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Emmanuel Lazega, Tom A. B. Snijders, eds., Multilevel Network Analysis for the Social Sciences: Theory, Methods and Applications, Heidelberg-New-york-Dordrecht-London, Springer, 2016, 376 p.

Daniel Courgeau  By the same author


This work describes quantitative analysis of several types of groups of individuals, presenting it as complementary to multilevel analysis. It offers a complete review of advances in this highly productive area and an analysis of the role of social networks in collective action.

The first section, on theory, explains how the multilevel approach as initially developed in the social sciences (…)

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