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The Social Network Revolution

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This chapter contains sections titled: Toward the Social Network Revolution, Weaker Group Boundaries, Increased Personal Autonomy, People Think They Are in Groups but They Really Are in Networks, People Think They Act Independently but They Really Are in Networks, Thinking Networked, The Social Network Perspective Develops, The Founding Grandfather — Georg Simmel, The Cold War Begets Social Network Thinking, The Structure of Social Networks, Analyzing Social Networks, Clusters of Networked Individuals, Personal Networks, Networked Societies