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Barry,

Thanks for the pointer. Turned out that Amazon.jp had a copy. Delivery sometime between October 10-15.

John

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Less elegantly than John McCreery, the late, great Steve Berkowitz and I discussed formalism and relationalism in the intro essay in our 1988 Social Structures: A Network Approach (available at your favorite used book store or landfill). Originally published in the Structuralism series that Mark Granovetter has quietly and usefully edited for Cambridge U Press for decades


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