Does the Internet as it is Today Nullify Benefits Promised by Granovetter’s “Strength of Weak Ties”?
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When Granovetter came up with his strength of weak ties theory back in 1973, the Internet wasn’t around and Internet technologies such as the semiconductor which was used to build computers were still in their early [...]
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