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Affiliation, two mode network data analysis

  • Abbott, Andrew. 1990. “Vacancy Models of Historical Data.” Chapter 4 (PP. 80-102) in Social Mobility and Social Structure, edited by Ronald L. Breiger. Cambridge.
  • Barnett, G. 1993. “Correspondence Analysis: A Method for the Description of Communication Networks.” Pp 136-163 in Progress in Communication Sciences, W.D. Richards and G. Barnett (eds). Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishers.
  • Borgatti, Stephen P. and Martin Everett. 1997. “Network Analysis of 2-Mode Data.” Social Networks 19: 243-269.
  • Breiger, Ronald L. 1974. “The Duality of Persons and Groups.” Social Forces 53: 181-190. Reprinted in B. Wellman and S. Berkowitz, Social Structures, chapter 4 (pp. 83-98).
  • Breiger, Ronald L. 1990. “Social Control and Social Networks: A Model From Georg Simmel.”In Structures of Power and Constraint: Papers in Honor of Peter M. Blau. Eds. Craig Calhoun, Marshall Meyer, and W. Richard Scott. Cambridge: Cambridge Press.
  • Chase, Ivan D. 1991. “Vacancy Chains.” Annual Review of Sociology 17: 133-154. reader
  • Ennis, James G. 1992. “The Social Organization of Sociological Knowledge: Modeling the Intersection of Specialties.” American Sociological Review 57: 259-265.
  • Faust, Katherine. 1997. “Centrality in Affiliation Networks” Social Networks 19: 157-191.
  • Feld, Scott L. 1981. “The Focused Organization of Social Ties.” American Journal of Sociology 86, 5: 1015-1035.
  • Friedkin, Noah and Scott Thomas. 1997. “Social Positions in Schooling.” Sociology of Education 70: 239-256.
  • Friedkin, Noah. 1998. “The Structure of Social Space.” Chapter 8 in The Structural Theory of Social Influence (Pp. 125-162). Cambridge. recommended for theory
  • Knoke and Sang. Social Network Analysis. Pp. 103-117. Recommended.
  • Marsden, Peter and Karen Campbell. 1990. “Recruitment and Selection in Processes: The Organization Side of Job Searches.” Chapter 3 (pp. 59-79) in Social Mobility and Social Structure, edited by Ronald L. Breiger. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • McFarland, Daniel A. 2006. “Curricular Flows: Trajectories, Turning Points, and Assignment Criteria in High School Math Careers.” Sociology of Education 79 (3):177-205. Recommended.
  • Mintz, Beth and Michael Schwartz. 1981. “Interlocking Directorates and Interest Group Formation.” American Sociological Review 46: 851-869.
  • Pescosolido, Bernice and Beth Rubin. 2000. “The Web of Group Affiliations Revisited: Social Life, Postmodernism, and Sociology.” American Sociological Review 65, 1: 52-76.
  • Simmel, Georg. 1955. Conflict and the Web of Group Affiliations. Pp. 125-195. Free Press.
  • Smith, D. Randoll, and Andrew Abbott. 1983. “A Labor Market Perspective on the Mobility of College Football Coaches.” Social Forces 61, 4: 1147-1167.
  • Wasserman, Stanley and Katherine Faust. 1994. Social Network Analysis: Methods and Applications. Chapter 8 (pp. 291-344). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • White, Harrison C. 1970. “The Logic of Opportunity.” Chapter 1 in Chains of Opportunity: System Models of Mobility in Organizations. Harvard: Harvard University Press.
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