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quantifying friendship :: pam :: 2
    TAGS: 1st Sentence, friendship, methodology, research, work

Measuring social capital through cost-benefit analysis may be difficult, but it is not impossible, and several excellent studies have identified useful proxies for social capital, using different types and combinations of qualitative, comparative and quantitative research methodologies.
April 1, 2005 at 11:45 AM
'mouse's avatar

Keith, did you ever find a copy?  I think I have my tri-quad-ology around here somewhere and would be honored to pass it on to you.

And Pam, if I read all those words right the answer is “I like you too.”

'mouse on 06/14/06 at 08:32 PM
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I did find a copy, and did exactly what I’ve done with nearly every other book that’s made it into my hands the last few years…. made it about 2/3 the way through.

I sometimes think I’ve lost the ability to read.

Keith on 06/14/06 at 09:19 PM



     


 

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