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Dear Dr Sappleton,
I think many of my papers would qualify as Mixed Methods.
Here are a few:
"Different Strokes from Different Folks: Community Ties and Social
Support" (with Scot Wortley).Continues the "Community Question" story
by using qualitative and quantitative data from the second East
York study to show how different types of community relationships
(especially kinship, friendship) affect the provision of different kinds
of social support. See also "Network Capital in a Multi-Level World".
[American Journal of Sociology 96, November, 1990: 558-88.]
"Connected Lives: The Project" (Barry Wellman and Bernie Hogan and Kristen
Berg, Jeffrey Boase, Juan-Antonio Carrasco, Rochelle Côté, Jennifer
Kayahara, Tracy L. M. Kennedy and Phuoc Tran).This first paper from the
Connected Lives project provides a preliminary view of the many linked
paths that our research is following. The Connected Lives project is our
third study of East York and the first to take the Internet (and other
ICTs) into account.
[Chapter 8 in Networked Neighbourhoods, edited by Patrick Purcell. London:
Plus many more, and of course, our Networked book.
Good luck on your Mixing,
S.D. Clark Professor of Sociology, FRSC NetLab Director
Department of Sociology 725 Spadina Avenue, Room 388
University of Toronto Toronto Canada M5S 2J4 twitter:@barrywellman
NETWORKED:The New Social Operating System. Lee Rainie & Barry Wellman
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