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you might be interested in our paper introducing Cognitive Aggregated
Social Structures (CASS), which we developed building on David
Krackhardt's Cognitive Social Structures (CSS) and Simon's idea of
chunking. It seems to be what you are looking for, including the fact
that it was published in the field of organizational research.
The reference is:
Fonti, F., Maoret, M., & Whitbred, R. 2015. Cognitive categorization and
network perception: Cognitive Aggregated Social Structures in opaque
networks. In Cognition and Strategy: Advances in Strategic Management
(volume 32): 147-179. Gavetti G, Ocasio W (eds). Emerald Group
Publishing Ltd: Bingley, UK.
It can be found here:
Hope it helps!
Fabio Fonti, PhD
Associate Professor - ESC Rennes School of Business
2 rue Robert d'Arbrissel - CS 76522 - 35065 Rennes Cedex - France
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On 10/10/2015 06:01, SOCNET automatic digest system wrote:
> Socio-cognitive mapping
> "Opitz, Christian" <[log in to unmask]>
> 10/9/2015 14:45
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> Dear all,
> I am interested in the survey instrument of what Peter Marsden calls
> “socio-cognitive mapping” (2011: 374). Rather than asking respondents
> about their perceptions of all alter-to-alter ties in a whole network
> (Krackhardt 1987), it focuses on their perceptions of cliques and clusters.
> Do you know of any recent network study which employs socio-cognitive
> mapping? I would particularly be grateful for any recommendation beyond
> an educational setting (e.g. Cairns 1985), for instance in the field of
> organisational research or political science.
> Many thanks!
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