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Submissions are invited for the Network Analysis of Digital and Social Media Minitrack at the Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences (HICSS). Come spend your early January attending great international systems conference with highly visible published proceedings, at a spectacular location on Maui, Hawaii.
HICSS 53 is the 10th consecutive year that we'll be offering a Network Analysis specific minitrack, and the mix of papers and session conversation has always been outstanding. We look forward to another year of great submissions from the network analysis community.
Call For Papers: NETWORK ANALYSIS OF DIGITAL AND SOCIAL MEDIA
53rd HAWAII INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SYSTEM SCIENCES (HICSS)
Minitrack: Network Analysis of Digital and Social Media
Track: Digital and Social Media
Conference: JANUARY 7-10, 2020
Grand Wailea, Maui, Hawaii
Papers due by June 15, 2019 (11:59 PM, Hawaii Time, author instructions here)
MINITRACK: NETWORK ANALYSIS OF DIGITAL AND SOCIAL MEDIA
Network science focuses on the structure of systems and how the components of a system come together, expressed as patterns or regularities in relationships among interacting units. Network analysis reveals the underlying structure and the dynamic interactions among system components. Network science and the development of digital and social media have co-evolved as catalysts of each otherís advancement, and the increased use of social and digital media provides scientists with a wealth of precise and novel data.
We welcome submissions that represent insightful ways that network analysis can be used to better understand social and digital media. Both methodologically and theoretically driven papers are encouraged, as well as empirical research (e.g. telecommunication, health, website specific, international, organizational, etc.) that push the boundaries of network science as applied to social and digital media. Forward-thinking and boundary-spanning forms of research including, but not limited to, the study of multi-level, localized and ego-centric networks are welcome.
List of topics, as related to Digital and/or Social Media:
Theories of Social Networks
Models of Social Networks
Longitudinal Network Analysis
Visualization of Social Networks
Two-mode / Affiliation / Bi-partite Networks
Determining Network Structure and Processes
Self-organizing and Decentralized Networks
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