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The Oxford handbook of political networks /

Published by : Oxford University Press, (New York :) Physical details: xxi, 982 pages: 24cm. ISBN:9780190228217 (hardcover). Year: 2018
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction : the emergence of the study of networks in politics / Jennifer Nicoll Victor, Alexander H. Montgomery, and Mark Lubell -- The emergence of organizations and states / John Padgett -- Power structures of policy networks / David Knoke and Tetiana Kostiuchenko -- Political networks and computational social science / David Lazer and Stefan Wojcik -- Causal inference in political networks / Jon Rogowski and Betsy Sinclair -- Network theory and political science / John Patty and Elizabeth Maggie Penn -- Relational concepts, measurement, and data collection / Justin H. Gross and Joshua M. Jansa -- Statistical inference in political networks research / Bruce A. Desmarais, Skyler J. Cranmer -- Stochastic actor-oriented models for network dynamics / Tom Snijders and Mark Pickup -- Latent networks and spatial networks in politics / Cassy Dorff, Shahryar Minhas, and Michael D. Ward -- Visualization of networks / Jürgen Pfeffer -- Discourse network analysis : policy debates as dynamic networks / Philip Leifeld -- Semantic networks and applications in public opinion research / Sijia Yang and Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon -- Voting and participation / Meredith Rolfe and Stephanie Chan -- Social networks and vote choice / Lauren Ratliff Santoro and Paul Beck -- Political parties and campaign finance networks / Paul S. Herrnson and Justin H. Kirkland -- A network approach to interest group politics / Michael T. Heaney and James M. Strickland -- American political parties as networks / Gregory Koger, Seth E. Masket, and Hans Noel -- Legislative networks / Nils Ringe, Jennifer N. Victor, and Wendy Tam Cho -- Judicial networks / Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier, Dino P. Christenson, and Claire Leavitt -- Discussion networks / Scott D. McClurg, Casey Klofstad, and Anand Edward Sokhey -- Local government networks / Richard Feiock and Manoj Shrestha -- Network segregation and policy learning / Adam Henry -- Networks and European Union politics / Paul Thurner -- Networks and the politics of the environment / Ramiro Berardo, Isabella Alcañiz, Jennifer Hadden, and Lorien Jasny -- Health policy networks / Alexandra P. Joosse and H. Brinton Milward -- Terrorism networks / Arie Perliger -- The international-trade network / Giorgio Fagiolo -- Global governance networks / Mette Eilstrup-Sangiovanni -- Human rights and transnational advocacy networks / Amanda Murdie and Marc Polizzi -- Democracy and cooperative communities / Zeev Maoz -- Arms supply and proliferation networks / David Kinsella and Alexander H. Montgomery -- Bringing political networks into comparative politics / Armando Razo -- Democratic institutions and political networks / David Siegel -- Institutions and political networks in Europe / Manuel Fischer -- Social networks in the Brazilian electorate / Barry Ames, Andy Baker, and Amy Erica Smith -- Climate change policy networks cross country / Jeffrey Broadbent -- What can political science learn from other disciplines? : interviews with scholars in other fields: Steve Borgatti, business -- Matthew Jackson, economics -- James Moody, sociology -- Peter Mucha, mathematics -- Derek Ruths, computer science -- Stanley Wasserman, statistics and psychology.

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