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Introduction to Network Analysis
Professor Vladimir Batagelj

IPSA-ABU Summer School for Social Science Research Methods
September 2-13, 2019

Antalya Bilim University | Antalya, Turkey
Deadline for Registration: July 20, 2019 
Early Bird Fee: $295 for students, $425 for non-students
Fee after June 15, 2019: $350 for students, $480 for non-students

Dear SOCNETers,

The International Political Science Association (IPSA) and the Political Science and International Relations Department at Antalya Bilim University (ABU) are jointly organizing the IPSA–ABU Summer School for Social Science Research Methods in Antalya (Turkey), taking place from September 2-13, 2019.

We would like to invite you or your students to take part in the Introduction to Network Analysis course with Professor Vladimir Batagelj.

The course aims to provide an introduction into the main topics and concepts of social network analysis. It focuses on the analysis and visualisation of complete networks. Participants will get an understanding of basic network analysis concepts like centrality, cohesion, blockmodeling. Special attention will be given to the analysis of large networks. After the course participants should be able to examine data in ’social networks way’ – they should be able to identify and formulate their own network analysis problems, solve them using network analysis software and interpret the obtained results.
The course is supported by Pajek – a program for analysis and visualisation of large networks.

The detailed course syllabus is attached.

On behalf of the IPSA-ABU Organizing Team

Best regards,
Alina V. Vladimirova

Research Committee on Political Power
International Political Science Association

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