respondent (post
        survey completion), perhaps a few questions about the nature of
        the relationship between the respondent and the people they
        recruited. =A0Then, the reward that was originally meant for
        successful recruitment could be justifiable given for
        participating in the follow-up survey.</div>
      <div><br>
      </div>
      <div>I would appreciate any creative suggestions and/or advice
        based on past experiences in getting IRB approval for a study
        using RDS. =A0Thanks in advance.</div>
      <div><br>
      </div>
      <div>Cheers,</div>
      <div>Lindsay</div>
      <div>
        <div>
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            Media, Technology and Society (MTS)<br>
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Hi Lindsay,
I don't know whether your work-around will satisfy your IRB, but there are
a couple of other issues that you should consider:
1) Be careful how you define "completed survey". Respondents must be told
that they can decline to answer any question for any reason. So you cannot
require that any set of questions be answered.

2) Carefully design the way you will identify respondents for distribution
of compensation ("rewards" may be inadvisable). It is critical to maintain
the confidentiality of respondents & is best for respondents to be
anonymous. An on-line survey (post invitations to stage-1, ask that
stage-1 forward location of post to stage-2, etc). Coding procedures can
trace back without breach of anonymity. Consent should advise that
compensation will involve loss of anonymity & list procedures to protect
confidentiality.

Please post to this list responses that you receive privately.

Thanks,
 --Larry



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> Hi all,
>
> I'm hoping to use respondent-driven sampling (RDS) for a network
survey-based project.  However, I'm coming up against an IRB problem.
My
> institution *does no*t allow any incentives to paid to respondents for
helping researchers recruit participants.  For those who don't know much
about RDS, the procedure uses a dual reward system: (1) a respondent is
rewarded for taking the survey and (2) the respondent is also rewarded
for
> *
> successfully* recruiting subsequent participants (*successful* meaning
that
> the recruit completed the survey as well).
>
> Does anyone have advice for working around this issue? One idea that a
colleague of mine suggested was to build in a small follow-up
> questionnaire
> to administer to a respondent (post survey completion), perhaps a few
questions about the nature of the relationship between the respondent
and
> the people they recruited.  Then, the reward that was originally meant
for
> successful recruitment could be justifiable given for participating in
the
> follow-up survey.
>
> I would appreciate any creative suggestions and/or advice based on past
experiences in getting IRB approval for a study using RDS.  Thanks in
advance.
>
> Cheers,
> Lindsay
>
>
> --
> Lindsay Young
> Doctoral Student
> Northwestern University
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> Media, Technology and Society (MTS)
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Networks in scientific communities have been extensively studied.
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Dear Clement,

There are indeed few studies of scientific networks which do not use 
co-authorship or similar bibliometric relations. An exception is a 
survey by Crane, where she also asks about exchanges of preprints and 
other relations.

Crane, D. (1972). Invisible colleges: Diffusion of knowledge in 
scientific communities.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Another work is a study by Mullins, he asked in his snowball sample also 
questions like "with whom do you had contact about research.":

  Mullins, N. C. (1968). The distribution of social and cultural 
properties in
informal communication network among biological scientists. American
Sociological Review, 33 , 786-797.

There are surely some other similar studies, this are the two that come 
into my mind. Perhaps a paper by Laudel is interesting to you, too. She 
compares co-authorship relations with a typology of relations she 
developed out of qualitative interviews, to find out what is measured 
with co-authorship relations.

Laudel, G. (2002). What do we measure by co-authorship? Research Evaluation,
11 , 3(15).

kind regards
Richard




Am 19.09.2010 09:52, schrieb Clement Levallois:
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> Networks in scientific communities have been extensively studied. 
> Co-author networks and co-citation networks are to my knowledge the 
> main approaches used to identify such networks.
>
> My question to you is, is there any literature which tried to map 
> scientific networks based on a survey approach instead? (with 
> questions such as: "who do you talk to" in [your scientific field, a 
> conference, an academic organization, your university ...]
>
> Any reference would be very helpful!
>
> Best,
>
> Clement.
>
> _________________
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>
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Dear Clement,<br>
<br>
There are indeed few studies of scientific networks which do not use
co-authorship or similar bibliometric relations. An exception is a
survey by Crane, where she also asks about exchanges of preprints and
other relations.<br>
<br>
Crane, D. (1972). Invisible colleges: Diffusion of knowledge in
scientific communities.<br>
Chicago: University of Chicago Press.<br>
<br>
Another work is a study by Mullins, he asked in his snowball sample
also questions like "with whom do you had contact about research.":<br>
<br>
&nbsp;Mullins, N. C. (1968). The distribution of social and cultural
properties in<br>
informal communication network among biological scientists. American<br>
Sociological Review, 33 , 786-797.<br>
<br>
There are surely some other similar studies, this are the two that come
into my mind. Perhaps a paper by Laudel is interesting to you, too. She
compares co-authorship relations with a typology of relations she
developed out of qualitative interviews, to find out what is measured
with co-authorship relations.<br>
<br>
Laudel, G. (2002). What do we measure by co-authorship? Research
Evaluation,<br>
11 , 3(15).<br>
<br>
kind regards<br>
Richard<br>
<br>
<br>
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Hi Clement,

We carried out that kind of work among cancer researchers in France:

Lazega, Emmanuel, Jourda, Marie-Thrse, Mounier, Lise et Stofer,  
Rafal (2008), "Catching up with big fish in the big pond ?  
Multi-level network analysis through linked design", Social Networks,  
30:157-176.

Lazega, Emmanuel, Lise Mounier, Marie-Thrse Jourda et Rafal Stofer  
(2006), "Organizational vs. personal social capital in scientists?  
performance : A multi-level network study of elite French cancer  
researchers (1996-1998)", Scientometrics, 67(1) :27-44.

Lazega, Emmanuel, Lise Mounier, Rafal Stofer et Alain Tripier (2004),  
"Discipline scientifique et discipline sociale : Rseaux de conseil,  
apprentissage collectif et innovation dans la recherche franaise sur  
le cancer (1997-1999)", Recherches Sociologiques, 35:3-27


Alvaro Pina-Stranger does work of that kind among scientists in the  
biotech area:

Pina-Stranger, lvaro & Emmanuel Lazega (in press, 2010)   
Inter-organizational collective learning: the case of biotechnology in  
France , European Journal of International Management, special issue  
 Knowledge and Learning Networks in organizations .

Pina-Stranger, lvaro (2010)  La structure sociale de l?industrie des  
Biotechnologies en France: une tude des relations  
inter-organisationnelles au niveau inter-individuel, REDES: Revista  
Hispana para el Anlisis de Redes Sociales. Vol.18, Numro spcial   
Rseaux sociaux et sant .(pdf available on his site)

Pina-Stranger, lvaro (2009) ?Transfert technologique et processus  
collectif d?apprentissage dans l?industrie des biotechnologies en  
France.? Sociologie Sant 30:27-49. (pdf available on his site)

Pina-Stranger, lvaro (2009) ?Transferencia tecnolgica y proceso  
colectivo de aprendizaje en la industria biotecnolgica?, aposta,  
revista de ciencias sociales, n43. (pdf available on his site)

Best regards,
Emmanuel Lazega


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> Networks in scientific communities have been extensively studied.
> Co-author networks and co-citation networks are to my knowledge the main
> approaches used to identify such networks.
>
>
>
> My question to you is, is there any literature which tried to map
> scientific networks based on a survey approach instead? (with questions
> such as: "who do you talk to" in [your scientific field, a conference,
> an academic organization, your university ...]
>
>
>
> Any reference would be very helpful!
>
>
>
> Best,
>
>
>
> Clement.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
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Dear Clement, 

 

We sent out extensive questionnaires to citers and analyzed the social
network as different from the network of citations and coauthorships in: 

 

(with Olga Amsterdamska), "Dimensions of Citation Analysis", Science,
Technology and Human Values 15 (1990) 305-335.

 

Best wishes, 

Loet

 

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Dear Clement,

There are indeed few studies of scientific networks which do not use
co-authorship or similar bibliometric relations. An exception is a survey by
Crane, where she also asks about exchanges of preprints and other relations.

Crane, D. (1972). Invisible colleges: Di
ffusion of knowledge in scientifi
c communities.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Another work is a study by Mullins, he asked in his snowball sample also
questions like "with whom do you had contact about research.":

 Mullins, N. C. (1968). The distribution of social and cultural properties
in
informal communication network among biological scientists. American
Sociological Review, 33 , 786-797.

There are surely some other similar studies, this are the two that come into
my mind. Perhaps a paper by Laudel is interesting to you, too. She compares
co-authorship relations with a typology of relations she developed out of
qualitative interviews, to find out what is measured with co-authorship
relations.

Laudel, G. (2002). What do we measure by co-authorship? Research Evaluation,
11 , 3(15).

kind regards
Richard




Am 19.09.2010 09:52, schrieb Clement Levallois: 

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Dear list members,

 

Networks in scientific communities have been extensively studied. Co-author
networks and co-citation networks are to my knowledge the main approaches
used to identify such networks.

 

My question to you is, is there any literature which tried to map scientific
networks based on a survey approach instead? (with questions such as: "who
do you talk to" in [your scientific field, a conference, an academic
organization, your university ...]

 

Any reference would be very helpful!

 

Best,

 

Clement.

 

 

 

_________________

Clement Levallois, PhD

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<i>Science, Technology and Human Values</i> 15 (1990) =
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class=3DMsoNormal>Dear Clement,<br><br>There are indeed few studies of =
scientific networks which do not use co-authorship or similar =
bibliometric relations. An exception is a survey by Crane, where she =
also asks about exchanges of preprints and other =
relations.<br><br>Crane, D. (1972). Invisible colleges: Di<br>ffusion of =
knowledge in scientifi<br clear=3Dall =
style=3D'page-break-before:always'>c communities.<br>Chicago: University =
of Chicago Press.<br><br>Another work is a study by Mullins, he asked in =
his snowball sample also questions like &quot;with whom do you had =
contact about research.&quot;:<br><br>&nbsp;Mullins, N. C. (1968). The =
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American<br>Sociological Review, 33 , 786-797.<br><br>There are surely =
some other similar studies, this are the two that come into my mind. =
Perhaps a paper by Laudel is interesting to you, too. She compares =
co-authorship relations with a typology of relations she developed out =
of qualitative interviews, to find out what is measured with =
co-authorship relations.<br><br>Laudel, G. (2002). What do we measure by =
co-authorship? Research Evaluation,<br>11 , 3(15).<br><br>kind =
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class=3DMsoPlainText>Networks in scientific communities have been =
extensively studied. Co-author networks and co-citation networks are to =
my knowledge the main approaches used to identify such =
networks.<o:p></o:p></p><p class=3DMsoPlainText>&nbsp;<o:p></o:p></p><p =
class=3DMsoPlainText>My question to you is, is there any literature =
which tried to map scientific networks based on a survey approach =
instead? (with questions such as: &quot;who do you talk to&quot; in =
[your scientific field, a conference, an academic organization, your =
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Hi Clement,

These two publications might be interesting. They compare citation data 
with actual social ties:

Zuccala, Alesia Ann (2004). Revisiting the Invisible College: A Case 
Study of the Intellectual Structure and Social Process of Singularity 
Theory Research in Mathematics. PhD thesis, University of Toronto.

White, H., Wellman, B., and Nazer, N. (2004). Does citation reflect 
social structure? Journal of the American Society for Information 
Science and Technology, 55(2):111126.

Cheers,
Philip


On 19.09.2010 03:52, Clement Levallois wrote:
> ***** To join INSNA, visit http://www.insna.org *****
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> Dear list members,
>
> Networks in scientific communities have been extensively studied.
> Co-author networks and co-citation networks are to my knowledge the main
> approaches used to identify such networks.
>
> My question to you is, is there any literature which tried to map
> scientific networks based on a survey approach instead? (with questions
> such as: "who do you talk to" in [your scientific field, a conference,
> an academic organization, your university ...]
>
> Any reference would be very helpful!
>
> Best,
>
> Clement.
>
> _________________
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Thanks Bonnie for remembering your former students
I teach a master-level SNA course at Alzahra University in Tehran. The
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In addition, in my Research Methods course, a section is devoted to SNA.

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> A few additions to Barry's list of current and former students:
>
> Nearing competion of her sociology PhD, Jing Shen
>
> Sociology PhDs now faculty members: Liviana Calzavara, University of
> Toronto (Public Health), David Tindall, University of British Columbia,
> Susan Bastani (Tehran), Emi Ooka (Kwansei Gakuin, Japan),and Vincent Chua,
> National University of Singapore.
>
> Many former students from another discipline who took one of our graduate
> network courses are now faculty members, so I will only list a few who
> worked with us beyond the courses in some way.
>
> PhDs from other departments for whom I was a PhD committee member and who
> are now faculty: Cheryl Cott, University of Toronto (Physical Therapy),
> Kai Lamertz (Management, Concordia), Catherine Johnson, Information and
> Media Studies, University of Western Ontario.  Marney Isaac, University of
> Toronto (Forestry) took my network course and we co-authored.
>
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>> Are available at both the undergraduate level and for graduate students.
>> And it's one of the department of Sociology's core areas.
>>
>> The principal profs in the area are: Bonnie Erickson, Alexandra Marin,
>> myself.
>>
>> My guesstimate is that there about 10 graduate students in the area
>> now, with 4 aiming to finish dissertations this year: Kristen
>> Berg, Rochelle Cote, Jennifer Kayahara, Tracy Kennedy.
>>
>> Some network folks who've moved on include Keith Hampton (Annenberg),
>> Bernie Hogan (Oxford), Dimitrina Dimitrova (York/Canada), Jeffrey Boase
>> (Rutgers), Wenhong Chen (Texas), Emmanuel Koku (Drexel), Nancy Nazer (TD
>> Bank VP), Scot Wortley (Crimn/Toronto).
>>
>> Some network students have also been at our Fac of Information.
>> Currently
>> Zack Hayat, with Kate Johnson, Anabel Quan-Haase, Caroline
>> Haythornthwaite
>> having gone on to higher things. (We co-directed their diss.)
>>
>>    Barry Wellman
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The reference below is an analysis of caner researchers in Arizona, specifically focusing on collaboration pertaining to translational science - in this case, discovery, development and delivery.  Scott

*Provan, K.G., *Leischow, S. J., Keagy, J., and Nodora, J.  (2009).  Research Collaboration in the Discovery, Development, and Delivery Networks of a Statewide Comprehensive Cancer Coalition.  Evaluation and Program Planning. Nov;33(4):349-55. Epub 2009, Dec 16.  *Co-first authors.



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Dear list members,

Networks in scientific communities have been extensively studied. Co-author networks and co-citation networks are to my knowledge the main approaches used to identify such networks.

My question to you is, is there any literature which tried to map scientific networks based on a survey approach instead? (with questions such as: "who do you talk to" in [your scientific field, a conference, an academic organization, your university ...]

Any reference would be very helpful!

Best,

Clement.



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Good morning Clement and others

We have detailed survey data on academic scientists in the US in six disciplines that include a set of collaboration network questions. We also gathered bibliometric data on our 1600 respondents and are in the process of matching the identified close collaborators and research discussion patterns with co-authors. Preliminary results show some interesting patterns but our matching is not yet complete -- will be this fall. 

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Hi Clement,

These two publications might be interesting. They compare citation data 
with actual social ties:

Zuccala, Alesia Ann (2004). Revisiting the Invisible College: A Case 
Study of the Intellectual Structure and Social Process of Singularity 
Theory Research in Mathematics. PhD thesis, University of Toronto.

White, H., Wellman, B., and Nazer, N. (2004). Does citation reflect 
social structure? Journal of the American Society for Information 
Science and Technology, 55(2):111–126.

Cheers,
Philip


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> Dear list members,
>
> Networks in scientific communities have been extensively studied.
> Co-author networks and co-citation networks are to my knowledge the main
> approaches used to identify such networks.
>
> My question to you is, is there any literature which tried to map
> scientific networks based on a survey approach instead? (with questions
> such as: "who do you talk to" in [your scientific field, a conference,
> an academic organization, your university ...]
>
> Any reference would be very helpful!
>
> Best,
>
> Clement.
>
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>
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Hi Lindsay,

I don't work on RDS, but several people in my department do, and one
colleague (a fellow grad student) had the following advice (pasted below).

Cheers,
Scott

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The compensation---not reward---for a followup interview (one per successful
recruit) is a great idea. Use this followup interview to collect information
about how many people the recruiter tried to recruit before the coupon was
accepted. In addition to the questions you mentioned, ask for basic
demographic information about the folks who turned down coupons so you have
the data to examine non-response bias in the sample.


Things to Consider:
     IRBs are generally much less concerned about fair compensation than
rewards, since "rewards" can be seen as coercive. Keep in mind that the
compensation levels need to be adjusted to be relevant to the target
population. The incentive is designed to motivate recruitment.; With the new
design, you will have to be sure that the compensation is sufficient to
motivate both the recruitment behavior and returning for a followup
interview. Consider giving all the followup interviews during a single
session to minimize the time burden on each respondent.

 If your target population is not motivated by the level of monetary
compensation your study can afford, consider offering other incentives that
appeal to folks with higher socioeconomic status. Sometimes the study goals
resonate with the target population and this is used to generate extra
incentive (Aging Artists, Jazz Musicians). Another possibility is to give
the compensation to a charity of the participant's choice.

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> I'm hoping to use respondent-driven sampling (RDS) for a network
> survey-based project.  However, I'm coming up against an IRB problem.  My
> institution *does no*t allow any incentives to paid to respondents for
> helping researchers recruit participants.  For those who don't know much
> about RDS, the procedure uses a dual reward system: (1) a respondent is
> rewarded for taking the survey and (2) the respondent is also rewarded for
> *successfully* recruiting subsequent participants (*successful* meaning
> that the recruit completed the survey as well).
>
> Does anyone have advice for working around this issue? One idea that a
> colleague of mine suggested was to build in a small follow-up questionnaire
> to administer to a respondent (post survey completion), perhaps a few
> questions about the nature of the relationship between the respondent and
> the people they recruited.  Then, the reward that was originally meant for
> successful recruitment could be justifiable given for participating in the
> follow-up survey.
>
> I would appreciate any creative suggestions and/or advice based on past
> experiences in getting IRB approval for a study using RDS.  Thanks in
> advance.
>
> Cheers,
> Lindsay
>
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compensation your study can afford, consider offering other incentives=20
that appeal to folks with higher socioeconomic status. Sometimes the=20
study goals resonate with the target population and this is used to=20
generate extra incentive (Aging Artists, Jazz Musicians). Another=20
possibility is to give the compensation to a charity of the=20
participant&#39;s choice. <br></div><br>=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D<br>
<br><br><br><div class=3D"gmail_quote">On Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 1:07 PM, Lin=
dsay Young <span dir=3D"ltr">&lt;<a href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">l6277=
[log in to unmask]</a>&gt;</span> wrote:<br><blockquote class=3D"gmail_quote" sty=
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<div>Hi all,</div><div><br></div>I&#39;m hoping to use respondent-driven sa=
mpling (RDS) for a network survey-based project. =A0However, I&#39;m coming=
 up against an IRB problem. =A0My institution <u>does no</u>t allow any inc=
entives to paid to respondents for helping researchers recruit participants=
. =A0For those who don&#39;t know much about RDS, the procedure uses a dual=
 reward system: (1) a respondent is rewarded for taking the survey and (2) =
the respondent is also rewarded for <i>successfully</i> recruiting subseque=
nt participants (<i>successful</i> meaning that the recruit completed the s=
urvey as well).<div>

<br></div><div>Does anyone have advice for working around this issue? One i=
dea that a colleague of mine suggested was to build in a small follow-up qu=
estionnaire to administer to a respondent (post survey completion), perhaps=
 a few questions about the nature of the relationship between the responden=
t and the people they recruited. =A0Then, the reward that was originally me=
ant for successful recruitment could be justifiable given for participating=
 in the follow-up survey.</div>

<div><br></div><div>I would appreciate any creative suggestions and/or advi=
ce based on past experiences in getting IRB approval for a study using RDS.=
 =A0Thanks in advance.</div><div><br></div><div>Cheers,</div><div>Lindsay</=
div>

<div><div><div><br clear=3D"all"><br>-- <br>Lindsay Young<br>Doctoral Stude=
nt<br>Northwestern University<br>School of Communication<br>Media, Technolo=
gy and Society (MTS)<br>
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Good Day,
 
INSNA would like to announce a second call for workshops and abstracts for
Sunbelt XXXI to be held 8 February 2011 to 13 February 2011 at the
TradeWinds Island Grand Resort in St. Pete Beach, FL, USA. Organizers for
the conference are Russ Bernard, Mark House, Chris McCarty, and John
Skvoretz.
 
Our keynote speaker, Dr. Kathleen Carley, will be presented with the
association's Georg Simmel Award and will give a keynote address on Thursday
10 February, the evening of the traditional banquet.  In addition, last
year's winner of the Linton C. Freeman Award for Outstanding Young Scholar,
Arnout van de Rijt of SUNY Stony Brook, will give a plenary address.  Of
course, there will be the famous INSNA hospitality suite every evening
Thursday through Saturday for after hours discussion and exchange of ideas.
For more details visit our website: http://www.insna.org/sunbelt/index.html.
 
To submit a proposal for a workshop, you must log into your INSNA account
(http://www.insna.org/member/login.html), register for Sunbelt XXXI
(http://www.insna.org/sunbelt/), and complete the Sunbelt Workshop
Submission form (http://www.insna.org/sunbelt/31_subwk.html).
 
Workshop submissions are due by 1 October 2010 at 11:59:59 EDT.  No
proposals can be accepted after this date.
 
To submit an abstract for the conference, you must log into your INSNA
account (http://www.insna.org/member/login.html), register for Sunbelt XXXI
(http://www.insna.org/sunbelt/), and complete the Sunbelt Abstract
Submission form (http://www.insna.org/sunbelt/31_subabs.html).
 
Abstract submissions are due by 29 October 2010 at 11:59:59 EDT.  No
abstracts submissions can be accepted after this date.
 
You will receive a receipt of your submission by e-mail so be sure to look
for the receipts in your SPAM folder.  Check your Account Management -
Sunbelt Registrations & Submissions section of the INSNA website for your
submission to be sure it was accepted by the website system.
 
The Organizing Committee
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<p class=3DMsoPlainText>Good Day,<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText>INSNA would like to announce a second call for =
workshops
and abstracts for Sunbelt XXXI to be held 8 February 2011 to 13 February =
2011
at the <span class=3DSpellE>TradeWinds</span> Island Grand Resort in St. =
Pete
Beach, FL, USA. Organizers for the conference are Russ Bernard, Mark =
House,
Chris McCarty, and John Skvoretz.<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText>Our keynote speaker, Dr. Kathleen <span =
class=3DSpellE>Carley</span>,
will be presented with the association's Georg <span =
class=3DSpellE>Simmel</span>
Award and will give a keynote address on Thursday 10 February, the =
evening of
the traditional banquet.&nbsp; In addition, last year's winner of the =
Linton C.
Freeman Award for Outstanding Young Scholar, <span =
class=3DSpellE>Arnout</span>
van de <span class=3DSpellE>Rijt</span> of SUNY Stony Brook, will give a =
plenary
address.&nbsp; Of course, there will be the famous INSNA hospitality =
suite
every evening Thursday through Saturday for after hours discussion and =
exchange
of ideas.&nbsp; For more details visit our website: <a
href=3D"http://www.insna.org/sunbelt/index.html">http://www.insna.org/sun=
belt/index.html</a>.<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText>To submit a proposal for a workshop, you must =
log into
your INSNA account (<a =
href=3D"http://www.insna.org/member/login.html">http://www.insna.org/memb=
er/login.html</a>),
register for Sunbelt XXXI (<a =
href=3D"http://www.insna.org/sunbelt/">http://www.insna.org/sunbelt/</a>)=
,
and complete the Sunbelt Workshop Submission form (<a
href=3D"http://www.insna.org/sunbelt/31_subwk.html">http://www.insna.org/=
sunbelt/31_subwk.html</a>).<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText>Workshop submissions are due by 1 October 2010 =
at
11:59:59 EDT.&nbsp; No proposals can be accepted after this =
date.<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText>To submit an abstract for the conference, you =
must log
into your INSNA account (<a =
href=3D"http://www.insna.org/member/login.html">http://www.insna.org/memb=
er/login.html</a>),
register for Sunbelt XXXI (<a =
href=3D"http://www.insna.org/sunbelt/">http://www.insna.org/sunbelt/</a>)=
,
and complete the Sunbelt Abstract Submission form (<a
href=3D"http://www.insna.org/sunbelt/31_subabs.html">http://www.insna.org=
/sunbelt/31_subabs.html</a>).<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText>Abstract submissions are due by 29 October 2010 =
at
11:59:59 EDT.&nbsp; No abstracts submissions can be accepted after this =
date.<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText>You will receive a receipt of your submission by =
e-mail
so be sure to look for the receipts in your SPAM folder.&nbsp; Check =
your
Account Management - Sunbelt Registrations &amp; Submissions section of =
the
INSNA website for your submission to be sure it was accepted by the =
website
system.<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText>The Organizing Committee<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText>Russ Bernard, Mark House, Chris McCarty, and =
John
Skvoretz<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></p>

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Please see the job opportunity below.  Although the description does not =
mention network analysis, anyone applying network analysis to develop, =
refine or evaluate preventive interventions should consider applying.  =
Several of us are beginning to do such work here at Penn State and it =
would be great to have additional colleagues.  Typical topics of =
interest at the Prevention Center include substance use, delinquency, =
sexual risk behaviors and related high-risk behaviors in childhood, =
adolescence and emerging adulthood.  Please contact me if you'd like to =
discuss further.   My understanding is that multiple positions are being =
filled.=20
best regards,
Scott

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Associate Professor, Human Development & Family Studies
Penn State University
814-865-3464 office


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> RESEARCH SCIENTIST POSITIONS in PREVENTION RESEARCH=20
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>=20
> The Prevention Research Center of Pennsylvania State University (
> <http://www.prevention.psu.edu/> www.prevention.psu.edu) announces the
> availability of a number of  early- to mid-career research scientist
> positions in the area of basic and applied prevention research. We are
> particularly interested in young scientists interested in longitudinal =
data
> analysis and intervention design, implementation and analysis. The PRC =
at
> Penn State is an internationally recognized leader in prevention =
science.
> The positions will offer the opportunity for involvement in several
> innovative prevention research projects and well as substantial
> opportunities for publication.  The individuals selected will be =
encouraged
> and supported in developing, or continuing, an independent line of
> investigation.  Penn State offers many opportunities for collaboration =
with
> experts in a variety of fields, as well as seed grants to develop new =
ideas.
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> Applicants should have relevant research experience and a capacity to =
work
> closely with others. To apply, please email a letter of interest and =
vita to
> Mark Greenberg ([log in to unmask]). Review of applications will begin
> immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  Penn =
State is
> an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.=20

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Scott D. Gest, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Human Development & Family Studies
Penn State University
814-865-3464 office



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develop, refine or evaluate preventive interventions should consider =
applying. &nbsp;Several of us are beginning to do such work here at Penn =
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topics of interest at the Prevention Center include substance use, =
delinquency, sexual risk behaviors and related high-risk behaviors in =
childhood, adolescence and emerging adulthood. &nbsp;Please contact me =
if you'd like to discuss further. &nbsp;&nbsp;My understanding is that =
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&gt;&nbsp;<a =
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announces the<br>availability of a number of &nbsp;early- to mid-career =
research scientist<br>positions in the area of basic and applied =
prevention research. We are<br>particularly interested in young =
scientists interested in longitudinal data<br>analysis and intervention =
design, implementation and analysis. The PRC at<br>Penn State is an =
internationally recognized leader in prevention science.<br>The =
positions will offer the opportunity for involvement in =
several<br>innovative prevention research projects and well as =
substantial<br>opportunities for publication. &nbsp;The individuals =
selected will be encouraged<br>and supported in developing, or =
continuing, an independent line of<br>investigation. &nbsp;Penn State =
offers many opportunities for collaboration with<br>experts in a variety =
of fields, as well as seed grants to develop new =
ideas.<br><br>Applicants should have relevant research experience and a =
capacity to work<br>closely with others. To apply, please email a letter =
of interest and vita to<br>Mark Greenberg (<a =
href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]</a>). Review of applications =
will begin<br>immediately and will continue until the position is =
filled. &nbsp;Penn State is<br>an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity =
Employer.&nbsp;<br></div></blockquote></div></div><div>
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The program for the second Workshop on Information in Networks (WIN) is
available at:

http://bit.ly/winprog

The program features 14 plenary talks, 40 poster presentations and 28
contributed talks over two days, Friday September 24th and Saturday
September 25th, at NYU's Stern School of Business, in sunny New York City
(high of 87 on Friday, 79 on Saturday).

We are very close to capacity on registration and may not be able to
register you on-site, so if you did plan to attend, please make sure you
register in advance. Further details are available at the WIN workshop web
site

http://www.winworkshop.net/

cheers, Arun
(on behalf of Sinan Aral, Foster Provost and Arun Sundararajan)

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ilable at:<br><br><a href=3D"http://bit.ly/winprog">http://bit.ly/winprog</=
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d 28 contributed talks over two days, Friday September 24th and Saturday Se=
ptember 25th, at NYU&#39;s Stern School of Business, in sunny New York City=
 (high of 87 on Friday, 79 on Saturday). <br>

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gister you on-site, so if you did plan to attend, please make sure you regi=
ster in advance. Further details are available at the WIN workshop web site=
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<br><a href=3D"http://www.winworkshop.net/">http://www.winworkshop.net/</a>=
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undararajan)<br clear=3D"all"><br>-- <br>Arun Sundararajan<br>Associate Pro=
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Dear socneters,

as some of you may remember, I launched with a few
colleagues some time ago an experiment aimed at
observing a real-world spreading phenomenon in the
blogosphere.

Thanks to the involvement of many members of this
list, this experiment was quite a success.

Thank you!

A movie is available at:
  http://www.complexnetworks.fr/videos.php?video_id=7
and results are presented in:
 A Real-World Spreading Experiment in the Blogosphere,
 Adrien Friggeri, Jean-Philippe Cointet and Matthieu Latapy,
 to appear in Complex Systems.
 http://www.happyflu.com/happyflu.pdf (preprint)

Have fun,
ML


> Dear socneters,
> 
> I just started with a few colleagues an experiment aimed
> at observing a real-world spreading phenomenon.
> 
> We thought it may be of interest to you; please visit:
>   http://www-rp.lip6.fr/~latapy/index.php?item=news&lang=en
> and consider contributing (by clicking 'Spread it' and
> copying the code to your own webpage).
> 
> (The obtained data will of course be freely available for
> research.)
> 
> Best regards,
> ML

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Dear all
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Many thanks for your helpful suggestions in response to the email below.  =
Here is the summarised list of references supplied.
=20
Best, Steve
=20
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Drug User Networks Reference List:

=20

A good foundational piece is by Weeks, et al on IV drug users in Hartford,=
 CT:

=20

Margaret R. Weeks and Scott Clair and Stephen P. Borgatti and Kim Radda an=
d Jean J. Schensul  "Social Networks of Drug Users in {High-Risk} Sites: F=
inding the Connections" Aids and Behaviour, June 2002, 193-206

=20

An article on the 'diffusion' of cannabis use through an inner-city school=
 :

Chris Bonell, Annik Sorhaindo, Tim Rhodes "Cannabis use and 'safe' identit=
ies in an inner-city school risk environment" International Journal of Dru=
g Policy 20 (2009) 244-250

=20

Carl Latkin in the School of Public Health at John Hopkins has carried out=
 several studies which focus on problematic drug use through the 'lens' of=
 SNA. These include:

=20

Williams CT, Latkin CA. (2007). "Neighborhood socioeconomic status, person=
al network attributes, and use of heroin and cocaine". Am J Prev Med. 32, =
203-10.=20

=20

Tobin KE, Hua W, Costenbader EC, Latkin CA. (2007). "The association betwe=
en change in social network characteristics and non-fatal overdose: result=
s from the SHIELD study in Baltimore, MD, USA". Drug Alcohol Depend. 23;87=
(1):63-8.=20

=20

Davey MA, Latkin CA, Hua W, Tobin KE, Strathdee S. (2007). "Individual and=
 social network factors that predict entry to drug treatment". Am J Addict=
. 16:38-45.=20

=20

Knowlton, A., & Latkin, C. (2007). "Network financial support and conflict=
 as predictors of depressive symptoms among a highly disadvantaged populat=
ion". J of Community Psych, 35, 13-28.=20

=20

Douglas Heckathorn (Sociolology, Cornell University) has developed a metho=
d of sampling called respondent-driven sampling that is meant to be used w=
ith large social networks, particularly for hard-to-reach, hidden populati=
ons like drug users. This is a good link: http://www.respondentdrivensampl=
ing.org/ <http://www.respondentdrivensampling.org/>  with access to core r=
espondent-driven sampling articles such as:

=20

Heckathorn, Douglas D. 1997." Respondent-Driven Sampling: A New Approach t=
o the Study of Hidden Populations. <http://www.respondentdrivensampling.or=
g/reports/RDS1.pdf> " Social Problems.=20

Heckathorn, Douglas D. 2002." Respondent-Driven Sampling II: Deriving Vali=
d Population Estimates from Chain-Referral Samples of Hidden Populations. =
<http://www.respondentdrivensampling.org/reports/RDS2.pdf> " Social Proble=
ms.=20

Salganik, Matthew J. and Douglas D. Heckathorn. 2004. "Sampling and Estima=
tion in Hidden Populations Using Respondent-Driven Sampling." Sociological=
 Methodology

Work by Deirdre M. Kirke on how teenagers get involved in drug use  (and o=
ther substance use) through their networks:

Kirke, D.M, 2006.  Teenagers and Substance Use: Social networks and peer i=
nfluence Palgrave Macmillan

Kirke, D.M., 2004. "Chain reactions in adolescents' cigarette, alcohol and=
 drug use: similarity through peer influence or the patterning of ties in =
peer networks?" social Networks Social Networks 26:3-28

Friedman, S., Bolyard, M.. Mateu-Gelabert, P.,  Goltzman, P., Pawlowicz M.=
, Singh, D., Touze, G. Rossi, D., Maslow, C., Sandoval, M. & and Flom, P. =
(2007). "Some data-driven reflections on priorities in aids network resear=
ch". AIDS and Behaviour, 11(5):641-651

=20

Friedman, Samuel R PhD; Bolyard, Melissa PhD; Khan, Maria PhD; Maslow, Car=
ey PhD; Sandoval, Milagros BA; Mateu-Gelabert, Pedro PhD; Krauss, Beatrice=
 PhD; Aral, Sevgi O PhD  "Group Sex Events and HIV/STI Risk in an Urban Ne=
twork". JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes. 1 December =
2008 - Volume 49 - Issue 4 - pp 440-446 Availaible at: http://journals.lww=
.com/jaids/Fulltext/2008/12010/Group_Sex_Events_and_HIV_STI_Risk_in_an_Urb=
an.14.aspx# <http://journals.lww.com/jaids/Fulltext/2008/12010/Group_Sex_E=
vents_and_HIV_STI_Risk_in_an_Urban.14.aspx>=20

Pawlowicz, M. P., Zunino Singh, D. S., Rossi, D., Touze, G., Wolman, G., B=
olyard, M., Sandoval, M., Flom, P. L., Mateu-Gelabert, P., & Friedman, S. =
R. (2010). Drug use and peer norms among youth in a high-risk drug use nei=
ghbourhood in Buenos Aires <http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/0=
9687630802669585> . Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 17 (5), 544-5=
59.

Friedman, S. R., Bolyard, M., Sandoval, M., Mateu-Gelabert, P., Maslow, C.=
, & Zenilman, J. (2008). Relative prevalence of different sexually transmi=
tted infections in HIV-discordant sexual partnerships: Data from a risk ne=
twork study in a high-risk New York neighbourhood <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih=
.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?orig_db=3DPubMed&db=3DPubMed&cmd=3DSearch&defaultFi=
eld=3DTitle+Word&term=3DSexually+Transmitted+Infections%5bjour%5d+AND+2008=
%5bpdat%5d+AND+Friedman+SR%5bauth%5dAND+Bolyard+M%5bauth%5dAND+Sandoval+M%=
5bauth%5d> . Sexually Transmitted Infections, 84 (1), 17-18.

Friedman, S. R., Mateu-Gelabert, P., Curtis, R., Maslow, C., Bolyard, M., =
Sandoval, M., & Flom, P. L. (2007). Social capital or networks, negotiatio=
ns, and norms? A neighborhood case study <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entr=
ez/query.fcgi?orig_db=3DPubMed&db=3DPubMed&cmd=3DSearch&defaultField=3DTit=
le+Word&term=3DAmerican+Journal+of+Preventive+Medicine%5bjour%5d+AND+2007%=
5bpdat%5d+AND+Friedman+SR%5bauth%5dAND+Mateu-Gelabert+P%5bauth%5dAND+Curti=
s+R%5bauth%5d> . American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 32 (6S), S160-S1=
70.

Friedman, S. R., Flom, P. L., Kottiri, B. J., Sandoval, M., Neaigus, A., M=
aslow, C. B., Mateu-Gelabert, P., Zenilman, J., Des Jarlais, D. C., & Bart=
h-Jones, D. C. (2002). Networks, norms and HIV risk in New York City. In T=
he network paradigm in research on drug abuse, HIV, and other blood-borne =
and sexually transmitted infections: New perspectives, approaches and appl=
ications. NIDA/CAMCODA Working Meeting (41-47). Rockville, MD: National In=
stitute on Drug Abuse.

Friedman, S. R., Neaigus, A., Sandoval, M., Mateu-Gelabert, P., Flom, P. L=
., Kottiri, B. J., Fuld, J., Krauss, B., & Des Jarlais, D. C. (2002). What=
 risk networks and social networks can contribute to understanding and pre=
venting the spread of HIV. In 2001 Global Research Network=20meeting on HI=
V prevention in drug-using populations: Fourth Annual Meeting Report (19-2=
5). Rockville, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse

=20

An old but interesting publication is:

=20

B. Bieleman, A. D=EDaz, G. Merlo, Ch. D. Kaplan (editors). Lines across Eu=
rope. Nature and extent of cocaine use in Barcelona, Rotterdam and Turin. =
Swets & Zeitlinger, Academic Publishing Division, Amsterdam, Lisse, Berwyn=
, PA, 1993. ISBN 90-265-1347-X http://www.intraval.nl/en/a/a02.html <http:=
//www.intraval.nl/en/a/a02.html>=20

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Sudir Venkatesch has also been suggested to us. 'Off the books' concerns "=
the quality of the networks in the 'underground economy of the urban poor'=
" (Smith, M. K. (2000-2009). 'Social capital', the encyclopedia of informa=
l education, [www.infed.org/biblio/social_capital.htm].)  Gang Leader for =
a Day may also have some relevant discussion.

=20

Venkatesch, S., (2008). Gang Leader for a Day: A Rogue Sociologist Takes t=
o the Streets <http://www.sudhirvenkatesh.org/books/gang-leader-for-a-day>=
 . The Penguin Press/

=20

Venkatesch, S., (2006). Off the Books: The Underground Economy of the Urba=
n Poor. Harvard University Press.=20

=20

________________________________

From: Steve Broome
Sent: Fri 9/10/2010 1:21 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Drug user networks


Dear all
=20
I am trying to find research that describes/models networks of drug users,=
 both in terms of how they connect to and use with other drug users, and h=
ow they connect to various forms of 'recovery capital' (the social, instit=
utional, community-based connections that facilitate and support recovery:=
 for example, family/friends, treatment services, potential employers).
=20
I would also be interested in any research that has been done on the 'cont=
agion' of recovery among drug users in network terms.
=20
I am having difficulty finding such work, so would appreciate any referenc=
es/ideas.  I will, of course, summarise any replies into a reference list =
for this group.
=20
Many thanks in advance.
=20
Best wishes, Steve Broome
=20
Director of Research, RSA
http://www.thersa.org/
=20
=20

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in Baltimore, MD, USA&#8221;. <I style=3D"mso-bidi-font-style: normal">Dru=
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bin KE, Strathdee S. (2007). &#8220;Individual and social network factors =
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PAN style=3D"FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'">This is a=
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spondent-Driven Sampling: A New Approach to the Study of Hidden Population=
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Y: 'Arial','sans-serif'">Heckathorn, Douglas D. 2002."<A href=3D"http://ww=
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spondent-Driven Sampling II: Deriving Valid Population Estimates from Chai=
n-Referral Samples of Hidden Populations.</FONT></A>"<I> Social Problems</=
I>. <o:p></o:p></SPAN></P>
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ZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'">Kirke, D.M., 2004. &#8220;Cha=
in reactions in adolescents' cigarette, alcohol and drug use: similarity t=
hrough peer influence or the patterning of ties in peer networks?&#8221; <=
I style=3D"mso-bidi-font-style: normal">social Networks </I></SPAN><SPAN l=
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<P class=3DMsoNormal style=3D"MARGIN: 0cm 0cm 0pt"><SPAN style=3D"FONT-SIZ=
E: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'">Friedman, S., Bolyard, M.. Mat=
eu-Gelabert, P.,<SPAN style=3D"mso-spacerun: yes">&nbsp; </SPAN>Goltzman, =
P., Pawlowicz M., Singh, D., Touze, G. Rossi, D., Maslow, C., Sandoval, M.=
 &amp; and Flom, P. (2007). &#8220;Some data-driven reflections on priorit=
ies in aids network research&#8221;. <I style=3D"mso-bidi-font-style: norm=
al">AIDS and Behaviour</I>, 11(5):641&#8211;651<o:p></o:p></SPAN></P>
<P class=3DMsoNormal style=3D"MARGIN: 0cm 0cm 0pt"><SPAN style=3D"FONT-SIZ=
E: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'"><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></SPAN></P>
<P class=3DMsoNormal style=3D"MARGIN: 0cm 0cm 0pt"><SPAN style=3D"FONT-SIZ=
E: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'">Friedman, Samuel R PhD; Bolyar=
d, Melissa PhD; Khan, Maria PhD; Maslow, Carey PhD; Sandoval, Milagros BA;=
 Mateu-Gelabert, Pedro PhD; Krauss, Beatrice PhD; Aral, Sevgi O PhD<SPAN s=
tyle=3D"mso-spacerun: yes">&nbsp; </SPAN>&#8220;Group Sex Events and HIV/<=
st1:stockticker w:st=3D"on">STI</st1:stockticker> Risk in an Urban Network=
&#8221;. <I style=3D"mso-bidi-font-style: normal">JAIDS Journal of Acquire=
d Immune Deficiency Syndromes. </I>1 December 2008 - Volume 49 - Issue 4 -=
 pp 440-446<I style=3D"mso-bidi-font-style: normal"> Availaible at: </I><A=
 href=3D"http://journals.lww.com/jaids/Fulltext/2008/12010/Group_Sex_Event=
s_and_HIV_STI_Risk_in_an_Urban.14.aspx"><FONT color=3D#0000ff>http://journ=
als.lww.com/jaids/Fulltext/2008/12010/Group_Sex_Events_and_HIV_STI_Risk_in=
_an_Urban.14.aspx#</FONT></A><o:p></o:p></SPAN></P>
<P class=3DMsoNormal style=3D"MARGIN: 0cm 0cm 0pt"><SPAN style=3D"FONT-SIZ=
E: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'"><o:p></o:p></SPAN></P>
<P><SPAN style=3D"FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'">Pawl=
owicz, M. P., Zunino Singh, D. S., Rossi, D., Touze, G., Wolman, G., Bolya=
rd, M., Sandoval, M., Flom, P. L., Mateu-Gelabert, P., &amp; Friedman, S. =
R. (2010). <A href=3D"http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/0968763=
0802669585" target=3D_pubmed><FONT color=3D#0000ff>Drug use and peer norms=
 among youth in a high-risk drug use=20neighbourhood in Buenos Aires</FONT=
></A>. <I>Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 17</I> (5), 544-559.<o:=
p></o:p></SPAN></P>
<P><SPAN style=3D"FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'">Frie=
dman, S. R., Bolyard, M., Sandoval, M., Mateu-Gelabert, P., Maslow, C., &a=
mp; Zenilman, J. (2008). <A href=3D"http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/que=
ry.fcgi?orig_db=3DPubMed&amp;db=3DPubMed&amp;cmd=3DSearch&amp;defaultField=
=3DTitle+Word&amp;term=3DSexually+Transmitted+Infections%5bjour%5d+AND+200=
8%5bpdat%5d+AND+Friedman+SR%5bauth%5dAND+Bolyard+M%5bauth%5dAND+Sandoval+M=
%5bauth%5d" target=3D_pubmed><FONT color=3D#0000ff>Relative prevalence of =
different sexually transmitted infections in HIV-discordant sexual partner=
ships: Data from a risk network study in a high-risk New York neighbourhoo=
d</FONT></A>. <I>Sexually Transmitted Infections, 84</I> (1), 17-18.<o:p><=
/o:p></SPAN></P>
<P><SPAN style=3D"FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'">Frie=
dman, S. R., Mateu-Gelabert, P., Curtis, R., Maslow, C., Bolyard, M., Sand=
oval, M., &amp; Flom, P. L. (2007). <A href=3D"http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov=
/entrez/query.fcgi?orig_db=3DPubMed&amp;db=3DPubMed&amp;cmd=3DSearch&amp;d=
efaultField=3DTitle+Word&amp;term=3DAmerican+Journal+of+Preventive+Medicin=
e%5bjour%5d+AND+2007%5bpdat%5d+AND+Friedman+SR%5bauth%5dAND+Mateu-Gelabert=
+P%5bauth%5dAND+Curtis+R%5bauth%5d" target=3D_pubmed><FONT color=3D#0000ff=
>Social capital or networks, negotiations, and norms? A neighborhood case =
study</FONT></A>. <I>American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 32</I> (6S),=
 S160-S170.<o:p></o:p></SPAN></P>
<P><SPAN style=3D"FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'">Frie=
dman, S. R., Flom, P. L., Kottiri, B. J., Sandoval, M., Neaigus, A., Maslo=
w, C. B., Mateu-Gelabert, P., Zenilman, J., Des Jarlais, D. C., &amp; Bart=
h-Jones, D. C. (2002). Networks, norms and HIV risk in New York City. In <=
I>The network paradigm in research on drug abuse, HIV, and other blood-bor=
ne and sexually transmitted infections: New perspectives, approaches and a=
pplications. NIDA/CAMCODA Working Meeting</I> (41-47). Rockville, MD: Nati=
onal Institute on Drug Abuse.<o:p></o:p></SPAN></P>
<P class=3DMsoNormal style=3D"MARGIN: 0cm 0cm 0pt"><SPAN style=3D"FONT-SIZ=
E: 10pt; COLOR: black; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'">Friedman, S. R.,=
 Neaigus, A., Sandoval, M., Mateu-Gelabert, P., Flom, P. L., Kottiri, B. J=
., Fuld, J., Krauss, B., &amp; Des Jarlais, D. C. (2002). What risk networ=
ks and social networks can contribute to understanding and preventing the =
spread of HIV. In <I>2001 Global Research Network meeting on HIV preventio=
n in drug-using populations: Fourth Annual Meeting Report</I> (19-25). Roc=
kville, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse<o:p></o:p></SPAN></P>
<P class=3DMsoNormal style=3D"MARGIN: 0cm 0cm 0pt"><SPAN style=3D"FONT-SIZ=
E: 10pt; COLOR: black; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'"><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p=
></SPAN></P>
<P class=3DMsoNormal style=3D"MARGIN: 0cm 0cm 0pt; mso-layout-grid-align: =
none"><SPAN style=3D"FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'">A=
n old but interesting publication is:<o:p></o:p></SPAN></P>
<P class=3DMsoNormal style=3D"MARGIN: 0cm 0cm 0pt; mso-layout-grid-align: =
none"><SPAN style=3D"FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'"><=
o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></SPAN></P>
<P class=3DMsoNormal style=3D"MARGIN: 0cm 0cm 0pt; mso-layout-grid-align: =
none"><SPAN style=3D"FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'">B=
. Bieleman, A. D=EDaz, G. Merlo, Ch. D. Kaplan (editors). Lines across Eur=
ope. Nature and extent of cocaine use in Barcelona, Rotterdam and Turin. S=
wets &amp; Zeitlinger, Academic Publishing Division, Amsterdam, Lisse, Ber=
wyn, PA, 1993. ISBN 90-265-1347-X <A href=3D"http://www.intraval.nl/en/a/a=
02.html"><FONT color=3D#0000ff>http://www.intraval.nl/en/a/a02.html</FONT>=
</A><o:p></o:p></SPAN></P>
<P class=3DMsoNormal style=3D"MARGIN: 0cm 0cm 0pt; mso-layout-grid-align: =
none"><SPAN style=3D"FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'"><=
o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></SPAN></P>
<P class=3DMsoNormal style=3D"MARGIN: 0cm 0cm 0pt; mso-layout-grid-align: =
none"><SPAN style=3D"FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'">S=
udir Venkatesch has also been suggested to us.</SPAN><SPAN style=3D"FONT-S=
IZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'; mso-ansi-language: EN"> <SPA=
N lang=3DEN>&#8216;Off the books&#8217; concerns </SPAN></SPAN><SPAN style=
=3D"FONT-SIZE: 10pt; COLOR: black; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'">&#82=
20;the quality of the networks in the 'underground economy of the urban po=
or'&#8221; (Smith, M. K. (2000-2009). 'Social capital', <I>the encyclopedi=
a of informal education</I>, [<A href=3D"http://www.infed.org/biblio/socia=
l_capital.htm">www.infed.org/biblio/social_capital.htm</A>].)<SPAN style=3D=
"mso-spacerun: yes">&nbsp; </SPAN>Gang Leader for a Day may also have some=
 relevant discussion.</SPAN><SPAN style=3D"FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: '=
Arial','sans-serif'"><o:p></o:p></SPAN></P>
<P class=3DMsoNormal style=3D"MARGIN: 0cm 0cm 0pt; mso-layout-grid-align: =
none"><SPAN style=3D"FONT-SIZE: 10pt; COLOR: black; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','=
sans-serif'"><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></SPAN></P>
<P class=3DMsoNormal style=3D"MARGIN: 0cm 0cm 0pt; mso-layout-grid-align: =
none"><SPAN style=3D"FONT-SIZE: 10pt; COLOR: black; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','=
sans-serif'">Venkatesch, S., (2008). </SPAN><I style=3D"mso-bidi-font-styl=
e: normal"><SPAN lang=3DEN style=3D"FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial',=
'sans-serif'; mso-ansi-language: EN"><A href=3D"http://www.sudhirvenkatesh=
.org/books/gang-leader-for-a-day"><SPAN style=3D"TEXT-DECORATION: none; te=
xt-underline: none"><FONT color=3D#0000ff>Gang Leader for a Day: A Rogue S=
ociologist Takes to the Streets</FONT></SPAN></A>. </SPAN></I><SPAN lang=3D=
EN style=3D"FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'; mso-ansi-l=
anguage: EN">The Penguin Press/<o:p></o:p></SPAN></P>
<P class=3DMsoNormal style=3D"MARGIN: 0cm 0cm 0pt; mso-layout-grid-align: =
none"><SPAN lang=3DEN style=3D"FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans=
-serif'; mso-ansi-language: EN"><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></SPAN></P>
<P class=3DMsoNormal style=3D"MARGIN: 0cm 0cm 0pt; mso-layout-grid-align: =
none"><SPAN lang=3DEN style=3D"FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans=
-serif'; mso-ansi-language: EN">Venkatesch, S., (2006). </SPAN><I style=3D=
"mso-bidi-font-style: normal"><SPAN style=3D"FONT-SIZE: 10pt; COLOR: black=
; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'; mso-bidi-font-weight: bold">Off the B=
ooks: The Underground Economy of the Urban Poor. </SPAN></I><SPAN style=3D=
"FONT-SIZE: 10pt; COLOR: black; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'; mso-bid=
i-font-weight: bold">Harvard University Press. </SPAN><SPAN style=3D"FONT-=
SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Arial','sans-serif'"><o:p></o:p></SPAN></P></DIV=
>
<DIV>&nbsp;</DIV></FONT></DIV></DIV>
<DIV dir=3Dltr><BR>
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<FONT face=3DTahoma size=3D2><B>From:</B> Steve Broome<BR><B>Sent:</B> Fri=
 9/10/2010 1:21 PM<BR><B>To:</B> [log in to unmask]<BR><B>Subject:</B> D=
rug user networks<BR></FONT><BR></DIV>
<DIV dir=3Dltr>
<DIV><FONT face=3DArial color=3D#000000 size=3D2>Dear all</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2></FONT>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2>I am trying to find research that describ=
es/models networks of drug users, both in terms of how they connect to and=
 use with other drug users, and how they connect to various forms of 'reco=
very capital' (the social, institutional, community-based connections that=
 facilitate and support recovery: for example, family/friends, treatment s=
ervices, potential employers).</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2></FONT>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2>I would also be interested in any researc=
h that has been done on the 'contagion' of recovery among drug users in ne=
twork terms.</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2></FONT>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2>I am having difficulty finding such work,=
 so would appreciate any references/ideas.&nbsp; </FONT><FONT face=3DArial=
 size=3D2>I will, of course, summarise any replies into a reference list f=
or this group.</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2></FONT>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2>Many thanks in advance.</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2></FONT>&nbsp;</DIV>
<DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2>Best wishes, Steve Broome</FONT></DIV>
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>>
>>
>>CALL FOR PAPERS - AAG 2011
>>
>>Paper session: "Space and Social Networks"
>>Sponsored by the Political Geography Speciality Group
>>
>>Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting 2011
>>Seattle, USA, 12-16 April 2011
>>
>>Organizers
>>Dimitris Christopoulos, University of the West of England, UK
>>Christophe Sohn and Olivier Walther, Centre for=20
>>Population, Poverty and Public Policy Studies,=20
>>Luxembourg
>>
>>Concept and objectives
>>Until recently, geographers and social networks=20
>>analysts followed parallel paths. The former=20
>>documented how different kinds of nodes and=20
>>edges were organized into physical networks=20
>>while the latter studied the way social actors=20
>>are related, rarely paying much attention to=20
>>their spatiality. In the last decade however,=20
>>social network analysis has gained significant=20
>>attention from different scholars, who have=20
>>progressively investigated how the location of=20
>>actors in space, the spatial practices or=20
>>imaginaries, and the geographic arrangements of=20
>>networks are influencing social ties.
>>
>>This session is an attempt to consider both=20
>>networks and space by integrating social=20
>>theories in geography and spatial network=20
>>analysis. The main objective is to investigate=20
>>how an actor's position in geographic space can=20
>>be analysed simultaneously with their position=20
>>in social networks.
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>>In the session we wish to explore the following topics:
>>
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>>- Spatial proximity and homophily
>>- Governance networks and geography
>>- Crime and terrorist networks
>>- Innovation cluster topography and social networks
>>- Small worlds and regional economics
>>- Social movements and local embeddedness
>>- Intra & Inter-organisational networks
>>- Spatiality and relational space in workplace environments
>>- Social network and GIS mapping
>>
>>Joining the session
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>>welcome. We look forward to receiving proposals=20
>>that focus on different regions and contexts=20
>>and make use of different approaches.=20
>>Interested participants should send an abstract=20
>>of max 250 words to Dimitris Christopoulos=20
>>(<mailto:[log in to unmask]>[log in to unmask])=20
>>and Christophe Sohn=20
>>(<mailto:[log in to unmask]>[log in to unmask])=20
>>no later than 15th October 2010.
>>
>>Contributors will have to register for the=20
>>conference and submit their abstract the=20
>>regular way through the AAG website=20
>>(<http://www.aag.org/cs/annualmeeting/register_to_attend>http://www.aag.or=
g/cs/annualmeeting/register_to_attend),=20
>>and should then send the registration code=20
>>(PIN) they receive to us. Please note that you=20
>>have to submit the abstract AND also pay, and=20
>>then your PIN is activated. We will then=20
>>mention all registration codes that will be in=20
>>our session.
>>
>>
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<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>FYI</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite><br>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite><br>
<br>
</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite><b>CALL FOR PAPERS - AAG
2011</b></blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite><b>&nbsp;</b></blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite><b>Paper session: &quot;Space and Social
Networks&quot;</b></blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>Sponsored by the Political Geography
Speciality Group</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>&nbsp;</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>Association of American Geographers (AAG)
Annual Meeting 2011</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>Seattle, USA, 12-16 April
2011</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>&nbsp;</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite><b>Organizers</b></blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>Dimitris Christopoulos,<i> University of
the West of England, UK</i></blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>Christophe Sohn and Olivier Walther,<i>
Centre for Population, Poverty and Public Policy Studies,
Luxembourg</i></blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>&nbsp;</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite><b>Concept and
objectives</b></blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>Until recently, geographers and social
networks analysts followed parallel paths. The former documented how
different kinds of nodes and edges were organized into physical
networks while the latter studied the way social actors are related,
rarely paying much attention to their spatiality. In the last decade
however, social network analysis has gained significant attention from
different scholars, who have progressively investigated how the
location of actors in space, the spatial practices or imaginaries, and
the geographic arrangements of networks are influencing social
ties.</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>&nbsp;</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>This session is an attempt to consider
both networks and space by integrating social theories in geography
and spatial network analysis. The main objective is to investigate how
an actor's position in geographic space can be analysed simultaneously
with their position in social networks.</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>&nbsp;</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>In the session we wish to explore the
following topics:</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>&nbsp;</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>- Theories of spatiality in social
networks</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>- Spatial proximity and
homophily</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>- Governance networks and
geography</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>- Crime and terrorist
networks</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>- Innovation cluster topography and
social networks</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>- Small worlds and regional
economics</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>- Social movements and local
embeddedness</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>- Intra &amp; Inter-organisational
networks</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>- Spatiality and relational space in
workplace environments</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>- Social network and GIS
mapping</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>&nbsp;</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite><b>Joining the session</b></blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>Both conceptual and empirical papers are
welcome. We look forward to receiving proposals that focus on
different regions and contexts and make use of different approaches.&nbsp;
Interested participants should send an abstract of max 250 words to
Dimitris Christopoulos (<a
href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]</a
>) and Christophe Sohn (<a
href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]</a>) no
later than 15th October 2010.</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>&nbsp;</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>Contributors will have to register for
the conference and submit their abstract the regular way through the
AAG website (<a
href=3D"http://www.aag.org/cs/annualmeeting/register_to_attend"
>http://www.aag.org/cs/annualmeeting/register_to_attend</a>), and
should then send the registration code (PIN) they receive to us.
Please note that you have to submit the abstract AND also pay, and
then your PIN is activated. We will then mention all registration
codes that will be in our session.</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite><b>&nbsp;</b></blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>&nbsp;</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite><b>Dr Christophe Sohn</b></blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>Charg=E9 de recherches</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>D=E9partement G=E9ographie et
D=E9veloppement</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>Centre de recherche public
CEPS/INSTEAD</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>B.P. 48, L-4501 DIFFERDANGE</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>T=E9l : (352) 58 58 55 613</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite>Fax : (352) 58 55 60</blockquote>
<blockquote type=3D"cite" cite><a
href=3D"http://metrolux.ceps.lu/">http://metrolux.ceps.lu/</a></blockquote
>
</blockquote>
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  Nicholas Christakis: How social networks predict epidemics , TED.com

About this talk: After mapping humans' intricate social networks, Nicholas=
=20
Christakis and colleague James Fowler began investigating how this=20
information could better our lives. Now, he reveals his hot-off-the-press=
=20
findings: These networks can be used to detect epidemics earlier than=20
ever, from the spread of innovative ideas to risky behaviors to viruses=20
(like H1N1).

* [10] Nicholas Christakis: How social networks predict epidemics,=20
2010/09,
TED.com
* VIDEO - [11] Watch this talk

http://www.ted.com/talks/nicholas_christakis_how_social_networks_predict_ep=
idemics.html
[11]
http://www.ted.com/talks/nicholas_christakis_how_social_networks_predict_ep=
idemics.html

_________________________________________________________________

05.01. Steven Johnson: Where good ideas come from , TED.com

About this talk: People often credit their ideas to individual "Eureka!"=20
moments. But Steven Johnson shows how history tells a different story. His=
=20
fascinating tour takes us from the "liquid networks" of London's coffee=20
houses to Charles Darwin's long, slow hunch to today's high-velocity web.

* [12] Steven Johnson: Where good ideas come from, 2010/09, TED.com
* VIDEO - [13] Watch this talk

[12]=20
http://www.ted.com/talks/steven_johnson_where_good_ideas_come_from.html
http://www.ted.com/talks/steven_johnson_where_good_ideas_come_from.html

_________________________________________________________________

  Peer-Review in a World with Rational Scientists: Toward Selection of the
Average , SFI Working Papers

Excerpt: One of the virtues of peer review is that it provides a=20
self-regulating selection mechanism for scientific work, papers and=20
projects. Peer review as a selection mechanism is hard to evaluate in=20
terms of its efficiency. Serious efforts to understand its strengths and=20
weaknesses have not yet lead to clear answers. In theory peer review works=
=20
if the involved parties (editors and referees) conform to a set of=20
requirements, such as love for high quality science, objectiveness, and=20
absence of biases, nepotism, friend and clique networks, selfishness, etc.=
=20
If these requirements are violated, what is the effect on the selection of=
=20
high quality work? We study this question with a simple agent based model.=
=20
In particular we are interested in the effects of rational referees, who=20
might not have any incentive to see high quality work other than their own=
=20
published or promoted. We find that a small fraction of incorrect (selfish=
=20
or rational) referees can drastically reduce the quality of the published=
=20
(accepted) scientific standard.

* [18] Peer-Review in a World with Rational Scientists: Toward Selection=20
of the Average, Stefan Thurner, Rudolf Hanel, DOI: SFI-WP 10-09-016, SFI=20
Working Papers

[18]
http://www.santafe.edu/research/working-papers/abstract/dc59aa3f002f8f6e9c4=
ee88b858dda5a/

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  Line graphs of weighted networks for overlapping communities , Eur. Phys.=
=20
J. B

Abstract: In this paper, we develop the idea to partition the edges of a=20
weighted graph in order to uncover overlapping communities of its nodes.=20
Our approach is based on the construction of different types of weighted=20
line graphs, i.e. graphs whose nodes are the links of the original graph,=
=20
that encapsulate differently the relations between the edges. Weighted=20
line graphs are argued to provide an alternative, valuable representation=
=20
of the system's topology, and are shown to have important applications in=
=20
community detection, as the usual node partition of a line graph naturally=
=20
leads to an edge partition of the original graph. This identification=20
allows us to use traditional partitioning methods in order to address the=
=20
long-standing problem of the detection of overlapping communities. We=20
apply it to the analysis of different social and geographical networks.

* [20] Line graphs of weighted networks for overlapping communities, T. S.=
=20
Evans and R. Lambiotte, 2010/09/13, DOI: 10.1140/epjb/e2010-00261-8, Eur.=
=20
Phys. J. B

[20] http://dx.doi.org/10.1140/epjb/e2010-00261-8

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  Adaptive network models of swarm dynamics , arXiv

Abstract: A simple adaptive network model describing recent swarming=20
experiments is introduced. By exploiting an analogy with human=20
decision-making models, its dynamics is captured using a low-dimensional=20
system of equations permitting analytical investigation. The model=20
reproduces several characteristic features of swarms, including:=20
spontaneous symmetry breaking, noise- and density-driven order-disorder=20
transitions that can be of first or second order, intermittency, and=20
metastable configurations displaying memory effects. By considering only=20
minimal components of the swarming dynamics, it highlights the essential=20
elements required to reproduce the observed behavior.

* [25] Adaptive network models of swarm dynamics, Cristi=E1n Huepe, Gerd
Zschaler, Anne-Ly Do, Thilo Gross, 2010/09/13, arXiv:1009.2349
[25] http://arXiv.org/abs/1009.2349

_________________________________________________________________

=2E Econophysics and Companies: Statistical Life and Death in Complex
Business Networks , Cambridge University Press

Summary:  Econophysics is an emerging interdisciplinary field that takes=20
advantage of the concepts and methods of statistical physics to analyse=20
economic phenomena. This book expands the explanatory scope of=20
econophysics to the real economy by using methods from statistical physics=
=20
to analyse the success and failure of companies. Using large data sets of=
=20
companies and income-earners in Japan and Europe, the authors show how=20
these methods allow us to analyse companies, from huge corporations to=20
small firms. They then show how successful this approach is in explaining=
=20
a wide range of recent findings relating to the dynamics of companies.

* [36] Econophysics and Companies: Statistical Life and Death in Complex
Business Networks, Hideaki Aoyama et al., 2010/09/15, Cambridge University=
=20
Press

http://www.amazon.com/dp/0521191491?tag=3Dcompldiges-20&camp=3D0&creative=
=3D0&linkCode=3Das1&creativeASIN=3D0521191491&adid=3D19V012D6KVD8T1SZSZWC&


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Local Citation Impact Environments of 9,162 Scientific Journals in 2009
<http://www.leydesdorff.net/jcr09/index.htm> 

One can click on any of the journal names below and obtain the Pajek file
corresponding to the citation impact environment ("cited") or the citation
activity environment ("citing") of the respective journal. 

	SCI and Social SCI combined, cited
<http://www.leydesdorff.net/jcr09/cited> 
	SCI and Social SCI combined, citing
<http://www.leydesdorff.net/jcr09/citing> 

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(with Lutz Bornmann), How fractional counting of citations affects the
Impact Factor: 
Normalization in terms of differences in citation potentials among fields of
science 
at <http://www.leydesdorff.net/weighted_if/weighted_if.pdf> 

Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology
(JASIST; in press)

The ISI-Impact Factors suffer from a number of drawbacks, among them the
statistics-why should one use the mean and not the median?-and the
incomparability among fields of science because of systematic differences in
citation behavior among fields. Can these drawbacks be counteracted by
counting citation weights fractionally instead of using whole numbers in the
numerators? (i) Fractional citation counts are normalized in terms of the
citing sources and thus would take into account differences in citation
behavior among fields of science. (ii) Differences in the resulting
distributions can be tested statistically for their significance at
different levels of aggregation. (iii) Fractional counting can be
generalized to any document set including journals or groups of journals,
and thus the significance of differences among both small and large sets can
be tested. A list of fractionally counted Impact Factors for 2008 is
available online at <http://www.leydesdorff.net/weighted_if/weighted_if.xls>
. The in-between group variance among the thirteen fields of science
identified in the U.S. Science and Engineering Indicators is not
statistically significant after this normalization. Although citation
behavior differs largely between disciplines, the reflection of these
differences in fractionally counted citation distributions could not be used
as a reliable instrument for the classification. 
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(with Ismael Rafols), Indicators of the Interdisciplinarity of Journals: 
Diversity, Centrality, and Citations
<http://www.leydesdorff.net/interdisc/interdisc.pdf> 

Journal of Informetrics (2011, forthcoming)

A citation-based indicator for interdisciplinarity has been missing hitherto
among the set of available journal indicators. In this study, we investigate
network indicators (betweenness centrality), journal indicators (Shannon
entropy, the Gini coefficient), and more recently proposed Rao-Stirling
measures for "interdisciplinarity." The latter index combines the statistics
of both citation distributions of journals (vector-based) and distances in
citation networks among journals (matrix-based). The effects of various
normalizations are specified and measured using the matrix of 8,207 journals
contained in the Journal Citation Reports of the (Social) Science Citation
Index 2008. Betweenness centrality in symmetrical (1-mode) cosine-normalized
networks provides an indicator outperforming betweenness in the asymmetrical
(2-mode) citation network. Among the vector-based indicators, Shannon
entropy performs better than the Gini coefficient, but is sensitive to size.
Science and Nature, for example, are indicated at the top of the list. The
new diversity measure provides reasonable results when (1 - cosine) is
assumed as a measure for the distance, but results using Euclidean distances
were difficult to interpret.

________________________________

Loet Leydesdorff 
Amsterdam School of Communications Research (ASCoR)
Kloveniersburgwal 48, 1012 CX Amsterdam.
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Vast quantities of data are generated daily in social media 
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Hi,

A research project I am part of used a questionnaire to gather 
ego-centric data (some details about ego, type and frequency of contact 
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The question I'm interested in (which is a little tangential to the main 
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compared, and whether such a comparison can usefully show that they may 
be considered as a single sample for other analyses or should be 
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I should be looking at? I'd be grateful for any pointers...

Thanks,

Matthew

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we have a paper on this issue:

Matzat, U. , & Snijders, C. (2010). "Does the Online Collection of Ego-Centered 
Network Data reduce Data Quality? An Experimental Comparison." in: Social 
Networks, 32, 2: 105-111. 

Best regards,
Uwe 

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Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2010 17:35:11 +0100
From: Matthew Vernon <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Comparing online vs offline responders to egocentric network questionnaire

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Hi,

A research project I am part of used a questionnaire to gather
ego-centric data (some details about ego, type and frequency of contact
with alters, and whether ego thought each pair of alters contacted each
other); this was administered both by post and online (and later via
facebook).

The question I'm interested in (which is a little tangential to the main
thrust of the study) is how these different sets of responders may be
compared, and whether such a comparison can usefully show that they may
be considered as a single sample for other analyses or should be
considered separately (reducing the sample sizes consequentially). Are
there some standard papers that have considered this sort of issue that
I should be looking at? I'd be grateful for any pointers...

Thanks,

Matthew

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The question I'm interested in (which is a little tangential to the main<br />
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Call for presentations and abstract submissions
GOR 2011, the General Online Research conference 
14-16 March, 2011

Deadline for abstract submissions: 15 November 2010 (Papers) and 31 January
2011 (Posters)
Submissions at http://conftool.gor.de/conftool11/index.php?page=login
Further information at http://www.gor.de/gor11/ 

Topics on Social Media Research, Market Research, Research Methodology, and
Surveys.

The German Society for Online Research (DGOF) invites participation in its
11th 
annual conference. The theme of this year's conference encourages the
submission of presentations on: 
 Online research methodology with a focus on data quality
 Applied market research with a focus on the advantages of the online mode
and best practice case studies
 Social Media Research and Civil Society (in cooperation with the AG Social
Media, http://ag-sm.de/)
The program committee invites presenters from the private sector, official
statistics, the government and academia. 
The quality is maintained by a double blind peer reviewing system. 

Sorry for crossposting.

We look forward to receiving your abstract submission. 
You can find the call for papers below  further information at
http://www.gor.de.

+++ CALL FOR PAPERS +++

CALL FOR PAPERS GOR, March 14-16, 2011
GENERAL ONLINE RESEARCH 2011 (GOR 11), http://www.gor.de 
Social Media Research, Market Research, and Research Methodology
March 14-16, 2011, Heinrich-Heine University of Dsseldorf, Germany
Since 1997 organized by the German Society for Online Research,
http://www.dgof.de 
Local Organizer: Heinrich-Heine University of Dsseldorf, Germany, Prof. Dr.
Heiner Barz 

Important Dates
1. Abstract submission for presentations of track 1, 2, 3, best practice,
complete sessions and workshops: November 15, 2010 
2. Preliminary program: available December 20, 2010
3. Early registration: until January 17, 2011
4. Abstract submission for posters and roundtables: January 31, 2011
5. Deadline for presentation upload and poster upload: March 01, 2011


This Years Focus and Conference Topics
Attendants of the General Online Research Conference (GOR) discuss the most
relevant research and case studies that show the changes that have occurred
in online research. Submissions are welcome about methods, instruments and
theories that deal with the collection of data via the Internet or the
effects of online applications and technologies on all levels of society. 
Since 1997 GOR is attended by scientists and professionals who want to stay
on top of new developments and best practices for their work in companies
and academia. The quality is maintained by a double blind peer reviewing
system. 
This years conference especially encourages submissions in: 
 Online research methodology with a focus on data quality
 Applied market research with a focus on the advantages of the online mode
and best practice case studies
In cooperation with the AG Social Media (http://ag-sm.de/) this years
conference focus is additionally on:
 Social Media Research and Civil Society 
The program committee invites presenters from the private sector, official
statistics, the government and academia. 


Submission Types
A more comprehensive list of possible topics is available from
http://www.gor.de.

1. Presentation on Online Research Methodology and Internet Surveys (Track
1)
Presentations advance the methodology of research, for example: quantitative
or qualitative approaches, online experiments, content analysis, panel
quality and panel research, survey design, data collection, coverage,
sampling, nonresponse, measurement, adjustment, and weighting, including
topics from personality research, voting behavior, etc.

2. Presentation on Applied Online Market Research (Track 2)
Presentations cover all types of applied market research, for example:
quantitative and qualitative approaches in online and mobile research.
Contributions which show how online methodology performs compared to
classical approaches in this field (regarding validity, and/or effectivity
and efficiency) are welcome. Please note that purely promotional
presentations will not be considered for the program.

3. Presentation on Social Media Research and Civil Society (Track 3)
Presentations cover all types of social media research, for example:
research on and via forums and bulletin boards, blogs and the blogosphere,
social networking platforms, microblogging, photo and video communities,
social gaming platforms and innovation communities. This contains the
discussion on methods (social media monitoring, hybrid media measurement,
social media metrics, ethnographical methods, visualizations etc.) as well
as theories (intellectual property, privacy, transparency, canon and
statutes of professional ethics). Applications and best practices are
welcome. Presentations can also advance the topic of social media and civil
society, for example: public opinion and social media, participation and the
deliberative democracy, social capital. 

4. Best Practice Presentation (including the Best Practice Award
competition)
These presentations will be part of track 2, applied online market research.
A strong focus on applied market research based on a real world case study
is mandatory. At least one of the authors (preferably the first author) must
be a member of a company other than a research agency. The abstract should
especially make clear what the results add to existing insights and
knowledge about the topic. 
All submissions in this category are considered for the Best Practice award.
This is a prize for the best paper from market research. The award ceremony
will take place during the GOR-party. Last year's winners: Dr. Martin
Einhorn, Dr. Michael Lffler and Dr. Thomas Klein Reesink, Dr. Ing. h.c. F.
Porsche AG ("Media usage patterns of premium customers in the USA, Japan and
Germany"). 

5. Posters and Late Breaking Research (including the Best Poster award
competition)
Posters offer the opportunity to present late breaking research, short
research findings or discuss work in progress. Posters are presented in a
plenary session. They can cover all topics of the GOR. Access to the poster
presentations will be possible during the whole conference. Students are
encouraged to submit their master and diploma thesis into this category.
All submissions in this category are considered for the Poster award. The
award ceremony will take place during the farewell plenary session. Last
year's winners: Barbara Stiglbauer, Manuela Gamsjger, Dr. Timo Gnambs,
Prof. Dr. Bernad Batinic, Prof. Dr. Herbert Altrichter, Johannes Kepler
University Linz ("Developing and Evaluating a Student Online Panel"). 

6. Other Contributions: Complete Sessions, Roundtables, Workshops
You are invited to suggest a complete session (1 hour = 3 presentations)
about a particular topic. Suggestions for complete sessions should be sent
to [log in to unmask] until Nov. 1, 2010. The program committee will
decide about the acceptance of the session and add accepted sessions to the
topic list. Once the new topic was added, abstracts of presentations
belonging to that session can be submitted. They will go through the regular
review process.
A roundtable provides researchers with the opportunity to discuss his or her
research question, the methodological approach, and the preliminary
findings, with other researchers being in the same situation. Suggestions
should be sent to [log in to unmask] until Jan. 31, 2011. The abstract
should describe the underlying research question, the method used, the way
the discussion will be organized and moderated. It should also outline the
open questions which are the basis for the discussion. 
You are invited to offer a workshop for the conference participants.
Suggestions should be sent to [log in to unmask] until Nov. 15, 2011. The
abstract should include the following information: Title, duration (either
2.5 or 5 hours), workshop fees, target groups, workshop language,
description of the content, goals, necessary prior knowledge of
participants, literature that participants need to read prior to
participation and/or recommended (additional) literature, information about
the instructor and the maximum number of participants.
Submission Format 


GOR is an English speaking international conference and all abstracts must
be submitted in English only. The program committee accepts abstracts
through the online submission system at
http://conftool.gor.de/conftool11/index.php?page=login.
The abstract length can be up to 350 words. All abstracts will be reviewed
according to the following criteria: the research question, the method and
data used, the summary of the results and what it adds to existing insight
and knowledge about the topic. 
Please use the following template for your abstract submission (one
paragraph for each criteria and include the keywords in the beginning of
each paragraph):
Relevance & Research Question: ---your text here---
Methods & Data: ---your text here---
Results: ---your text here---
Added Value: ---your text here---
Incomplete abstracts with respect to the formal criteria above will probably
be rejected. In case your research is still work in progress, and therefore
final empirical results are not available by the time of submission, you
will be asked to hand in your results later. In this case please declare in
the comments field during submission, when you will be able to update your
abstract. Please note that we cannot accept presentations unless final
results are available. Presentations in the tracks last 15 minutes followed
by 5 minutes of moderated discussion. Please consider a poster presentation
as your submission type for research in progress.


Review Process
All abstracts are scored in a double blind peer reviewing system by members
of the GOR international board according to the criteria mentioned in the
submission format. Most submissions receive feedback and comments from 3-4
reviewers each, together with the final decision of acceptance or rejection.
Chances of acceptance rise when all four criteria are addressed in the
abstract.


The program committee is in charge of the final decisions based on the
reviews. The committee members for GOR 2011 are:
 Dr. Monika Taddicken, DGOF Board and University of Hamburg (Program Chair)

 Prof. Dr. Heiner Barz, Heinrich-Heine University of Dsseldorf, Poster
Session
 Holger Geiler, DGOF Board and YouGovPsychonomics, Track 2, Best Practice
 Maren Heltsche, AG Social Media and Ausschnitt Medienbeobachtung, Track 3
 Dr. Lars Kaczmirek, DGOF Board and GESIS, Track 1
 Dr. Benedikt Khler, AG Social Media and ethority GmbH & Co. KG, Track 3
 Prof. Dr. Martin Kornmeier, Duale Hochschule Baden-Wrttemberg Mannheim,
Workshops
 Sabine Menzel, Henkel AG & Co. KGaA, Track 2, Best Practice
 Sren Scholz, Interrogare, Track 2, Best Practice
 Dr. des. Ulf Tranow, Heinrich-Heine University of Dsseldorf, Poster
Session
The list of members of the international board is available at
http://www.gor.de.


Contact Details
 Conference website, abstract submission, workshops etc.: http://www.gor.de

 Business activities, sponsoring and questions: [log in to unmask] 
 Program chair: [log in to unmask]


Sept. 29, 2010, Hamburg, 
Dr. Monika Taddicken (program chair)
on behalf of the program committee

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  SECOND CALL

Are you a qualitative social network researcher? Were you thinking of
participating in the INSNA conference in St Pete, Florida?

We are putting together sessions for the 2011 International Sunbelt Social
Network Conference, February 8- 13, 2011 on the use of qualitative 
methods in the research on social networks. This is an opportunity for 
you to increase your social networks, exchange ideas and knowledge and 
move the field further. We have had very successful sessions which were 
very well attended in 2007 in Corfu and 2008 in St Pete, Florida and in 
2009 San Diego and last year in Riva del Garda (which was like 
yesterday...and it was splendid :). We look to continue building a 
collaborative network of qualitative and mixed method researchers.

We are looking for manuscripts (abstracts are sufficient). The deadline for
submission for the conference is coming quickly October 1, 2010 so we 
need to
hear from you asap by *October 25, 2010 *so that we can organize the 
sessions.

Please send your abstracts and direct your questions to:
Silvia Dominguez s.dominguez@neu,edu
Betina Hollstein - [log in to unmask]

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Assistant Professor - on leave
Ford Foundation Fellow  2009-2010.
Sociology&  Human Services
Northeastern University
Holmes 525
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617-373-4989
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Correction, the deadline for abstract submission for Sunbelt is 10/29.  
The deadline for submission for qualitative sessions is 10/25.

Are you a qualitative social network researcher? Were you thinking of
participating in the INSNA conference in St Pete, Florida?

We are putting together sessions for the 2011 International Sunbelt Social
Network Conference, February 8- 13, 2011 on the use of qualitative 
methods in the research on social networks. This is an opportunity for 
you to increase your social networks, exchange ideas and knowledge and 
move the field further. We have had very successful sessions which were 
very well attended in 2007 in Corfu and 2008 in St Pete, Florida and in 
2009 San Diego and last year in Riva del Garda (which was like 
yesterday...and it was splendid :). We look to continue building a 
collaborative network of qualitative and mixed method researchers.

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Can any one direct me to examples of qualitative data displayed visually - =
especially qualitative data and events over a timeline.  I have qualitative=
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I'm a big fan of Edward Tufte - and I'm searching for more resources to hel=
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<p class=3DMsoNormal>Colleagues, do you know of an app or program that visu=
alizes
Facebook networks? The one I used in class last year is no longer available=
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Thanks for your help!<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal>Wayne Baker<o:p></o:p></p>

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Hi Wayne=2C

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Try using TouchGraph application. This application lets you visulaise your =
facebook network=2C slice it get top friends (not sure how it selects top f=
riends). The beauty is you would see all the nodes grouped with some sort o=
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<p class=3DMsoPlainText>Good Day,<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText>INSNA would like to announce a final call for =
workshops for
Sunbelt XXXI to be held 8 February 2011 to 13 February 2011 at the <span
class=3DSpellE>TradeWinds</span> Island Grand Resort in St. Pete Beach, =
FL, USA.
Organizers for the conference are Russ Bernard, Mark House, Chris =
McCarty, and
John Skvoretz.<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText>Our keynote speaker, Dr. Kathleen <span =
class=3DSpellE>Carley</span>,
will be presented with the association's Georg <span =
class=3DSpellE>Simmel</span>
Award and will give a keynote address on Thursday 10 February, the =
evening of
the traditional banquet.<span style=3D'mso-spacerun:yes'>&nbsp; =
</span>In addition,
last year's winner of the Linton C. Freeman Award for Outstanding Young
Scholar, <span class=3DSpellE>Arnout</span> van de <span =
class=3DSpellE>Rijt</span>
of SUNY Stony Brook, will give a plenary address.<span
style=3D'mso-spacerun:yes'>&nbsp; </span>Of course, there will be the =
famous INSNA
hospitality suite every evening Thursday through Saturday for after =
hours
discussion and exchange of ideas.<span style=3D'mso-spacerun:yes'>&nbsp; =
</span>For
more details visit our website: <a
href=3D"http://www.insna.org/sunbelt/index.html">http://www.insna.org/sun=
belt/index.html</a>.<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText>To submit a proposal for a workshop, you must =
log into
your INSNA account (<a =
href=3D"http://www.insna.org/member/login.html">http://www.insna.org/memb=
er/login.html</a>),
register for Sunbelt XXXI (<a =
href=3D"http://www.insna.org/sunbelt/">http://www.insna.org/sunbelt/</a>)=
,
and complete the Sunbelt Workshop Submission form (<a
href=3D"http://www.insna.org/sunbelt/31_subwk.html">http://www.insna.org/=
sunbelt/31_subwk.html</a>).<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText>Workshop submissions are due by 1 October 2010 =
at
11:59:59 EDT.<span style=3D'mso-spacerun:yes'>&nbsp; </span>No proposals =
can be
accepted after this date.<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText>You will receive a receipt of your submission by =
e-mail
so be sure to look for the receipts in your SPAM folder.<span
style=3D'mso-spacerun:yes'>&nbsp; </span>Check your Account Management - =
Sunbelt
Registrations &amp; Submissions section of the INSNA website for your
submission to be sure it was accepted by the website =
system.<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText>The Organizing Committee<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoPlainText>Russ Bernard, Mark House, Chris McCarty, and =
John
Skvoretz<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></p>

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