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Thanks for the invite. Interesting survey. Not sure what the value of social networks is yet, though I hope they will serve as a marketing tool for my novels. Big problem is not having time to truly explore members' pages and interact with others.
Ha! I know a man (met him at a BEA a few years ago) with a book on headhunters. I suspect it is different from yours. Not of the sociological or anthropoligical ilk. He's a job hunter. (-:
Good luck. I am assuming you are an academic. My daughter is getting her Ph.D. in conversation analysis (sociology dept at UCLA). If you want to be put in touch with either of these people, e-mail be privately at firstname.lastname@example.org. (-: