***** To join INSNA, visit http://www.insna.org ***** White, D.R. & Johansen, U.C. (2006). Network Analysis and Ethnographic Problems: Process Models of a Turkish Nomad Clan, could perhaps, also be of interest.
Malick

Am 16.09.2013 15:37, schrieb Alan Sloane:
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Two other Norwegian connections to Ethnography and Social Network Analysis are John Barnes' original "network" paper, set in Norway:
"Class and Committees in a Norwegian Island Parish", Human Relations, February 1954, Vol.7, pp39-58.

And Bruce Kapferer, another of the Manchester Social Anthropology group, is now Professor of Anthropology in Bergen.
I had the pleasure of meeting both of them at the UK Social Networks conference in Manchester a few years ago.

Alan.

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