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Network exchange theory [electronic resource] / edited by David Willer.

Contributor(s): Willer, David.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 1999Description: 1 online resource (xv, 336 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9780313390593 (electronic bk.); 0313390592 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Social networks | Exchange theory (Sociology) | Social exchange | Social structure | Social Science | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Regional Studies | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Anthropology -- General | Soziales Netzwerk | Austauschtheorie | AufsatzsammlungGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Network exchange theory.DDC classification: 301/.01 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Network exchange theory : issues and directions / David Willer -- Actors in relations / David Willer -- Relations in structures / David Willer -- Power relations : preface / David Willer -- Power relations in exchange networks / Barry Markovsky, David Willer, and Travis Patton -- The discovery of weak power / David Willer -- Exclusion and power : preface / David Willer -- Exclusion and power : a test of four theories of power in exchange networks / John Skvoretz and David Willer -- Negotiated exchanges : preface / David Willer -- Negotiated exchanges in social networks / Michael J. Lovaglia ... [et al.] -- lp2s[subscript i], an alternative for predicting weak power / Michael J. Lovaglia and David Willer -- Network connections : preface / David Willer -- Network connection and exchange ratios : theory, predictions, and experimental tests / David Willer and John Skvoretz -- Power and influence : preface / David Willer -- Power and influence : a theoretical bridge / David Willer, Michael J. Lovaglia, and Barry Markovsky -- Status influence and status value / Shane R. Thye -- Recent problems and solutions in network exchange theory : preface / David Willer -- An automated approach to the theoretical analysis of difficult problems / Michael J. Lovaglia ... [et al.] -- A new method for finding power structures / Brent Simpson and David Willer -- Developing network exchange theory / David Willer.
Summary: The field of network exchange has grown over the last 20 years from a few scattered studies to substantial publications in leading journals. Today network exchange is as advanced as any area of sociology. Willer and his contributors present its most advanced theory, Network Exchange Theory, and, by assembling and supplementing formulations now spread across leading journals, provide scholars with a unique collection.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [309]-321) and index.

Network exchange theory : issues and directions / David Willer -- Actors in relations / David Willer -- Relations in structures / David Willer -- Power relations : preface / David Willer -- Power relations in exchange networks / Barry Markovsky, David Willer, and Travis Patton -- The discovery of weak power / David Willer -- Exclusion and power : preface / David Willer -- Exclusion and power : a test of four theories of power in exchange networks / John Skvoretz and David Willer -- Negotiated exchanges : preface / David Willer -- Negotiated exchanges in social networks / Michael J. Lovaglia ... [et al.] -- lp2s[subscript i], an alternative for predicting weak power / Michael J. Lovaglia and David Willer -- Network connections : preface / David Willer -- Network connection and exchange ratios : theory, predictions, and experimental tests / David Willer and John Skvoretz -- Power and influence : preface / David Willer -- Power and influence : a theoretical bridge / David Willer, Michael J. Lovaglia, and Barry Markovsky -- Status influence and status value / Shane R. Thye -- Recent problems and solutions in network exchange theory : preface / David Willer -- An automated approach to the theoretical analysis of difficult problems / Michael J. Lovaglia ... [et al.] -- A new method for finding power structures / Brent Simpson and David Willer -- Developing network exchange theory / David Willer.

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The field of network exchange has grown over the last 20 years from a few scattered studies to substantial publications in leading journals. Today network exchange is as advanced as any area of sociology. Willer and his contributors present its most advanced theory, Network Exchange Theory, and, by assembling and supplementing formulations now spread across leading journals, provide scholars with a unique collection.

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