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Dear social networks and community studies colleagues,
I am coauthoring a paper with geographers Diana Mok and Ranu Basu.
We're taking my pre-internet East York strong ties data and doing some
fancy distance modeling with it.
(Prelim results at Social NEtwork conference in Slovenia, mid-May).
We would appreciate some guidance as to the research literature about the
relationship of residential distance to:
the provision of minor services (lending cups of sugar)
the provision of major services (health care, etc.)
Please respond to all THREE of us. We'll digest on the lists.
Barry Wellman Professor of Sociology NetLab Director
wellman at chass.utoronto.ca http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~wellman
Centre for Urban & Community Studies University of Toronto
455 Spadina Avenue Toronto Canada M5S 2G8 fax:+1-416-978-7162
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