Official Description: Seminar—3 hours; term paper. Prerequisite: graduate standing. Structure of political networks, socio-matrices and affiliation networks; general networks characteristics: density, centralization, polarization, interdependence, dyadic and triadic characteristics: structural and role equivalence; subsets of networks: cliques, blocks and bloc modeling; characteristics of individuals in networks: centrality and prestige.
Instructors: Zeev Moaz
Other info and comments: Tends to be offered every-other fall (2013, 2015, etc.). Syllabus
Software used: The instructor’s MoazNet is used extensively, but students are free to complete assignments using the software of their choice.