Social Analysis in Progress…

Net-Map Toolbox

Eva Schiffer : An interesting use of Net-Map going on in Tunisia, analyzing stakeholder networks in groundwater management. Originally posted on BirAlNas : One of the most important aspects of the Bir Al-Nas approach is the integration of social analysis into hydrogeochemical and hydrogeological investigations.

Take that, Gladwell: Vinegar, onions, social networks, and soccer nuts a revolution do make

Endless Knots

" Here's the beginning of David Kirpatrick and David Sanger's remarkable journalism: "CAIRO — As protesters in Tahrir Square faced off against pro-government forces, they drew a lesson from their counterparts in Tunisia: 'Advice to the youth of Egypt: Put vinegar or onion under your scarf for tear gas.'

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Trending Sources

Facebook and twitter aren’t the only networks that matter in Arab Spring

Net-Map Toolbox

It would be fascinating to sit down with some people from the old establishment, the new movements and some long time observers in Tunisia, Egypt or Yemen to ask: “Which individuals, organizations and groups will be most influential in shaping your country’s political future?&#

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Mapping a community – easy and not-so-easy

Learning Alliances

One response per country: Australia, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Chile, Denmark, Djibouti, Fiji, Indonesia, Jordan, Pakistan, Paraguay, Peru, Senegal, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Three responses had blank IP addresses so no country information is available.

Practical example: community of practice on e-government

Joitske Hulsebosch

The two-hours webcast where participants from Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Ghana, Rwanda, Kzakhstan, Moldova and the USA exchange experiences on their e-government projects is available online.