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Co-Citation of Prominent Social Network Articles in Sociology Journals : The Evolving Canon

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LAZER, David, Ines MERGEL, Allan FRIEDMAN, 2009. Co-Citation of Prominent Social Network Articles in Sociology Journals : The Evolving Canon. In: Connections. 29(1), pp. 43-64

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