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Jelen tanulmányban az egocentrikus hálók feltérképezési lehetőségeit vizsgáljuk meg. Először áttekintjük az egót körülvevő kapcsolati rétegeket, majd azokat az eszközöket, amelyekkel ezek a rétegek feltárhatók. Ezen eszközök közül részletesen a névgenerátorokat mutatjuk be, de röviden kitérünk egyéb, az egóközpontú kapcsolathálók vizsgálatára alkalmas módszerekre is. Végül a névgenerátoros vizsgálatokkal kapcsolatos néhány módszertani kérdést tekintünk át.

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