IS 324 Social Network Analysis

Introduces theories of social networks (how they form, and how they influence thoughts, feelings, and behaviors), while also providing hands-on experience with some powerful tools and methods for analyzing networks on various scales, ranging from small groups, to communities, to populations. It will also explore the use of network analysis to reveal patterns in large-scale data from the humanities such as periods of literary narrative, or character development across vast narratives with multiple interweaving plot lines.

Scheduled Offerings

  • Fall 2020

    • IS324A - Social Network Analysis
      Tue/Thu, 2:00 pm - 3:20 pm
      Room 53
      Tue/Thu, 2:00 pm - 3:20 pm
      On-Campus
      Restricted to Undergraduates and Sophomore standing or above. Restricted to Information Sciences majors until one week before classes begin (by noon 8/17/2020). INFO Minors may register for any available seats beginning at noon on 7/13/2020. For more information about this major, please visit: http://go.ischool.illinois.edu/BSIS. Questions may be sent to ischool-is@illinois.edu
      Instructor
      David Hopping
      CRN
      73232
      Length
      16 weeks
      Credit hours
      3 - 4

Textbooks and Course Materials

Available from the Illinois Union Bookstore (IUB).