Social Network Analysis for Social Science Research Design

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Pattrawadee Makmee

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This article aims to analyze social networks for social science research design by synthesizing theories and related researches to form a guideline for analyzing social networks which is an analysis of relationships between different groups of people within and outside the organization so that collaboration and exchange of knowledge between them can be efficiently achieved. Regarding social network analysis in research design in the context of social science research, it involves studies to find facts, using the scientific system and method about behaviors, phenomena, or reactions as well as the thoughts of humans and the society to reveal knowledge and facts which can be used to solve social problems or to create new knowledge.

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