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Network Analysis and Ethnographic Problems

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Informationen zum Autor Douglas White is Professor of Anthropology and Social Networks at the University of California! Irvine. Ul... Lire la suite
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Informationen zum Autor Douglas White is Professor of Anthropology and Social Networks at the University of California! Irvine. Ulla Johansen is Professor of Anthropology at the University of Cologne! Germany. Klappentext Using network visualization and the study of the dynamics of marriage choices, Network Analysis and Ethnographic Problems expands the theory of social practice to show how changes in the structure of a society's kinship network affect the development of social cohesion over time. Using the genealogical networks of a Turkish nomad clan, authors Douglas White and Ulla Johansen explore how changes in network cohesion are revealed to be indicative of key processes of social change. This approach alters in fundamental ways the anthropological concepts of social structure, organizational dynamics, social cohesion, marriage strategies, as well as the study of community politics within the dynamics of ongoing personal interaction. Zusammenfassung Using network visualization and the study of the dynamics of marriage choices! this work expands the theory of social practice to show how changes in the structure of a society's kinship network affect the development of social cohesion over time. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Introduction:Networks! Ethnography and Emergence Chapter 2 Problems of Analysis Chapter 3 Ethnographic Setting 4 Theories! Rules and Exceptions Chapter 5 Network Models and Complexity: Measures! Graphs! and Context Chapter 6 Clan Structures and Dynamics Chapter 7 Marriage! Rank and Migration: Fractality in Social Structure Chapter 8 Demography! Structure! and Social Change Chapter 9 Decentralized Leadership and Network Cohesion Chapter 10 Graphic Approaches to Nomad Solidarity: The Endoconical Clan Chapter 11 Conclusions

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Using network visualization and the study of the dynamics of marriage choices, Network Analysis and Ethnographic Problems expands the theory of social practice to show how changes in the structure of a society's kinship network affect the development of social cohesion over time. Using the genealogical networks of a Turkish nomad clan, authors Douglas White and Ulla Johansen explore how changes in network cohesion are revealed to be indicative of key processes of social change. This approach alters in fundamental ways the anthropological concepts of social structure, organizational dynamics, social cohesion, marriage strategies, as well as the study of community politics within the dynamics of ongoing personal interaction.



Résumé
Using network visualization and the study of the dynamics of marriage choices, this work expands the theory of social practice to show how changes in the structure of a society's kinship network affect the development of social cohesion over time.

Contenu

1 Introduction:Networks, Ethnography and Emergence Chapter 2 Problems of Analysis Chapter 3 Ethnographic Setting 4 Theories, Rules and Exceptions Chapter 5 Network Models and Complexity: Measures, Graphs, and Context Chapter 6 Clan Structures and Dynamics Chapter 7 Marriage, Rank and Migration: Fractality in Social Structure Chapter 8 Demography, Structure, and Social Change Chapter 9 Decentralized Leadership and Network Cohesion Chapter 10 Graphic Approaches to Nomad Solidarity: The Endoconical Clan Chapter 11 Conclusions

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Network Analysis and Ethnographic Problems
Sous-titre: Process Models of a Turkish Nomad Clan
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Code EAN: 9780739118924
ISBN: 0739118927
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Lexington Books
nombre de pages: 542
Poids: 823g
Taille: H229mm x B152mm x T31mm
Année: 2006