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The study at http://spq.sagepub.com/content/75/2/149.abstract may be
somewhat useful to you. It uses data on a science training program and
gets information on identity and social structures, including some
network data. It's been a while since I read it closely, but the work is
solid from a social psychological perspective.
Merolla et al, 2012. Structural Precursors to Identity Processes: The
Role of Proximate Social Structures. Social Psychology Quarterly 75:2,
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On 1/22/2014 8:51 PM, Fabian Held wrote:
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> Dear SOCNET members
> I am currently in the process of developing a survey to capture the networks of
> relations that contribute to medical students' learning experiences in service-
> based placements (think student-run clinics).
> We know that students learn and progress in various dimensions during these
> placements, including their clinical skills, their personal professional
> development, and their understanding of the health system in general.
> However, I have been struggling to find publications that approach this kind of
> learning from a relational perspective - and I was hoping some of you could
> give me a lead here. I am especially looking for (ideally validated) quantitative
> surveys that address relationships with role models, mentors, supervisors,
> teachers, supporting peers, and patients, etc.
> Any hints would be greatly appreciated.
> Fabian P Held, PhD
> Research Associate in Computational Modelling
> Integrative Systems Lab
> Charles Perkins Centre
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