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don't name generators tend to be relational: friend, kin, etc.?
at least, when we do ego-net research, we do it that way.
btw, nostalgia buffs may be interested in knowing we've just put in a
proposal for the THIRD EAST YORK study -- this time, in the time of the
Internet. We'll know next April.
Barry Wellman Professor of Sociology NetLab Director
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Centre for Urban & Community Studies University of Toronto
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On Sun, 27 Oct 2002, maycoln teodoro wrote:
> Date: Sun, 27 Oct 2002 09:43:36 -0200
> From: maycoln teodoro <[log in to unmask]>
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Density
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> Dear SOCNET-ters,
> As a beginning Socnet adept I have a question. I would like to know what is
> the best manner to calculated density in an ego network, which the name
> generator was ?who belong to your family? and the question was ?X is close
> to Y?.
> I am not sure if the formula ? = L/g(g-1) were the best one because in this
> case the network was defined by the relationship and not by the name
> I hope one of you has time to help me with my problem, thanks in advance!
> Best regards,
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