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SNA Survey Questionnaire
Dear Socnetters.
This is the last call for filling in our questionnaire. We have now reached 200 responses. Although this is the last recall, the survey will remain open, which means that while we will start analysing the data, it would still be possible for people to answer the questionnaire, and the data will be stored (and possibly subsequently implemented in the analysis). 
We have decided that we will keep the anonymity of respondents as high as possible, by avoiding circulating full names or maps where people may be easily recognisable (for example by indicating together the affiliation, the gender and the year of birth). This means that the analysis will be done mostly at an aggregate level, and that if we decide that it is worth publishing some names, we will contact the people to ask for permission first.  
We designed the following questionnaire to map the current structure of the field by identifying influential clusters, peer relationships, personal affiliations and helpful people. We aim to do this by asking questions about your general opinion about the field, together with more contextual information about your experience of the Sunbelt, or of any other network conference.
Therefore, even if you were not at the last sunbelt, we would still like to kindly ask you to dedicate few minutes of your time to fill in this brief questionnaires on your perception of the field of social network analysis, and your participation to it.

You can fill in the questionnaire electronically by simply answering the questions below and submitting it. The questionnaire link is also available on facebook (Elisa Belisa) and twitter (@INSNA2011 @SocNetAnalysts @uksna #insna #sunbelt13). Please spread it around to whoever you think may be interested in filling it.
For any further information please do not hesitate to contact us.
Thanks for your participation!
Elisa Bellotti, University of Manchester
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Vanina Torlo’, University of Greenwich
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Name

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Please indicate your name

 
Surname

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Please indicate your surname

 
Gender

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Please indicate your gender
Mark only one oval.

Male
 
Female
 
Year of birth

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Please indicate your year of birth, eg: 1976

 
Institutional affiliation

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4.	Which institution are you affiliated with? (Please provide the full name, eg: University of Manchester UK, Microsoft, and the like)

 
Institutional affiliation: type

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What kind of institution is it?
Mark only one oval.

Academic
 
Public Institution (eg. Government, Army)
 
Private Institution (eg. Firm)
 
Not for profit (eg. NGO, charity)
 
Other
 
Role

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What is your role/position/nature of contract?
Mark only one oval.

Undergraduate/Master student
 
Phd student
 
Post-doc/research assistant/research associate/research fellow/any other temporary research position
 
Permanent research position (without or with limited teaching duty)
 
Temporary lectureship
 
Permanent member of staff (any rank)
 
(For non-academic) Full time/Part time permanently employed 
 
Volunteer/any other non-paid position
 
Other 
 
Discipline

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Which is your discipline/area of interest?

 
Supervisors/committe chair

If you hold a phd, or are a phd student, who were/are your supervisors/committee chairs/tutors? Please indicate name and surname of all of them.

 
Influential people

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Thinking about the area of social network analysis in general, and your specific disciplinary affiliation, who would you consider being the most influential people in the field? These can be anyone who published in the area, regardless of the discipline. They could have advanced the field from a theoretical, a methodological, or an applicative point of view. You do not have to personally know them, and they do not have to be alive. Simply mention people whose work you find influential, useful or inspirational. Please provide up to 10 names, clearly indicating both name and surname.

 
Useful people

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Thinking about the people you have discussed SNA with, both for your studies, your research, your work, or even out of curiosity, who have been particularly influential, useful, inspirational for your personal experiences (excluding your phd supervisors, where applicable)? Think about possible mentors, people you met at previous conferences, instructors of method courses, or even simply people you have contacted via emails for advices. Please provide up to 10 names, clearly indicating both name and surname.

 
Social people

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Now thinking about the Sunbelt, or any other network conference you might have attended, who do you normally socialise (or have socialised) with outside the sessions? Think about people you would go for dinner with, have a coffee break, go for a drink, organise activities in your free time. Please provide up to 10 names, clearly indicating both name and surname.

 
Other people

Are there any other people in the field that you would like to mention? And if so, can you please indicate, next to their name, the reasons for the mentions and/or their relationship with you? Please provide up to 10 names (if applicable), clearly indicating both name and surname.








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