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2nd Call…….

Hello qualitative and mixed method social network scholars,

Betina Hollstein and Silvia Dominguez will be once again organizing qualitative and mixed methods sessions at Sunbelt XXXIV in St Pete, February 18-23. We look forward to increasing access and visibility to qualitative and mixed method scholars and their work. Please send us abstracts (no more than 250 words) of qualitative and or mixed methods studies of social networks by December 5, 2013. This will give us time to organize before the 12/06 deadline. We look forward to seeing in beautiful St Pete. Time is short so please get abstracts to us asap. 

Please direct your abstracts and questions to: 
Silvia Dominguez [log in to unmask]
Betina Hollstein [log in to unmask]

Best

Silvia Dominguez, Phd

Chair – Elect Race and Ethnic Minorities ASA

Past - Chair of the Latino Section of ASA

Ford Fellow

Woodrow Wilson Fellow

Associate Professor

Sociology and Human Services

Northeastern University

Boston, MA 02115

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Mixed Methods Social Networks Research: Design and Applications. Getting Ahead: Social Mobility, Public Housing and Immigrant Networks,  

http://www.drsilviadominguez.com/

"Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity." MLK.


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Sunbelt XXXIV: Call for Abstracts
Deadline EXTENDED!  Friday, 6 December 5 pm ET

The Sunbelt XXXIV program committee is soliciting abstracts for paper presentations at the upcoming 2014 conference 18 Feb - 23 Feb in St Pete Beach, Florida, USA. We invite abstract submissions for posters (120 minute poster session) and oral presentations (20 minute talk) on topics relevant to social network analysis, including theory, methods, and applications of social network analysis. Please limit your abstracts to 250 words. If a series of papers are being submitted as a single panel or session, please indicate this fact with the name of the panel/session in the Comments section of the abstract submission website. Paper and poster presentations will begin on Wednesday (19 Feb) and end on Sunday (23 Feb). Presenting authors of accepted submissions must register for and present their work at the meeting. This stipulation applies to both oral and poster presentations. Each person may present only one paper at the conference.

To submit an abstract or register visit the conference website at www.sunbelt2014.org.

 

 

John Skvoretz, Professor of Sociology, AAAS Fellow

Carolina Distinguished Professor Emeritus

President, International Network for Social Network Analysis

Department of Sociology

University of South Florida

4202 E Fowler Ave, CPR 107

Tampa, FL USA 33620-5550

 

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