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Theories of communication networks / Peter R. Monge, Noshir S. Contractor.

By: Monge, Peter R, 1942-.
Contributor(s): Contractor, Noshir S, 1959-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: HM1111 .M66 2003Publication: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2003Description: xxiv, 406 p. : ill.ISBN: 0195160371 (pbk.); 9780195160376 (pbk.); 0195160363 (hbk.); 9780195160369 (hbk.).Subject(s): Social interaction | Interpersonal communication | Communication -- Social aspects | Social perception
Contents:
1.Networks and Flows in Organizational Communication -- Pt. I. The Multitheoretical, Multilevel Framework -- 2. Network Concepts, Measures, and the Multitheoretical, Multilevel Analytic Framework -- 3. Communication and Knowledge Networks as Complex Systems -- 4. Computational Modeling of Networks -- Pt. II. Social Theories for Studying Communication Networks --5. Theories of Self-Interest and Collective Action -- 6. Contagion, Semantic, and Cognitive Theories -- 7. Exchange and Dependency Theories -- 8. Homophily, Proximity, and Social Support Theories -- 9. Evolutionary and Coevolutionary Theories -- Pt. III. Integration -- 10. Multitheoretical, Multilevel Models of Communication and Other Organizational Networks.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 331-376) and indexes.

1.Networks and Flows in Organizational Communication -- Pt. I. The Multitheoretical, Multilevel Framework -- 2. Network Concepts, Measures, and the Multitheoretical, Multilevel Analytic Framework -- 3. Communication and Knowledge Networks as Complex Systems -- 4. Computational Modeling of Networks -- Pt. II. Social Theories for Studying Communication Networks --5. Theories of Self-Interest and Collective Action -- 6. Contagion, Semantic, and Cognitive Theories -- 7. Exchange and Dependency Theories -- 8. Homophily, Proximity, and Social Support Theories -- 9. Evolutionary and Coevolutionary Theories -- Pt. III. Integration -- 10. Multitheoretical, Multilevel Models of Communication and Other Organizational Networks.

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