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Researchers are now increasingly aware of the co-existence of positive and negative ties in networks and the need to study them together so as to get a more accurate portrait of the networks' contents and dynamics. We, therefore, extend an invitation to submit abstracts for a session on
“Negative Ties and Signed Graphs”
at the 1st North American Social Network Conference (NASN) of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA), July 26-30, 2017, Washington, D.C.
Giuseppe (Joe) Labianca, LINKS Network Analysis Center, University of Kentucky, [log in to unmask]
Patrick Doreian, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana and Department of Sociology, University of Pittsburgh
Alexandra Gerbasi, Centre for Leadership and Decision Making, University of Surrey
Nicholas Harrigan, School of Social Sciences, Singapore Management University
Giuseppe (Joe) Labianca, LINKS Network Analysis Center, University of Kentucky
Joshua Marineau, Department of Management & Marketing, North Dakota State University
Károly Takács, MTA TK “Lendület” Research Center for Educational and Network Studies (RECENS), Budapest
We encourage a wide range of submissions. Example works includes (but are not limited to): Methods and measures pertaining to negative ties and signed graphs; understanding how threats within a network create needs for allies, and the implications for nodal power; examining where bullying emerges in schools or organizations; how perception of negative ties poses unique challenges in organizational research; and how subgroup fault lines affect intra- and inter-group conflict.
Please submit your abstract within the submission window (February 14th to March 31, 2017). Please limit your abstract to 250-500 words.
During the submission process, please place a note referring to “Negative Ties and Signed Graphs” sessions.
The conference website (http://insna.org/nasn2017/) provides additional information.
We note that there is the opportunity for papers presented in this session to be submitted for review to the upcoming special issue of Social Networks journal on 'Negative and Signed Ties'. The call for papers can be found here: https://www.journals.els
We look forward to your submissions.