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Of possible interest to graduate students and newbies to social network analysis, there are still some seats available for the workshop I am giving at the upcoming Sunbelt Social Network conference in Utrecht later this month:


I am giving a workshop at the Sunbelt Social Network Conference in Utrecht, on June 26th, 2018, from 5:00pm to 8:00pm entitled:

Introduction to Social Network Data Collection with an Emphasis on Social Survey Methods.”

You can register for it at: https://sunbelt.sites.uu.nl/registration/


Here is a brief description of the workshop:

This workshop is intended for relative newcomers to social network analysis. The workshop will provide an introduction to social network data collection with an emphasis on social survey methods. The workshop will consider a variety of related methodological issues such as research design, measurement, sampling, data analysis, and ethics, as well as the linkage of these issues to data collection. Different types of data collection techniques will be illustrated such as the name generator, position generator, and name roster. The different opportunities and constraints associated with data collection for whole versus ego-networks will be considered. Some discussion of non-survey techniques may also be provided. Some attention may also be given to mixed methods.

David Tindall, Department of Sociology, University of British Columbia

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David Tindall
Professor
Department of Sociology, University of British Columbia

Chair
Environment and Society Minor, Faculty of Arts, University of British Columbia

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