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Jean, et al.
See the questionnaires we did in studying networks of scientists.
I am copying to Emmanuel Koku who has them in his custody.
And see the papers with Koku on my website (you can find the lead to the
published version in my About Barry vita on the site), as well as the new
paper with Howard White, coming out in Jan. in JASIST, where social
networks meet citation networks.
Also, Alicia Zuccala is finishing a doctorate here on mathematicians'
Finally, you should go the CRW (U of Michigan) website which is spending
lots of time studying Big Science.
I love studying scholars/scientists because their output measures are
second only to those for professional sports.
Barry Wellman Professor of Sociology NetLab Director
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Centre for Urban & Community Studies University of Toronto
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To network is to live; to live is to network
On Fri, 5 Dec 2003, Jean Singer wrote:
> Date: Fri, 5 Dec 2003 10:50:48 -0500
> From: Jean Singer <[log in to unmask]>
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Sample Questionnaires
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> Greetings SocNetters --
> I'm working on my thesis, and will be examining the social networks of
> creative R&D scientists in terms of their range, that is, the degree to
> which they are connected to diverse others (Burt 1983). My challenge
> right now is designing the questionnaire. I've read a number of
> descriptions of questionnaire design (e.g., Marsden) but have not been
> able to find many actual samples. It would help to get the look and
> feel, and learn from the phrasing and structure of questions that other
> people have used. I've also checked the SocNet FAQs -- there's a
> question on name generators, but it's not yet answered. Can anyone
> point me to a good source of sample questionnaires? Both paper and
> electronic questionnaires would be of interest.
> Many thanks --
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