Sessions on „Social Networks and Health Inequalities“, XXXVI Sunbelt Conference of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSA), 05.- 20. April 2016, Newport Beach (USA)

These sessions intend to focus on interdisciplinary approaches adressing social network influences on health behaviors. We are particularly interested in theoretical and empirical work that connects life course and network dynamics. We encourage submissions that use different methods (quantitative, qualitative, mixed methods) and focus on health inequalities at different stages in the life course and/or different vulnerable groups.

XXXVI Sunbelt Conference of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA) 2016

Programme

Friday, April 8th 2016

Social Networks and Health Inequalities 1

PM2 - Chair: Andreas Klärner

 04:00 – 04:20 Joseph Galaskiewicz, Kathryn Freeman Anderson, Kendra Thompson-Dyck

 

Spatial Capital: Applications For The Study of Urban Inequality
  04:20 – 04:40 Dalila D'Ingeo, Clarence Gravlee, Raffaele Vacca

Integrating Ethnographic Perspectives and Personal Network Data in The Study of Vicarious Racism and Hypertension Among African Americans

 

  04:40 – 05:00 Linda Bosma, Raffaele Vacce, Jaime Martinez, Raymond Boyle, Rod Lew

Using Network Analysis To Evaluate Leadership Development: The LAAMPP Institute

 

  05:00 – 05:20 Emmanuel Koku

 

Social Networks, Stigma and Community Influences On HIV Testing and Disclosure

Saturday, April 9th 2016

Social Networks and Health Inequalities 2

PM1 - Chair: Markus Gamper

 01:40 – 02:00 Erin Pullen, Gerardo Maupome, Brea Perry, Eric Wright Ego Network Predictors of Help-Seeking For Oral Health Problems Among Mexican Immigrants To The American Midwest

 

  02:00 – 02:20 Julia Schröders The Effect of Social Networks On Adults’ Health: A Counterfactual Approach To The Indonesian Family Life Survey

 

  02:20 – 02:40 Jacques Philip, Tara Ford, David Henry, Kirk Dombrowski, Stacy Rasmus, Jim Allen Using Ego-Centric Networks to Evaluate the Impact of a Suicide and Alcohol Use Disorder Intervention for Rural Yup’ik Alaska Native Youth

 

  02:40 – 03:00 Marlene Sapin Transition To Motherhood in Hardship Situation in Romania: Disorganized Family Networks As A Cumulative Disadvantage

 

  03:00 – 03:20 Andreas Eberl, Gerhard Krug and Katharina Seebaß The Relation of Unemployment, Health and The Role of Social Networks

 

03:20 – 03:40 Andreas Klaerner, André Knabe, Sylvia Keim, Hagen Fischer, Markus Gamper Dynamic Interactions of Social Networks and Health of Long-Term Unemployed: Results From A Qualitative Research Project in Germany