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 **IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT**

 

The 2020 AUSTRALIAN SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS CONFERENCE will be entirely on-line, with reduced fees.

See new details on conference website: https://www.ansna.org.au/asnac2020-about

 

 

 

EXTENSION ON CALL FOR ABSTRACTS for 5th ANNUAL AUSTRALIAN SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS CONFERENCE (ASNAC): 15th September 2020

 

 

ONLINE WORKSHOP AND CONFERENCE DATE: 25-27 NOVEMBER 2020

 

 

 

LOCAL CONFERENCE ORGANISERS: Dr Kirsten Martinus (University of Western Australia), Dr Roberto Musotto (Edith Cowan University), Dr Jordan Tchilingirian (University of Western Australia)

 

 

This conference marks the fifth national meeting in Australia for social network analysis researchers and practitioners, and is organised by members of the Australian Network for Social Network Analysis (ANSNA).  ANSNA aims to build greater coordination and collaboration among social network researchers and practitioners in Australia and overseas, raising the profile of Australian social network research. The conference will be held in 25th-27th November 2020 hosted by the University of Western Australia. 

The conference will be held on the 26th and 27th of November, with a series of exciting on-line workshops run on the 25th November (https://www.ansna.org.au/preconference-workshops).

Key note speakers will be: Emmanuel Lazega is Professor of Sociology at the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po); and, Lucia Falzon is a Senior Fellow of the Defence Science and Technology (DST) Group in the Australian Department of Defence.

 

We understand the uncertainty during COVID-19, and so have decided to host an entirely virtual meeting. We encourage submissions on any topic to which the theory, method or application of SNA is applied. The session topics would include, but are not limited to:

  1. Crime networks;
  2. Networks and organisations;
  3. Health;
  4. Social media;
  5. Social enterprise;
  6. Governance;
  7. Network methods;
  8. Networks in policy and politics;
  9. Cultural networks;
  10. Urban and city networks and
  11. Narrative analysis.

 

The conference will be held on the 26th and 27th of November, with a series of exciting on-line workshops run on the 25th (https://www.ansna.org.au/preconference-workshops). We invite interested authors to submit your abstracts of no more than 300 words by 15th September 2020 by email to: ASNAC2020@uwa.edu.au . The ASNAC 2020 Organising Committee for the conference will evaluate the submissions and the results will be emailed by 30 September 2020.

 

There will be an award for the best PhD poster. To apply, PhD students must submit an abstract of no more than 1-page which relates to a poster they will present at the conference.

 

Questions can be directed to conference organisers via email: ASNAC2020@uwa.edu.au

 

For more information, visit: https://www.ansna.org.au/asnac2020-call-for-papers

 

 

Dr Kirsten Martinus

Senior Lecturer

Department of Geography and Planning • Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Education • M257, Perth WA 6009 Australia

+61 8 6488 7476  •  +61 431 435 602  •  kirsten.martinus@uwa.edu.au

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