The Semantic Space of Social Networks: Book Review of “Networks 4.0. Complexity Management” / ed. by A.N. Raskhodchikov. Moscow: VCIOM, Social Research Agency “Stolitsa”, 2020. 132 p

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Aleksei I. Shcherbinin

National Research Tomsk State University

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Doctor hab. of Political Science, Full Professor, is the Head of the Department of Political Science

36 Lenina Ave, Tomsk, 634050, Russian Federation


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