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Vincent Buskens. Social Networks and Trust. Kluwer Academic Press. 2002. 269pp.

Alain Degenne; Michel Forsť. Introducing Social Networks. Sage Publications. 1999. 248pp.

Patrick Doreian; Frans N. Stokman (editor). Evolution of Social Networks. Routledge. 1997. 261pp.

Linton C. Freeman. The Development of Social Network Analysis: A Study in the Sociology of Science. BookSurge. 2004. 205pp.

Martin Kilduff; Wenpin Tsai. Social Networks and Organizations. Sage Publications. 2003. 172pp.

Michael Lewis; Keiko Takahashi (editor). Beyond the Dyad: Conceptualization of Social Networks. Karger Publishers. 2005. 114pp.

Jay Liebowitz. Social Networking: The Essence of Innovation. Scarecrow Press. 2007. 130pp.

Lambert Maguire. Understanding Social Networks. Sage Publications. 1983. 119pp.

Peter Mika. Social Networks and the Semantic Web. Springer. 2007. 234pp.

John Scott. Social Network Analysis: A Handbook. Sage Publications. 2000. 208pp. Updated edition.

John Scott (editor). Social Networks: Critical Concepts in Sociology. Taylor & Francis. 2002. 408pp.

Fernando Vega-Redondo. Complex Social Networks. Cambridge University Press. 2007. 294pp.

Stanley Wasserman; Katherine Faust. Social Network Analysis: Methods and Applications. Cambridge University Press. 1994. 825pp.

Duncan J. Watts. Six Degrees: The Science of a Connected Age. W. W. Norton. 2003. 368pp.



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