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I got the message but since the subject said "do men do it differently?"
and I didn't recognize the name, I junked it myself without opening it.


At 11:12 AM 2/13/2004 -0500, Valdis wrote:
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>My email SPAM filter spotted the word s** in your original email and
>automatically sent it to the Junk folder.  I assume that other junk
>mail filters did the same.  In this day of overly aggressive[a.k.a.
>dumb] junk mail filters you may consider using "gender" instead.  I
>starred out the word so that this message would get through spam
>filters where your previous may not have.
>
>You may find this compilation by Eszter Hargittai on Gender and Social
>Networks useful...
>-- http://newmedia.colorado.edu/~socwomen/resources/socialnet.html
>
>Valdis
>
>
>On Feb 13, 2004, at 9:47 AM, Lisa Peters wrote:
>
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>>>Dear  all,
>>>
>>>Does anybody know of literature on differences between men and women
>>>in how they use their social contacts? I want to study board members
>>>in a network of interlocking directorates (of Turkish
>>>self-organisations in Amsterdam) and if they use the contacts they
>>>have access to via their network. Do I have to take s** into account
>>>or not?
>>>
>>>Thank you in advance!
>>>
>>>kind regards,
>>>
>>>Lisa Peters
>
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