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YOu might be interested in a very good University of Toronto
sociology doctoral dissertation, "Growing Up Canandian: Language, Culture,
and Identity Among Second-Generation Chinese Youths in Canada," by Emi
Ooka, 2002. Among other things she shows the connections between the
ethnic composition of networks and Chinese/mainstream culture, for Chinese
Canadian high shcool students in Toronto.
On Fri, 3 Oct 2003, Michael J Mason wrote:
> Hello group,
> I am seeking information, papers, suggestions, ideas, etc. on egocentric network analyses, power analysis with egocentric samples, and cultural
> variations of social networks, particularly with adolescents.
> Thanks much,
> Michael Mason
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