Network theoryInterdisciplinary applicationsOnline networksCorporate networksLobbying networksDeviant networksMeasuring devicesKey MethodologiesSoftware applications. The result is a peerless resource for teachers and students which offers a critical survey of the origins, basic issues and major debates. The Handbook provides a one-stop guide that will be used by readers for decades to come.
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
Number of pages: 640
Weight: 1000 g
Dimensions: 246 x 184 x 41 mm
Frans N. Stokman
Professor of Social Science Research Methodology, ICS, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
There is something for everyone in The SAGE Handbook of Social Network Analysis. Whether you are brand new to the field or a seasoned expert, interested in the theoretical underpinnings of network analysis or the methodological nuts and bolts associated with analyzing the evolution of an affiliation network over time, this book is a must have
Michael Schwartz, Chair, Department of Sociology
Stony Brook University, USA
An outstanding volume that brings together contributions from the world's leading experts on social network analysis. Methods, theory and substantive applications are presented in a clear exposition making this the most comprehensive text available in this rapidly expanding and changing field. For anyone with any interest in social networks this is quite simply a "must have" book
Martin Everett, Professor of Social Network Analysis,
Manchester University, UK
The editors have chosen recognized specialists for each subject treated in the Handbook, and there are many subjects treated... The Handbook provides well-founded introductions and overviews for this broad range of social network studies, approaches, and methodology. It is a necessary acquisition for anybody intererested in the way social network relations evolve, are structured and affect outcomes in all parts of our life and society.
Bulletin of Sociological Methodology
The Scott and Carrington handbook is brimful with the most influential analysts in the field, including Freeman, Borgatti, White, Faust, and Marsden, to name only a few. The book has exceptionally good organisation, meant to comprehensively cover both theory and method ... [so] novice and experienced analysts have the essential tools for conducting any type of qualitative of quantitative study using social network methodology. Particularly welcome are chapters that include a wide range of subjects studied with SNA, including some that are especially timely, such as the more controversial examination of social physics.
L. L. Hansen
Western New England University
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