Network Analysis: Theory and Methods (Bloomington, IN)

Instructor(s):

This workshop covers the theory and methods of network analysis. Unlike the Summer Program's other introductory workshops on social network analysis, this course covers not only methodology, but also theoretical concerns and substantive backgrounds of network studies. It is designed for students, faculty, and other researchers in the social and behavioral sciences who are interested in learning how to translate theoretical conceptualizations of networks into empirical practice. Morning and afternoon sessions are coordinated so that each day presents theoretical, historical and substantive developments in the field with parallel issues and examples in data and analytic techniques. Workshop participants apply those techniques in late afternoon, computer lab sessions.

Fee: Members = $1500; Non-members = $3000

Tags: networks, network analysis

Course Sections

Found a problem? Use our Report Problem form to let us know.