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I have shown a clip of the genius problem from "Goodwill Hunting" which is a network problem.  I then use it to motivate definitions, matrix multiplication, and relational algebra.

Ian McCulloh

On Feb 13, 2012, at 4:12 PM, Brooke Foucault <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

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> I am putting together a curriculum for an undergraduate Social Network Analysis class, I wanted to poll the list to see if anyone had any great videos or images that they use in their classes. I'm less interested in "how-to" media (although those could certainly be helpful), and more interested in examples that could be used as discussion points - illustrating relevant concepts, fun networks that undergrads will relate to, interesting applications of network analysis, etc. 
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> I'm being intentionally vague because I'm hoping to cast a wide net and see what turns up. Thanks in advance for your suggestions - I'd be happy to collect suggestions and re-circulate to the list. 
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> Best, 
> Brooke
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> Brooke Foucault Welles
> Ph.D. Candidate
> Northwestern University
> Media, Technology and Society
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