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> This book cites 17 books: (learn more)
> • Social Mobility and Social Structure (Structural Analysis in the
> Social Sciences) by Ronald L. Breiger in Front Matter
> • The Information in Contingency Tables by D.V. Gokhale in Back
> • Flows in Networks (Rand Corporation Research Studies Series) by
> L.R. Jr. Ford in Back Matter
> • Analysis of Binary Data, Second Edition by D.R. Cox in Back Matter
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> • Mexico's Mandarins: Crafting a Power Elite for the Twenty-First
> Century by Roderic Ai Camp on 7 pages
> • New Methods for Social History (International Review of Social
> History Supplements) by Larry J. Griffin on 4 pages
> • Social Connections in China : Institutions, Culture, and the
> Changing Nature of Guanxi (Structural Analysis in the Social Sciences)
> by Thomas Gold in Front Matter, Back Matter (1), and Back Matter (2)
> • Communities in Cyberspace by Marc A. Smith on page 218, and page
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