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As a social networks ethnographic researcher I invite you to attend the
sessions we are organizing in qualitative social networks at the 2007
Sunbelt conference in Corfu.
Just a note that qualitatively gathered social network information can be
graphed and manipulated acordingly as it was done in a recent mixed-method
article I am working on with Isidro Maya Jariego and which will be presented
I recommend also, Tally's Corner and Fragmented Ties by Cecilia Menjivar,
both books based on ethnographic methods demonstarte the dynamics behind the
negotiation of social relationships. Menjivar's book is excellent in its
ability to demonstrate how structure impacts culture destroying family ties.
Silvia Dominguez PhD
Sociology & Anthropology
360 Huntington Ave
525 Holmes Hall
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Sent: Thursday, January 11, 2007 7:43 PM
Subject: what is a qualitative social network
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> Dear all,
> I am having a hard time understanding what really is a qualitative
> social network or qualitative social network analysis. Can you show me an
> example illustrating the differences between quantitative and qualitative
> Much appreciated!
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