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Mixed Methods Social Networks Research

Design and Applications

Silvia Hollstein, Betina Dominguez

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This volume demonstrates the potential of mixed-methods designs for researching social networks and the utilization of social networks for other research. Mixing methods applies to the combination and integration of qualitative and quantitative methods. In social network research, mixing methods also applies to the combination of structural and actor-oriented approaches.

Silvia Dominguez is an Associate Professor of Sociology and Human Services in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Northeastern University. Betina Hollstein is Professor of Microsociology and Empirical Social Research at the University of Bremen.

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Einband Taschenbuch
Herausgeber Silvia Domínguez, Betina Hollstein
Seitenzahl 406
Erscheinungsdatum 15.06.2018
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-107-63105-2
Verlag Cambridge University Press
Maße (L/B/H) 22.8/15.1/2.5 cm
Gewicht 586 g

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  • Part I. General Issues: 1. Mixed methods social network research: an introduction Betina Hollstein; 2. Social network research Peter J. Carrington; 3. Triangulation and validity of network data Andreas Wald; 4. A network analytical four-level concept for an interpretation of social interaction in terms of structure and agency Roger Haussling; Part II. Mixed Methods Applications: 5. Social networks, social influence, and fertility in Germany: challenges and benefits of applying a parallel mixed methods design Laura Bernardi, Sylvia Keim and Andreas Klarner; 6. Two sides of the same coin: the integration of personal network analysis with ethnographic and psychometric strategies in the study of acculturation Isidro Maya Jariego and Silvia Dominguez; 7. Adaptation to new legal procedures in rural China: integrating survey and ethnographic data Christine Avernius and Jeffrey C. Johnson; 8. Mixing ethnography and information technology data mining to visualize innovation networks in global networked organizations Julia Gluesing, Kenneth Riopelle and James A. Danowski; Part III. New Methodological Approaches Used in Mixed Methods Designs: 9. Fuzzy set analysis of network data as mixed method personal networks and the transition from school to work Betina Hollstein and Claudius Wagemann; 10. Reconstructing social networks through text analysis: from text networks to narrative actor networks Joan Miquel Verd and Carlos Lozares; 11. Give meaning to social networks: methodology for conducting and analyzing interviews based on personal network visualizations Jose Luis Molina, Isidro Maya Jariego and Christopher McCarty; 12. Simulating the social networks and interactions of poor immigrants Bruce Rogers and Cecilia Menjivar.