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I have two studies on this for pen and paper work: 

Carrasco, J., Hogan, B., Wellman, B., & Miller, E. (2008). Collecting social network data to study social activity-travel behavior: An egocentered approach. Environment and Planning B, 35(6), 961–980. doi:10.1068/b3317t

Hogan, B., Carrasco, J., & Wellman, B. (2007). Visualizing Personal Networks: Working with Participant Aided Sociograms. Field Methods, 19(2), 116–144.

Feel free to email me offline for more details. 

Take care,
BERNiE 

Dr Bernie Hogan
Research Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute
University of Oxford

On 2013-02-16, at 11:21 AM, Gokhan Kaya <[log in to unmask]> 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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