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May I add,
Boissevain, J. (1974). Friends of friends: Networks, manipulators, and
coalitions. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
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> For those who want to know about qualitative approaches to social
> networks, I suggest you start with two classic foundational books:
> Bott, Elizabeth. 1957. Family and Social Network. London: Tavistock.
> Mitchell, J Clyde (Ed.). 1969. Social Networks in Urban Situations.
> Manchester: Manchester University Press.
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