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I'm drafting The Networked Revolution chapter for the Rainie-Wellman
Can anyone suggest statistical indicators (or even qualitative ones) for
the turn from groups to networks in western societies?
Also, please note that we also have chapters (among others) on:
Networked Families: have lots of marriage, family size, women working
Networked Relationships: Community Lost > Liberated; Bowling
Alone/Networked; Social Isolation/Connectivity in America; Connected Lives
Networked Work: multiple work teams
Network Info: is the 2-step flow modified.
Please be hard-nosed. I have enough vague speculations myself;-)
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