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Another account of density in relationshops as maintaining the circulation
of the same information and stagnating low-income immigrant men in poverty
can be found in Cecilia Menjivar's 2000. Fragmented Ties.
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> To my mind, Herb Gans' classic _The Urban Villagers_ (1962) is the classic
> about isolated densely-knit community not being able to form external
> Mark Granovetter makes this point in his famous "The Strength of Weak
> Ties" (which is about a lot more than Gladwell highlighted), and in the
> mid-1970s, he and Gans had a smart debate in the pre-blog American Journal
> of Sociology.
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