Sunbelt 2018
Poster Reception

The poster reception will be on Friday June 29 from 17:30 to 19:00 hrs. in the Aula.
pos01 Using the Hermitian Adjacency Matrix in Social Network Analysis: Diagonalization of the Adjacency Matrix of an Undirected Graph [More Info]
Keita Sugihara, Nanzan University, Japan
pos02 Fluid multiplicity: An actor-network theory approach to urban public space [More Info]
Jihyun Kim, Bartlett School of Planning, University Collegel London, United Kingdom
pos03 Non-Suicidal Self-Injury–Related Interests in Blogging Social Networks [More Info]
Dmitry Zinoviev, Suffolk University, United States
pos04 Who do you share your code with? Network analysis of students's collaboration in the blended learning course [More Info]
Alina Bakhitova, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia
pos05 Processes of Organizational Learning in Student Networks [More Info]
Joshua Dohmen, University of Koblenz-Landau, Institute for Pedagogy, Germany
pos06 Commercial Astroturfing in Social Networks [More Info]
Nadezhda Kostyakova, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia
pos07 Relational transitivity and the transferability of external social capital [More Info]
Seok Woo Kwon, University of Calgary, Canada
pos08 Examining Density and Reciprocity across Social Network Models [More Info]
Tracy Keenan Diel, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
pos09 This Is Not Working: How Clique Status Affect Tie Formation and Broker Outcomes [More Info]
Courtney Hart, University of Kentucky, United States
pos10 Professional trajectories in the field of fashion. Career dynamics and prestige [More Info]
Daria Maglevanaya, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia
pos11 Aspirations and local engagement in coastal adaptive co-management [More Info]
Jose Teodoro, University of Maryland (USA), United States
pos12 Social networks of educational change: relationships between teachers and school leaders [More Info]
Angela de Jong, Utrecht University / Oberon, Netherlands
pos13 Profiling information diffusion through online social networks based on wavelet transformation [More Info]
Tamara Shcheglova, International Laboratory for Applied Network Research, Russia
pos14 Imputation of missing data in a network-panel with up to 8 waves. [More Info]
Wolfgang Sodeur, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
pos15 The Co-Evolution of Loneliness, Friendship Networks and Social Appraisals [More Info]
Gerine Lodder, University of Groningen, ICS, department of sociology, Netherlands
pos16 How do “weights” affect clustering? [More Info]
Qinyun Lin, Michigan State University, United States
pos17 Heterosexual network structure and experiences of sexual discrimination among men who have sex with men in Seattle, Washington State [More Info]
Vania Wang, UC Santa Barbara Department of Geography, United States
pos19 Perceiving peers’ relationships: Modeling three-way social network data [More Info]
Jing Liu, University of Groningen, Netherlands
pos23 Organizational network analysis tools for HR management [More Info]
Lizaveta Charnenka, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia
pos24 Analysis of the current state of water-resource management in the UK using social network analysis and agent-based modelling: a case study in the Wear catchment, County Durham [More Info]
Victoria Smith, Department of Geography, Durham University, United Kingdom
pos25 A semantic network approach to how Greeks and Hungarians see themselves and others [More Info]
Nikos Fokas, MTA-ELTE Peripato Comparative Social Dynamics Research Group, Eotvos Lorand University, Hungary
pos27 Evaluating threshold models as prediction models [More Info]
Mor Atlas, Ben-Gurion University, Israel
pos28 Network analysis of June 2017 #irishmed tweetchat on Rare Disease [More Info]
Helen McAneney, Queen's University Belfast, United Kingdom
pos29 Innovation is not compulsory, but neither is survival: Diffusion of innovative teaching concepts within and outside an innovation network [More Info]
Elena Stasewitsch, TU Braunschweig, Germany
pos30 The Role of Social Networks and Self-Efficacy in the Retention of Teachers [More Info]
Christopher Cappelli, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
Meltem Alemdar, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
pos31 Parental Diabetes Status and the Risk of Incident Diabetes in Denmark [More Info]
Omar Silverman-Retana, Department of Public Health, Aarhus University,Danish Diabetes Academy, Odense, Denmark, Denmark
pos32 A brand associative network analysis of Setouchi Triennale: How does the art festival represent self-images and regional problems of the islands through “tourist gaze” ? [More Info]
Jun Kanamitsu, Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan
pos33 Peeking into the Blackbox: Peer Influence on Educational Trajectories [More Info]
Joachim Piepenburg, University of Cologne, Germany
pos34 A semantic network analysis and topic modeling of movie reviews: Focusing on Korean movie Market [More Info]
Seul Gi Kim, Sungkyunkwan university, Korea, South
pos35 A multilevel statistical toolkit to study animal social networks: Animal Network Toolkit (ANT) R package [More Info]
Sebastian Sosa, Sun Yat-Sen University, China
pos36 Influence of measurement errors: Estimating the sensitivity of centrality measures [More Info]
Christoph Martin, Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany
pos39 Caregivers’ Social Support From a Personal Network Approach “Longitudinal study of female and male caregivers’ health related quality of life and burden in Andalusia and the Basque Country (Spain): social networks, support and economic valuation (CUIDAR-SE II)” [More Info]
Rosario Fernández Peña, University of Cantabria, Spain
pos40 Large syringe-sharing injection networks of young persons who inject drugs [More Info]
Basmattee Booodram, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States
pos42 What are the Laws in Cyberspace? [More Info]
Aizhan Shorman, Ecole Normale Supérieure, France
pos43 Social Issue Framing Categorization and Network Performance [More Info]
Yiqi Li, University of Southern California, United States
pos44 Where do new board interlockings come from? [More Info]
Luciano Rossoni, Universidade do Grande Rio,Brazilian Institute of Social Research (IBEPES), Brazil
pos45 Networked Crisis Coping: Examining the Distribution of Information in a Network During and After a Crisis [More Info]
Staci Smith, Purdue University, United States
pos46 Using Disease Incidence to Uncover Network Structure [More Info]
Hannah Korevaar, Princeton University, United Kingdom
pos47 The Role of Informational Networks in Adapting Agricultural Systems [More Info]
Jessica Rudnick, University of California Davis, United States
pos48 Building Community Networks through Strategic Collaboration [More Info]
Tracey Rizzuto, Louisiana State University, United States
pos49 Structural influences on substance use within the support network of adults living in marginalized housing [More Info]
Verena Knerich, Department of Computing Science,Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Germany
pos51 The Duet of Persuasion and Social Influence in Decision Cascades [More Info]
Piotr Bródka, Wrocław University of Science and Technology, Poland
pos52 An Analysis of Russian Radical Right-Wing Online Networks [More Info]
Alexey A. Baryshev, Big Data Science and Society Problems Laboratory, Tomsk State University, Russia
pos53 Problem interdependencies in water systems and their effect on governance networks [More Info]
Johanna Hedlund, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Sweden
pos54 Social Capital as Predictor of Research Funding and Publication Output [More Info]
Luisa Barthauer, TU Braunschweig, Germany
pos55 Identification of social network patterns among Hungarian clinical pastoral care professionals [More Info]
Timea Tésenyi, Semmelweis University, Institut of Mental Health, Hungary
pos56 The Inclusion and Exclusion Mechanisms in the Process of Segregation - An applying ABM Model for Roma People Segregation in Hungary Fitted to Real Historical Data [More Info]
Pál Susánszky, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute for Political Science,MTA-ELTE-Peripato Comparative Social Dynamics Research Group, Hungary
pos59 Network Analysis of Players Transfers in eSports. The case of Dota 2 [More Info]
Ekaterina Marchenko, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia
pos60 A Qualitative Network Study to Inform and Optimize Interventions Aimed at Ending Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting in Senegal [More Info]
Amadou Moreau, Global Research and Advocacy Group (GRAG), Senegal
pos61 Understanding and Predicting Facebook Group Communication Network based on Three Privacy Setting using Social Network Analysis [More Info]
Jiyoung Ydun Kim, Aarhus University, Denmark
pos62 Characterizing access to network social resources and relationship to well-being among African-American men who have sex with men [More Info]
Danielle German, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States
Karin Tobin, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States
pos63 Network Structure of IT Market expertise: the Case of Stack Overflow [More Info]
Anastasiia Menshikova, National Research University Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg, Russia
pos66 The origin of teamwork: Antecedents of dyadic transactive memory systems and team creative performance [More Info]
Wookje Sung, Hong Kong Baptist University,University of Kentucky, United States
pos67 The role of practitioners’ support in engaging pre-service teachers in online learning community [More Info]
Enas Alwafi, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
pos68 SNA data collection through gamification: an example [More Info]
Aleksis Nokso-Koivisto, Smoothteam Oy, Finland
pos69 Sewing Seeds of Cultural Change: A Network Analytic Approach to Erasmus’ Adagia [More Info]
Aaron Fleisher, University of Florida, United States
pos70 The Influence of Personal Social Networks on Adolescent Lifestyle Behaviours and Risk of Obesity [More Info]
Jennifer Yu, INRS-Centre Armand Frappier, Canada
pos71 Using social network analysis to Understand Communication and Collaboration among the Actors of pro-poor Health Policies in Iran [More Info]
Hannaneh M. Kangarani, University of Hormozgan, Iran
pos72 “Mobilizing Moments”: Studying the Mobilization and Management of Help Within Ghanaian Personal Social Networks [More Info]
Lindsay Bayham, University of California-Berkeley, United States
pos73 Digital Democracy - Sentiment Analysis in a Polarized Multi-party Political Context [More Info]
Roberto Cruz Romero, PROSIC - Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica
pos74 Identifying HIV transmission networks using phylogenetic clustering analysis among young Black men who have sex with men [More Info]
Kayo Fujimoto, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, United States