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Call for Papers - ASNA 2012

The goal at the 9th conference on Applications of Social Network
Analysis is to assess and discuss current developments in social network
research. As in previous years, ASNA 2012 will primarily provide an
interdisciplinary platform with a focus on applications of social
network analysis. However, submissions on theoretical and methodological
issues are also welcome. There are no limitations with respect to
scientific disciplines and research questions. ASNA 2012 will take place
in Zurich, Switzerland, September 4-7, 2012.

Submission and Presentation
ASNA 2012 accepts two different kinds of submission types. The two
formats differ with respect to submission criteria, presentation and
discussion time, and consideration for publication. Both types require
the submission of an extended abstract (700-1’000 words) by June 1, and
receive notice of acceptance by June 15, 2012. If you submit a full
paper (15-30 pages, double spaced) you will automatically be assigned a
full paper presentation. You will benefit from a longer presentation
time (20 min), discussion by a respondent (5 min) and an extended
timeslot for discussion in the panel (5 min), i.e. a total time of 30
minutes. Only full papers presented at the conference will be considered
for publication in the reviewed conference proceedings (Procedia –
Social and Behavioral Sciences, by Elsevier).

About ASNA
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Uwe Serdült, Dr. phil.

Centre for Research on Direct Democracy - c2d

Centre for Democracy Research Aarau at the
University of Zurich - ZDA
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