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See
Rice, R. E. & Aydin, C.  (1991).  Attitudes towards new organizational
technology: Network proximity as a mechanism for social information
processing.  Administrative Science Quarterly, 36, 219-244.

There, we use the org chart in two ways: as direct paths, and as structural
equivalence.  In addition to data measuring relational interaction, and
spatial proximity.

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Subject: Using Org Charts as Data Sources


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> Dear Colleagues,
>
> Can anyone point some references that have used organizational charts as
> data sources?  I am sure this has been done before,  but I'd like to get a
> sense of what works and what doesn't before going any further.  Thanks in
> advance.
>
> Regards,
> Brian Carolan
> College of Staten Island, CUNY
> http://www.briancarolan.org
>
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