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I'd also be suspect about the estimates of # of total
cards sent by measuring the number of cards sold
by Hallmark et al. More often than not I get letters
and photos from people or self-made cards but not
preprinted stuff from the rack.
(and sorry to all my friends this year who did not
get holiday cards!)
On 1/3/06, Blyden B. Potts <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> Interesting, but IMO assuming that people made a concerted effort to send
> Christmas cards to their full network of contacts would not be a strong
> assumption to make for most Americans. I would imagine that an estimate
> based on holiday cards would be only a fraction of the "full network". But
> perhaps Christmas cards are a much stronger cultural practice among the
> Valdis wrote:
> Here is the on-line PDF...
> On Jan 2, 2006, at 10:37 AM, Lynn Smith-Lovin wrote:
> > Hill, R.A. and R.I.M. Dunbar. 2003. "Social network size in
> > humans." Human Nature 14:53-72.
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