RESEÑA. EL DESARROLLO DEL ANÁLISIS DE REDES SOCIALES: UN ESTUDIO DE SOCIOLOGÍA DE LA CIENCIA


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Resumen. El desarrollo del análisis de redes sociales ha tenido una trayectoria fragmentada a lo largo de la historia reciente. Las contribuciones al análisis de redes no han evolucionado de manera conjunta, sino que diversas escuelas o tradiciones han realizado sus progresos por separado entre periodos con mayor y menor actividad. Su evolución ha estado marcada por una progresiva especialización donde han intervenido multitud de disciplinas. Así, las cuatro características que definen el análisis de redes sociales son: el enfoque estructural, el sistemático, el empleo de grafos y el uso de modelos matemáticos y computacionales. A día de hoy, el análisis de redes sociales es una disciplina madura que cuenta con numerosas publicaciones desde distintos campos de aplicación.


 


Palabras clave: análisis de redes sociales, enfoque estructural, sociometría.


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