R.L. Breiger -- Selected Publications and Papers (4)

R.L. Breiger, “On the Duality of Cases and Variables: Correspondence Analysis (CA) and Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA).” In David Byrne and Charles C. Ragin (eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Case-Based Methods. London: Sage, 2009, 243-259. More information.  Read the “Discussion” section.

Ray-May Hsung, Nan Lin, and Ronald L. Breiger (eds.) Contexts of Social Capital: Social Networks in Markets, Communities, and Families. New York and London: Routledge, 2009 (paperback ed. 2012). More information. -- Read review by Mario Small.

Ray-May Hsung and R.L. Breiger, “Position generators, affiliations, and the institutional logics of social capital: A study of Taiwan firms ad individuals.”  Pp. 3-27 in Hsung, Lin, and Breiger, eds. ([2009] 2012), ibid. Read a preview.

R.L. Breiger, “The Analysis of Social Networks.” Pp. 505–526 in Handbook of Data Analysis, edited by Melissa Hardy and Alan Bryman. London: Sage Publications, [2004] 2009, paperback ed. More information. Read a selection.

R.L. Breiger, “Comment [on Mark S. Handcock, Adrian E. Raftery, and Jeremy M. Tantrum, Model-Based Clustering for Social Networks],” Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, 170 (2007): 332-33. Click to read.

R.L. Breiger, “Culture and Classification in Markets: An Introduction.” Poetics 33 (2005): 157-162. Click to read.


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Yanjie Bian, Ronald Breiger, Deborah Davis, and Joseph Galaskiewicz, “Occupation, Class, and Social Networks in Urban China.” Social Forces 83 (2005): 1443-1468. Click to read.

Chinese-language version of Bian et al., in Jean Hung and Hsin-chi Kuan (eds.), Studies on the Beginning of 21st Century China by Chinese and Western Scholars. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press (2009), pp. 395-417. More information.