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Hi Oliver,

Not sure how to define Brazil… but certainly inequalities are still huge. Anyway, here are some studies using SNA applied to community/regional development with implications for health/environmental policies in the Brazilian Amazon:

Mertens F, Saint-Charles J, Mergler D, Passos CJ, Lucotte M (2005) A network approach for analyzing and promoting equity in participatory Ecohealth research, EcoHealth, 2: 113-126.

Mertens F, Saint-Charles J, Lucotte M & Mergler D (2008) Emergence and robustness of a community discussion network on mercury contamination and health in the Brazilian Amazon. Health Education and Behavior, 35: 509-521.

Mertens, F., Saint-Charles, J. et Mergler, D. (2012). Social communication network analysis of the role of participatory research in the adoption of new fish consumption behaviors. Social Science and Medecine, 75: 643-650.

(in Portuguese) Mertens F, Távora R, da Fonseca IF, Grando RL, Castro M & Demeda K (2011) Social networks, social capital and environmental governance in the Amazonian Gateway Territory (in Portuguese: Redes sociais, capital social e governança ambiental no Território Portal da Amazônia). Acta Amazônica, 41: 481-492.

Le 2014-03-18 à 11:40, Olivier Walther <[log in to unmask]> a écrit :

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> Is anyone aware of any literature studying how social network analysis could be applied to regional development policies in developing countries?
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> Any references would be much appreciated!
>  
> Best wishes,
>  
> Oliver
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