Network Exchange Theory
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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. Contributors examine basic issues in theory as well as research. The end product is a well-tested theory which relates social structure to social action under a wide range of conditions, and is proven to be a useful tool for structural analysis at both the micro and macro levels. An important text and guide for researchers and students of social theory, structure, and social psychology.
List price: $39.95
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, LLC
Publication date: 10/30/1999
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
|Network Exchange Theory: Issues and Directions Actors in Relations|
|Relations in Structures Power|
|Relations Preface Power|
|Relations in Exchange Networks|
|The Discovery of Weak Power Exclusion and Power Preface Exclusion and Power: A Test of Four Theories of Power in Exchange Networks|
|Negotiated Exchanges Preface Negotiated Exchanges in Social Networks|
|l;2, An Alternative for Predicting Weak Power|
|Network Connections Preface Network Connections and Exchange Ratios: Theory, Predictions and Experimental Tests|
|Power and Influence Preface Power and Influence: A Theoretical Bridge|
|Status Influence and Status Value|
|Recent Problems and Solutions in Network Exchange Theory Preface An Automated Approach to the Theoretical Analysis of Difficult Problems|
|A New Method for Finding Power Structures|
|Developing Network Exchange Theory|