The Oxford Handbook of Analytical Sociology

Publikationsår: 2009

P. Hedström, P. Bearman

2009. Oxford University Press.

Innehåll

Foundations
1: Peter Hedström and Peter Bearman: What is analytical sociology all about? An introductory essay by Peter Hedström
2: Peter Hedström and Lars Udéhn: Analytical sociology and theories of the middle range

Social Cogs and Wheels
3: Jon Elster: Emotions
4: Jens Rydgren: Beliefs
5: Jeremy Freese: Preferences
6: Trond Petersen: Opportunities
7: Dan Goldstein: Heuristics
8: Diego Gambetta: Signaling
9: Jon Elster: Norms
10: Karen Cook and Alexandra Gerbasi: Trust

Social Dynamics

11: Michael Macy and Andreas Flache: Social dynamics from the bottom up: Agent-based models of social interaction
12: Elizabeth Bruch and Robert Mare: Segregation dynamics
13: Michael Biggs: Self fulfilling processes
14: Matthew Salganik and Duncan Watts: Social influence: The puzzling nature of success in cultural markets
15: Yvonne Åberg: The Contagiousness of Divorce
16: Katherine Stovel and Christine Fountain: Matching
17: Delia Baldassarri: Collective action
18: Meredith Rolfe: Conditional choice
19: James Moody: Network dynamics
20: Duncan Watts and Peter Dodds: Threshold models of social influence
21: Christopher Winship: Time and scheduling
22: Scott Feld and Bernard Grofman: Homophily and the focused organization of ties
23: Joel Podolny and Freda Lynn: Status
24: Ivan Chase and W. Brent Lindquist: Dominance hierarchies
25: Stathis Kalyvas: Conflict

Perspectives from other fields and approaches
26: Richard Breen: Game theory
27: Iris Bohnet: Experiments
28: Hannah Brueckner: Surveys
29: Diane Vaughan: Analytical ethnography
30: Karen Barkey: Historical sociology

Publikationsår: 2009

P. Hedström, P. Bearman

2009. Oxford University Press.

Innehåll

Foundations
1: Peter Hedström and Peter Bearman: What is analytical sociology all about? An introductory essay by Peter Hedström
2: Peter Hedström and Lars Udéhn: Analytical sociology and theories of the middle range

Social Cogs and Wheels
3: Jon Elster: Emotions
4: Jens Rydgren: Beliefs
5: Jeremy Freese: Preferences
6: Trond Petersen: Opportunities
7: Dan Goldstein: Heuristics
8: Diego Gambetta: Signaling
9: Jon Elster: Norms
10: Karen Cook and Alexandra Gerbasi: Trust

Social Dynamics

11: Michael Macy and Andreas Flache: Social dynamics from the bottom up: Agent-based models of social interaction
12: Elizabeth Bruch and Robert Mare: Segregation dynamics
13: Michael Biggs: Self fulfilling processes
14: Matthew Salganik and Duncan Watts: Social influence: The puzzling nature of success in cultural markets
15: Yvonne Åberg: The Contagiousness of Divorce
16: Katherine Stovel and Christine Fountain: Matching
17: Delia Baldassarri: Collective action
18: Meredith Rolfe: Conditional choice
19: James Moody: Network dynamics
20: Duncan Watts and Peter Dodds: Threshold models of social influence
21: Christopher Winship: Time and scheduling
22: Scott Feld and Bernard Grofman: Homophily and the focused organization of ties
23: Joel Podolny and Freda Lynn: Status
24: Ivan Chase and W. Brent Lindquist: Dominance hierarchies
25: Stathis Kalyvas: Conflict

Perspectives from other fields and approaches
26: Richard Breen: Game theory
27: Iris Bohnet: Experiments
28: Hannah Brueckner: Surveys
29: Diane Vaughan: Analytical ethnography
30: Karen Barkey: Historical sociology