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I know Swanson (sociology) at Ol' Miss is doing research on something like
that (NSF), but don't know of publications out of that yet.
Colleagues and I are also also conducting disaster network research (NSF),
but in a chronic disaster situation (Popocatepetl volcano in Puebla,
Mexico). We collect data in Feb and March next year. I can send you the
proposal if you want.
If you have more specific questions, I can try and respond based on
preliminary data we have for North Carolina hurricane victims.
Also, here are two citations from work I've done on the development of
networks in villages and in agricultural cooperatives in a pioneer
colonization setting. My interest was and is in what networks can tell us
in cases of extreme social change. Best, Eric
Jones, E.C. 2004. Wealth-Based Trust and the Development of Collective
Action. World Development 32(4):691-711.
Jones, E.C. 2003. Class-Based Social Networks in Regional Economic Systems.
Research in Economic Anthropology 22:3-23.
Eric C. Jones, Ph.D.
Department of Anthropology
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
426 Graham Building
Greensboro NC 27412-5001
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