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CITATION: Doreian, Patrick, and Katherine L. Woodard. 1992. "Fixed List Versus Snowball Selection of Social Networks." Social Science Research 21(2): 216-233.

AUTHOR_1: Patrick Doreian
AUTHOR_2: Katherine L. Woodard
YEAR: 1992
TITLE: Fixed List Versus Snowball Selection of Social Networks
SOURCE: Journal
SOURCE_TITLE: Social Science Research

SUMMARY: Insert Summary Here.

LABELS_FULL: 1992, unreviewed, journal, snowball sampling, fixed list selection, expanding selection, methodology, longitudinal analysis

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