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As a first read, I'd recommend Knoke and Kuklinski, 1982. "Network
Analysis". Sage University Paper Series on Quantitative Applications
in the Social Sciences, No. 28.
For a thorough introduction, you should look at Wasserman and Faust, 1994.
"Social Network Analysis". Cambridge Univ. Press.
Hope this helps,
On Mon, 1 Dec 2003, Ken Cousins wrote:
> Snip, snip ...
> I would also appreciate suggestions as to ideal "first reads" - something akin to "Social Network Analysis for Dummies." If such a thing exists, please forward the citation information.
> Thanks in advance for your help and advice.
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