Social Network Assessment Exercise

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Social Network Assessment Exercise Introduction This exercise is designed to help you identify patterns in your approach to developing networks of relationships. Follow the instructions for steps 1 through 4 below. Please DO NOT go to step 4 until you have completed steps 1-3. Step 1: List Your Network Contacts From time to time, most people discuss important matters with other people. Looking back over the last six months, who are the people with whom you discussed matters important to you ? List their names or initials on the numbered lines of the grid on the next page (see page 4 for an example). You may list as few or as many people as you wish. Step 2: Describe the Closeness of the Relationship For each person you listed in step 1, indicate the closeness of your relationship with him or her by placing an “X” on the continuum from “very close” to “distant.” Very close relationships are those characterized by high degrees of liking, trust, and mutual commitment. Distant
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