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Marten,

 I am working with celebs photos to create their social network. you can read more about it in.

Ravid, G. & Currid, E. (2010) Celebrities as Category and Group: An Empirical Network Analysis of an Elite Population. Sunbelt XXX, Riva Del Garrda, Italy
Currid-Halkett, E. & Ravid, G. (2013) 'Stars' and the connectivity of cultural industry world cities: an empirical social network analysis of human capital mobility and its implications for economic development, Enviroment and Planning A . 44(11)  2646-2663
Ravid, G. & Currid-Halkett, E.  (2013) The social structure of celebrity: an empirical network analysis of an elite population. Celebrity Studies


please don't hesitate to further discuss it,

Gilad




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On 13/08/13 15:12, Marten Düring wrote:
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Dear all,

I would be glad if you could point me to any work that has used photographs as data sources for social network analyses.

For starters, the following concepts come to mind:
- A photo taken of participants in an event as a data source for a bipartite network (actors/event/time etc.)

- Co-occurrences of actors/objects in several photos representing a tie between them / the photos


Best,

Marten

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