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I've looked at multi-media effects across different kinds of activities for a CS
department, and for distance learners. Try this paper first and if you'd like
further info, let me know. /Caroline
Haythornthwaite, C. (2001). Exploring multiplexity: Social network structures in
a computer-supported distance learning class. The Information Society, 17(3),
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>Date: Tue, 9 May 2006 10:45:45 +0200
>From: Tom Erik Julsrud <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Comparing ICT-mediated networks
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>I have a dataset consisting of 17 peoples advice-network in a company
>that is highly distributed. I have also asked the informants how the
>different relations is supported by their available ICT (e-mail, mobile
>phones and IM/SMS) and I would like to analyse closer the difference
>between the media use within the group. (For instance if some mediated
>networks are highly similar to the advice network, towards the manager
>in the groups, etc). Does any of you have suggestions of what kind of
>analysis would be appropriate for a comparison of mediated networks and
>advice-networks in such a small group? Or do you know about articles
>where similar analysis has been conducted?
>Grateful for any ideas or comments!
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