His primary areas of study are The Internet, International communication, Economic geography, World-systems theory and Network analysis. His The Internet study incorporates themes from Industrial relations, Telecommunications, Digitization and Centrality. His studies deal with areas such as Social science, Social network, Social support and Turnover as well as Centrality.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Telecommunications network, Development economics and International telecommunication. The study incorporates disciplines such as Convergence and Public relations in addition to World-systems theory. His study of Network analysis brings together topics like Social change, Technology forecasting, Trademark, Economy and Social influence.
George A. Barnett mainly focuses on The Internet, World Wide Web, Network analysis, Structure and Social network. The concepts of his The Internet study are interwoven with issues in Telecommunications and Social science. The Social media research George A. Barnett does as part of his general World Wide Web study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Information system, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Network analysis and Air traffic control. Public relations, World-systems theory, Webometrics and International communication are fields of study that overlap with his Structure research. He combines subjects such as Social influence and Social psychology with his study of Social network.
His scientific interests lie mostly in World Wide Web, Semantic network analysis, Social network, Network analysis and Social media. He does research in World Wide Web, focusing on The Internet specifically. His study in The Internet is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Geopolitics, Media conglomerate and Gatekeeping, Advertising.
The Social network study combines topics in areas such as Young adult, Target audience and Online discussion. His Social media study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Theme, Public relations and International relations. His studies deal with areas such as Public sphere and Public opinion as well as Public relations.
Semantic network analysis, World Wide Web, The Internet, Genome editing and Framing are his primary areas of study. His Semantic network analysis study spans across into fields like Information retrieval, Artificial intelligence, Semantic computing, Explicit semantic analysis and Natural language processing. His work on Social network as part of general World Wide Web study is frequently linked to Identification and Graph, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His study on Internet governance is often connected to Inequality as part of broader study in The Internet. His work investigates the relationship between Framing and topics such as Public opinion that intersect with problems in Public relations. George A. Barnett combines Public relations and Structure in his research.
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Technological Forecasting & Social Change
Yoonjae Nam;George A. Barnett.
Progress in Communication Sciences
Melvin J. Voigt;Gerhard J. Hanneman;Brenda Dervin;Usha Hariharan.
A Semantic Network Analysis of the International Communication Association
Marya L. Doerfel;George A. Barnett.
Human Communication Research (1999)
The Determinants of International News Flow A Network Analysis
Kyungmo Kim;George A. Barnett.
Communication Research (1996)
Comparing world city networks: a network analysis of Internet backbone and air transport intercity linkages
Junho H. Choi;George A. Barnett;Bum‐Soo Chon.
Global Networks-a Journal of Transnational Affairs (2006)
Research on international student flows from a macro perspective: A network analysis of 1985, 1989 and 1995
Tse-Mei Chen;George A. Barnett.
Higher Education (2000)
A Longitudinal Analysis of the International Telecommunication Network, 1978-1996:
George A. Barnett.
American Behavioral Scientist (2001)
Handbook of Organizational Communication
Gerald M. Goldhaber;George A. Barnett.
Predicting Employee Turnover from Communication Networks.
Thomas H. Feeley;George A. Barnett.
Human Communication Research (1997)
A Structural Analysis of Media Convergence: Cross-Industry Mergers and Acquisitions in the Information Industries
Bum Soo Chon;Junho H. Choi;George A. Barnett;James A. Danowski.
Journal of Media Economics (2003)
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