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Networks of International Associations: Occupational categories and world problems


Networks of International Associations: Occupational categories and world problems (References)

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Anderson, Robert O.  A Sociometric Approach to the Analysis at Inter- organizational Relationships. Institute lor Community Development and Services, Michigan State University. l969.

Bealetal, George M.  System Linkages among Women's Organizations. Department (or Sociology and Anthropology, Iowa State University, 1967.

Harary, Frank / Norman, R. Z. / Cartwright, D.  Structural Models; an Introduction to the theory of directed graphs. Wiley, 1965.

Harary, Frank.  Graph Theory. Reading, Adiison-Wesley, 1969.

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Harary, Frank / Norman, R. Z. / Cartwright, D.  Structural Models; an Introduction to the theory of directed graphs. Wiley, 1965.

Lorrain, F.  Reseaux Sociaux et Classifications Sociales. Paris, Hermann, 1975.

Harary, Frank / Miller, H. A.  A graph-theoretic approach to the analysis of International relations. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 14, 1970, pp. 17-63.

Harary, Frank / Norman, R. Z. / Cartwright, D.  Structural Models; an Introduction to the theory of directed graphs. Wiley, 1965.

Schofield, N. J.  A topological model ofinternational relations. (Paper presented at a conference of the Peace Research Society  (international), London, 1971).

Union of International Associations. See relevant reference publications