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COMM/SOCI 481 – Social Networks
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Hampton, Keith. 2010. “COMM/SOCI 481 – Social Networks”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


Social network analysis is the study of the patterns of social relations. Network analysis examines how the structure of social relations allocates resources, constrains behavior, and channels social change. It has applications in the study of friendship, communities, social support, Internet use, organizational behavior, mental and physical health, and...

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Social Networks
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College 400

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