If you can break the individual types into functions and maybe outline the timeline that the type tends to progress through using those functions:
Fe - 0-10 years of age - Primary (Consciousness) Function
Ni - 10-20 years of age - Secondary (Taking in Information) Function
Se/Si - 20 -25/25-30 - Tertiary (Descion Making Function) Function
Ti - Fourth (Arranging Life) Function
And then examine relationships between individuals using Intertype relations...
Then why couldn't you also build a model of social interaction using the quadras and also examine the conflicts and harmony that results from quadra interactions:
Location: The Stars
Goal: Moving Against/Organizing/Creating Tension
Location: informal Groups
Goal: To Design/Orchestrate/Rally/Related Commercially
Location: Formal Groups
Age: Old Age
Goal: Affiliation. Wisdom.
Location: Traditional Groups. Nature.
Alpha - Primary Function - Consicousness is Innovation
Beta - Secondary Function - Taking in information by moving against and testing established knowledge.
Gamma - Tertiary Function - Makes choices within ethical boundaries of society and channels information through established formal groups and methods
'Delta - Shadow Function - The ENTP who improves upon nature, the INTJ who strategizes within nature.
The Alpha Super Ego - To Innovate Social Change
Beta - Primary Function - Moving against established reality.
Gamma - Secondary Function -Taking in information about how to alter and what needs to be altered in modern society.
Delta Tertiary Function - The ENFJ who socializes and the INFP who harmonizes.
Gamma - Primary
Beta - Secondary Function - Moving against popular culture? Eliteism.
Alpha - Tertiary Function - Making power moves, moving in elite circles, heirarchy.
Delta Shadow Function - The ENTJ who militarizes, regiments, standardizes and the INTJ who designs trends both in opposition to nature.
Gamma - Secondary - Taking in information by belonging.
Beta - Tertiary - Moving against nature
Alpha Shadow Function To master nature fishing hunting, religion, shamanism, counseling