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Knitting Networks / Tejiendo Redes

52 EpisodesProduced by Francisca Ortiz y Alejandro Espinosa-RadaWebsite

Here you will find conversations with people who works on network analysis. You will hear about the history of it, recommendations of literature and some of the latest methodological/theoretical advances of it. Podcasters:Francisca Ortiz Ruiz, Postdoctoral Researcher at Millennium Institute for Care… read more


23.Martin Everett

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He is currently director of the Cathie Marsh Institute for social research. Martin have a BSc in mathematics from Loughborough University and an MSc also in mathematics from Oxford University. Martin continued at Oxford to complete a DPhil which was a jointly awarded by mathematics and sociology. He joined Manchester in 2009 having previously worked at East London, Westminster and Greenwich universities. Also, he helped co-found the Mitchell centre for social network analysis which evolved from the existing Manchester Social Networks Group. The centre is named after Clyde Mitchell who was a founding father of the discipline whilst he was a Professor in Manchester. In addition Clyde was his sociology supervisor for his DPhil at Oxford.

He is a past president of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA) and a Simmel award holder (the highest award given by the organization). He was elected an academician of the Academy of Social Sciences in 2004.

Martin is co-author of the software package UCINET the world’s most commonly used software for analyzing social network data. He have consulted extensively on the use of networks with government agencies as well as public and private companies.


The interview was done by Alejandro Espinosa-Rada.


Actualmente es director del Instituto Cathie Marsh de Investigación Social. Martin tiene una licenciatura en matemáticas de la Universidad de Loughborough y una maestría también en matemáticas de la Universidad de Oxford. Martin continuó en Oxford para completar un doctorado que fue otorgado conjuntamente por matemáticas y sociología. Se incorporó a Manchester en 2009 después de haber trabajado anteriormente en las universidades de East London, Westminster y Greenwich. Además, ayudó a cofundar el centro Mitchell para el análisis de redes sociales que se desarrolló a partir del actual Manchester Social Networks Group. El centro lleva el nombre de Clyde Mitchell, quien fue padre fundador de la disciplina mientras era profesor en Manchester. Además, Clyde fue su supervisor de sociología para su doctorado en Oxford.

Es ex presidente de la Red Internacional para el Análisis de Redes Sociales (INSNA) y ganador del premio Simmel (el premio más alto otorgado por la organización). Fue elegido académico de la Academia de Ciencias Sociales en 2004.

Martin es coautor del paquete de software UCINET, el software más utilizado en el mundo para analizar datos de redes sociales. Ha sido consultado ampliamente sobre el uso de redes por agencias gubernamentales, así como por empresas públicas y privadas.

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