Kinship Networks: the Interplay between New Forms of Family, Geographical Mobility, Life Course and Intergenerational Relations
Verónica de Miguel-Luken (University of Malaga, Spain), Luis Ayuso-Sánchez (University of Malaga, Spain) & Livia García-Faroldi (University of Malaga, Spain)
Family has been traditionally seen as the main focus of social support. However, dynamics of family networks are affected by different socio-demographic factors.
The Network Perspective in Measurement and Analysis of Social Support
Giulia Rivellini (Catholic University, Italy) & Susanna Zaccarin (University of Trieste, Italy)
Daniel Houben (RWTH Aachen, Germany)
Models and Theories of International News Flows
Laurent Beaugitte (GIS-CIST, France) & Marta Severo (Université Lille 3 Geriicho, France)
Thomas Friemel (University of Bremen, Germany)
This session is dedicated to theoretical, methodological and empirical work related to mass media like TV, radio, print, music, cinema, and internet. Presentations may for example address networks of audience interactions (on- and offline networks), media content (semantic networks), media companies (economic networks), media production (organizational networks) and media regulation (policy networks).
Sasa Batistic (Henley Business School, UK)
Networks and the Labour Market
Oriol Barranco (Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain), Mireia Bolibar (Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain), Joel Martí (Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain), Irene Cruz (Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain) & Joan Miquel Verd (Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain)