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Hi Chris

maybe the World Values Survey is worthwhile to check out:
http://www.worldvaluessurvey.org/wvs.jsp

best
Maurice

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On Thu, Nov 6, 2014 at 11:03 AM, Chris Thoung <[log in to unmask]>
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> As part of a research project, I am interested in comparing how social
> connections between people within a country differ around the world. I am
> looking for data from a relatively recent year, that ideally would also be
> longitudinal, in order to compare across countries through time (although I
> would settle for snapshot).
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> I am mainly interested in networks that help an individual achieve an end
> goal (either for social or economic benefit), that for example might share
> information, opportunity, or access to particular resources.
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> The sort of data that would be of use to us might include:
>
> - The number of people participating in a particular kind of social
> network (whether online or otherwise), or having access to 'useful'
> information, opportunities or resources
> - The average number of connections of people in that country (within
> whatever network they are part of)
> - Demographic data that shows how network participation and access to
> information, opportunity or resource varies by different kinds of groups
> (e.g. gender, age, ethnicity)
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> I realise the request is somewhat broad, but I would be grateful for any
> suggestions you think might fit the ask.
>
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> Many thanks in advance.
> Chris Thoung, RSA
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