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Please consider submitting your abstract to our organized session on using
network visualization and feedback for social change interventions with
individuals, communities, or populations.

See call below:

Network visualization for social change: Empowering social capital
development through network feedback interventions

*Kate Eddens, Jesse Fagan, David Kennedy, Gaia Marcus*

Seeing your own networks is very powerful; being able to visualise your own
personal and community connections, and feel like you can change them, has
a very profound impact on people's lives. This session will offer a forum
for presentations that focus on using network visualization tools and
feedback to empower people to improve individual social support and
resources or for populations to improve social capital. Research or
intervention programs using one-on-one network visualization feedback for
social and community change or social capital development are welcome.

Please submit your abstract via the INSNA website conference abstract
submission link: http://insna.org/sunbelt2015 and select "Network
visualization for social change: Empowering social capital development
through network feedback interventions" for the *sessions* field.

Session organizers:

Kate Eddens, PhD, PH; Assistant Professor, University of Kentucky College
of Public Health

Jesse Fagan, MA, doctoral student in Management, University of Kentucky
Gatton College of Business and Economics

David Kennedy, Senior Behavioral and Social Scientist at RAND; Professor,
Pardee RAND Graduate School

Gaia Marcus, Social Mirror App; Centrepoint
Kate
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Kate Eddens, PhD, MPH
Assistant Professor, Department of Health Behavior
College of Public Health, University of Kentucky
352 Bowman Hall, 151 Washington Avenue
Lexington, KY 40506-0059
P: 859-218-0111
F: 859-323-2933
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