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Abstract : This book identifies a plurality of levels of collective agency in social life, assumes that actors operate across as well as within these levels, and provides a bouquet of models for multilevel network datasets to account for vertical and horizontal interdependencies in social life. It shows how concepts applied to analyse single-level networks can be extended to a multilevel perspective, and in turn be extended by it. In this way, it opens and explores new avenues of research for the emerging stream of multilevel network analyses. The volume ends with a general conclusion outlining the importance, limits and perspectives of these current methodologies.
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Emmanuel Lazega. Conclusion. Multilevel Network Analysis for the Social Sciences, Springer, pp.355 - 361, 2016, 9783319245188. ⟨hal-01520952⟩



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