Han Zhang


125 Wallace Hall

Department of Sociology

Princeton University

Princeton, New Jersey, 08544

ude.notecnirp@2zh


I am a PhD student in Department of Sociology, Princeton University.
I obtained my B. S. in Computer Science and B. A. in History, 2013, from Peking University, China.

My research interest include social networks, computational social science, quantitative methods, social movements. One of my primay focus is to explore how network structure influence various segregation phenomena. I am also interested in exploring innovative ways to use big data for social research to address problems that can be hardly done with traditional social science data.

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New * June 2016: My paper "Causal Impact of Witnessing Political Protest on Civic Engagement" has won the Mayer N. Zald Distinguished Contribution to Scholarship Student Paper Award from the Section on Collective Behavior and Social Movements of ASA.


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