For those interested in reading our thesis report, sorry for the delay in making it publicly available. It actually still hasn't made it through the marking process, so may undergo a few more slight changes. Regardless, I'm grateful to those that have shown interest in our work so I've made the final draft available here.
Regarding follow-up work, it looks like later this year another masters student will base their thesis on ours, extending it further in the direction of social network partitioning. We'll be collaborating with them, and hope to write a joint paper, which combines results from both theses.
I'm low on time right now so won't go into any discussion regarding results/findings. If you're interested, please read the report and ask/discuss/critique freely!