Freeman, Linton C. "See you in the Funny Papers. Cartoons and Social Networks." In: Connections 23.1 (2000), S. 32–42.
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Keywords: Cartoon, Comic strip, Communications, Themes and motives, USA
In the present note, I will review some of the cartoons published in the last few years that focus on social networks. One aim is to entertain. But, at the same time, I will show cartoons that reveal the core ideas behind a wide range of important structural research. Cartoons of this sort might be used to provide the uninitiated with a painless introduction to some key network concepts and research findings.
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