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Many of areas, in which social network techniques have been these areas are reviewed in the forthcoming Sage Hand- applied is the study of intercorporate power relations book of Social Network Analysis Carrington and Scott through the investigation of interlocking directorships. One of the principal areas in which social network analysis has been applied is in the investigation of corpo- rate power and interlocking directorships.

A number of 3 Enter the physicists early studies by writers such as Sweezy had adopted ad hoc techniques for drawing network diagrams of board- Perhaps the most striking development within network level connections and had tentatively adopted the language analysis has been the growth of interest apparent among of webs and networks, especially in relation to the for- physicists in applying network ideas to social phenomena.

During the s and s these sug- In , Duncan Watts and Steven Strogatz published a gestions were furthered in a series of studies undertaken by paper Watts and Strogatz that revisited some of the network analysts in the United States and then in Europe, ideas on random networks that had grown out of Stanley Australia, and Japan. Bearden et al. Unfortu- associated with particular banks and their directors in nately, these physicists have ignored or have been unaware social space, using techniques of multidimensional scaling.

Public awareness of the implications of net- investigation Stokman et al. This was extended into work analysis for investigating the social world has been a comparative investigation of intercorporate shareholding strongly influenced by the proselytising activities of the networks Scott and led to numerous studies in a physicists, and their work is frequently lauded as both variety of societies see the review in Scott This area In the s, a group of analysts have been reluctant to engage with the work of the anthropologists associated with the developments in net- physicists.

Indeed, a network analysis of citation patterns work analysis at Manchester University began a series of sows an almost complete separation of the two groups. Watts has converted 24 J. Nevertheless, work by In so-called agent-based computational models, agents physicists has outlined areas of investigation that were whether individuals or groups are seen as rule-following underemphasised in prior social network analysis and a entities whose decisions to act in one way or another are rapprochement will be fruitful to both sides.

Much sociological work has been static or con- The pursuit of explanations of change over time has cerned simply with a sequence of static cross-sections of been furthered by the development of a number of longi- networks, but the methods of the physicists promise ways tudinal methods that have drawn on agent-based compu- of moving forward to properly dynamic studies of network tational models see Monge and Contractor Tom transformation and the explanation of network processes.

Snijders Snijders and van Duijn ; Snijders , has developed an approach that sees the incremental adjustment of individual action to the changing network 4 Areas of advance structure, resulting in a continuous—but often non-linear— process of network development.

These are the use of statistical significance tests, their choices and the changes that have resulted from their the development of models of longitudinal change, the actions.

Networks evolve through the continual iteration of exploration of new methods of visualisation, and explora- actions, and small, incremental changes can accumulate to tions into the cultural context of social network models.

Current work in this area is tistical measures of probability and significance to test making important connections with the early work of hypotheses about network structure, it is only recently that Wasserman Wasserman and his exponential random significant advances have been made in this area. Standard graph models. For this reason, novel statistical sociograms.

Once networks reach a size greater than a techniques have been required, the most important work handful of points, however, it became difficult to draw having been the work of Stanley Wasserman and his col- accurate and legible sociograms.

The desire to recapture leagues Wasserman and Pattison ; Pattison and the simple visual impact of the sociogram has motivated Wasserman ; Robins et al. Multidimensional scaling emerged as one of the els—define a probability distribution on the set of all net- earliest attempts to overcome the jumble of criss-crossing works that can be constructed on a given set of points using lines and to display points according to their relative dis- specific parameter vectors.

Randomly generated graphs tance in social space. Implementations of this approach are vary along the full range from completely unconnected to now available in the major software packages, and such completely connected, and log odds ratios of the proba- techniques as multiple correspondence analysis are also bilities are used to produce Monte Carlo estimations that now beginning to become available.

Freeman and others, make possible a comparison of an actual network with the however, have been exploring alternative bases for visu- set of logically possible graphs in order to assess the alisation, including those that are able to prevent moving likelihood of its occurrence by chance alone.

The SAGE Handbook of Social Network Analysis

As well as its descriptive focus, much social network Theoretical work has long been underdeveloped in analysis has also concentrated on the static features of social network analysis.

While the methods themselves do social networks. This has also begun to change in recent not require or imply any particular sociological theory, years as more attention has been given to the dynamic they do require theoretical contextualisation in wider processes involved in changes over time. A key advance in debates. The most important recent theoretical arguments this direction has come from the use of models that depict have been those that have taken up the work of White the ways in which the behaviour of individual agents on issues of culture, identity, and agency.

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Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London The potential of data mining techniques for the analysis of Burt RS Towards a structural theory of action. Academic available data sources is beginning to be recognised across Press, New York the social sciences see Savage and Burrows , and the Burt RS Brokerage and closure: an introduction to social formation of this journal and of Advances in Social Net- capital.

Sage, London potential for the field of social network analysis. The new Carrington PJ, Scott J, Wasserman S et al eds Models and techniques of network analysis are most appropriate for methods in social network analysis.

Tavistock, been possible to investigate using conventional social London network analytic techniques.

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Manchester advances in methodology and substantive knowledge. It is important, however, that the use of these techniques Manchester University Press, Manchester does not lead to a reversion to purely descriptive work.

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The opportunity should be taken Granovetter M Getting a job. Harvard University Press, for interdisciplinary cooperation in which those with a Cambridge substantive knowledge of a particular field are able to Harary F, Norman RZ Graph theory as a mathematical model cooperate productively with technical specialists to pro- in social science. Van Gennep, duce those powerful analytical and explanatory studies that Amsterdam can further the agenda of social network analysis in the Homans G The human group.

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