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Volume 1: No. 4, October 2004

ORIGINAL RESEARCH
Inter-organizational Relationships Within State Tobacco Control Networks: A Social Network Analysis

Five state tobacco control networks – monthly contact

State

High control over communication

Relatively high control over communication

Moderate control over communication

Low control over communication

Washington

WADOH

ACS

WATCH

WASHA

 

ALA

WAAG

TFSpokane

   

GHC-CHP

Puyallup

   

MWW

Tacoma-PierceHD

   

Sedgewick

 
   

PugetESD

 
   

KingCC

 

Indiana

ITPC

DOH

MC TCP

B&G Clubs

   

ITPC Board

 
   

TS IN

 
   

AHA

 
   

ACS

 
   

Latino Inst

 
   

SF IN

 
   

MZD

 
   

ISMA

 
   

SFAC

 
   

Black Expo

 
   

IMHC

 

Wyoming

DOH TPCP

Natrona

ACS

PSFF

   

AHA

WY SAC

   

Laramie

DOE

   

WY MS

DMCH

   

WY TUP

 
   

Legislature

 

New York

DOH TCP

ACS

Board

Env Health

   

Coalition SF City

Desmond

   

AHA

CDC-OSH

   

NYPIRG

Roswell

   

ALA

 
   

Coalition TF NY

 
   

OCM BOCES

 
   

Healthy Schools

 

Michigan

TFMAC

Law & Policy

Cristo

Wayne

MDCH TS

ALA

ACS

FACED

Gerontology

 

AHA

Genesee

     

U of M Health

     

Marquette

     

CTUPR

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Five state tobacco control networks – money flow

State

Highly influences others

Influences others

Balance of influence

Influenced by others

Highly influenced by others

Washington

WADOH

WASHA

ALA

Sedgewick

WATCH

   

Tacoma-Pierce HD

MWW

Puyallup

   

GHC-CHP

PugetESD

KingCC

   

WAAG

TFSpokane

 
   

ACS

   

Indiana

ITPC

SFAC

ITPC Board

SF IN

Latino Inst.

 

DOH

AHA

B&G Clubs

IMHC

   

TS IN

MZD

Black Expo

     

ISMA

 
     

MC TCP

 
     

ACS

 

Wyoming

Legislature

DOH TPCP

DOE

DMCH

WY TUP

 

ACS

 

PSFF

 
 

WY MS

 

Natrona

 
 

AHA

 

Laramie

 
     

WY SAC

 

New York

DOH TCP

Coalition LI

Board

Roswell

ALA

 

CDC-OSH

Env Health

ACS

NYPIRG

   

OCM BOCES

Coalition TFNY

 
   

AHA

Healthy Schools

 
   

Desmond

Coalition SF City

 

Michigan

MDCH TS

Gerontology

Cristo

Law & Policy

TFMAC

 

ACS

FACED

U of M Health

 
 

AHA

Wayne

   
 

ALA

Genesee

   
 

CTUPR

Marquette

   
         

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Five state tobacco control networks — very productive relationships

State

Many very productive relationships

Several very productive relationships

Some very productive relationships

Few very productive relationships

Washington

WADOH

WATCH

WASHA

Puyallup

WAAG

GHC-CHP

KingCC

 

ALA

Tacoma-Pierce HD

PugetESD

 
 

MWW

ACS

 
 

TFSpokane

Sedgewick

 

Indiana

ITPC

MZD

Black Expo

B&G Clubs

 

ITPC Board

SFAC

 
 

AHA

Latino Inst

 
 

ACS

TS IN

 
 

DOH

IMHC

 
 

ISMA

MC TCP

 
 

SF IN

   

Wyoming

WYTUP

DOH TPCP

DOE

Legislature

 

PSFF

WY MS

 
 

Laramie

DMCH

 
 

AHA

   
 

ACS

   
 

WY SAC

   
 

Natrona

   

New York

DOH TCP

Coalition SF City

CDC-OSH

Roswell

ACS

Coalition LI

OCM BOCES

Desmond

AHA

Coalition TF NY

Healthy Schools

 

ALA

NYPIRG

Board

 
   

Env Health

 

Michigan

MDCH TS

Genesee

Cristo

U of M Health

ALA

AHA

FACED

 

TFMAC

Gerontology

Wayne

 
   

ACS

 
   

Marquette

 
   

Law & Policy

 
   

CTUPR

 

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