SOCIOLOGY 355 -STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
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We’ve all heard it said, “It’s not what you know; it’s who you know.” Structural Analysis, more commonly known as Social Network Analysis, is the study of who you know, who they know, and why it matters. You will learn to describe different kinds of networks, including social support networks, workplace networks, sexual networks, organizational, friendship networks, and internet-based social networks. You will also learn why these networks matter for outcomes such as being healthy, finding a job, getting a promotion, escaping poverty, catching a cold, having a great idea, and getting other people to recognize your great idea.
Alexandra Marin, University of Toronto
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