> As for what will be so large as to cause respondent fatigue, it's not
> give a particular number. It depends, among other things, on how dense the
> network is. If the network has a total of 120 people and each person in
> network has only half a dozen connections, there shouldn't be much
> fatigue as long as the names are organized in a way that makes it easy for
> respondent to locate the ones he or she is connected to.
I don't know how much fatigue my respondents felt, but I've done surveys in
which people chose names from a list quite a bit longer than 120 people. The
results *seemed* ok ... steve.