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Series: Structural Analysis in the Social Sciences

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Works (30)

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Intercorporate Relations: The Structural Analysis of Business by Mark S. Mizruchi1
Social Structures: A Network Approach by Barry Wellman2
Political Networks: The Structural Perspective by David Knoke4
Governance of the American Economy by John L. Campbell5
The Logics of Social Structure by Kyriakos M. Kontopoulos6
Algebraic Models for Social Networks by Philippa Pattison7
Social Network Analysis: Methods and Applications by Stanley Wasserman8
Industrial Constructions: The Sources of German Industrial Power by Gary Herrigel9
In Search of Respect: Selling Crack in El Barrio by Philippe Bourgois10
Island Networks: Communication, Kinship, and Classification Structures in Oceania by Per Hage11
Kinship, Networks, and Exchange by Thomas Schweizer12
A Structural Theory of Social Influence by Noah E. Friedkin13
Placing Friendship in Context by Rebecca G. Adams14
Commodifying Communism: Business, Trust, and Politics in a Chinese City by David L. Wank15
Legalizing Gender Inequality : Courts, Markets and Unequal Pay for Women in America by Robert L. Nelson16
The Struggle for Control of the Modern Corporation: Organizational Change at General Motors, 1924-1970 by Robert F. Freeland17
Between Politics and Markets : Firms, Competition, and Institutional Change in Post-Mao China by Yi-min Lin18
Social Capital: A Theory of Social Structure and Action by Nan Lin19
Social Connections in China: Institutions, Culture, and the Changing Nature of Guanxi by Thomas Gold21
From Words to Numbers: Narrative, Data, and Social Science by Roberto Franzosi22
The Politics of High Tech Growth: Developmental Network States in the Global Economy by Sean O'Riain23
Japan's Network Economy: Structure, Persistence, and Change (Structural Analysis in the Social Sciences) by James R. Lincoln24
Generalized Blockmodeling by Patrick Doreian25
Bonds of Civility: Aesthetic Networks and the Political Origins of Japanese Culture by Eiko Ikegami26
Models and Methods in Social Network Analysis by Peter J. Carrington27
Interpersonal Networks in Organizations: Cognition, Personality, Dynamics, and Culture by Martin Kilduff30
On Scandal: Moral Disturbances in Society, Politics and Art by Ari Adut31
Networks of Nations: The Evolution, Structure, and Impact of International Networks, 1816-2001 by Zeev Maoz32
Social Influence Network Theory: A Sociological Examination of Small Group Dynamics by Noah E. Friedkin33
Exploratory Social Network Analysis with Pajek by Wouter de Nooy34

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Series description

General Editor: Mark Granovetter

"This series is designed to bring together under a single rubric social scientific research undertaken from a structural perspective. Each volume in the series demonstrates the value of a structural approach in a particular subject area, while the series as a whole brings the achievements of structurally-oriented scholars to the attention of a wider public, and thereby encourages others to approach their theory and research in this very fruitful way."
From the Cambridge University Press series page

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