Social Network Research part 2

Social network – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Social network analysis (related to network theory) has emerged as a key Social network theory views social relationships in terms of nodes and ties. – 49k – Mar 15, 2007 – CachedSimilar pages

List of social networking websites – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of notable social networking websites. May 2006. ^ ClickZ article, Alloy Buys High School Social Networking Site. – 58k – CachedSimilar pages
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Social Network Analysis

A brief introduction to to the key concepts of social and organizational network analysis. – 17k – CachedSimilar pages

Friendster – Home

Friendster is a leading global social network emphasizing genuine friendships and the discovery of new people through friends. Search for old friends and – 40k – Mar 15, 2007 – CachedSimilar pages

Social Network Analysis

Social network analysis involves the mapping and measuring of these normally There’s a long-standing connection between social network analysis and – 22k – CachedSimilar pages

The Buzz Report: Five reasons social networking doesn’t work

Molly Wood The word on the street lately is that social networking is in trouble. i have just read this article that says Social Networking is less – 59k – CachedSimilar pages

International Network for Social Network Analysis

Professional association for researchers interested in social network analysis. – 14k – CachedSimilar pages

social networking – Mashable! – The Social Networking Blog

Social Media Optimization (SMO) is the term the SEO firms gave to social marketing through Digg, Slashdot and social networks, but do we really need another – 29k – CachedSimilar pages

social network‘ in TagJag!

Pressing this icon will lead you to an OPML document, which can be imported directly into your news aggregator for continual tracking of “‘social network‘” – 8k – CachedSimilar pages

Introduction to Social Network Methods: Table of Contents

This on-line textbook introduces many of the basics of formal approaches to the analysis of social networks. The text relies heavily on the work of Freeman, – 5k – CachedSimilar pages