Network Analysis

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David Knoke, James H. Kuklinski
SAGE Publications, Oct 1, 1982 - Social Science - 96 pages
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Network Analysis brings the concepts and applications of this procedure to the broader social science audience and their students. The authors systematically inventory the central features of the network analytic technique, cite original sources to be consulted for greater detail, and suggest diverse applications in social science research.

'The book itself is...comprehensive and it has the low level of mathematics typical of this series...a good place for a social scientist to start.' -- Bethlem and Maudsley Gazette, Vol 31 No 2, 1983

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Contents

Series Editors Introduction
5
Data Collection
22
Methods and Models
35
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About the author (1982)

Davd Knoke (Ph.D., University of Michigan 1972) coauthored Network Analysis (1982) and has published fifteen books and more than a hundred articles and book chapters, primarily on organizations, networks, politics, and social statistics. He was principal co-investigator on several National Science Foundation-funded projects on voluntary associations, lobbying organizations in national policy domains, and organizational surveys of diverse establishments. A current project on the Global Information Sector examines strategic alliance network evolution among international corporations. At Minnesota, he teaches a graduate network analysis seminar that attracts students from diverse disciplines.

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