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Some people asked me about additional literature on Islamic networks. Here
are some English titles:
Margaret L. Meriwether: The notable families of Aleppo: networks and
structures. Diss., Univ. of Pennsylvania 1981.
Denoeux, Guilain: Urban unrest in the Middle East. New York 1993
Bayat, Asef: Street politics: Poor People's Movements in Iran. Cairo 1998
Singerman, Diane: Avenues of participation: family, politics and networks in
urban quarters of Cairo. Princeton 1995.
Holmes-Eber, Paula: Daughters of Tunis: women, family, and networks in a
Muslim city. Boulder 2003.
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