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Latest revision as of 15:57, 6 October 2010


Original Message

From: Ben Ramalingam, posted on 2009/10/08

Hi all,

Does anyone know of examples of social network analysis (SNA) being applied within an aid agency?

I have a number of examples of SNA being used in cross-organisational multi-stakeholder processes (disaster response in Mozambique, civil society networks in Ghana, INEE etc), and work I did myself on actor-focused network analysis in SDC, but I have seen nothing which formally uses SNA in a particular agency... I am particularly interested in getting my hands on a social network visualisation.

Any tips or suggestions very warmly recieved.

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All replies in full are available in the discussion page. Contributions received with thanks from:

Ben Ramalingam
Rick Davies
Bakhtiar Ali
Giulio Quaggiotto
Valerie Brown
Reinier Battenberg
Barbara Fillip
Elizabeth Corley
Patti Anklam
Nancy White
Roxanna Samii

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