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Here is a study that looks at both the whole network level and individual level in a repeated measures design.

 

J.C. Johnson, J. Boster, and L. Palinkas. "Social Roles and the Evolution of Networks in Isolated and Extreme Environments. The Journal of Mathematical Sociology  Volume 27/Numbers2-3, (2003): pp. 89-122.

 

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Subject: Case Study Unit of Analysis = A Social Network?

 

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In a SNA-based case study, would it be normal/common/acceptable to say that your unit of analysis is a social network?  Does anyone know of a study I can cite that does this?  Ideally I'd like to find a paper that explicitly states that the study's unit of analysis was a social network, but even if it's implied, that would be okay.  

 

Thank you. 

 

 

 

 

 

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