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  • Explorations in Structural Analysisby Ronald L. Breiger

    Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 100.00

    At a time when most of the innovative techniques in empirical sociology concern themselves with networks of relations among variables (such as indices of occupational prestige, education and income), the central theme of this volume is that there is much substantive insight and analytical leverage to be gained from a conceptualization of social structure... more...

  • Contexts of Social Capitalby Ray-May Hsung; Nan Lin; Ronald L. Breiger

    Taylor and Francis 2010; US$ 43.95

    The concept of social capital refers to the ways in which people make use of their social networks in "getting ahead." Social capital isn?t just about the connections in networks, but fundamentally concerns the distribution of resources on the basis of exchanges. This volume focuses on how social capital interacts with social institutions, based... more...

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