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      Robert A Hanneman

      Robert A Hanneman

      Department of Sociology, College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences, University of California, Riverside, CA, USA | Department of Sociology, College of Humanities, Arts, ...

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      Robert A Hanneman:Expert Impact

      Concepts for whichRobert A Hannemanhas direct influence:Social networks,Public health units,Political engagement,Social network analysis,Medical education,Severe handicaps,Network analysis,Social network.

      Robert A Hanneman:KOL impact

      Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Robert A Hanneman has influence:Higher education,Social network,Student engagement,Institutional theory,Political participation,Knowledge transfer,Developmental disabilities.

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      Department of Sociology, College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences, University of California, Riverside, CA, USA


      Department of Sociology, University of California, Riverside, California.


      University of California Riverside Department of Sociology Riverside CA USA


      Sociology Department, University of California, Riverside, CA 92521, USA


      Alliance for Applied Research in Education and Anthropology (AAREA), Department of Anthropology, University of South Florida, 4202 East Fowler Avenue, SOC 107, Tampa, Florida 33620

      Department of Sociology, University of California, Riverside, CA, USA

      Robert A. Hanneman is a Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Riverside.

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      Office of the Vice Provost, University of California at Riverside, 321 Surge, Riverside, California 92521


      University of California, Riverside, Riverside, CA, USA


      Robert A. Hanneman is Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Riverside.


      Department of Sociology, University of California, Riverside, 92521-0419, Riverside, CA, USA


      Department of Sociology, University of California – Riverside, USA

      University of California, Riverside


      b University of California , Riverside


      UCR Families Project, School of Education, University of California, Riverside 92521, USA.


      University of California, Riverside, USA

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      Prominent publications by Robert A Hanneman

      KOL-Index: 11813

      BACKGROUND: We studied the evolution of information-seeking networks over a 2-year period during which an organization-wide intervention was implemented to promote evidence-informed decision-making (EIDM) in three public health units in Ontario, Canada. We tested whether engagement of staff in the intervention and their EIDM behavior were associated with being chosen as information source and how the trend of inter-divisional communications and the dominance of experts evolved over ...

      Known for Public Health Units | Social Networks | Staff Intervention | Informed Decision | Canada Eidm
      KOL-Index: 6832

      BACKGROUND: Workforce development is an important aspect of evidence-informed decision making (EIDM) interventions. The structure of formal and informal social networks can influence, and be influenced, by the implementation of EIDM interventions.

      METHODS: In a mixed methods study we assessed the outcomes of a targeted training intervention to promote EIDM among the staff in three public health units in Ontario, Canada. This report focuses on the qualitative phase of the study in which ...

      Known for Network Analysis | Eidm Staff | Public Health Units | Workforce Development | Making Evidence
      KOL-Index: 6471

      CONTENT: Humans are fundamentally social beings. The social systems within which we live our lives (families, schools, workplaces, professions, friendship groups) have a significant influence on our health, success and well-being. These groups can be characterised as networks and analysed using social network analysis.

      SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS: Social network analysis is a mainly quantitative method for analysing how relationships between individuals form and affect those individuals, but ...

      Known for Medical Education | Social Network Analysis | Academic Performance | Attitudes Behaviours
      KOL-Index: 4558

      Theorists contend that private social groups—particularly those that have no overt political missions such as bowling leagues, sports clubs, and choral societies—make major contributions to democracy by generating engagement with democracy in the form of political interest and participation. Although this discussion is generally at an aggregate level, it is based on seldom-tested assumptions about individual-level phenomena. This study expands our understanding of how (and where) ...

      Known for Political Engagement | Major Contributions | Social Groups | Individual Level | Theorists Contend
      KOL-Index: 3490

      Using data on upper-division students in the University of California system, we show that two distinct cultures of engagement exist on campus. The culture of engagement in the arts, humanities and social sciences focuses on interaction, participation, and interest in ideas. The culture of engagement in the natural sciences and engineering focuses on improvement of quantitative skills through collaborative study with an eye to rewards in the labor market. The two cultures of engagement ...

      Known for Academic Engagement | Social Sciences | Higher Education | University California | Upper Division
      KOL-Index: 3384

      Co-authorship among scientists represents a prototype of a social network. By mapping the graph containing all relevant publications of members in an international collaboration network: COLLNET, we infer the structural mechanisms that govern the topology of this social system. The structure of the network affects the information available to individuals, and their opportunities to collaborate. The structure of the network also affects the overall flow of information, and the nature of ...

      Known for Scientific Community | Social Network | Structure Collaboration
      KOL-Index: 3283

      BACKGROUND: Workforce development is an important aspect of evidence-informed decision making (EIDM) interventions. The social position of individuals in formal and informal social networks, and the relevance of formal roles in relation to EIDM are important factors identifying key EIDM players in public health organizations. We assessed the role of central actors in information sharing networks in promoting the adoption of EIDM by the staff of three public health units in Canada, over a ...

      Known for Public Health | Workforce Development | Evidenceinformed Decision Making | Based Practice | Intervention Implemented
      KOL-Index: 3179

      BACKGROUND: We aimed to examine the co-authorship networks in three successful Iranian academic research centers, in order to find the association between the scientific productivity and impact indicators with network features in a case study.

      METHODS: We searched for English articles of the three research centers. We drew co-authorship maps of each center and calculated social network measures.

      RESULTS: The collaboration networks in centers shared many structural features, including a ...

      Known for Scientific Productivity | Authorship Network | Iran Background
      KOL-Index: 2867

      Web and mobile (mHealth) interventions have promise for improving health outcomes, but engagement and attrition may be reducing effect sizes. Because social networks can improve engagement, which is a key mechanism of action, understanding the structure and potential impact of social networks could be key to improving mHealth effects. This study (a) evaluates social network characteristics of four distinct communication channels (discussion board, chat, e-mail, and blog) in a large ...

      Known for Social Networks | Networking Intervention | Health Outcomes | Online Communities | Humans Internet
      KOL-Index: 2685

      This study tracked the thoughts and actions regarding out-of-home placement in 100 families who had a child or early adolescent with severe handicaps. Parents' behavioral intentions regarding out-of-home placement were assessed using a single item measure of placement tendency (The Placement Tendency Index) four times over a total period of approximately 6 years. Statistical models used to predict time until placement indicated that the Placement Tendency Index had modest predictive ...

      Known for Children Adolescents | Preschool Decision | Intellectual Disability | Parent Child | Humans Institutionalization
      KOL-Index: 2668

      This study investigates one of the major challenges in analysis of social networks: the identification of key nodes or important actors. There are numerous algorithms and approaches to locating and ranking nodes that may be critical in processes such as influence and diffusion. Most of the current algorithms consider a single criterion like the degree or page-rank of the nodes. However, many real world applications with large networks that display local sub-structure no single criterion ...

      Known for Social Networks | Proposed Algorithm | Criteria Decision | Ranking Nodes
      KOL-Index: 2516

      This paper investigates the characteristics of US colleges and universities that were early adopters of post-1970 academic growth fields. It examines hypotheses drawn from four analytical perspectives on sources of organizational change: organizational ecology, inter-institutional stratification, demographic composition, and historical traditions. Focusing on 20 “newly established” and “emerging” growth fields, we find strong support for density-dependence and organizational size as ...

      Known for Colleges Universities | Academic Fields | Liberal Arts
      KOL-Index: 1999

      An optimization approach is taken to locating the optimal set of initial contacts in a social network to maximize the number of total network members reached by a message. It is assumed that initial contacts are costly and that the number of initial contacts must be minimized simultaneously with maximizing the total number of network members contacted. A bi-objective probabilistic integer programming model is developed that assumes that actors are heterogeneous in the probability that ...

      Known for Social Network | Influential Nodes | Optimization Approach | Programming Model | Pass Messages
      KOL-Index: 1955

      This article introduces cluster analysis and reference set analysis as tools for understanding structure, identity, and aspiration in complex organizational fields. Cluster analysis is used to identify the structure of the organizational field in American four-year colleges and universities. The article shows that presidential choices of reference institutions closely parallel the major locations in this structure. By contrast, several widely used classifications of higher education ...

      Known for Colleges Universities | Higher Education Institutions | Liberal Arts

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