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Bonds of pluralism: the form and substance of urban social networks [by] Edward O. Laumann.


New York, J. Wiley [1973] .
ISBN 047151845X, 9780471518457

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Subjects Detroit Metropolitan Area (Mich.) -- Social conditions.
Lokale gemeenschappen.
Michigan -- Detroit Metropolitan Area.
Réseaux sociaux -- Michigan -- Détroit, Agglomération de.
Social Conditions -- Michigan.
Social conditions
Social networks -- Michigan -- Detroit Metropolitan Area.
Social networks.
Social structure -- Michigan -- Detroit Metropolitan Area.
Social structure.
Sociale netwerken.
Sociale structuur.
Sociologie urbaine.
Sociology, Urban.
Stedelijke gebieden.
Structure sociale -- Michigan -- Détroit, Agglomération de.
Urban Population -- Michigan.
Urbanisation.
Urbanization -- Michigan.
Series Wiley series in urban research.
Description xxii, 342 pages illustrations 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1973]
Notes "A Wiley-Interscience publication."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 299-326).
Also issued online.
Contents 1. The form and substance of urban social structure: an overview -- Part I: Form: networks -- 2. Friends of urban men: accuracy of description, mutual choice, and attitude agreement -- 3. The social structure of ascriptive membership groups -- 4. The social structure of occupations: the role of achievement-based criteria in friendship choice -- 5. The homogeneity of friendship networks -- 6. Interlocking and radial friendship nets: a formal feature with important consequences -- Part II: Substance: attitudes and values -- 7. Voluntary association membership and the theory of mass society / Stephen J. Cutler -- 8. A reexamination of the status inconsistency hypothesis / Edward O. Laumann and David R. Segal -- 9. The persistence of ethnoreligious differences in the worldly success of third- and later-generation Americans -- 10. Urban social structure: some conclusions and prospects -- Social distance as a metric: a systematic introduction to smallest space analysis / David D. McFarland and Daniel J. Brown -- Sampling design for the 1965-1966 Detroit area study / Howard Schuman.
Geographic Area Michigan
Network Numbers (OCoLC)388629
(OCoLC)ocm00388629
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Laumann, Edward O.
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