Please note that this is an outdated list. I will be updating this record in due time. The most up-to-date list is at my official academic page at the OII: Bernie Hogan at the Oxford Internet Institute

  • Hogan, Bernie. 2008. “Analyzing Social Networks via the Internet”. Fielding, Nigel, Ray Lee and Grant Blank. The Handbook of Online Research Methods. Sage: Thousand Oaks, CA. Forthcoming.Pre-release version..
  • Carrasco, Juan Antonio, Bernie Hogan, Barry Wellman and Eric Miller. Forthcoming. “Collecting social network data to study social activity travel: An egocentered approach”. Environment and Planning B. Abstract
  • Hogan, Bernie. “Using information networks to study social behavior”. IEEE Database Bulletin. 30(2). Pp. 6-14.Full Text
  • Hogan, Bernie, Juan Antonio Carrasco and Barry Wellman. 2007. “Visualizing Personal Networks: Working with Participant-Aided Sociograms”. Field Methods. 19(2).
  • Hogan, Bernie and Danyel Fisher. 2006. “A Scale for Measuring Email Overload”. Microsoft Research Working Paper, MSR-TR-2006-65.Full Paper
  • Wellman, Barry and Bernie Hogan with Kristen Berg, Jeffrey Boase, Juan-Antonio Carrasco, Rochelle Côte, Jennifer Kayahara, Tracy L.M. Kennedy, and Phuoc Tran. 2006. “Connected Lives: The Project.” In Purcell, Patrick. Networked Neighborhoods. Berlin: Springer.Full Paper
  • Wellman, Barry, and Bernie Hogan. 2004. “The Immanent Internet.” Pp. 54-80 in Netting Citizens, edited by Johnston R. McKay. Edinburgh: St. Andrew’s Press.Full Paper
  • Wellman, Barry, and Bernie Hogan. 2004. “The Internet in Everyday Life.” Pp. 389-397 in The Berkshire Encyclopedia of Human Computer Interaction, edited by William S. Bainbridge. Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing.Full Paper
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