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  • 1. CO-AUTHOR COLLABORATION NETWORK FIGURE IN THE 2010 AHRD CONFERENCE SYMPOSIUM PAPERS A MASTER DEGREE PROJECT PRESENTED TO PROFESSIONAL STUDIES COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY, TERRE HAUTE, INDIANA CHUNGIL CHAE (CHAD)Saturday, December 8, 12
  • 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION LITERATURE REVIEW METHODOLOGY RESULT CONCLUSIONLITERATURE REVIEWSaturday, December 8, 12
  • 3. THERE IS A DIFFICULTY PURPOSE AND NEED INTRODUCTION OBJECTIVES TERMSSaturday, December 8, 12
  • 4. WHAT IS COLLABORATION NETWORK?Saturday, December 8, 12
  • 5. WHIT IS INTERESTING?Saturday, December 8, 12
  • 6. WHAT IS SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS?Saturday, December 8, 12
  • 7. THERE IS A DIFFICULTY IDENTIFYING CO-AUTHOR COLLABORATION NETWORKINGS. IT IS ASSUMED BY THE CONFERENCE PROCEEDING ASSUMPTIONS CANNOT PROVIDE A PLENTIFUL EXPLANATION OF THE CO-AUTHOR COLLABORATION NETWORK.Saturday, December 8, 12
  • 8. PURPOSE AND NEED USING SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS (SNA) ON THE 2010 AHRD PROCEEDING PAPERS PROVIDES A CLEAR VIEW OF HOW THEY ARE CONNECTED AND PROVIDES AN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF AHRD COLLABORATION NETWORKING FEATURES.Saturday, December 8, 12
  • 9. OBJECTIVES 1. IDENTIFYING 2010 AHRD CONFERENCE’S CO- AUTHOR COLLABORATION NETWORK 2. DETECTING THE EXISTENCE OF THE NOTICEABLE CLUSTERS OF THE NETWORK. 3. INVESTIGATING THE DETECTED NOTICEABLE CLUSTER’S CHARACTERISTICS.Saturday, December 8, 12
  • 10. TERMS ACTOR THE LINKAGES AMONG SOCIAL ENTITIES AND THE IMPLICATIONS OF THESE LINKAGES. THE SOCIAL ENTITIES ARE REFERRED TO AS ACTORS RELATIONAL TIE RELATIONAL TIE INDICATES A TIE ESTABLISHING A LINKAGE BETWEEN A PAIR OF ACTORS (WASSERMAN & FAUST, 1994) GROUPS A GROUP IS THE COLLECTION OF ALL ACTORS ON WHICH TIES ARE TO BE MEASURED (SCOTT, 2000; WASSERMAN & FAUST, 1994).Saturday, December 8, 12
  • 11. COLLABORATION NETWORK THE 2010 AHRD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE LITERATURE REVIEW SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS NETMINERSaturday, December 8, 12
  • 12. COLLABORATION NETWORK A COLLABORATION NETWORK IS : A NETWORK THAT IS CONSTITUTED OF PEOPLE AS ACTORS AND COLLABORATION RESULTS AS RELATIONAL TIES. A COLLABORATION NETWORK IS REGARDED AS AN INTENTIONAL PROPERTY THAT DERIVES FROM THE SHARED BELIEF THAT IS SET BY THE COLLABORATION PARTICIPANT’S COMMON GOAL OF AVOIDING THE FAILURE TO SUCCEED OR INCURRING TOO HIGH OF A COST IF THEY ARE CONDUCTING THE PROJECT INDIVIDUALLY (CAMARINHA-MATOS & AFSARMANESH, 2005)Saturday, December 8, 12
  • 13. THE 2010 AHRD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE THE ACADEMY OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (AHRD) IS A PROFESSIONAL AND SCHOLASTIC COMMUNITY. SINCE 1994, AHRD BEGAN HAVING INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES THE 2010 AHRD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE IS THE 17TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE IN THE AHRD COMMUNITY. THE 2010 AHRD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE RESEARCH PAPERS HAVE A SIGNIFICANT MEANING IN THIS PROJECT BECAUSE OF THE AHRD COMMUNITY’S ATTRIBUTION AS THE AFFILIATION NETWORKSaturday, December 8, 12
  • 14. SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS (SNA) IS A FIELD THAT VIEWS SOCIAL PHENOMENON AS RESULTS AND COMBINATIONS OF SOCIALLY CONNECTED RELATIONSHIPS, WHICH INTERACTIVELY INFLUENCE EACH OTHER (WASSERMAN & FAUST, 1994)Saturday, December 8, 12
  • 15. SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSISSaturday, December 8, 12
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  • 32. NETMINER NETMINER III (VERSION 3.4.0D; CYRAM 2010) IS A SOFTWARE TOOL FOR EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS AND VISUALIZATION OF NETWORK DATA (NETMINER, 2010B). LICENSE TERM DATA SIZE STUDENT 3˜6 MONTH 100˜1,000 ACADEMY ANNUAL/PERPETUAL 1,000˜1,000,000 COMMERCIAL PERPETUAL 1,000˜1,000,000Saturday, December 8, 12
  • 33. SUBJECT METHODOLOGY DATA COLLECTION DATA PROCESS PROCEDURESaturday, December 8, 12
  • 34. SUBJECT AS A RESULT, 115 SYMPOSIUM PAPERS, 184 AUTHORS AND 93 INSTITUTIONS ARE SELECTEDSaturday, December 8, 12
  • 35. DATA COLLECTION DATA ARE COLLECTED FROM THE 2010 AHRD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE PROCEEDING. PROCEEDING INCLUDES SYMPOSIUM NUMBERS, AUTHORS AND INSTITUTIONS. THIS PROJECT’S INVESTIGATOR ABSTRACTS ALL DATA FROM PROCEEDINGS. COLLECTED DATA ARE REORGANIZED IN THE FORM OF SOCIAL NETWORK DATA SUCH AS MODE-1 AND MODE-2Saturday, December 8, 12
  • 36. DATA PROCESS PROCEDURE Step1: Spring 1 STEP: 2D P-A, P- Abstract U,U-A author, papers, 2 STEP: university data Making excel from Task1: Data files paper- proceeding drawing author, paper- university, Uniersity- author Task1: Data abstracting Activity3: Data processing Objectives1: Activity1: raw Identifying data collecting 1 STEP: 1 STEP: Delet 2010 AHRD comparing redundunce conferenceʼs Task2: Data uploaded data entry co-author sorting and and actual collaboration Task3: Data purifying data network check Activity2: Data 2 STEP: upload sorting by a-z Task2: Data 2 STEP: 2- upload mode data Task1: Data type deciding 1 STEP: 1- 1 STEP: 1- mode data mode data 2 STEP: 2- mode dataSaturday, December 8, 12
  • 37. DATA PROCESS PROCEDURE 3 STEP: structural equivalence 2 STEP: clique 2 STEP: 1 STEP: Density Degree mean Task 1: Running Analysis 3 STEP: 1 STEP: inclusiveness component Task 1: Activity3: Running Cohesion Analysis 4 STEP: Activity1: Geodesic Connection Objectives3: distance Investigating noticeable 5 STEP: clusterʼs Redundancy characteristics Activity2: Centerality Task 1: 4 STEP: Running betweenness Analysis centrality 1 STEP: degree centtrality- 3 STEP: symmetrized closeness 2 STEP: centality eigenvector centralitySaturday, December 8, 12
  • 38. DATA PROCESS PROCEDURE Objectives2: Detecting existence of the noticeable cluster of the 3 STEP:Edge networking clustering / 1 STEP: Edge Univerisity- clustering / Author Paper-Author Drawing edged Task 2: 2 Task 1: 1 2 STEP:Edge structure mode data 2 STEP: Edge mode data clustering / clustering / Paper- Paper- University University 3 STEP: Edge 1 STEP:Edge clustering / clustering / Univerisity- Paper-Author AuthorSaturday, December 8, 12
  • 39. OBJECTIVE 1 RESULT OBJECTIVE II OBJECTIVE IIISaturday, December 8, 12
  • 40. OBJECTIVE I 1. IDENTIFYING 2010 AHRD CONFERENCE’S CO-AUTHOR COLLABORATION NETWORKSaturday, December 8, 12
  • 41. OBJECTIVE I 1. IDENTIFYING 2010 AHRD CONFERENCE’S CO-AUTHOR COLLABORATION NETWORKSaturday, December 8, 12
  • 42. OBJECTIVE II 2. DETECTING THE EXISTENCE OF THE NOTICEABLE CLUSTERS OF THE NETWORK.Saturday, December 8, 12
  • 43. OBJECTIVE II 2. DETECTING THE EXISTENCE OF THE NOTICEABLE CLUSTERS OF THE NETWORK.Saturday, December 8, 12
  • 44. OBJECTIVE II 2. DETECTING THE EXISTENCE OF THE NOTICEABLE CLUSTERS OF THE NETWORK.Saturday, December 8, 12
  • 45. OBJECTIVE II 2. DETECTING THE EXISTENCE OF THE NOTICEABLE CLUSTERS OF THE NETWORK.Saturday, December 8, 12
  • 46. OBJECTIVE III 3. INVESTIGATING THE DETECTED NOTICEABLE CLUSTER’S CHARACTERISTICS.Saturday, December 8, 12
  • 47. OBJECTIVE III 3. INVESTIGATING THE DETECTED NOTICEABLE CLUSTER’S CHARACTERISTICS.Saturday, December 8, 12
  • 48. CONCLUSION CONCLUSION IMPLICATIONSSaturday, December 8, 12
  • 49. CONCLUSION THE 2010 AHRD CONFERENCE’S CO-AUTHOR COLLABORATION NETWORK STRUCTURE HAS BEEN MAPPED IDENTIFIED WHOLE FEATURES OF THE NETWORK ARE REORGANIZED BY CENTERING ITS EDGES. THEREBY, NOTICEABLE SUBGROUPS’ EXISTENCE AND ITS STRUCTURAL NETWORKING WERE IDENTIFIED. THE NETWORK’S CHARACTERISTICS HAVE BEEN PRESENTED BY CONDUCTING A SERIES OF ANALYSES IN ASPECTS OF CONNECTIVITY, CENTRALITY, AND COHESION. THE WHOLE NETWORK’S STRUCTURE AND SIZE ARE SUGGESTED. THE 2010 AHRD CONFERENCE’S COAUTHORSHIP COLLABORATION DIDN’T HAVE A HIGH DENSITY OF CONNECTIVITY, BUT THE CENTRALITY WAS EMPHASIZED ON A FEW NODESSaturday, December 8, 12
  • 50. REFERENCE LIST AHUJA, G. (2000). COLLABORATION NETWORKS, STRUCTURAL HOLES, AND INNOVATION: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY. ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCE QUARTERLY, 425-455. CAMARINHA-MATOS, L., & AFSARMANESH, H. (2005). COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS: A NEW SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINE. JOURNAL OF INTELLIGENT MANUFACTURING, 16(4), 439-452. CARRINGTON, P., SCOTT, J., & WASSERMAN, S. (2005). MODELS AND METHODS IN SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR. CULNAN, M. (1987). MAPPING THE INTELLECTUAL STRUCTURE OF MIS, 1980-1985: A CO-CITATION ANALYSIS. MIS QUARTERLY, 11(3), 341-353. EVANS, P., & WOLF, B. (2005). COLLABORATION RULES. IEEE ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT REVIEW, 33(4), 50-57.Saturday, December 8, 12
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  • 56. FURTHER REFERENCES HTTP://CHADCHAE.HUBWEB.NET HTTP:// CHADCHAE.HUBWEB.NET/WIKIMEDIA/ HTTP://CHADCHAE.HUBWEB.NET/WORDPRESSSaturday, December 8, 12
  • 57. THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONSIDERATIONSaturday, December 8, 12

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