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This has been done for you by Lin Freeman. You may need to cut it down
and add some later stuff on ERGMs but Lin collected all the most
influential papers into a 4 volume set.
Social Network Analysis. Four Volume Set. London, BC, England: SAGE, 2007.
Quoting simone gabbriellini <[log in to unmask]>:
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> Dear List,
> I am trying to select some articles (6 to 10) to illustrate some
> sna tecniques. The intended audience is made of non sna-experts, so
> my intent is didactical. Still, I would like to present articles
> with a strong theoretical background that addresses sociological
> questions, not just tecniques.
> The point is to select a few really representative ones (on a
> billion, I guess), so I am here asking for advices...
> I've selected 6 main areas (but I welcome suggestions):
> 1 - centrality
> 2 - structural balance
> 3 - subgroups
> 4 - structural equivalence
> 5 - blockmodels
> 6 - very basic ergms
> thanks in advance for any help!
> Best regards,
> Simone Gabbriellini
> Researcher @ Panmind Research Centre
> Polo Universitario di Colle di Val d’Elsa
> Viale Matteotti 15,
> 53034 Colle di Val d'Elsa, Siena, Italy
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