Modeli društvenih mreža kao posrednici između teorije i empirije

Primer statističkih modela mrežne dinamike

  • Aleksandar S. Tomašević Filozofski fakultet, Novi Sad
  • Valentina Sokolovska Filozofski fakultet, Novi Sad
Кључне речи: analiza socijalnih mreža, matematički modeli, mrežna statika, mrežna dinamika, stohastički modeli, modeli zasnovani na akterima

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U radu se analiziraju mogućnosti upotrebe statističkih modela mrežne dinamike prilikom sociološke analize društvenih mreža. Tačnije, autori na osnovu definicija i specifikacija modela, kao i pregleda različitih primena ovih modela, žele da potvrde sledeću hipotezu: (matematički) modeli mreža u društvenim naukama ne predstavljaju ekstenziju teorije, odnosno nisu samo njena operacionalizacija, kao ni prosta generalizacija empirijskih podataka, već poseduju svojevrsnu autonomiju, koja je od suštinske važnosti za istraživački postupak. Stoga se nakon uvodnog dela, autori ukratko bave objašnjenjem pojma mrežne statike i mrežne dinamike, potom razvojem modela mrežne dinamike, kao i opravdavanjem statističkog (stohastičkog) modela i modela zasnovanog na akterima. Nakon toga, sledi pregled osnovnih pravaca savremenih istraživanja mreža u kojima se koriste modeli i na osnovu analize njihovih rezultata testira se osnovna hipoteza rada.

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