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Where to Study Network Theory


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hey all;

i'm a political science/philosophy student applying to political theory programs this year. i would like to be in a department at a school with a sociology department that has someone working on network theory, in the vain of deleuze and, more recently, luc boltanksi. this is pretty radical french theory, and i dont know very much about its reception in american sociology departments. it may invovle 'social network theory,' communicative action/habermas, or references to 'nodes' and 'networks' to a certain extent.

hope someone can educate me!



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you might look into history of science/(sociology of) science and technology studies programs if you're into the work of Latour, Law, Hetherington, etc. on actor-network theory. On a whole though, both networks and Deleuze more generally are really popular in many disciplines and departments right now.

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