Glasgow, United Kingdom

Social Network Analysis

online course
when 22 August 2022 - 26 August 2022
language English
duration 1 week
fee GBP 200

This workshop examines the theoretical and statistical analysis of social networks from an interdisciplinary perspective. Participants learn about the nature, structures, and dynamics of social networks that are relevant to fields such as management, public health, sociology, politics, psychology, economics, and anthropology. The workshop covers the ontology of networks, major theoretical approaches, common research designs, descriptive statistics, and a variety of techniques for statistical inference. The workshop, conducted virtually over Zoom, includes didactic sessions, hands-on computer exercises, and individualized projects by participants. The principal goal of workshop is for participants to learn to conduct their own empirical research on social networks on a variety of topics.

Course leader

Dr Michael Heaney

Target group

Postgraduate and Phd-students, as well as postdoctoral researchers.

Course aim

The course provides and in-depth introduction to the theoretical foundation and (practical) statistical analysis of social networks.

Fee info

GBP 200: (For registration and payment, please contact: