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Measure: Social Networks   #211100

Definition:

This measure is an interviewer-administered questionnaire to assess whom respondents depend on for help in important general matters and specific health matters.

Purpose:

This measure captures each of the respondent’s network members and a complete assessment of network structure to construct the respondent’s social network and those network members whom they rely on for help with health-related and other matters. Social networks are known to affect the decisions people make and have been shown to affect health outcomes related to mental and physical health (Pescosolido & Wright, 2004; Stein et al., 1995).

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Keywords:

Social environments, network roster, network generator, social support, Important and Health Matters Social Network Battery, Indianapolis Network Mental Health Study, INMHS

Measure Release Date: May 31, 2016

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