James Moody
Presentations
(All presentations are Microsoft Powerpoint Files.
In most cases, it is better to 'view slide show' than simply browse the files, since many contain dynamic elements.  As well, if you download the presentation you can get the comments listed in the 'notes' pages, as well as view any hidden/backup slides.)


Presented at the 2002 CSISS Summer Workshop "Accessibility in Space and Time: A GIS Approach"
 


Presented at the 2000 Add Health Users Workshop, August 1 & 2, Bethesda Maryland


Slides from an informal discussion on Peer Influence, presented at the 2001 Add Health Users Workshop


Presented at the UNC Center for Aids Research Conference: Methods of Study in Human Sexuality: Relevance to AIDS Research  Chapel Hill, May 5, 2001
 


Presented at the Workshop on Community and Youth Development, affiliated with the John Gardner Center at Stanford University (April, 2002)
 
 


 

 

 

 

Presented at the the Workshop on Community and Youth Development, affiliated with the John Gardner Center at Stanford University (March, 2004).  This is a first crack at operationalizing Field theory from Bourdieu to activities and social networks in high schools. A slightly modifed version of this paper was presented at the University of Texas- Austin Population Research Center.  This one will probably evolve significantly over time...
 

Presented at the annual undergraduate recognition ceremony, department of mathematics, The Ohio State University, May 2004.

Presented at the American Sociological Association meetings, August 2004, San Francisco.

Presented at CSSS in Seattle.  October 2004.

        Quality and Inequality in Academic Labor Markets

A much revised version of the paper above, presented at the Graduate School of Business workshop on Organizations and Markets, November 2005

  • RWJ Social Network Analysis introduction (2-day short course)

Presented at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health and Society Scholars Program, Columbia University Nov 4&5, 2004.

2007 Version: much expanded, including example programs, datasets, and sundry items. Link takes you to a page for the cours.

Freeman Award Plenary Address, Sunbelt Social Networks Conference, Redondo Beach California, Feb. 2005.

Response to Burawoy's presidential address, as part of a panel at OSU on "Public Sociology", April 29, 2005

Presented at the Social Capital & Social Networks symposium, June 20 & 21 2005 in Columbus Ohio.

        The Network Structure of Sociological Production

First version, presented at the ASA Meetings, August 2005, Philadelphia PA.

         The Network Structure of Sociological Production II

A much expanded version, variants presented at Duke, UCI, and Indiana in the Fall of 2006.

         Diffusion and Visualization of Dynamic Networks

Presented at the 2006 Sunbelt Social Network Conference.

         The Relative Contribution of Sex and Drug Ties to STI-Relevant Network Connectivity

Presented at the 2006 Sunbelt Social Network Conference.

         Diffusion over Dynamic Networks

Presented at the 2006 NetSci conference. They tell me a video of the presentation will be posted there someday…

         Watching Time Fly: Diffusion and Visualization of Dynamic Networks

Presented at the 2006 ASA conference in Montreal, CA.

         Simulating Social Networks

Presented at the National Institutes of Health mini-conference on Agent Based Modeling, Bethesda MD, September 2006

         Limits of Diffusion in Dynamic Networks (most recent version)

Versions presented at the “Search and Diffusion on Social Networks” Workshop, Ithaca NY (2006); MIT-Harvard Joint Economic Sociology seminar (2006), Stanford SCANCOR seminar (2007).

         Diffusion over Dynamic Networks

MAPSS Colloquium Presentation, Stanford Graduate School of Business, May 2007.