SNA and Media Studies

A non-exhaustive, ad hoc and noteworthy bibliography on SNA and Media Studies. Prepared by Mathieu O’Neil on SocNet. To make adjustments and updates please visit the open wiki list at Google Sites.  

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Barnett, G.A., T.L. Jacobson, Y. Choi, & S.L. Sun-Miller (1996)
An Examination of the International Telecommunication Network. The Journal of International Communication, 3, 19-43,.

Barnett, G.A., B.S. Chon & D. Rosen (2001)
The Structure of International Internet Flows in Cyberspace. NETCOM (Network and Communication Studies), 15 (1-2), 61-80, September.

Barnett. G.A. & H.W. Park (2005)
The Structure of International Internet Hyperlinks and Bilateral Bandwidth. Annals of Telecommunication, 60, 1115-1132.

Barnett, G.A., Ruiz, J.B., Hammond, J.R. & Xin, Z. (nd)
An Examination of the Relationship between International Telecommunication Networks, Terrorism and Global News Coverage, Social Networks and Mining. (DOI) 10.1007/s13278-013-0117-9.

Carley, K. M. , J. Pfeffer, H. Liu, F. Morstatter, & R. Goolsby (2013)
Near Real Time Assessment of Social Media Using Geo-Temporal Network Analytics, In Proceedings of 2013 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining (ASONAM), August 25-28 2013, Niagra Falls, Canada.

Cepela, N. & J. A. Danowski (2012)
Network Centrality of Obama and his Cabinet Members as Predictors of Job Approval Over Time. Paper presented to the 83rd Annual Conference of the Southern Political Science Association (SPSA), New Orleans, Louisiana, January 12-14, 2012.

Danowski, J. A. (2012)
Sentiment Network Analysis of Taleban and RFE/RL Open-Source Content About Afghanistan. Paper presented to the Open-Source Intelligence and Web Mining conference [OSINT-WM 2012], Odense, Denmark, August 22-23, 2012.

Danowski, J. A. (nd)
Turning Time Outside-In: Networks Among Time Slices as Nodes with Semantic Similarity as Links.

Danowski, J. A. & Cepela, N. (2010)
Automatic mapping of social networks of actors from text corpora: Time series analysis, in Memon, N., Jie Xu, J., Hicks, D. L., & Chen, H. (Eds.) Data mining for social network data. Annals of informations science, 12, (pps. 31-46). New York: Springer Science+Business Media.

Danowski, J. A. Park, D.W (nd)
Celebrities in the Mass and Internet Media and Social Network Structures: A Comparison with Public Intellectuals

Danowski, J. A. & Wetterer, J. (2013)
Framing in Buzz versus Long-tail Journalism: A network analysis approach for observing setting the media agenda for the acid rain issue from 1977 to 2009

de Nooy, W. & Kleinnijenhuis, J. (2013)
Polarization in the media during an election campaign: A dynamic network model predicting support and attack among political actors. Political Communication, 30(1), 117-138. doi:10.1080/10584609.2012.737417

Doerfel, M. L. & Connaughton, S. L. (2009)
Semantic networks and competition: Election year winners and losers in U.S. televised presidential debates, 1960-2004. Journal of the American Society for Information and Science Technology, 60, 201-218. (Published online in September 2008, Journal of the American Society for Information and Science Technology.)

Kim, K. & Barnett, G.A., (1996)
The Determinants of International News Flow: A Network Analysis. Communication Research, 23, 323-352.

Kim, K. & Barnett, G.A. (2000)
The Structure of the International Telecommunications Regime in Transition: A Network Analysis of International Organizations. International Interactions, 26(1), 91-127.

Kim, J.H. & Barnett, G.A.
The Effect of Global Communication on International Conflict: A Network Analysis. International Interactions, 33, 135-165, 2007.

Ksiazek TB. (2011)
A Network Analytic Approach to Understanding Cross-Platform Audience Behavior. Journal of Media Economics 24: 237-251.

Horgan, J., M. Kenney, C. Horne, P. Vining, K. M. Carley, M. Bigrigg, M. Bloom, & K. Braddock (2014-forthcoming)
“Competitive Adaptation in Terrorist Networks: Preliminary Findings From an Islamist Case Study,” in Counter-terrorism & Hostile Intent: Human Factors Theory and Application, edited by Alex Stedmon, Glyn Lawson & Rose Saikayasit (London: Ashgate, forthcoming, 2014).

Landwehr, P. & K. M. Carley, (2014-forthcoming)
Social Media in Disaster Relief, in Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery for Big Data, vol. 1, W. W. Chu, Ed. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2014, pp. 225–257.

Martin, M. K., J. Pfeffer, & K. M. Carley (2013-forthcoming)
“Network Text Analysis of Conceptual Overlap in Interviews, Newspaper Articles and Keywords.” Social Network Analysis and Mining.

Moon, S., Barnett, G.A. & Lim, Y.S., (2010)
The Structure of International Music Flows Using Network Analysis. New Media and Society, 12(3), 379-399.

Morstatter, F., J. Pfeffer, H. Liu and K. M. Carley (2013)
Is the Sample Good Enough? Comparing Data from Twitter’s Streaming API with Twitter’s Firehose, In proceedings of International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM),” July 8-10, Boston, MA.

Nam, Y., & Barnett, G.A. (2011)
Globalization of technology: Network analysis of global patents and trademarks, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 78(8), 1471-1485.

Ognyanova, K., & Monge, P. (2013)
A Multitheoretical, Multilevel, Multidimensional Network Model of the Media System: Production, Content, and Audiences. Communication Yearbook, 37, 66-93.

Park, H.W., Barnett, G.A. & Chung, C. (2011)
Structural Changes in the Global Hyperlink Network 2003-2009, Global Networks, 11(4), 522-544.

Van Holt, T., J. C. Johnson, K. M. Carley, J. Brinkley & J. Diesner (2013), Rapid ethnographic assessment for cultural mapping. Poetics, 41:366-383.

Weber, M.S. (2012)
Newspapers and the Long-Term Implications of Hyperlinking. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 17(2), 187-201. doi: 10.1111/j.1083-6101.2011.01563.x

Weber, M. S. & Monge, P., (2011)
The Flow of Digital News in a Network of Authorities, Hubs and Providers. Journal of Communication, 61(6), 1062-1081. doi: 10.1111/j.1460-2466.2011.01596.x

Yuan, E. J., M. Feng & J. A. Danowski, (2013-forthcoming)
“Privacy” in Semantic Networks on Chinese Social Media: The Case of Sina Weibo. Forthcoming, Journal of Communication.


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