can provide valuable information.

3. In “The Strength of Weak Ties,” what does Mark Granovetter mean when he claims that weak ties can be strong?
a. Weak ties often develop into stronger ones.
b. We rely on weak ties for much of our emotional support.
c. Weak ties almost always are long-lasting and durable.
d. Weak ties matter more to us than other ties.
e. Even weak ties can provide valuable information.