Social Network Analysis: Um Ensaio Sobre a Aplicabilidade na Análise de Cooperação em Contextos Esportivos

Por: Fernando Manuel Lourenço Martins, Filipe Manuel Clemente e Rui Sousa Mendes.

Conexões - v.13 - n.3 - 2015

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A cooperação entre companheiros de equipa e a forma como a mesma decorre é de fundamental importância para a compreensão dos processos sociais no interior de um grupo de trabalho no esporte. Para mensurar esta cooperação, métricas recentes baseadas na teoria de grafos tem fornecido uma nova abordagem capaz de potenciar as informações recolhidas quantitativamente. Assim, o presente ensaio tem como objetivo dar a conhecer as técnicas e possibilidades do Social Network Analysis no esporte e como tal abordagem poderá potenciar os estudos sociais. Análise das propriedades da rede de cooperação, bem como, métricas de determinação de dependência entre companheiros e centralidade individual serão apresentados e discutidos neste ensaio.

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