Bases socio-metodológicas para el Análisis de Redes Sociales, ARS

Colina, Carlos Lozares
July 2005
EMPIRIA: Revista de Metodología de Ciencias Sociales;2005, Vol. 10, p9
Academic Journal
This paper contains a series of sociological and methodological reflections on the ARS that goes beyond the analysis of data, as there was usual until now. These reflections try to derive the methodological orientations, first of all, by deepening in what constitutes the source of social pertinence and in the conditions of production of Social Networks (for instance, social interaction, social environment and processes); and secondly, by framing the social networks in the social contexts and social fields. This paper also aims to offer some criteria of classification of social networks based on the nature of the interactions, relations, contexts and fields.


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