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In the article below, we explore friendship and trust trough strong ties in the context of an environmental health study. See also the review from Perkins et al. (2015).
Mertens, F. et al. 2015. The role of strong-tie social networks in mediating food security of fish resources by a traditional riverine community in the Brazilian Amazon. Ecology and Society 20(3): 18. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-07483-200318
Perkins, J. M. et al. (2015). Social networks and health: a systematic review of sociocentric network studies in low-and middle-income countries. Social Science & Medicine, 125, 60-78.
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I am looking to explore friendship and trust networks within healthcare teams in general practice. I have developed some draft questions, however does anyone know of any validated network surveys/network questions used to explore ‘friendship’?
Many thanks in advance.
Best WishesSebSebastian StevensPhD Candidate - Medical StudiesCAMERAPlymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medcine and DentistryAssociate LecturerSchool of GovernmentFaculty of BusinessRoom C507, Portland Square, Plymouth University, PL48AAEmail: [log in to unmask]Mobile: 07525 212364
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