Social network analysis: a primer on engaging communities on climate adaptation in New South Wales, Australia
- Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS
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- 2017, pp. 1 - 18
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A network is a group or system of interconnected people or things. Social networks connect people. Those connections provide advantages to members of the network through access to private information, diverse skills and power, which makes the understanding of networks important for the formulation and communication of policy. The Adaptive Communities Node used a network analysis methodology to understand the formal and informal knowledge channels that communicate climate change adaptation policy throughout regional communities (Harman et al, 2016; Harman et al 2015a; Harman et al 2015b). The results of case studies in these communities (centred on Shoalhaven, Bega and Orange) have been published through the UTS:ISF NSW Adaptation Research Hub (https://www.uts.edu.au/research-and-teaching/our-research/institute-sustainable-futures/our-research/climate-change/nsw). This primer serves as a companion document to those reports.
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