Collecting peer data and delineating peer networks in a complete network

@inproceedings{Kirke1996CollectingPD,
  title={Collecting peer data and delineating peer networks in a complete network},
  author={Deirdre M. Kirke},
  year={1996}
}
Abstract This paper outlines a method for collecting accurate ‘peer’ data by using two name generator and 13 name interpreter questions to collect ‘friend’ and ‘pal’ data from teenagers. The ‘peer’ data are then used to identify the complete network and to delineate the naturally existing peer networks in it. The findings suggest that the concept ‘friend’ should not be avoided when collecting ‘friend’ data. 

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