Exeley Enters into Collaboration with the International Network for Social Network Analysis

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15-March-2018 ,  Press Room - Press Room

Exeley has entered into partnership with the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA). INSNA is a professional association for researchers interested in social network analysis (recording and measuring interactions between people, organizations, computers, URLs, and other connected information objects). The association is a non-profit organization incorporated in the State of Delaware and founded by Barry Wellman in 1977.

Exeley will provide publishing services for two academic journals produced by INSNA: Connections, and the Journal of Social Structure:

  • Connections is the official journal of the International Network for Social Network Analysis. It is focused on the ever-growing and continually expanding community of scholars who use network analytic techniques. The research articles published in Connections covers many disciplines including: Anthropology, Sociology, Psychology, Communication, Economics, Organizational Behavior, Knowledge Management, Marketing, Social Psychology, Mathematics, Public Health, Medicine, Computer Science, and Policy.
  • The Journal of Social Structure (JoSS) is designed to facilitate the interdisciplinary research area of social structure. It focuses on the social structure and patterning of social linkages among actors. These actors could be comprised of different types or levels of analysis, such as animals, humans, artificial agents, groups or organizations.