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Gökhan,

Here is a link to a visual Ego Network Survey form that we use in projects.  (The instructions have been edited/simplified to hide the identity of the project client.)

http://orgnet.com/EgoNetworkSurvey.pdf

This form is designed to work with our InFlow software, which allows "drawing" of network links with mouse, and easy update of node attributes with double-click -- so the data entry is very simple from the completed forms.  But, grad students have easily transfered the data from these completed forms to Excel.  ;-)

Good Luck!

Valdis Krebs
Orgnet,LLC
Twitter: orgnet
http://orgnet.com
http://thenetworkthinkers.com

On Feb 16, 2013, at 6:21 AM, Gokhan Kaya wrote:

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> Dear SOC-NET users,
> 
> I am preparing friendship network questions (ego-centered) for
> in-school survey, but have limited space for it.
> 
> I`d like add visually designed questions about the interconnections
> between his/her alters (who knows whom according to ego) so that
> respondents can draw these interconnections by themselves?
> 
> Appreciated if you recommend a literature/sample studies about it?
> 
> All the bests,
> Gökhan Kaya
> 
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http://thenetworkthinkers.com


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