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This yields a minimal role set of six—any five of which may have direct relationships with ego at a given point in time. 14. 14 Source: Harrison C. White, An Anatomy of Kinship © 1963, p. 8. J. " The directions given by the arrowheads indicate possible role compounds. Note that cyclic or repetitive role sequences are possible, for example, FWFWFW. The upwardly looping and downwardly looping arrows defined onto the father (F) and son (S) roles indicate possible paths between generations—for example, FF = ego's grandfather.

However, J. Clyde Mitchell collected together many of the representative papers written during this second wave of field studies and was able to provide an overarching framework in which methodological and substantive disagreements could clearly be distinguished from one another. In the process, he also built bridges to the more formal interpretations of networks which were being developed in the United States at the time. , a work group, a voluntary organization), analysis could still largely be carried out by inspection, or, more colloquially, "eyeballing" of the data.

5 In the same vein, sociologists who have compiled detailed and, in many ways, sensitive "family histories" in Latin American barrios have often adopted the same individualistic analytic approach they would in surveying North American middle-class whites. 6 These assumptions and models, moreover, have not been confined to the realm of pure theory. Social workers, psychiatrists, job counsellors, and school officials are trained to look for the sources of personal difficulties in individual feelings and attitudes and in their clients' consequent inability to "adjust" to others' expectations.

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