A social network is defined as a group of connections between two or more people based on any variety of relationships. The network connections we measure are based on kinship, labor exchanges, using the same rice mill, sharing agricultural equipment and temples. These networks mirror the way ideas or information flows between people, across households, and between villages. A typical social network is a kinship network, which are connections or ties based on relationships of blood or marriage. Other types of social networks are more loosely defined.
a collection of individuals linked together by a set of relations
a collection of people, organized by their relationships to each other
a group of people connected by relationships
a group of people somehow related by some form of familiarity, such as a group of friends or family
a group of people with common interests, practices or information beyond the formal organization chart who can become either strong supporters or enemies for the change
a map of relationships between individuals, indicating the ways in which they are connected through various social familiarities ranging from casual acquaintance to close family ties
a network with a social cause, a social reason for being
a public structure made of connected points which are generally individuals or organisations
a set of actors and the relations that hold them together
a set of actors (or points, or nodes, or agents) that may have relationships (or edges, or ties) with one another
a set of people or groups of people, "actors" in the jargon of the field, with some pattern of interactions or "ties" between them
a set of social actors (e
a social structure between actors, called network theory) has emerged as a key technique in modern sociology, anthropology
a social structure between actors, mostly individuals
a social structure that describes relationship between individuals or group of individuals
a website whereby individuals describe themselves in a
The personal or professional set of relationships between individuals. Social networks represent both a collection of ties between people and the strength of those ties. Often used as a measure of social "connectedness", recognising social networks assists in determining how information moves throughout groups, and how trust can be established and fostered.
A web of interconnected people who directly or indirectly interact with or influence the student and family. May include but is not limited to family, teachers and other school staff, friends, neighbors, community contacts, and professional support.
Any group of people acquainted with one another, ranging from casual acquaintances to close family bonds.
The set of links between identified groups of people.
A series of social relationships that link an individual to others.
A social network a social structure made of nodes which are generally individuals or organizations. It indicates the ways in which they are connected through various social familiarities ranging from casual acquaintance to close familial bonds. The term was first coined in 1954 by J.