Um olhar sobre a pertinência de uma obra de introdução à análise de redes sociais

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A obra Redes Sociais. Como compreendê-las? Uma introdução à análise de redes sociais, publicada em língua portuguesa, vem recordar alguns destes princípios orientadores, oferecendo uma variedade considerável de capítulos de caráter introdutório e aplicado. De facto, nesta obra merecem ser destacados três aspetos que a tornam pertinente e oportuna.

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Análise de redes sociais

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Biografía del autor/a

Sofia Viseu, Universidade de Lisboa

I'm a  Assistant Professor in Educational Policy and Administration at the Instituto of Education of University of Lisbon.My research interests include science and educational public policies and regulation and social network analysis. 

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18-01-2021

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