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Formal network methods in history: why and how?

Abstract : This paper discusses the application of the kind of formal network methods more commonly used in sociology to historical materials and especially to rural history. It addresses specifically historical questions related to sources and to the dynamics of network as well as more general questions about the underlying theories of social network analysis.
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Claire Lemercier. Formal network methods in history: why and how?. Social Networks, Political Institutions, and Rural Societies, Brepols, pp.281-310, 2015, 978-2-503-54804-3. ⟨10.1484/M.RURHE-EB.4.00198⟩. ⟨halshs-00521527v2⟩



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