International Network for Social Network Analysis

The International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA) is a professional, nonprofit, international association of scientists, practitioners, and students dedicated to social network analysis (SNA). Founded in 1977 by Barry Wellman, the association as of 2020 brings together more than 800 members from 65 countries. It is interdisciplinary in nature and embraces a wide range of disciplines, for which the use of SNA has a universal dimension that allows the operationalization of relations, flows, interactions, influences, and structures of any network. During its 44-year history, the INSNA has been extremely active through organizing conferences and events, publishing and supporting reputable journals, and offering electronic services (such as discussion forums, I-Connect, bibliographies, SOCNET, and ListServ), mailing lists, and a formalized membership with a range of benefits ...

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