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Inter-organizational Data and Data Bank Design

Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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1. Gross, Bertram M.  The State of the Nation: Social systems accounting, page 154-271, In: Raymond A. Bauer (Ed.), Social Indicators, Cambridge M.I.T., 1966.

2. Singer, J. David.  Man and world politics: the psycho-cultural interface. Journal of Social Issues, July 1968, vol. 24, no. 3, page 127-156.

3. Galtung, Johan.  Chemical structure and social structure: an essay on structuralism, Oslo, International Peace Research Institute, 1970, 26 pages.

4. Beer, Stafford.  Managing modern complexity. page 41-62. In: The Management of Information and Knowledge. A compilation of papers prepared for the eleventh meeting of the Panel on Science and Technology. Committee on Science and Astronautics. U.S. House of Representatives, Washington D.C., 1970.

5. Judge, Anthony. Information systems and inter-organizational space. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, vol. 393, January 1971, page 47-64. [text]

6. Alger, Chadwick F.  Research on research: a decade of quantitative and field research on international organizations. International Organization, 1970.

7. Beal, George M.  System linkages among women's organizations. Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Iowa State University, 1967.

8. Aiken, Michael / Hage, J.  Organizational interdependence and intra-organizational structure. American Sociological Review, 33, 6, December 1968, page 912-930.

9. In all the following, statistical series data is collected either on nations or individuals but, with one partial exception, never on other intermediate social entities. None of them consider non-economic transactions or links between social entities.
* United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (social indicators)
* United Nations. Yearbook of International Trade Statistics (e.g. no indication of number of trading entities)
* United Nations, ECOSOC. Report on the World Social Situation (of which Gross states that "social" is used to refer to certain minimum welfare concepts (as in the phrase "social worker") rather than to a major aspect of society" (1, page 269-270))
* UNESCO. Statistical Yearbook (with the exception of numbers of educational institutions, museums, and libraries)
* United Nations. Statistical Yearbook. United Nations. Demographic Yearbook.
* International Labour Office. Yearbook of Labour Statistics (e.g., no indication of the number of trade unions).
* UK Government Statistical Service. Social Trends, no. 1, 1970 (108 Series)
10. Madhava, K. B.  (Ed.).    International development 1969; challenge to prevailing ideas on development. Proceedings of the 11th World Conference of the Society for International Development. Washington, DC, 1970.

11. Social Information for Developing Countries. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, vol. 393, January 1971, whole issue.

12. Mitchell, J. Clyde.  The concept and use of social networks. In: J. Clyde Mitchell (Ed.). Social networks in urban situation Manchester, Manchester University Press, 1969, page 1-50.

13. Barnes, J. A.  Clans and Committees in a Norwegian Island Parish. Human Relations, 1954, 7, page 39-58.

14. Jay, E.  The concepts of "field" and "network" in anthropological research. Man, 1964, IXIV, 137-39.

15. Berge, Claude.  The theory of graphs and its application. N. Wiley, 1964.

16. Flament, Claude.  Applications of graph theory to group structure. Prentice-Hall.

17. Harary, Frank / Norman, R. Z. / Cartwright, D.  Structural models: an introduction to the theory of directed graphs. Wiley, 1965.

18. Beshers, J. M. / Laumann, E. O.  Social distance: a network approach. American Sociological Review, XXX II, 225-36.

19. Mitchell, J. Clyde  (Ed.).    Social networks in urban situations. Manchester, Manchester University Press, 1969  (Including: J.A. Barnes. Networks and Political Process, p. 51-76.).

20. Deutsch, Karl W.  The Nerves of Government. Free Press, 1966.

21. Schon, Donald A.  What we can know about social change. The Listener, November- December 1970  (BBC Reith Lectures. London).

22. Toffler, Alvin.  Future shock; a study of mass bewilderment in the face of accelerating change. Bodley Head, 1970, Chapter 7 on Organization: the coming ad-hocracy.

23. Speeckaert, Georges P.  Les associations momentanées. International Associations, vol. 23, April 1971.

24. Judge, Anthony. Matrix organization and organizational networks. International Associations, vol. 23, March 1971, page 154-170. [text]

25. Judge, Anthony. The role of the "potential association". International Associations, vol. 23, March 1971, page 148-152. [text]

26. Judge, Anthony. Communication and international organizations. International Associations, vol 22, 1970, no. 2, page 67-79. [text]

27. Corey, E. J. / Todd, W.  Computer-assisted design of complex organic syntheses. Science, vol. 166, 10 October 1969, pp. 178-192.

28. Judge, Anthony. International Organizations and the Generation of the Will to Change; information systems required. Brussels, Union of International Associations, 1970. [text]

29. Brown, Dean / Lewis, Joan.  The process of conceptualization; some fundamental principles of learning useful in teaching with or without the participation of computers. Educational Policy Research Center, Stanford Research Institute, 1968.

30. Sutherland, Ivan.  Computer graphics. Datamation, May 1966, page 22-27.

31. Genthner, H. J.  Interactive computer graphics. Computer and Automation, November 1968, page 14-17.

32. Quirk, W. J.  Productive graphics and innovative engineering design. Datamation, October 1966, page 31-32.

33. Interactive graphics in data processing. IBM Systems Journal, vol. 7, 3 and 4, 1968, whole double issue.

34. Williams, Robin.  On the application of graph theory to computer data structures. In: Computer Graphics 70; an international symposium. Brunei University.

35. Wolfberg, Michael S.  An interactive graph theory system (ARPA Order no. 1228) In: Computer Graphics 70; an international symposium. London, Brunei University, 1970.

36. Wolfberg, Michael S.  An interactive graph theory system. Dissertation in Electrical Engineering, University of Pennsylvania, 1969; also Moore School of Electrical Engineering Report 69-25, University of Pennsylvania, 1969.

37. Michael, G. A.  Pictures, computers and input-output. In: D.B. Bobrow and J.L. Schwartz(Ed.). Computers and the Policy-making Community; applications to internationalrelations, New York, Prentice-Hall, 1968, p, 272-306.

38. Tesler, L. / Enea, H. / Colby, K. M.  A directed graph representation for computer simulation of belief systems. Mathematical Biosciences, vol. 2, 1/2, February 1968, p, 19-40.

39. Sutherland, Ivan.  Computer displays. Scientific American, 222, June 1970, pp. 56-81 See also: S.D. McIntosh and D.M. Griffel. The current ADMINS system for non- textual data. M.I.T. Center for International Studies, 1968. L.G. Roberts. Homogeneous matrix representation and manipulation of n-dimensional constructs. Notes for English Summer Conference Course, University of Michigan, 1965. K.M. Colby. Experiments with a search algorithm on the data base of a human belief structure. Stanford University, 1969.

40. Lasswell, Harold.  The transition toward more sophisticated procedures. In: Davis B. Bobrow and J.L. Schwartz (Ed.), Computers and the Policy-making Community; applications to international relations. New York, Prentice-Hall, 1968, pp. 307-314.

41. Britch, A. L.  An associative data structure to describe building component assemblies. In: Computer Graphics 70; sessions and papers, 3 vols, London, Brunei University, 1970.

42. United Nations, ECOSOC, Enlarged Committee for Programme and Coordination. Development of Modern Management Techniques and Use of Computers. E/AC.51/GR/L.9 October 7, 1968.

43. Jackson, Robert.  Capacity Study of the United Nations Development System, Geneva, 1970. 2 vols.

44. Riggs, Fred W.  Modernization and political problems: some developmental prerequisites. In: Willard A. Beling and George 0. Totten (Ed.), Developing nations: quest for a model, N.Y. Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1970.

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