The development and maintenance of social ties : a case study of a nursing school
There are many possible relationships that may be formed when a group of individuals interact together on a regular basis. In practice these relationships may range from the closest friendship, through indifference based on the barest minimum knowledge, to enmity or antipathy. That is, in a group of individuals up to a certain limit and over a given space of time every individual will know something about every other individual. Only a subset of these relationships will emerge as being...[Show more]
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