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> From: Roderick Lee [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Monday, July 10, 2006 11:44 AM
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> Subject: qualitatively analyzing social capital/the social network over
> I'm working on a qualitative/action research project that includes a newly
> formed distributed group of 11 historians. Although communication will be
> primarily mediated by technology, there are 4 planned face-to-face
> Given that this is a single case, what is the standard approach to
> qualitatively analyzing social capital/the social network over time? Are
> there any specific scales/instruments that are widely accepted?
> Roderick L. Lee
> PhD Candidate
> Information Sciences & Technology
> Penn State University
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