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Granovetter Mark S. (1987), "Threshold Models of Collective Behavior",
American Journal of Sociology, vol. 83, n° 6, november, pp. 1420-1443

Volker Taeube a écrit :

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>Hello everybody,
>
>just having read the latest news on the riots in France I asked myself if
>anybody has already looked into the dynamics of the spread of such events
>from a network perspective?
>I think it would be interesting to see if it is usually the case that such
>"movments" start in the denser populated centers and spread to the periphery
>or if it also happens the other way around.
>Any ideas?
>
>Best regards,
>
>Volker
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