April 26, 2010
... . “Theoretical Comparisons of Forms of Exchange.” Sociological Theory 21:1-17.
( Simpson, Brent and David Willer. 2005. “The Structural Embeddedness of Collective Goods: Connection and Coalitions in Exchange Networks.” Sociological Theory 23:386-407.
( Walker, Henry A., Shane R. Thye, Brent Simpson, Michael J. Lovaglia, David Willer and Barry Markovsky. 2000. “Network Exchange Theory: Recent Developments and New Directions.” Social Psychology Quarterly 63:324-337.
Bearman, Peter. 1997. “Generalized Exchange.” American Journal of Sociology 102:1383-1415.
Breiger, Ronald L. and James G. Ennis. 1997. “Generalized Exchange in Social Networks: Statistics and Structure.” L’Annee sociologique 47:73-88.
Buskens, Vincent and Jeroen Weesie. 2000. “An Experiment on the Effects of Embeddedness in Trust Situations: Buying a Used Car.” Rationality and Society 12:227-253.
Friedkin, Noah E. and Eugene C. Johnsen. 2003. “Attitude Change, Affect Control, and Expectation States in the Formation of Influence Networks.” Advances in Group Processes 20:1-29.
Gachter, Simon and Ernst Fehr. 1999. “Collective Action as a Social Exchange.” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 39:341-369.
Granovetter, Mark. 1985. “Economic Action and Social Structure: The Problem of Embeddedness.” American Journal of Sociology 91:481‑510.
Hummon, Norman P. and Patrick Doreian. 2003. “Some Dynamics of Social Balance Processes: Bringing Heider Back into Balance Theory.” Social Networks 25:17-49.
Le Velly, Ronan. 2002. “‘Embeddedness’: A Sociological Theory of Market Transactions.” Sociologie du Travail 44:37-53.
Mizruchi, Mark S., Linda Brewster Stearns, and Christopher Marquis. 2006. “The Conditional Nature of Embeddedness: A Study of Borrowing by Large U.S. Firms, 1973-1994.” American Sociological Review 71:310-333.
Molm, Linda D., Jessica L. Collett and David R. Schaefer. 2006. “Conflict and Fairness in Social Exchange.” Social Forces 84:2331-2352.
WEEK 3 SEPT. 20: COMMUNICATION IN SMALL GROUPS
( Wasserman, Stanley and Katherine Faust. 1994. “Graphs and Matrices.” Chapter 4 in Social Network Analysis.
( Eguiluz, Victor M., Martin G. Zimmermann and Camilo J. Cela-Conde. 2005. “Cooperation and the Emergence of Role Differentiation in the Dynamics of Social Networks.” American Journal of Sociology 110:977-1008.
( Gibson, David R. 2005. “Taking Turns and Talking Ties: Networks and Conversational Interaction.” American Journal of Sociology 110:1561-1597.
( Harrington, Brooke and Gary Alan Fine. 2006. “Where the Action Is: Small Groups and Recent Developments in Sociological Theory.” Small Group Research 37:4-19.
( Katz, Nancy, David Lazer, Holly Arrow and Noshir Contractor. 2004. “Network Theory and Small Groups.” Small Group Research 35:307-332.
( Smith, Thomas S. and Gregory T. Stevens. 1999. “The Architecture of Small Networks: Strong Interaction and Dynamic Organization in Small Social Systems.” American Sociological Review 64:403-420.
Boggs, Leanne, Stuart C. Carr, Richard B. Fletcher and David E. Clarke. 2005. “Pseudoparticipation in Communication Networks: The Social Psychology of Broken Promises.” Journal of Social Psychology 145:621-624.
Breiger, Ronald L. and James G. Ennis. 1979. “Personae and Social Roles: The Network Structure of Personality Types in Small Groups.” Social Psychology Quarterly 42:262-270.
Brown, Thomas M. and Charles E. Miller. 2000. “Communication Networks in Task-Performing Groups: Effects of Task Complexity, Time Pressure, and Interpersonal Dominance.” Small Group Research 31(2):131-157.
Chattoe, Edmund and Heather Hamill. 2005. “It’s Not Who You Know: It’s What You Know about People You Don’t Know That Counts: Extending the Analysis of Crime Groups as Social Networks.” British Journal of Criminology 45(6):860-876.
Creti, Anna. 2001. “Firms’ Organization and Efficient Communication Networks.” Manchester School 69:77-102.
Fuhse, Jan. 2006. “Goup and Network: A History of Concepts and Their Reformulation.” Berliner Journal fur Soziologie 16:245-263.
Harrington, Brooke and Gary Alan Fine. 2000. “Opening the ‘Black Box’: Small Groups and Twenty-First-Century Sociology.” Social Psychology Quarterly 63:312-323.
Moy, Patricia and John Gastil. 2006. “Predicting Deliberative Conversation: The Impact of Discussion Networks, Media Use, and Political Cognitions.” Political Communication 23:443-460.
Oleinik, Anton. 2005. “‘Small’ Society and Networks: On the Meaning Lost in Semiotic Translation.” Journal of Economic Issues 39(3):813-817.
Simpson, Brent and Casey Borch. 2005. “Does Power Affect Perception in Social Networks? Two Arguments and an Experimental Test.” Social Psychology Quarterly 68(3):278-287.
WEEK 4 SEPT. 27: KIN, FRIENDS, COMMUNITY
Assignment #1 Creating Network Datasets DUE
( Wasserman, Stanley and Katherine Faust. 1994. “Centrality and Prestige.” Chapter 5 in Social Network Analysis.
( DiMaggio, Paul and Hugh Louch. 1998. “Socially Embedded Consumer Transactions: For What Kinds of Purchases Do People Most Often Use Networks?” American Sociological Review 63:619-637.
( Entwisle, Barbara, Katherine Faust, Ronald R. Rindfuss and T. Kaneda. 2007. “Networks and Contexts: Variation in the Structure of Social Ties.” American Journal of Sociology 112:1495-1533.
( McPherson, Miller, Lynn Smith-Lovin and Matthew E. Brashears. 2006. “Social Isolation in America: Changes in Core Discussion Networks over Two Decades.” American Sociological Review 71:353-375.
( Moody, James. 2001. “Race, School Integration, and Friendship Segregation in America.” American Journal of Sociology 107:679-716.
( Piselli, Fortunata. 2007. “Communities, Places, and Social Networks.” American Behavioral Scientist 50:867-878.
Clark, Janine A. 2004. Islam, Charity, and Activism: Middle-Class Networks and Social Welfare in Egypt, Jordan, and Yemen. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.
Dawkins, Casey J. 2006. “Are Social Networks the Ties That Bind Families to Neighborhoods?” Housing Studies 21:867-881.
Ennett, Susan T., Karl E. Bauman, Andrea Hussong, Robert Faris, Vangie A. Foshee, Li Cai and Robert H. DuRant. 2006. “The Peer Context of Adolescent Substance Use: Findings from Social Network Analysis.” Journal of Research on Adolescence 16:159-186.
Fiore, F. D. 2007. “Communities Versus Networks: The Implications on Innovation and Social Change.” American Behavioral Scientist 50:857-866.
Gifford-Smith, Mary E. and Celia A. Brownell. 2003. “Childhood Peer Relationships: Social Acceptance, Friendships, and Peer Networks.” Journal of School Psychology 41:235-284.
Huckfeldt, R Robert. 1983. “Social Contexts, Social Networks, and Urban Neighborhoods: Environmental Constraints on Friendship Choice.” American Journal of Sociology 89:651-669.
Musalia, John M. 2005. “Gender, Social Networks, and Contraceptive Use in Kenya.” Sex Roles 53:835-846.
Palloni, Alberto, Douglas S. Massey, Miguel Ceballos and Kristin Espinosa, Michael Spittel. 2001. “Social Capital and International Migration: A Test Using Information on Family Networks.” American Journal of Sociology 106:1262-1298.
Rindfuss, Ronald R., Minja K. Choe, Larry L. Bumpass and Noriko O. Tsuya. 2004. “Social Networks and Family Change in Japan.” American Sociological Review 69:838-861.
Wellman, Barry. 1990. “The Place of Kinfolk in Personal Community Networks.” Marriage and Family Review 15:195-228.
WEEK 5 OCT. 4: SOCIAL CAPITAL, TRUST, REPUTATION
( Wasserman, Stanley and Katherine Faust. 1994. “Cohesive Subgroups.” Chapter 7 in Social Network Analysis.
( Burt, Ronald S. 2004. “Structural Holes and Good Ideas.” American Journal of Sociology 110:349-99.
( Gargiulo, Martin and Mario Benassi. 2000. “Trapped in Your Own Net? Network Cohesion, Structural Holes, and the Adaptation of Social Capital.” Organization Science 11:183-196.
( Lin, Nan. 2001. “The Theory and Theoretical Propositions.” Pp. 55-77 in Social Capital: A Theory of Social Structure and Action. New York: Cambridge University Press.
( Moody, James and Douglas R. White. 2003. “Structural Cohesion and Embeddedness: A Hierarchical Concept of Social Groups.”American Sociological Review 68:103-127.
( Preston, Lee E. 2004. “Reputation as a Source of Corporate Social Capital.” Journal of General Management 30(2):43-49.
Boggs, Carl. 2001. “Social Capital and Political Fantasy: Robert Putnam’s Bowling Alone.” Theory and Society 30:281-297.
Brehm, John and Wendy Rahn. 1997. “Individual-level Evidence for the Causes and Consequences of Social Capital.” American Journal of Political Science 41:999-1024.
Burt, Ronald S. 2005. Brokerage & Closure: An Introduction to Social Capital. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Coleman, James S. 1990. “Social Capital.” Pp. 300-321 in Foundations of Social Theory. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Frank, Kenneth A. and Jeffrey Y. Yasumoto. 1998. “Linking Action to Social Structure with a System: Social Capital within and between Subgroups.” American Journal of Sociology 104:642-686.
Lewicki, R.J., D.J. McAllister and R.J. Bies. 1998. “Trust and Distrust: New Relationships and Realities.” Academy of Management Review 23:438-458.
Lin, Nan, Karen Cook and Ronald Burt (eds.). 2001. Social Capital: Theory and Research. New York: Aldine De Gruyter.
McEvily, Bill, Vincenzo Perrone and Akbar Zaheer. 2003. “Trust as an Organizing Principle.” Organization Science 14:91-103.
Morgan, Stephen L. and Aage B. Sorensen. 1999. “Parental Networks, Social Closure, and Mathematics Learning: A Test of Coleman’s Social Capital Explanation of School Effects.” American Sociological Review 64:661-681.
Smith, Stephen Samuel and Jessica Kulynych. 2002. “It May Be Social, But Why Is It Capital? The Social Construction of Social Capital and the Politics of Language.” Politics & Society 30:149-187.
Yang, Mayfair Mei-hui. 2002. “The Resilience of Guanxi and Its New Deployments: A Critique of Some New Guanxi Scholarship.” China Quarterly 170:459-447.
WEEK 6 OCT. 11: INTRAORG’L NETWORKS: TEAMS & OCCUPATIONS
Assignment #2 Graphing & Centrality DUE
( Krackhardt, David. 1999. “The Ties That Torture: Simmelian Tie Analysis in Organizations.” Research in the Sociology of Organizations 16:183-210.
( Mizruchi, Mark S. and Linda Brewster Stearns. 2001. “Getting Deals Done: The Use of Social Networks in Bank Decision-Making.” American Sociological Review 66:647-671.
( Mouw, Ted. 2003. “Social Capital and Finding A Job: Do Contacts Matter?” American Sociological Review 68:868-898.
( Reagans, Ray, Ezra Zuckerman and Bill McEvily. 2004. “How to Make the Team: Social Networks vs. Demography as Criteria for Designing Effective Teams.” Administrative Science Quarterly 49:101-133.
( Wholey, Douglas R., Amy R. Wilson, William Riley and David Knoke. 2007. “Work and Talk: Information Provision by Informal Consulting in Medical Clinics” University of Minnesota School of Public Health mimeo.
Bian, Yanijie, Ronald Breiger, Deborah Davis and Joseph Galaskiewicz. 2005. “Occupation, Class, and Social Networks in Urban China.” Social Forces 83:1443-1468.
Burris, Val. 2004. “The Academic Caste System: Prestige Hierarchies in PhD Exchange Networks.” American Sociological Review 69:239-264.
Cheng, Bor-Shiuan, Li-Fang Chou, Min-Ping Huang and Hung-Yueh Cheng. 2006. “Guanxi Networks and Members’ Effectiveness in Chinese Work Teams: Mediating Effects of Trust Networks.” Asian Journal of Social Psychology 9:79-95.
Fernandez, Roberto M., Emilio J. Castilla and Paul Moore. 2000. “Social Capital at Work: Networks and Employment at a Phone Center.” American Journal of Sociology 105:1288-1356.
Ibarra, Herminia. 1997. “Paving an Alternative Route: Gender Differences in Managerial Networks.” Social Psychology Quarterly 60:91-102.
Johnson, LuAnne R. and David Knoke. 2005. “‘Skonk Works Here’: Activating Network Social Capital in Complex Collaborations.” Advances in Interdisciplinary Studies of Work Teams 10:243-262.
Lamertz, Kai and Karl Aquino. 2004. “Social Power, Social Status and Perceptual Similarity of Workplace Victimization: A Social Network Analysis of Stratification.” Human Relations 57:795-922.
McGuire, G. M. 2007. “Intimate Work: A Typology of the Social Support that Workers Provide to Their Network Members.” Work and Occupations 34:125-147.
Podolny, Joel M. and James N. Baron. 1997. “Relationships and Resources: Social Networks and Mobility in the Workplace.” American Sociological Review 62:673-693.
Renzulli, Linda A., Howard Aldrich and James Moody. 2000. “Family Matters: Gender, Networks, and Entrepreneurial Outcomes.” Social Forces 79:523-546.
Yeung, Henry W. 2005. “The Firm as Social Networks: An Organisational Perspective.” Growth and Change 36:307-328.
WEEK 7 OCT. 18: LEARNING: MIMESIS, CONTAGION, DIFFUSION
( Wasserman, Stanley and Katherine Faust. 1994. “Structural Equivalence.” Chapter 9 in SNA.
( Chang, Myong-Hun and Joseph E. Harrington Jr. 2005. “Discovery and Diffusion of Knowledge in an Endogenous Social Network.” American Journal of Sociology 110:937-976.
( Dal Fiore, Filippo. 2007. “Communities versus Networks: The Implications on Innovation and Social Change.” American Behavioral Scientist 50:857-866.
( Deroian, Frederic. 2002. “Formation of Social Networks and Diffusion of Innovations.” Research Policy 31:835-846.
( Reagans, Ray and Bill McEvily. 2003. “Knowledge Structure and Knowledge Transfer: The Effects of Cohesion and Range.” Administrative Science Quarterly 48:240-267.
( Wejnert, Barbara. 2002. “Integrating Models of Diffusion of Innovations: A Conceptual Framework. Annual Review of Sociology 28:297-326.
Argote, Linda and Ron Ophir. 2002. “Intraorganizational Learning.” Pp. 181-207 in The Blackwell Companion to Organizations, edited by Joel A. C. Baum. Oxford, UK: Blackwell.
Beckman, Christine M. and Pamela Haunschild. 2002. “Network Learning: The Effects of Partners’ Heterogeneity of Experience on Corporate Acquisitions.” Administrative Science Quarterly 47:92-124.
Burt, Ronald S. 1987. “Social Contagion and Innovation: Cohesion Versus Structural Equivalent.” American Journal of Sociology 92:1287-1335.
Knoke, David. 1999. “Organizational Networks and Corporate Social Capital.” Pp. 17-42 in Corporate Social Capital and Liability, edited by Leenders, Roger Th. A. J. and Shaul M. Gabbay. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
Kogut, Bruce and Udo Zander. 1996. “What Do Firms Do? Coordination, Identity and Learning.” Organization Science 7:502-518.
McEvily, Bill and Akbar Zaheer. 1999. “Bridging Ties: A Source of Firm Heterogeneity in Competitive Capabilities.” Strategic Management Journal 20:1133-1156.
Pereles, Lauretta, Jocelyn Lockyer and Herta Fidler. 2002. “Permanent Small Groups: Group Dynamics, Learning, and Change.” Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions 22:205-213.
Powell, Walter W., Kenneth W. Koput, and Laurel Smith-Doerr. 1996. “Interorganizational Collaboration and the Locus of Innovation: Networks of Learning in Biotechnology.” Administrative Science Quarterly 41:116-145.
Tsai, Wenpin. 2002. “Social Structure of ‘Coopetition’ within a Multiunit Organization: Coordination, Competition, and Intraorganizational Knowledge Sharing.” Organization Science 13:179-191.
Valente, Thomas W. 1995. Network Models of the Diffusion of Innovations. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
Valente, Thomas W. and Davis, Rebecca L. 1999. “Accelerating the Diffusion of Innovations Using Opinion Leaders.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 566(Nov):55-67.
WEEK 8 OCT. 25: INTERORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONS: STRATEGIC ALLIANCES
Assignment #3 Subgroup Cohesion DUE
( Wasserman, Stanley and Katherine Faust. 1994. “Network Positions and Roles.” Chapter 12 in Social Network Analysis.
( Knoke, David. 2007. “Playing Well Together: Creating Corporate Social Capital in Strategic Alliance Networks.” American Behavioral Scientist. Forthcoming.
( Podolny, Joel M. 2001. “Networks as the Pipes and Prisms of the Market.” American Journal of Sociology 107:33-60.
( Powell, Walter W., Douglas R. White, Kenneth W. Koput and Jason Owen-Smith. 2005. “Network Dynamics and Field Evolution: The Growth of Interorganizational Collaboration in the Life Sciences” American Journal of Sociology 110:1132-1205.
( Provan, Keith G., Mark A. Veazie, Lisa K. Staten and Nicolette I. Teufel-Shone. 2005. “The Use of Network Analysis to Strengthen Community Partnerships.” Public Administration Review 65:603-613.
( Uzzi, Brian and Ryon Lancaster. 2004. “Embeddedness and Price Formation in the Corporate Law Market.” American Sociological Review 69:319-344.
Ahuja, Gautam. 2000. “Collaborative Networks, Structural Holes, and Innovation: A Longitudinal Study.” Administrative Science Quarterly 45:425-455.
Carbonara, Nunzia. 2002. “New Models of Inter-firm Networks within Industrial Districts.” Entrepreneurship and Regional Development 14:229-246.
Das, T.K. and Bing-Sheng Teng. 2002. “Alliance Constellations: A Social Exchange Perspective.” Academy of Management Review 27:445-456
Granovetter, Mark. 2005. “Business Groups and Social Organization.” Pp. 429-450 Handbook of Economic Sociology, Second Edition, edited by Neil Smelser and Richard Swedberg. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Gulati, Ranjay and Martin Gargiulo. 1999. “Where Do Networks Come From?” American Journal of Sociology 104:1439-1493.
Kenis, Patrick and David Knoke. 2002. “How Organizational Field Networks Shape Interorganizational Tie-Formation Rates.” Academy of Management Review 27:275-293.
Kono, Clifford, Donald Palmer, Roger Friedland, and Matthew Zafonte. 1998. “Lost in Space: the Geography of Corporate Interlocking Directorates.” American Journal of Sociology 103:863-911.
Lincoln, James R. and Michael L. Gerlach. 2004. Japan’s Network Economy: Structure, Persistence, and Change. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Smangs, Mattias. 2006. “The Nature of the Business Group: A Social Network Perspective.” Organization 13:889-909.
Zuckerman, Ezra W. and Stoyan V. Sgourev. 2006. “Peer Capitalism: Parallel Relationships in the U.S. Economy.” American Journal of Sociology 111:1327-1366.
WEEK 9 NOV. 1: CONFLICT: SOCIAL MOVEMENTS & COLLECTIVE ACTION
( Wasserman, Stanley and Katherine Faust. 1994. “Blockmodels.” Chapter 10 in Social Network Analysis.
( Andrews, Kenneth T. and Michael Biggs. 2006. “The Dynamics of Protest Diffusion: Movement Organizations, Social Networks, and News Media in the 1960 Sit-Ins.” American Sociological Review 71:752-777.
( Chwe, Michael Suk-Young. 1999. “Structure and Strategy in Collective Action.” American Journal of Sociology 105:128-156.
( Passy, Florence and Marco Giugni. 2001. “Social Networks and Individual Perceptions: Explaining Differential Participation in Social Movements.” Sociological Forum 16:123-153.
( Pedahzur, Ami and Arie Perliger. 2006. “Changing Nature of Suicide Attacks: A Social Network Perspective.” Social Forces 84:1987-2008.
( Raab, Jörg and Brint Milward. 2003. “Dark Networks as Problems.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 13: 413-439.
Brams, Steven J., Hande Mutlu, and Shawn Ling Ramirez. 2006. “Influence in Terrorist Networks: From Undirected to Directed Graphs.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 29:679-694.
Barozet, Emmanuelle. 2003. “Mobilization of Resources and Social Networks in Neopopulisms: A Working Hypothesis for the Chilean Case.” Revista De Ciencia Politica 23:39-54.
Diani, Mario. 2000. “Simmel to Rokkan and Beyond: Towards a Network Theory of (New) Social Movements.” European Journal of Social Theory 3:387-406.
Enders, Walter and Xuejuan Su. 2007. “Rational Terrorists and Optimal Network Structure.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 51:33-57.
Granovetter, Mark. 1978. “Threshold Models of Collective Behavior.” American Journal of Sociology 83:1420-1443.
Kitts, James A. 2000. “Mobilizing in Black Boxes: Social Networks and Participation in Social Movement Organizations.” Mobilization 5:241-257.
McAdam, Doug and Ronnelle Paulsen. 1993. “Specifying the Relationship between Social Ties and Activism.” American Journal of Sociology 99:640-667.
Mendelsohn, Barak. 2005. “Sovereignty under Attack: The International Society Meets the Al Qaeda Network.” Review of International Studies 31:45-68.
Ray, Kathryn, Mike Savage, Gindo Tampubolon, Alan Warde, Brian Longhurst and Mark Tomlinson. 2003. “The Exclusiveness of the Political Field: Networks and Political Mobilization.” Social Movement Studies 2:37-60.
Tindall, David. B. 2004. “Social Movement Participation over Time: An Ego-Network Approach to Micro-Mobilization.” Sociological Focus 37:163-184.
WEEK 10 NOV. 8: INFLUENCE: POLITICAL AFFILIATION & ACTION
Assignment #4 Structural Equivalence DUE
( Wasserman, Stanley and Katherine Faust. 1994. “Affiliations and Overlapping Subgroups” Chapter 8 in Social Network Analysis.
( Fowler, James H. 2006. “Connecting the Congress: A Study of Cosponsorship Networks.” Political Analysis 14:456-487.
( Huckfeldt, Robert, Jeanette M. Mendez and Tracy Osborn. 2004. “Disagreement, Ambivalence, and Engagement: The Political Consequences of Heterogeneous Networks.” Political Psychology 25:65-95.
( Ikeda, Ken’ichi and Sean E. Richey. 2005. “Japanese Network Capital: The Impact of Social Networks on Japanese Political Participation.” Political Behavior 27:239-260.
( McClurg, Scott D. 2006. “The Electoral Relevance of Political Talk: Examining Disagreement and Expertise Effects in Social Networks on Political Participation.” American Journal of Political Science 50:737-754.
( Mutz, Diana C. 2002. “Cross-Cutting Social Networks: Testing Democratic Theory in Practice.” American Political Science Review 96:111-126.
Baker, Andy, Barry Ames and Lucio R. Renno. 2006. “Social Context and Campaign Volatility in New Democracies: Networks and Neighborhoods in Brazil’s 2002 Elections.” American Journal of Political Science 50:382-399.
Baybeck, Brady and Robert Huckfeldt. 2002. “Spatially Dispersed Ties among Interdependent Citizens: Connecting Individuals and Aggregates.” Political Analysis 10:261-275.
Beck, Paul A., Russell J. Dalton, Steven Greene and Robert Huckfeldt. 2002. “The Social Calculus of Voting: Interpersonal, Media, and Organizational Influences on Presidential Choices.” American Political Science Review 96:57-73.
Huckfeldt, Robert, Paul E. Johnson and John Sprague. 2004. Political Disagreement: The Survival of Diverse Opinions within Communication Networks. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Jackman, Robert W. and Ross A. Miller. 1998. “Social Capital and Politics.” The Annual Review of Political Science 1:47-73.
Knoke, David. 1990. “Networks of Political Action: Toward Theory Construction.” Social Forces 68:1041-1063.
McClurg, Scott D. 2003. “Social Networks and Political Participation: The Role of Social Interaction in Explaining Political Participation.” Political Research Quarterly 56:449-464.
Scheufele, Dietram A., Matthew C. Nisbet, Dominique Brossard and Erik C. Nisbet. 2004. “Social Structure and Citizenship: Examining the Impacts of Social Setting, Network Heterogeneity, and Informational Variables on Political Participation.” Political Communication 21:315-338.
Teorell, Jan. 2003. “Linking Social Capital to Political Participation: Voluntary Associations and Networks of Recruitment in Sweden.” Scandinavian Political Studies 26:49-66.
WEEK 11 NOV. 15: POWER & AUTHORITY: POLICY NETS & LOBBYING
( Wasserman, Stanley and Katherine Faust. 1994. “Relational Algebras.” Chapter 11 in Social Network Analysis.
( Granados, Francisco J. and David Knoke. 2005. “Organized Interest Groups and Policy Networks.” Pp. 287-309 in Handbook of Political Sociology: States, Civil Societies, and Globalization, edited by Thomas Janoski, Robert R. Alford, Alexander M. Hicks, and Mildred A. Schwartz. New York: Cambridge University Press.
( Kriesi, Hanspeter, Silke Adam and Margit Jochum. 2006. “Comparative Analysis of Policy Networks in Western Europe.” Journal of European Public Policy 13:341-361.
( Marsh, David and Martin Smith. 2000. “Understanding Policy Networks: Towards a Dialectical Approach.” Political Studies 48(4):4-21.
( Raab, Jörg. 2002. “Where Do Policy Networks Come From?” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory12:581-622.
( Weible, Christopher M. and Paul A. Sabatier. 2005. “Comparing Policy Networks: Marine Protected Areas in California.” Policy Studies Journal 33:181-201.
Barbera, Filippo. 2005. “Social Networks, Collective Action and Public Policy: The Embeddedness Idea Reconsidered.” Pp. 119-141 in Networks, Trust and Social Capital: Theoretical and Empirical Investigations from Europe, edited by S.M. Koniordos. Aldershot, U.K. and Burlington, VT: Ashgate.
Börzel, Tanja A. 1998. “Organizing Babylon: On the Difference Conceptions of Policy Networks.” Public Administration 76:253-273.
Christensen, Bolette M. 2005. “Power and Counterpower in the Network Society.” Politik 8(2):42-56.
Guiraudon, Virginie. 2003. “The Constitution of a European Immigration Policy Domain: A Political Sociology Approach.” Journal of European Public Policy 10:263-282.
Kisby, Ben. 2007. “Analysing Policy Networks: Towards an Ideational Approach.” Policy Studies 28:71-90.
Knoke, David. 1998. “The Organizational State: Origins and Prospects.” Research in Political Sociology 8:147-163.
Lubell, Mark. 2007. “Familiarity Breeds Trust: Collective Action in a Policy Domain.” Journal of Politics 69:237-250.
MacLean, Lauren M. 2003. “State Social Policies and Social Support Networks: The Unintended Consequences of State Policymaking on Informal Networks in Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire.” International Journal of Public Administration 26(6):665-691.
Osa, Maryjane. 2003. Solidarity and Contention: Networks of Polish Opposition. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.
Scholz, John T. and Cheng-Lung Wang. 2006. “Cooptation or Transformation? Local Policy Networks and Federal Regulatory Enforcement.” American Journal of Political Science 50:81-97.
WEEK 13 NOV. 29: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Assignment #5 Blockmodels DUE
( Alderson, Arthur S. and Jason Beckfield. 2004. “Power and Position in the World City System.” American Journal of Sociology 109: 811-51.
( Hafner-Burton, Emilie M. and Alexander H. Montgomery. 2006. “Power Positions: International Organizations, Social Networks, and Conflict.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 50:3-27.
( Ingram, Paul, Jeffrey Robinson and Marc L. Busch. 2005. “The Intergovernmental Network of World Trade: IGO Connectedness, Governance, and Embeddedness.” American Journal of Sociology 111:824-858.
( Kim, Sangmoon and Eui-Hang Shin. 2002. “A Longitudinal Analysis of Globalization and Regionalization in International Trade: A Social Network Approach.” Social Forces 81:445-471.
( Stark, David and Balazs Vedres. 2006. “Social Times of Network Spaces: Network Sequences and Foreign Investment in Hungary.” American Journal of Sociology 111:1367-1411.
Blanco, Hilda and Tim Campbell. 2006. “Social Capital of Cities: Emerging Networks of Horizontal Assistance.” Technology in Society 28(1-2):169-181.
Bolewski, Wilfried. 2005. “Learning from the Multinational Corporations: Corporate Diplomacy and Foreign Policy Networks.” Internationale Politik 60(9):82-89.
Boli, John. 2003. “Restructuring World Politics: Transnational Social Movements, Networks, and Norms.” Perspectives on Politics 1(4):833-834.
Borgatti, Stephen P. and Martin G. Everett. 1999. “Models of Core/Periphery Structures.” Social Networks 21:375-395.
Kick, Edward and Byron L. Davis. 2001. “World-System Structure and Change: An Analysis of Global Networks and Mobility across Two Time Periods.” American Behavioral Scientist 44(10):1561-1578.
Sacks, Michael Alan, Marc J. Ventresca and Brian Uzzi. 2000. “Stateness and System in the Global Structure of Trade: A Network Approach to Assessing Nation Status.” Pp. 33-49 in Questioning Geopolitics: Political Projects in a Changing World System, edited by Georgi M. Derluguian and Scott Greer. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.
Salisbury, Joseph and George Barnett. 2002. “The World System of International Monetary Flows: A Network Analysis.” Information Society 15:31-49.
Smith, David A. and Roger J. Nemeth. 1988. “An Empirical Analysis of Commodity Exchange in the International Economy: 1965-80.” International Studies Quarterly 32:227-240.
Su, Tieting. 2002. “Myth and Mystery of Globalization: World Trade Networks in 1928, 1938, 1960, and 1999.” Review 25:351-392.
Van Rossem, Ronan. 1996. “The World System Paradigm as General Theory of Development: A Cross-National Test.” American Sociological Review 61:508-527.
Wolfe, Alvin W. 2004. “Network Thinking in Peace and Conflict Studies.” Peace and Conflict Studies 11:68-75.
WEEK 14 DEC. 6: SMALL WORLD DYNAMICS AND THE INTERNET
Course paper due DEC 12
( DiMaggio, Paul, Eszter Hargittai, W. Russell Neuman and John P. Robinson. 2001. “Social Implications of the Internet.” Annual Review of Sociology 27:307-336.
( Moody, James. 2004. “The Structure of a Social Science Collaboration Network: Disciplinary Cohesion from 1963 to 1999.” American Sociological Review 69:213-238.
( Robins, Garry, Philippa Pattison and Jodie Woolcock. 2005. “Small and Other Worlds: Global Network Structures from Local Processes.” American Journal of Sociology 110:894-936.
( Uzzi, Brian and and Jarrett Spiro. 2005. “Collaboration and Creativity: The Small World Problem.” American Journal of Sociology 111:447-504.
( Watts, Duncan J. 2004. “The ‘New’ Science of Networks.” Annual Review of Sociology 30:243-270.
Barabasi, Albert-Laszlo. 2002. Linked: How Everything is Connected to Everything and What It Means for Business, Science, and Everyday Life. New York: Penguin.
Castells, Manuel. 2001. The Internet Galaxy: Reflections on the Internet, Business, and Society. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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