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ZBÍRAL, David a Tomáš HAMPEJS. Women, Men, and Medieval Heresy : Tackling an Old Question through Network Analysis. In Historical Network Research 11.-13.9. 2018 Brno. 2018.
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Základní údaje
Originální název Women, Men, and Medieval Heresy : Tackling an Old Question through Network Analysis
Autoři ZBÍRAL, David (203 Česká republika, garant, domácí) a Tomáš HAMPEJS (203 Česká republika, domácí).
Vydání Historical Network Research 11.-13.9. 2018 Brno, 2018.
Další údaje
Originální jazyk angličtina
Typ výsledku Prezentace na konferencích
Obor 60304 Religious studies
Stát vydavatele Česká republika
Utajení není předmětem státního či obchodního tajemství
WWW URL
Kód RIV RIV/00216224:14210/18:00103687
Organizační jednotka Filozofická fakulta
Klíčová slova anglicky gender; medieval heresy; social network analysis; network extraction from texts
Štítky rivok
Příznaky Mezinárodní význam, Recenzováno
Změnil Změnila: Mgr. Monika Kellnerová, učo 430435. Změněno: 15. 3. 2019 13:06.
Anotace
The role played by women in medieval dissident movements has been intensively discussed for decades and various powerful examples, mainly from inquisitorial records, have been cited to illuminate this issue. However, the focus on individual cases necessarily leaves the larger questions unresolved. We lack entirely the big picture of women’s actual involvement, and have no idea whether it was any different from that of men. Quantitative studies remain extremely scarce, and they rely on counting numbers of women (and men) or instances of preaching by women (and men). Social network analysis seems to be an extremely relevant approach capable of revealing the social microstructure of medieval dissident Christianity’s networks, and shedding new light on this issue. The global question in this paper is whether there is any significant difference among the roles played by men and women as approximated by various network measures. The data is three large sets of inquisitorial records (ca. 1000-1500 nodes in each network) from Languedoc in 1270s-1320s when this area was an important laboratory of the early inquisition. The paper explores the possibilities and limits of social network analysis of data from inquisitorial records, automatically extracted from indices of personal names, and evaluates the validity of this method against a smaller sample of manually coded data.
Návaznosti
MUNI/A/0819/2017, interní kód MUNázev: Nové výzkumné metody v historické religionistice (Akronym: NOVYMHIR)
Investor: Masarykova univerzita, Grantová agentura MU, DO R. 2020_Kategorie A - Specifický výzkum - Studentské výzkumné projekty
Zobrazeno: 29. 11. 2020 03:39