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Estimating Network Structure via Random Sampling: Cognitive Social Structures and the Adaptive Threshold Method
This paper introduces and tests a novel methodology for measuring networks. Rather than collecting data to observe a network or several networks in full, which is typically costly or impossible, we randomly sample a portion ...
Don’t Fence Me In: Barricade Sociality and Political Struggles in Mexico and Latvia
(Cambridge University Press, 2012-07)
In 1991, barricades in the streets of Riga, Latvia, shielded important landmarks from Soviet military units looking to prevent the dissolution of the USSR; in 2006, barricades in the streets of Oaxaca, Mexico, defended ...