The Strength of Weak Ties and Issues of Embeddedness: a review of Granovetter’s theories on social network and organization

Zhong-qi LIU, Shui-ying Wei

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Based on the issues of the strength of weak ties and embeddedness, this paper haven taken a summary and review of Granovetter’s theories on social network analysis and organization.

Key words: Granovetter, Weak ties, Embeddedness Résumé: Basé sur les issues de forces de points faibles et d’enfoncement, ce document considéré comme un résumé et revue de théories de Granovetter sur l’analyse et l’organisation du réseau social.
Mots clés: Granovetter, points faibles , enfoncement

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.css.1923669720050103.015

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