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Nmix 4110 - New Media Prod

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09 11 2014 Degree Centrality Degree number of connected nodes In degree number of nodes initiating a relationships with a given node o In ties links directed to a node Out degree number of nodes one initiated links with o Out ties links sent from a node Facebook no direction bc both have to be friends Twitter direction bc you can follow person but they don t have to follow back Think about your network of friends in this class What would be your degree centrality If you have a high degree centrality what does it mean If you have a low degree centrality what does it mean Structural Holes Homophily the tendency of individuals to associate themselves with similar individuals There is greater homogeneity of behavior opinion information and ideas within groups of people than between groups of people Those who connect these subgroups have an advantage Between Centrality Identifying and measuring bridges o A measure of actor s as being Clustering coefficient A way to evaluate one contribution to the network by investigating the network without it o To what extent does the network depend on YOU for its connectivity o Do everyone I know know anyone I know o How many of your friends are not connected to your friends besides through you o Interestingly clustering coefficient values are negatively associated with socio economic status Descriptive network measurements Size number of nodes Activity volume number of links Density A network measure of interconnectedness Density total number of existing links number of possible links Why important o Dependency on a few o Resilience stability o An indication of a community o Direction of information flow 09 11 2014 09 11 2014



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