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Hi, Sean: The data are hard to come by.  I would contact Tom Valente because I know he has data on a congregation that he studied to look at dissemination of influence re: Mammograms. I have also :cced this to a grad student who focuses on religion and was in my grad Social Networks class last semester.  Best, BAP

 

Bernice A. Pescosolido

Distinguished Professor of Sociology

Indiana University


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I am interested in tracking down network data on religious groups. They can be at the individual level (e.g., interactions within a faith community), group level (e.g, interactions between faith communities within a town or region), organizational level (e.g., between denominations -- note: I already have the data Mark Chaves used for his research into women's ordination) and so on. It doesn't have to be about people of faith per se, either. Networks of religious scholars would be useful as well.

Thanks,

Sean

Sean F. Everton, PhD
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