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Network EpidemiologyA Handbook for Survey Design and Data Collection$
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Martina Morris

Print publication date: 2004

Print ISBN-13: 9780199269013

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: August 2004

DOI: 10.1093/0199269017.001.0001

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The Collection and Analysis of Social Network Data in Nang Rong, Thailand

The Collection and Analysis of Social Network Data in Nang Rong, Thailand

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(p.175) 7 The Collection and Analysis of Social Network Data in Nang Rong, Thailand
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Network Epidemiology
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Martina Morris

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/0199269017.003.0009

This chapter describes the network data collected by the CEP-CPC Study of Social Change in Nang Rong, Thailand in 1994-95. The purpose of the study was to monitor and understand the sweeping demographic and social changes occurring in this province. The data collection included a community profile, household survey, and migrant follow-up in 51 villages with over 7,300 households and 42,000 persons. The household survey collected kin and agricultural support network data within and between villages, with household geographic coordinates; all households within a village were surveyed, so the within-village networks are complete. The chapter reviews the study design, fieldwork experience and measurement of network characteristics, and concludes by presenting a sampling of findings from studies using the network data.

Keywords:   agricultural support network, complete network, geographic network, social change, study design

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