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Granovetter, 1995; people in neighborhoods would not necessarily name the essential and supportive informal connections “weak” ties.

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Fieldnotes.

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Wallace R., Fullilove R., 1999.

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The New York Times, 6/10/01.

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Landsberg et al., 1999.

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Coleman, 1987.

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