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Network analysis and new agricultural technology: the analysis of social structure and development using relational matrices



Network analysis and new agricultural technology: the analysis of social structure and development using relational matrices



Methods for diagnosing research systems constraints and assessing the impact of agricultural research Volume I Diagnosing agricultural research system constraints Proceedings of the ISNAR/Rutgers Agricultural Technology Management Workshop, 6-8 July, 1988, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA: 249-266



The methods of social network analysis have been subjects of great interest and extensive development in recent years. Wider use and further development of these methods could lead to work on economic organization and economic process that is, more strictly, formally comparable from case to case and from study to study. This paper details some of the fundamental, matrix-based procedures used in network analysis and interprets them in terms of culture theory and social structure.

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