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July 18, 2005

Social Network Analysis and Systems Change

Roberta M. Snow, Ph.D. and Evan A. Leach, Ph.D.

University of Pennsylvania and West Chester University
Contact: Roberta M. Snow @ [email protected]

Snow and Leach provide an example of how systems methodology and social science methods have evolved on parallel tracks.  Social network analysis provides a tool for systems thinkers and interventionists to describe and understand a system from its members points of view.

To read this article, click on the link: Social Network Analysis and Systems Change.

Posted by ACASA on July 18, 2005 at 02:15 PM in Systems Articles | Permalink


The figure has been corrected and the paper reposted.


Posted by: Roberta M. Snow at Aug 5, 2005 3:40:45 PM

Good work. I'd like to see Figure 1, please publish it in another way.

Moacyr E.A. da Graça
Escola Politécnica USP
São Paulo - Brazil

Posted by: Moacyr E. A. da Graça at Aug 1, 2005 9:10:43 AM

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