R.L. Breiger -- Selected Publications and Papers (1)
R.L. Breiger and Julia Grace Smith. "Insurgencies as Netorks of Event Orderings." Sociological Theory 36 (2018). Click to read.
R.L. Breiger, Robin Wagner-Pacifici, and John W. Mohr. "Capturing Distinctions while Mining Text Data: Toward Low-Tech Formalization." Poetics (June 2018). Click to read.
Meltem Odabas, Thomas J. Holt, and R.L. Breiger. "Governance in Online Stolen Data Markets." In Jens Beckert and Matias Dewey (eds.), The Architecture of Illegal Markets: Toward an Economic Sociology of Illegality in the Economy. New York: Oxford University Press (2017). More information.
Meltem Odabas, Thomas J. Holt and R.L. Breiger. "Markets as Governance Environments for Organizations at the Edge of Illegality: Insights from Social Network Analysis." American Behavioral Scientist 61: 1267-1288 (2017). Click to read.
Matthew Dabkowski, Neng Fan, and R.L. Breiger, "Exploratory Block- modeling for One-Mode, Unsigned, Deterministic Networks using Integer Programming and Structural Equivalence." Social Networks 47 (October 2016): 93-106. Click to read.
Qingpeng Zhang, Daniel Dajun Zeng, Fei-Yue Wang, R.L. Breiger, and James A Hendler, "Brokers or Bridges? Exploring Structural Holes in a Crowdsourcing System." IEEE Computer 49 (June 2016): 56-64. Click to read.
Ronald Breiger, Lauren Pinson, and Gary Ackerman, "From Factors to Actors: Enhancing the Reliability of CBRN Analysis." CBRNe World magazine (April 2016): 30-37. Click to read.
John W. Mohr, Ronald L. Breiger, and Robin Wagner-Pacifici (eds.). Conceiving the Social with Big Data: A Symposium of Social and Cultural Scientists, special issue of Big Data & Society 2(2) (2015). Click for Table of Contents.
Robin Wagner-Pacifici, John W. Mohr, and R.L. Breiger. "Ontologies, methodologies, and new uses of Big Data in the social and cultural sciences." Big Data & Society 2(2) (2015). Click to read.
R.L. Breiger. "Scaling Down." Big Data & Society 2(2) (2015). Click to read.
John W. Mohr, Robin Wagner-Pacifici, and R.L. Breiger. "Toward a Computational Hermeneutics." Big Data & Society 2(2) (2015). Click to read.
Matthew Dabkowski, R.L. Breiger, and Ferenc Szidarovszky, “Simuntaneous-Direct Blockmodeling for Multiple Relations in Pajek.” Social Networks 40 (2015): 1-16. Click to read.