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NetGloW’20 ‘Structures in Contexts. Understanding Relations in European Societies and beyond’

89846548 2850336005033376 8297633179557167104 oDas Thema der fünften NetGloW Konferenz, die für den 7.-9. Juli 2020 geplant ist, lautet ‚Structures in Contexts. Understanding Relations in European Societies and beyond’. Das Ziel ist es, verschiedene Typen von Netzwerken – personelle, symbolische, materielle Objekte, organisatorische, städtische, regionale oder staatliche Netzwerke – in ihren situationsbezogenen, kulturellen, historischen, institutionellen, zeitlichen, räumlichen und professionellen Kontexten zu diskutieren.

Folgende Sessions sind geplant:

  • Networks and Culture;
  • Semantic and Socio-Semantic Networks;
  • (Socio-)Material Network Analysis: Relating Social Structure, Practices, and Physical Contexts;
  • Statistical Network Modelling;
  • Qualitative Network Analysis;
  • Technology and Innovation Networks;
  • Making Sense of Big Network Data: Testing Hypotheses on New Data;
  • Social Media Networks;
  • Networks in Art: Practice and Structure, Meanings and Interactions;
  • Networked City: The Multiplicity of Urban Links and Nodes;
  • Social Movements and Collective Action as Network Phenomena;
  • Network Analysis of Political and Policy-Making Domains;
  • Gender and Social Networks;
  • Literary Creation as a Product of Intellectual and Scientific Networks: Permeable Frontiers and Variable Nodes in European 19th Century;
  • Scientific Networks: Understanding Various Research Fields;
  • Games, Communities, and Networks;
  • Networks in Education;
  • Professional and Digital Networks of Post-Soviet Migrants: From Local Embeddedness to Global Connectedness;
  • Innovations in Social Network-Based Interventions;
  • Students and Networks;
  • A Critical Look on Globa-Net-Lization of Economic, Social, and Political Context.

Informationen zu den Sessions sowie die Abstracts finden sich hier.

Es sollen folgende Keynote Speeches und Gastvorträge stattfinden:

  • ‘The Importance of Social Context surrounding Network Connections: Philos vs Simmelian Ties in Social Systems’ by David Krackhardt, Carnegie Mellon University;
  • ‘Conflict and Revolt in the Name of Unity: Florentine Factions in the Consulte e Pratiche on the Cusp of the Ciompi Revolt’ by John Padgett, University of Chicago;
  • ‘Networks in Context: Meanings, Methods and Purposes’ by Nick Crossley, University of Manchester;
  • ‘A Multilevel Network Approach to Institutional Entrepreneurship: The Case of French Public Private Partnerships’ by Peng Wang, Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne;
  • ‘Identities, Relations, and Culture in Digital Humanities and Computational Social Science’ by Jan Fuhse, University of Bremen;
  • ‘Fragmentation of the Twittersphere Surrounding the 2019 European Elections’ by Camille Roth, Sciences Po, Paris and Centre Marc Bloch;
  • ‘Networks on the Walls: Analyzing “Traces” of Institutional Logics in Museums’ Permanent Exhibitions’ by Frédéric Godart, HEC Paris;
  • ‘Mixed Methods in Personal Networks. Structure, Conditions, and Trajectories in Two Criminal Case Studies’ by Elisa Bellotti, University of Manchester;
  • ‘Modeling the Co-Evolution of Relational Events and Longitudinal Panel Data’ by Christoph Stadtfeld, ETH Zürich;
  • ‘Methodological Approaches for Socially Produced Knowledge’ by Johan Koskinen, University of Melbourne.

Mehr über die NetGloW’20-Konferenz sowie die Keynote Speeches und Gastvorträge finden sich hier.

Eine Auswahl von Konferenzbeiträgen und Forschungsberichten wurde im Rahmen der ‚Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems’ im Springer-Verlag veröffentlicht.

Im Kontext der NetGloW’20-Konferenz sind folgende Software-Workshops geplant:

  • ‘Multilevel ERGM Analysis with MPNet’ by Peng Wang, Swinburne University of Technology;
  • ‘Network Visualization Tools’ by Camille Roth, Humboldt University Berlin;
  • ‘Network Clustering and Blockmodeling’ by Vladimir Batagelj, University of Ljubljana, Higher School of Economics, University of Primorska, Anuška Ferligoj, University of Ljubljana, Higher School of Economics and Patrick Doreian, University of Ljubljana, University of Pittsburgh;
  • ‘Semantic Network Analysis with Automap and ORA’ by Artem Antonyuk, St Petersburg University.

Weitere Informationen über die nächste Konferenz finden sich auf der NetGloW’20-Konferenzhomepage.