by Ron Riesenbach

February 1, 1994

This is number 14 in a series of electronic newletters for participants of the Ontario Telepresence Project.


Barry Wellman, "An Egocentric Network Tale" SOCIAL NETWORKS 15 (Dec., 1993): 423-36.

ABSTRACT: The record is set straight as to who did what in the earlier days of egocentric network analysis - Toronto style.

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