The first category, which is vast, consists of the arcane and the incremental — those studies so obscure, or which advance scholarship so infinitesimally, that they can be safely ignored by the general reader. The second category consists of statistical proof of the obvious. Christakis and James H. Fowler, is full of this kind of research.
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The core of the orthodoxy consists of three dogmas: Gender is a social construct. Race is a social construct. Class is a function of privilege. The problem is that all three dogmas are half-truths. They have stifled progress in understanding the rich texture that biology adds to our understanding of the social, political, and economic worlds we live in. It is not a story to be feared. But it is a story that needs telling. Understanding the structure and behavior of networks will forever alter our world, allowing us to design the "perfect" business or stop a disease outbreak before it goes global.
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They had three biological children and then adopted two others, an African-American girl and a Chinese boy. His family returned to Greece when he was three, and Greek became his first language. He returned to the United States with his family at the age of six and grew up in Washington, D. Albans School Washington, D.
By: Nicholas A. Christakis,James H. Fowler Narrated by: Nicholas A. Cancel anytime. People who bought this also bought Christakis Narrated by: Nicholas A. Christakis Length: 14 hrs and 55 mins Unabridged 4.
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