Tag Archives: social network analysis

AR; Agenda setting revisited

_ A fresh article by Sharon Meraz studies the agenda-setting power of “elite traditional media” (more specifically, the New York Times and the Washington Post) on the blogosphere, through various issues, and distinguishing between right-leaning, moderate and left-leaning independent blogs. … Continue reading

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QMSS workshop, Amsterdam

I had the chance to participate at the ESF-sponsored “Quantitative Methods in Social Sciences – 2” workshop in Amsterdam, on the 18th and 19th of December. Simply put, it was great. Seeing that I’m quite a newcomer to the field … Continue reading

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Considerably more experienced

These last months of the year are turning out to be quite busy, even if not much of all the commotion is visible around here. I made my debut in the world of conferences at the Experience 2008 – which … Continue reading

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