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Network Analysis: References and Programs

Programs

References

REFERENCES

Bearman, P. S. (1991, September). The social structure of suicide. In Sociological Forum (Vol. 6, No. 3, pp. 501-524). Kluwer Academic Publishers-Plenum Publishers.

Bearman, P. S., & Everett, K. D. (1993). The structure of social protest, 1961–1983. Social Networks15(2), 171-200.

Bearman, P. S., Moody, J., & Stovel, K. (2004). Chains of affection: The structure of adolescent romantic and sexual networks. American journal of sociology110(1), 44-91.

Borgatti, S. P., Mehra, A., Brass, D. J., & Labianca, G. (2009). Network analysis in the social sciences. Science323 (5916), 892-895.

Borgatti, Stephen P., Martin G. Everett, and Jeffrey C. Johnson. 2018. Analyzing Social Networks. London: Sage.

Cornwell, B., & Harrison, J. A. (2004). Union members and voluntary associations: Membership overlap as a case of organizational embeddednessAmerican Sociological Review69(6), 862-881.

Deutschmann, E., Delhey, J., Verbalyte, M., & Aplowski, A. (2018). The power of contact: Europe as a network of transnational attachment. European Journal of Political Research57(4), 963-988.

Hallinan, M. T., & Williams, R. A. (1989). Interracial friendship choices in secondary schools. American Sociological Review, 67-78.

Hawe, P., Webster, C., & Shiell, A. (2004). A glossary of terms for navigating the field of social network analysis. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health58(12), 971-975.

Kadushin, Charles. 2011. Understanding Social Networks: Theories, Concepts, and Findings: Oxford University Press, USA.

Lazer, D., Pentland, A. S., Adamic, L., Aral, S., Barabasi, A. L., Brewer, D., ... & Jebara, T. (2009).  Life in the network: the coming age of computational social science. Science (New York,    NY)323(5915), 721.

Perry, B. L., Pescosolido, B. A., & Borgatti, S. P. (2018). Egocentric network analysis: Foundations, methods, and models (Vol. 44). Cambridge university press.

Perry, B. L., Pescosolido, B. A., & Borgatti, S. P. (2018). Egocentric network analysis: Foundations, methods, and models (Vol. 44). Cambridge university press.

Resnick, M. D., Bearman, P. S., Blum, R. W., Bauman, K. E., Harris, K. M., Jones, J., ... & Ireland,    M. (1997). Protecting adolescents from harm: findings from the National Longitudinal Study     on Adolescent Health. Jama278(10), 823-832.

Scott, J. (1988). Social network analysis. Sociology22(1), 109-127.

Scott, J. (2017). Social network analysis. Sage.

Travers, J., & Milgram, S. (1977). An experimental study of the small world problem. In Social Networks (pp. 179-197). Academic Press.

Tumasjan, A., Sprenger, T. O., Sandner, P. G., & Welpe, I. M. (2010, May). Predicting elections with twitter: What 140 characters reveal about political sentiment. In Fourth international AAAI      conference on weblogs and social media.

Wasserman, S., & Faust, K. (1994). Social network analysis: Methods and applications (Vol. 8). Cambridge university press.

Wasserman, Stanley and Katherine Faust. 1994. Social Network Analysis: Methods and Applications. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

RESEARCH DESIGN AND ETHICS

Borgatti, S. P., & Halgin, D. S. (2011). On network theory. Organization science22(5), 1168-1181.

Klovdahl, A. S. (2005). Social Network Research and Human Subjects Protection: Towards More Effective Infectious Disease Control. Social Networks27(2), 119-137.

Perry, B. L., Pescosolido, B. A., & Borgatti, S. P. (2018). Egocentric Network Analysis: Foundations, Methods, and Models (Vol. 44). Cambridge university press. (page 65)

DATA AND DEFINITIONS

Hawe, P., Webster, C., & Shiell, A. (2004). A glossary of terms for navigating the field of social network analysis. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health58(12), 971-975.

Lazer, et al. 2009. "Computational Social Science." Science 323:721-723.

Marsden, P.V. 1990. “Network data and measurement.” Annual Review of Sociology 16:435-63

INTERVIEW

McKether, Willie, Julia Glusesing, Kenneth Riopelle. 2009. “From Interviews to Social Network Analysis: An Appraoch for Revealing Social Networks Embedded in Narrative Data.” Field Methods 21(2): 154-180.

Stein, C., H. Ernstson, and J. Barron. 2011. “A Social Network Approach to Analyzing Water Governance: The Case of Mkindo Catchment, Tanzania.” Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 36. 1085-1092.

SURVEY

Chin, Alvin, and Mark Chignell. 2007. “Identifying Communities in Blogs: Roles for Social Network Analysis and Survey Instruments.” International Journal of WebBased Communities 3(3) 345-363.

Kalmijn, Matthijs. 2003. “Shared Friendship Networks and the Life Course: an Analysis of Survey Data on Married and Cohabitating Couples.” Social Networks 25. 231-249.

MIXED METHODS

Baker-Doyle, Kira. 2015. “Stories in Networks and Networks in Stories: a Tri-modal Model for Mimxed-Methods Social Networks Research on Teachers.” Research and Method in Education. 38(1) 72-82.

Palinkas, Lawrence, Ian Holloway, Eric Rice, Dahlia Fuentes, Qiabing Wu, and Patricia Chamberlain. 2011. “Social Network and Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices in Public Youth-Serving Systems: A Mixed-Methods Study.” Implementation Science. 6(113).

Rice, Eric, Ian Holloway, Anamika Barman-Adhikari, Dahlia Fuentes, C. Hendricks Brown, and Lawrence Palinkas. 2014. “A Mixed Methods Approach to Data Collection.” Field Methods 26(3) 252-268.

Williams, Trenton, and Dean Shepherd. 2017. “Mixed Methods Social Network Analysis Combining Inductive Concept Development, Content Analysis, and Secondary Data for Quantitative Analysis.” Organizational Research Methods 20(2) 268-298.

SCALE UP METHOD

Epi Alert. 2010. “Network Scale- up:  A Promising Method for National Estimates of the Sizes of Populations at Higher Risk”. http://files.unaids.org/en/media/unaids/contentassets/ documents/epidemiology/2010/JC2032_20102_epialert_en.pdf

Habecker, Patrick, Kirk Dombrowski, Bilal Khan. 2015. “Improving the Network Scale-Up Estimator: Incorporating Sums of Ratios, Sampling Weights, and Recursive Back Estimation.” PLoS ONE 10(12): e0143406. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0143406.

HARD TO REACH AND HIDDEN POPULATIONS

Dombrowski, Kirk, Patrick Habecker, G. Robin Gauthier, Bilal Khan, Joshua Moses. 2016. “Relocation Redux: Labrador Inuit Population Movements and Inequalities in the Land Claims Era.” Current Anthropology 57(6):785-805. DOI: 10 1086/689210

Dombrowski, Kirk, Bilal Khan, Patrick Habecker, Holly Hagan, Sam Friedman, Mohamed Saad. 2016. “The Interaction of Risk Network Structures and Virus Natural History in the non-Spreading of HIV among People Who Inject Drugs in the Early Stages of the Epidemic.” AIDS and Behavior: 1-12. DOI:10.1007/s10461-016-1568-6

Dombrowski, Kirk, Kelley Sittner, Devan Crawford, Melissa Welch-Lazoritz, Patrick Habecker, and Bilal Khan. 2016. “Network Approaches to Substance Use and HIV/Hepatitis C Risk among Homeless Youth and Adult Women in the United States: A Review.” Health 8(12):1143-1165.

Welch-Lazoritz, Melissa, Patrick Habecker, Kirk Dombrowski, Angelica Rivera Villegas, Carmen Ana Davila. 2017. “Differential Outcomes for People Who Inject Drugs Associated with Lack of Access to Syringe Exchange in Rural Areas.” International Journal of Drug Policy 43:16-22.