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As a community sociologist, Wellman began arguing that too much analysis of life online was happening in isolation from other aspects of everyday life.He published several papers (alone and with associates) arguing the need to contextualize Internet research, and proposing that online relations – like off-line – would be best studied as ramified social networks rather than as bounded groups.Caroline Haythornthwaite (for her dissertation and other works) and Wellman analyzed why computer scientists connect with each other – online and offline.They discovered that friendships as well as collaborative work were prime movers of connectivity at work.It provided evidence about which kinds of ties and networks supply which types of social support.It showed, for example, that sisters provide siblings with much emotional support, while parents provide financial aid.Wellman's initial project ("Cavecat" which morphed into "Telepresence") was in collaboration with Ronald Baecker, Caroline Haythornthwaite, Marilyn Mantei, Gale Moore, and Janet Salaff.
A second East York study, conducted in 1978-1979 at the University of Toronto's Centre for Urban and Community Studies, used in-depth interviews with 33 East Yorkers (originally surveyed in the first study) to learn more information about their social networks.
Wellman was honoured with the Lim Chong Yah He received his A. (Bachelor's) degree magna cum laude from Lafayette College in 1963, majoring in social history and winning prizes in both history and religious studies. During his first three years in Toronto, he also held a joint appointment with the Clarke Institute of Psychiatry where he working with D. This first East York study, with data collected in 1968, attempted to do a field study of a large population, linking interpersonal relations with psychiatric symptoms.
At Lafayette, he was a member of the Mc Kelvy Honors House and captained the undefeated 1962 College Bowl team, whose final victory was over Berkeley. This early study of "social support" documented the prevalence of non-local friendship and kinship ties, demonstrating that community is no longer confined to neighborhood and studying non-local communities as social networks.
Wellman was a professor at the Department of Sociology, University of Toronto for 46 years, from 1967 to 2013, including a five-year stint as S. Wellman was a faculty member at the Department of Sociology at the University of Toronto for 46 years, from 1967 to 2013. He has been married since 1965 to Beverly Wellman, a researcher in complementary and alternative medicine.
Since July 2013, he has co-directed the Net Lab Network. Until 1990, he focused on community sociology and social network analysis. D., co-directing the "Yorklea Study" in the Toronto borough of East York.
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The study showed that email is well-suited for maintaining regular contact with large networks, and especially with relationships that are only somewhat strong.