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here is one example:
Kwait, J., Valente, T. W., & Celentano, D. D. (2001).
Interorganizational relationships among HIV/AIDS service organizations
in Baltimore: A network analysis. Journal of Urban Health, 78, 468-487.
Teresio Poggio wrote:
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>A colleague of mine is studying how organizations (social services,
>schools, charities...) cooperate in the field of social work. I've
>suggested him a SNA perspective but I'm just a beginner in this field
>and my interests in SNA are not at an inter-organizational level...
>I would like to ask about references to illustrative papers and
>information on inter-organizational networking in the field of social
>work. His interest may be in both an ego-networks and a
> I am going to post to the list all the collected info.
>University of Trento, Italy
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Thomas W. Valente, PhD
Director, Master of Public Health Program
Department of Preventive Medicine
School of Medicine
University of Southern California
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Alhambra CA 91803
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