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Feb 27 2012

Free Selected Articles from Social Network Analysis and Mining

Social Network Analysis and Mining (SNAM) is intended to be a multidisciplinary journal to serve both academia and industry as a main venue for a wide range of researchers and readers from computer science, social sciences, mathematical sciences, medical and biological sciences. The main areas covered by SNAM include: (1) data mining advances on the discovery and analysis of communities, personalization for solitary activities (like search) and social activities (like discovery of potential friends), the analysis of user behavior in open forums (like conventional sites, blogs and forums) and in commercial platforms (like e-auctions), and the associated security and privacy-preservation challenges; (2) social network modeling, construction of scalable, customizable social network infrastructure, identification and discovery of dynamics, growth, and evolution patterns using machine learning approaches or multi-agent based simulation.

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Jan 11 2011

Latest Articles published in Foreign Policy

  1. Think Again: American Decline – By Gideon Rachman
  2. This time it’s real.

    Plus: Why 10% unemployment is here to stay – By Tyler Cowen and Jayme Lemke

  3. Grand Old Party – By Richard McGregor
  4. 5 myths about China’s Communists.

    Plus: People’s Army is still liberating.

  5. Where Do Bad Ideas Come From? – By Stephen M. Walt
  6. And why don’t they go away?

  7. Gucci in the Land of Genghis Khan – By Ron Gluckman
  8. Plus: The inside story of how Mongolia struck it rich.

  9. Making Fun of Pharaoh [An FP Slide Show]
  10. Why Egypt’s long-standing dictator makes for a great punch line.

    Plus: Three decades of a joke that just won’t die – By Issandr El Amrani

  11. Homeland Security Hasn’t Made Us Safer [An FP Special Report]
  12. And 11 more of the world’s most dangerous conventional wisdoms.

    Plus: Scenes from the most paradoxical places on earth.

  13. Killer Sharks, Captain Underpants, and Facebook? [An FP List]
  14. The craziest conspiracy theories about Mossad.

  15. Frenemies Forever – By Steve LeVine
  16. How the U.S. stopped worrying and learned to love Saudi Arabia, all over again.

  17. Wanted: Adult Supervision – By Aaron David Miller
  18. There’s hope for Barack Obama’s plan for Mideast peace in 2011. He just needs to let Hillary Clinton lead the way.

  19. Forget the Aftershocks – By Charles Kenny, The Optimist
  20. Plenty of factors are holding back Haiti’s development, but last year’s earthquake isn’t one of them.

  21. Eight out of 10 Experts Agree: Pakistan Is Terror Threat No. 1
  22. FP’s Exclusive Terrorism Survey
    Plus: The Pakistani assassin was no Lee Harvey Oswald – By Mosharraf Zaidi


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Jul 06 2010

Find SocSc @ HKUL on Facebook and Twitter!

SocSc @ HKUL has launched onto two social networking sites: Facebook and Twitter.

By adding SocSc @ HKUL, you will get the most up-to-date Social Sciences news from us instantly.


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Jan 13 2010

Psychology Headlines from PSYCHNEWS

  1. Facebook: A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Friends
  2. Leadership Skills Reduce Job Stress
  3. Morbid warnings on cigarette packs could encourage some people to smoke
  4. Environment Plays Key Role in Developing Reading Skills, Study Finds
  5. Friendship May Help Stem Rise of Obesity in Children, Study Finds
  6. Where Does Happiness (and Everything Else) Come From? Lessons from Literature
  7. Itchy Skin Linked to Psychological Stress
  8. This Emotional Life: Why Does Religion Make People Happier?
  9. No Benefit from Debriefing After School Terror
  10. Autism Clusters Identified in California; Associated With Areas of Greater Parental Education
  11. Who Buys Spam Weight Loss Products?
  12. Eye-catching studies that didn’t make the final cut
  13. Few Gender Differences in Math Abilities, Worldwide Study Finds
  14. Grief Is a Unique Challenge
  15. The Decade of Zero? Measuring Your Fulfillment in the 2000’s

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Mar 27 2009

Join the PolicyArchive Facebook fan page today!

You can now join the PolicyArchive Facebook fan page  to discuss public policy and stay up to date on the latest content and developments.

Latest publications are also available:

  1. Will the $800 Billion-Plus Stimulus Plan Bring Economic Recovery? NCPA
  2. Have health insurance? Think you’re well protected? Think Again! Families USA
  3. What Will Happen to State Budgets When the Money Runs Out? Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government
  4. Nation at Risk: Policy Makers Need Better Information to Protect the Country John and Mary R. Markle Foundation
  5. Smart Transportation Economic Stimulation Victoria Transport Policy Institute
  6. Taxing Energy in the United States: Which Fuels Does the Tax Code Favor? Manhattan Institute
  7. Nearly 6.4 Million Californians Lacked Health Insurance in 2007 Recession Likely to Reverse Small Gains in Coverage UCLA Center for Health Policy Research
  8. The Obama Administration Reaches Out to Syria: Implications for Israel Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
  9. Names in the News: Gov. Kathleen Sebelius National Institute On Money In State Politics
  10. Institutions Versus Policies: A Tale of Two Islands Brookings

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Aug 16 2008

HeinOnline is on Facebook

Hop on the official HeinOnline Page on Facebook for one-stop service, you can now explore various web2.0 applications including links to HeinOnline youtube videos, HeinOnline Flickr page, RSS feeds to keep track of updates of the HeinOnline Weblog.  Stay tuned for more coming custom applications on Facebook.


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