Social Networking Sites Bibliography


Introduction to social network methods

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This page lists a number of early works in social network analysis.  It is not a complete bibliography by any means, and is not up-to-date.  Frankly, a search of the social science citation index and Google may be more useful.  Nonetheless, it may give some indication of the diversity of topics and individuals that strongly shaped the development of most of the methods described in this book.
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  • Alba, Richard D. and Gwen Moore. 1983. "Elite social circles" Chapter 12 in Burt and Minor (eds). Applied network analysis: A methodological introduction. Beverly Hills: Sage.
  • Anheier, Helmut K. 1987. "Structural analysis and strategic research design: Studying politicized interorganizational networks" Sociological Forum 2: 563-582
  • Arabie, P., S.A. Boorman, and P.R. Levitt. 1978. "Constructing blockmodels: How and why" Journal of Mathematical Psychology, Vol. 17: 21-63
  • Baker, Wayne E. 1986. "Three-dimensional blockmodels" Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 12: 191-223.
  • Baker, Wayne E. 1990. "Market Networks and Corporate Behavior" American Journal of Sociology. 96: 589-625.
  • Barnes, J.A. 1983. "Graph theory in network analysis" Social Networks 5: 235-244.
  • Berkowitz, S.D. 1988. "Markets and market-areas: Some preliminary formulations" pp. 261-303 in Wellman and Berkowitz (eds.) Social structures: A network approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • Berkowitz, S.D. 1988. Afterword: Toward a formal structural sociology, pp. 477-497 in Wellman and Berkowitz (eds.) Social structures: A network approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Berkowitz, S.D. 1982. An introduction to structural analysis: The network approach to social research Toronto: Butterworths
  • Berkowitz, S.D., Peter J. Carrington, Yehuda Kotowitz, and Leonard Waverman. 1978-79. The determination of enterprise groupings through combined ownership and directoship ties, Social Networks 1: 391-413.
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  • Blau, Peter. 1981. Introduction: Diverse views of social structure and their common denominator. in Blau and merton (eds.) Continuities in structural inquiry. London and Beverly Hills: Sage.
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  • Bonacich, Phillip. 1972. Factoring and weighting approaches to status scores and clique detection, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 2: 113-120
  • Boorman, S.A. 1975. A combinatorial optimization model for transmission of job information through contact networks, Bell Journal of Economics, 6: 216-249
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  • Boyd, John Paul, John H. Haehl and Lee D. Sailer. 1972. Kinship systems and inverse semigroups, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 2: 37-61
  • Breiger, Ronald. 1979. Toward an operational theory of community elite structure, Quality and Quantity, 13: 21-47.
  • Breiger, Ronald L. and Philippa E. Pattison. 1978. The joint role structure of two communities' elites, Sociological Methods and Research, 7: 213-26.
  • Breiger, Ronald L. and Philippa E. Pattison. 1986. Cumulated social roles: The duality of persons and their algebras, Social Networks, 8: 215-256.
  • Breiger, R.L. 1976. Career attributes and network structure: A blockmodel study of a bio-medical research specialty, American Sociological Review, 41: 117-135
  • Breiger, Ronald L. 1988. The duality of persons and groups. pp. 83-98 in Wellman and Berkowitz (eds.) Social structures: A network approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Brym, Robert J. 1988. Structural location and ideological divergence: Jewish Marxist intellectuals in turn-of-the-century Russia. pp. 332-358 in Wellman and Berkowitz (eds.) Social structures: A network approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Burkhardt, Marlene E. and Daniel J. Brass. 1989. Changing patterns or patterns of change: A longitudinal investigation of the interplay of technology, structure, and power, Pennsylvania State University, mimeo.
  • Burt, Ronald S. 1982. Toward a Structural Theory of Action. New York: Academic Press.
  • Burt, Ronald S. 1983. Distinguishing relational contents. pp. 35-74 in Burt and Minor (eds.) Applied network analysis: A methodological introduction. Beverly Hills: Sage
  • Burt, Ronald S. 1983. Network data from informant interviews. Chapter 7 in Burt and Minor (eds.) Applied network analysis: A methodological introduction
  • Burt, Ronald S. 1983. Cohesion versus structural equivalence as a basis for network subgroups. Chapter 13 in Burt and Minor (eds.) Applied network analysis: A methodological introduction. Beverly Hills: Sage.
  • Burt, Ronald and M.J. Minor (eds.) 1983. Applied network analysis: A methodological introduction Beverly Hills: Sage
  • Burt, Ronald S. 1982. Toward a structural theory of action: Network models of social structure, perception, and action. New York: Academic Press.
  • Burt, Ronald S. 1983. Corporate profits and cooptation: networks of market constraints and directorate ties in the American economy. New York: Academic Press.
  • Burt, Ronald S. 1980. Models of network structure, Annual Review of Sociology 6: 79-141
  • Burt, Ronald S. 1983. Network data from archival records. Chapter 8 in Burt and Minor (eds.) Applied network analysis: A methodological introduction. Beverly HIlls: Sage
  • Burt, Ronald S. 1983. Range, Chapter 9 in Burt and Minor (eds.) Applied network analysis: A methodological introduction
  • Burt, Ronald S. 1976. Position in networks, Social Forces, 55: 93-122.
  • Burt, Ronald S. 1987. Social Contagion and Innovation. American Journal of Sociology. 92: 1287-1335.
  • Burt, Ronald S. 1992. Structural Holes: The Social Structure of Competition. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
  • Carrington, Peter J. and Greg H. Heil. 1981. COBLOC: A heierarchical method for blocking network data, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 8: 103-131
  • Carrington, Peter J., Greg H. Heil, and Stephen D. Berkowitz. 1979-80. A goodness-of-fit index for blockmodels, Social Networks, 2: 219-234
  • Cartwright, Dorwin. 1979. Balance and clusterability: An overview, pp. 25-50 in P. Holland and S. Leinhardt (eds.) Perspectives on social network research. New York: Academic Press.
  • Cartwright, Dorwin and Frank Harary. 1977. A graph theoretic approach to the investigation of system-environment relationships, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, Vol. 5: 87-111.
  • Cartwright, D. and F. Harary. 1956. Structural balance: A generalization of Heider's theory, Psychological Review, 63: 277-92.
  • Clawson, Dan and Alan Neustadtl. 1989. Interlocks, PACs, and Corporate Conservatism. American Journal of Sociology. 94: 749-73.
  • Clawson, Dan, Alan Neustadtl, and James Bearden. 1986. The Logic of Business Unity: Corporate Contributions to the 1980 Congressional Elections. American Sociological Review. 51: 797-811.
  • Coleman, James, Elihu Katz, and Herbert Menzel. 1957. The diffusion of an innovation among physicians, Sociometry, 20: 253-270
  • Cook, Karen. 1982. Network structures from an exchange perspective, in Peter Marsden and Nan Lin (eds.). Socal structre and network analysis. Beverly Hills: Sage
  • Crane, Diana. 1969. Social structure in a group of scientists: A test of the 'Invisible college' hypothesis, American Sociological Review, 34: 335-352
  • Davis, J. 1963. Structural balance, mechanical solidarity, and interpersonal relations, American Journal of Sociology, 68: 444-62
  • Davis, James A. 1967. Clustering and structural balance in graphs, Human Relations, 30: 181-187
  • Delany, John. 1988. Social networks and efficient resource allocation: Computer models of job vacancy allocation through contacts, pp. 430-451 in Wellman and Berkowitz (eds.). Social structures: A network approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University
  • Doreian, Patrick. 1974. On the connectivity of social networks, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 3: 245-258.
  • Doreian, Patrick. 1988. Equivalence in a social network, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 13: 243-282.
  • Emirbayer, Musafa and Jeff Goodwin. 1994. Network analysis, culture, and the problems of agency. American Journal of Sociology. 99: 1411-54.
  • Erikson, Bonnie. 1988. The relational basis of attitudes, pp. 99-122 in Wellman and Berkowitz (eds.), Social structures: A network approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Everett, M.G. 1982. Graph theoretic blockings K-Plexes and K-cutpoints, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 9: 75-84
  • Everett, Martin G. 1982. A graph theoretic blocking procedure for social networks, Social Networks, 4: 147-167
  • Everett, Martin and Juhani Nieminen. 1980. Partitions and homomorphisms in directed and undirected graphs, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 7: 91-111
  • Feinberg, S.E. and Wasserman, S. 1981. Categorical data analysis of single sociolmetric relations, in S. Leinhardt (ed.) Sociolgical Methodology 1981. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
  • Fernandez, Roberto M. and Roger V. Gould. 1994. A Dilemma of State Power: Brokerage and Influence in the National Health Policy Domain. American Journal of Sociology. 99: 1455-91.
  • Fischer, Claude. 1982. To Dwell among Friends: Personal Networks in Town and City. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Fiskel, Joseph. 1980. Dynamic evolution in societal networks, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 7: 27-46.
  • Flament, C. 1963. Applications of graph theory to group structure Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall
  • Frank, Ove, Maureen Hallinan, and Krzysztof Nowicki. 1985. Clustering of dyad distributions as a tool in network modeling, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 11: 47-64
  • Frank, Ove. 1980. Transitivity in stochastic graphs and digraphs, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 7: 199-213
  • Freeman, Linton C. 1984. Turning a profit from mathematics: The case of social networks, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 10: 343-360
  • Freeman, Linton. 1979. Centrality in social networks: Conceptual clarification, Social Networks, 1: 215-39.
  • French Jr., John R.P. 1956. A formal theory of social power, Psychological Review, 63: 181-194
  • Friedkin, Noah E. 1986. A formal theory of social power, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 12: 103-126
  • Friedmann, Harriet. 1988. Form and substance in the analysis of the world economy, pp. 304-326 in Wellman and Berkowitz (eds.) Social structures: A network approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Galaskiewicz, Joseph and Stanley Wasserman. 1981. Change in a Regional Corporate Network. American Sociological Review. 46: 475-84.
  • Gould, Roger V. 1991. Multiple Networks and Mobilization in the Paris Commune, 1871. American Sociological Review. 56: 716-29.
  • Gould, Roger V. 1993. Collective Action and Network Structure. American Journal of Sociology. 58: 182-96.
  • Gould, Roger V. 1993. Trade Cohesion, Class Unity, and Urban Insurrection: Artisinal Activism in the Paris Commune. American Journal of Sociology. 98: 721-54.
  • Granovetter, Mark. 1973. The strength of weak ties. American Journal of Sociology, 78: 1360-80.
  • Granovetter, Mark. 1985. Economic action and social structure: the problem of embeddedness. American Journal of Sociology. 91: 481-510.
  • Granovetter, Mark. 1994. Getting a Job. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
  • Hage, Per and Frank Harary. 1983. Structural models in anthropology Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • Harary, Frank and Helene J. Kommel. 1979. Matrix measures for transitivity and balance, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, Vol 6.: 199-210
  • Harary, Frank. 1971. Demiarcs: An atomistic approach to relational systems and group dynamics, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, Vol. 1: 195-205
  • Harary, F., R. Norman, and D. Cartwright. 1965. Structural models New York: Wiley
  • Heider, Fritz. 1979. On balance and attribution, pp: 11-24 in Holland, P. and S. Leinhardt Perspectives on Social Network research. New York: Academic Press.
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  • Holland, Paul W. and Samuel Leinhardt. 1977. A dynamic model for social networks, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 5: 5-20
  • Holland, Paul W. and Samuel Leinhardt (eds.) 1979. Perspectives on social network research New York: Academic Press
  • Holland, Paul W. and Samuel Leinhardt. 1976. Local structure in social networks, pp. 1-45 in David Heise (ed.) Sociological Methodology, 1976. San Francisco: Josey-Bass
  • Howard, Leslie. 1988. Work and community in industrializing India, pp. 185-197 in Wellman and Berkowitz (Eds.) Social structures: A network approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Howell, Nancy. 1988. Understanding simple social structure: Kinship units and ties, pp. 62-82 in Wellman and Berkowitz (eds.) Social structures: A network approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Hubbell, Charles H. 1965. An input-output approach to clique identification, Sociolmetry, 28: 377-399
  • Knoke, David and Ronald S. Burt. 1983. Prominence, Chapter 10 in Burt and Minor (eds.) Applied network analysis: A methodological introduction. Beverly Hills: Sage
  • Knoke, D. and J. H. Kuklinski. 1981. Network analysis Beverly Hills: Sage
  • Krackhardt, David. 198.9 Graph theoretical dimensions of informal organizations, Washington, D.C. presented at the Academy of Management meetings.
  • Laumann, Edward O. 1973. Bonds of Pluralism: The Form and Substance of Urban Social Networks. New York: Wiley.
  • Laumann, Edward O., Peter V. Marsden, and Joseph Galaskiewicz. 1977. Community Influence Structures: Extension and Replication of a Network Approach. American Journal of Sociology. 83: 594-631.
  • Laumann, Edward O., Peter V. Marsden and David Prensky. 1983. The boundary specification problem in network analysis, pp. 18-34 in Burt and Minor (eds.) Applied network analysis: A methodological introduction. Beverly Hills: Sage.
  • Laumann, Edward O. and Peter V. Marsden. 1982. Microstructural analysis in interorganizational systems, Social Networks, 4: 329-48.
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  • Levine, Joel H. 1972. The sphere of influence, American Sociological Review, 37: 14-27
  • Levine, Joel H. and John Spadaro. 1988. Occupational mobility: A structural model, pp. 452-476 in Wellman and Berkowitz (eds.) Social structures: A network approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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  • Mandel, Michael J. 1983. Local roles and social networks, American Sociological Review, 48: 376-386
  • Marsden, Peter and Nan Lin (eds.) 1982. Social structure and network analysis. Beverly Hills: Sage.
  • Marwell, Gerald, Pamela Oliver, and Ralph Prahl. 1988. Social Networks and Collective Action: A Theory of the Critical Mass. III. American Journal of Sociology. 94: 502-34.
  • Mayer, Thomas F. 1984. Parties and networks: Stochastic models for relationship networks, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 10: 51-103.
  • McCallister, Lynne and Claude S. Fischer. 1983. A procedure for surveying personal networks, pp. 75-88 in Burt and Minor (eds.) Applied network analysis: A methodological introduction. Beverly Hills: Sage
  • Minor, Michael J. 1983. Panel data on ego networks: A longitudinal study of former heroin addicts, chapter 4 in Burt and Minor (eds.) Applied network analysis: A methodological introduction. Beverly Hills: Sage.
  • Minor, Michael J. 1983. New directions in multiplexity analysis, Chapter 11 in Burt and Minor (Eds.) Applied network analysis: A methodological introduction. Beverly Hills: Sage
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  • Mintz, Beth and Michael Schwartz. 1985. The power structure of American business Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Mitchell, Clyde. 1969. Social networks in urban situations: Analyses of personal relationships in central African towns Manchester: Manchester University Press.
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