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Is the Positive Network the Inverse of Negative Network?

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Investigating social support patterns of single mothers from a social network perspective

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More Gender Equality, More Homogamy? A Cohort Comparison in Six European Countries

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Network Effects on Rhythms of Scientific Publications

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Der Einfluss des Bildungsniveaus von Frauen auf das Scheidungsverhalten in der Schweiz, 1952–2013

-Rigt und Matthijs Kalmijn. 2002. Women’s labour market position and divorce in the Netherlands: evaluating economic interpretations of the work effect. European Journal of Population 18: 175-202. Salvini, Silvana und Daniele Vignoli. 2011. Things change: women’s and men’s marital disruption dynamics in Italy during a time of social transformations, 1970-2003. Demographic Research 24(5): 145-174. Schwartz, Christine R. und Robert D. Mare. 2005. Trends in educational assortative marriage from 1940 to 2003. Demography 42(4): 621

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Berufliche Multilokalität und politische Partizipation: Warum Shuttles an ihrem Arbeitsort aktiv werden

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Forest stand biomass of Picea spp.: an additive model that may be related to climate and civilisational changes

influence, “forest with its mystic grounds and shade brings a poetic spirit to the people living in it”. He believed that this distinctive culture could originate without any outside influence other than in forest country ( Usoltsev, 2019 : 9). Thus, forests play an important role both in the history of civilisation and in its future, and therefore any changes in the areas, structure, biological diversity and biological productivity of forests under the influence of climate should be in the focus of world scientists. One of the most important ecological properties of

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Creative Clusters in Visegrad Countries: Factors Conditioning Cluster Establishment and Development

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Public banking for the cultural sector: financial instruments and the new financial intermediaries

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Recent Advancements, Developments and Applications of Personal Network Analysis

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