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This brings up an interesting question:  as a member of APSA I have
access to a 'jobsearch' engine via their website.

Is there any such application for social network theorists?

-paul

Philip wrote:

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> Hi,
>
> I am presently seeking employment at the level of
> research fellow or assistant professor.
>
> I have two years experience as a research fellow
> in social networks at the University of Greenwich
> in London, and a year as a reseach fellow in political
> networks at UNAM (Mexico). I have a paper excepted
> for publication with Professor M.G. Everett and Dr. Peter
> Dankelmann.
>
> I also have experience teaching graph theory at the University
> of Ulsan in the Republic of Korea.
>
> Please write to me if you have a suitable position
> that I can apply for, or are interested in seeing my
> cv.
>
> Best Regards
>
> Philip Sinclair
>
>
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