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Associate Editor, Journal of Complex Networks. Freeman L. C. (2004) The Development of Social Network Analysis: A Study in the Sociology of Science, vol. 1. Empirical Press Vancouver.
Moody, James. White D. R. (2003)  Conception of Social Groups. American Sociological Review 68(1):1-25. 2004 Outstanding Article Award in Mathematical Sociology. American Sociological Association. http://www2.asanet.org/journals/ASRFeb03MoodyWhite.pdf
Douglas R. White     7 Citations Enfoque de redes para el estudio de comunidades urbanas - Estudios demográficos y urbanos 05/1994; 9(2):303.		
Douglas R. White     30 Citations - Rethinking Polygyny: Co-Wives and Cultural Systems - Current Anthropology 01/1964; 29(4):529-558; 568-572.
Douglas R. White     92 Citations - Standard Cross-Cultural Sample
  • Douglas Richie White - citizendium - Links 2 PDF pubs 2010
  • Douglas_R._White - L,S,D,Sole - wikiwand DRW - Douglas R. White. Complexity researcher (SFI external faculty) and ethno-sociologist, or social anthropologist with broad sociological as well as comparative and ethnographic interests in human societies and global historical processes. My PhD in Anthropology and a subfield in sociological theory with advisor E. Adamson Hoebel, University of Minnesota, involved the CIC Traveling Scholar Program with transfer of credits from Michigan, Columbia, and Northwestern Universities and back to the U. of Minnesota. High school education involved a year in Madrid with Spanish families Pablo Sela and Peidro. A BA involved two quarters of transfer credits for ethnographic fieldwork under supervision at the University of Veracruz in Jalapa, and colleagues in Mexico City. I began teaching at the University of Pittsburgh (Anthropology, Sociology) in 1967, finished the PhD in 1969, and continued from 1976 as a Professor at the School of Social Sciences, University of California, Irvine. I chaired a research group on Social Dynamics and Complexity and led a multicampus videoconference series in Human Social Complexity, supported by an appointment with the Institute of Mathematical Behavioral Sciences. The years of my 1990-92 Distinguished Senior U.S. Scientist Award from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation were largely spent at the Institute of Ethnology, Cologne, and the Maison Suger and EHESS Center for Advanced Studies, Paris, and 1/3rd third with European research institutes and universities. I worked at the Santa Fe Institute for Studies in Complexity in their external faculty and served on professional societies that run the Complex Systems conferences internationally, taught in the 2007 Paris ISC PIF Complexity summer school, am an Editor-in-Chief of peer-reviewed anthro/soc and interdisciplinary e-journals for the University of California system, Structure and Dynamics eJournal and World Cultures.

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  • 1969 Research Methods in Social Network Analysis Eds. Linton C. Freeman, Douglas White, and A. Kimball Romney. Research Methods in Social Network Analysis. Fairfax, VA.
  • 1974 Lilyan A. Brudner, Douglas R. White. Interim Report for the Minister of Finance, Ireland. (and Chapter 1).
  • 1974 Lilyan A. Brudner, Douglas R. White. Chapter Two: Survey of the 1st year and 6th year Students.
  • 1975 Lilyan A. Brudner, Douglas R. White. Main Report of the Committee on Language Attitudes Research Regarding Irish: Introduction, Attitudes, Abilities, Usage, Conclusions and Recommendations. Chapters 1-4. Dublin, Ireland: Government Printing Office.
  • 1975 Lilyan A. Brudner, Douglas R. White. Tuaraiscail: Report of the Committee on Language Attitudes Research Regardi ng Irish. Dublin: Government Printing Office. 5 volumes. Main Report.
  • 1975 Lilyan A. Brudner, Douglas R. White. Chapter 5. Interpretation of Main Findings and Evaluation of policy Implication.
  • 1998 Thomas Schweizer and Douglas R. White, Eds. Kinship, Networks and Exchange, Cambridge University Press.
  • 2004 Network Analysis and Ethnographic Problems: Process Models of a Turkish Nomad Clan, by Douglas R. White and Ulla C. Johansen. Oxford, UK and Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
  • 2017 Wiley Companion to Cross-Cultural Research. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Forthcoming.
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  1. Douglas R. White with minimal 2nd DR Whites included
  2. Douglas R. White 178 UC eScholarship Publications and Citations - The World Cultures Database, World Cultures 1#1:1-16.
  3. Douglas R. White Wiley Companion to Cross-Cultural Research. In process: with additional authors.
Co-edited books and edited journal issues (164 books and articles)
Reviews of papers and books
http://www.amazon.com/Network-Analysis-Ethnographic-Problems-Process/dp/0739118927/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1448037156&sr=1-1&keywords=Ulla+Johansen
http://escholarship.org/uc/item/92w2g2xg - review
http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/turks/Networks_and_Ethnography.htm
http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pub/PMContFwd01.pdf :Reviews here by Leaf and Doyle - you may want to hear from Martin Doyle on Tribes and Clans
  1. THESES
  2. 1963 Douglas R. White. The Fiesta of the Virgin of Remedios in Acatlán, Veracruz: A Study of the Social Integration and Cultural Dynamics in a Mexican Village. Mimeo. Anthropology Department, Senior Honors Thesis, Minneapolis, University of Minnesota. Restudy in progress by Claudia Bautista Monroy.
  3. 1967 Douglas R. White. Concomitant Variation in Kinship Structures. M.A. Thesis. University of Minnesota.
  4. 1969 (Repeats below) Douglas R. White. Decision Making in Equestrian Indian Societies: An Essay in Comparative Pragmatics. PhD Dissertation, Anthropology Department, University of Minnesota (Library). http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pdf/ThesisPgsCover-214.pdf - ILL request - U of Minn Pdf
    COMPARATIVE: networks of interdependence, autocorrelation, regionality, complex temporal interaction, Cross Cultural Research, World Cultures eJournal at UC eScholarship
  5. 1967 HRAF, Participants Harold Driver, Fred Eggan, Clellan Ford, Ward Goodenough, Andre Köbben, G. Peter Murdock, Raoul Naroll, John Roberts, Melvin Spiro, Robert Textor, Stanley Udy, Douglas White, John Whiting. Summary of Conference Discussion on Cross-Cultural Research. Cross-Cultural Research: Official journal of the Society for Cross-Cultural Research 2:63-69.
  6. 1967 Douglas R. White. Compendium of Coded Materials from Cross-Cultural Literature. Manuscript. University of Minnesota.
  7. 1968 Douglas R. White. Societal Research Archives System: Retrieval, Quality Control and Analysis of Comparative Data. Social Science Information 7(3): 78-94. http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/SRAS/SRAS1968.pdf Reprinted 1970 as Chapter 35, pp 676-685, in R. Naroll and R. Cohen, Handbook of Method in Cultural Anthropology. Natural History Press and 1970 Columbia University Press.
  8. 1969 Douglas R. White. Decision Making in Equestrian Indian Societies: An Essay in Comparative Pragmatics. PhD Dissertation, Anthropology Department, University of Minnesota (Library). http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pdf/ThesisPgsCover-214.pdf
  9. 1969 (reprint 2006) George P. Murdock and Douglas R. White. Standard Cross-Cultural Sample. Ethnology 8(4):329-369. http://www.jstor.org/stable/3772907 new edition 2008 1969 George P. Murdock and Douglas R. White, Standard Cross-Cultural Sample: on-line edition. Reprinted with new annotations from Ethnology 8:329-369: Social Dynamics and Complexity (Working Paper Series), 2006, UC Irvine. See: Standard Cross-Cultural Sample for further information.
  10. 1986 Douglas R. White The World Cultures Database. World Cultures 1#1:1-16. A UC eScholarship eJournal.
  11. 1986 Douglas R. White. The World Cultures Database. Published: World Cultures eJournal 1:1, 1986
  12. 1986 Douglas R. White, editor. [http://escholarship.org/uc/wc_worldcultures?volume=1;issue=1World Cultures eJournal 1:1. A UC eScholarship eJournal.
  13. 2006 Douglas R. White. Pinpointing Sheets for the Standard Cross-Cultural Sample: Complete Edition. World Cultures eJournal 17(1): 1-250.
  14. 2004 Douglas R. White and Andrej Korotayev. Statistical Analysis of Cross-Tabs. (Intended as book chapter but out of date)
  15. 1993. White, Douglas R. Spatial Levels in Cultural Organization: An Empirical Study. Handbuch der Ethnologie, pp. 459-488. Festschrift für Ulla Johansen. Edited by Thomas Schweizer, Margarete Schweizer, and Waltraud Kokot. Berlin: Reimer Verlag.
  16. 1988 Douglas R. White; Michael L. Burton. Causes of Polygyny: Ecology, Economy, Kinship, and Warfare. American Anthropologist, New Series, Vol. 90, No. 4. (Dec., 1988), pp. 871-887. http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pw/AA88num4.pdf http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pdf/AA88num4.pdf
  17. 1975 Douglas R. White, Process, Statistics and Anthropological Theory: An Appreciation of Harold E. Driver. -- Reviews in Anthropology - -journal 2(3):295-314. In, Joseph G. Jorgensen, ed. Comparative Studies by Harold E. Driver and Essays in bis Honor. New Haven: HRAF Press, 1974. 248 pp. Diagrams, tables, figures, maps, appendix, and bibliography. $20.00." Also see http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all~content=a923866342~frm=abslink
  18. 1982 Malcolm M. Dow, Douglas R. White, M. L. Burton. Multivariate Modeling with Interdependent Network Data. Cross-Cultural Research 17(3-4):216-245. abstract. http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pdf/1982DowetalMultivariateModellingwithNonindependentdata.pdf
  19. 1982 (Repeats below) Malcolm M. Dow, M.L. Burton, Douglas R. White. Network Autocorrelation: A Simulation Study of a Foundational Problem in the Social Sciences. Social Networks 4(2):169-200. http://tinyurl.com/yuvqrv
  20. 1984 Dow, Malcolm M., Michael L. Burton, Douglas R. White, Karl P. Reitz. Galton's Problem as Network Autocorrelation. American Ethnologist 11(4):754-770. http://www.jstor.org/pss/644404 GaltonsProblemAsNetworkAutocorrelation0.pdf
  21. 1986 & 1990 Murdock, G. P., Robert Texter, H. Barry III, Douglas R. White. World Culures 2(4) and 6(3): The first and second computer versions.
  22. 1988 Douglas R. White, Lilyan A. Brudner-White. The Murdock Legacy: the Ethnographic Atlas and the Search for a Method. Behavior Science Research 17: 216-245.
  23. 1988 Douglas R. White, Rethinking Polygyny: Co-Wives, Codes, and Cultural Systems. Current Anthropology 29(4):529-558, 568-572 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/227855226_Rethinking_Polygyny_Co-Wives_Codes_and_Cultural_Systems.
  24. 1988 Douglas R. White. Rethinking Polygyny: Co-Wives, Codes, and Cultural Systems. Current Anthropology 29(4):529-558, 568-572. http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pw/Polygyny1988.pdf pdf.
  25. 1989 See also Douglas R. White. Questioning the Correlational Evidence for Kipsigis Wealth as a Cause of Reproductive Success Rather Than Polygyny as a Cause of Both Extra Children and Extra Wealth. American Anthropologist. New Series, Vol. 91, No. 1 (Mar., 1989), pp. 175-178.
  26. 1988 White, D. R., L. Betzig, M. B. Mulder, G. Chick, J. Hartung, W. Irons, B. S. Low, K. F. Otterbein, P. C. Rosenblatt, and P. Spencer (1988). Rethinking polygyny: co-wives, codes, and cultural systems [and comments and reply]. Current Anthropology 29 (4), 529-572.
  27. 1988 John W. M. Whiting, M.L. Burton, A.K. Romney, C.C. Moore, and D.R. White. [http://ccr.sagepub.com/content/22/1-4/23.full.pdf+html A Reanalysis of Murdock's Model for Social Structure Based On Optimal Scaling. Cross-Cultural Research 22: 23-40, doi:10.1177/106939718802200104
  28. Winkelman, Michael J., and Douglas R. White. 1987. A Cross-Cultural Study of Magico-Religious Practitioners and Trance States: Data Base. Human Relations Area Files Research Series in Quantitative Cross-Cultural Data,Vol. 3 (D. Levinsonand R. Wagner, eds.). New Haven: HRAF Press. --- Reprinted 1988. Duke Univ. Press.
  29. 1990 Douglas R. White. 1990. Sampling and Samples — Five Critical Issues. Field Methods February 2:9. http://fmx.sagepub.com/content/2/1/9
  30. 1990 Douglas R. White. World-System and Regional Linkages as Causally Implicated in Local Level Conflicts at the Ethnographic Horizon. Zeitschrift fur Ethnologie 115:111-137. ZeitschriftDouglasWhite.pdf internal and external war. http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pub/Zeitschrift.pdf or http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pdf/Zeitschrift.pdf ZeitschriftDouglasWhite.pdf
  31. 1991 Douglas R. White. Data Base Software and Data Sharing. Field Methods 3(2):1-3. http://fmx.sagepub.com/content/3/2/1.full.pdf+html (Journal title: Cultural Anthropology Methods changed to Field Methods) http://fmx.sagepub.com/search/results?fulltext=Data+Base+Software+and+Data+Sharing&x=0&y=0&submit=yes&journal_set=spfmx&src=selected&andorexactfulltext=and
  32. 2000 Murdock, G. P., Robert Texter, H. Barry III, D. R. White, J. P. Gray, W. Divale. World Culures 10(1): The third computer version.
  33. 1986 Douglas R. White, Focused Ethnographic Bibliography for the Standard Cross-Cultural Sample: on-line. World Cultures 2(1):1-126. http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/worldcul/SCCSbib.pdf
  34. 1989 Douglas R. White. Focused Ethnographic Bibliography for the Standard Cross-Cultural Sample. Cross-Cultural Research vol. 23(1-4): 1-145. http://ccr.sagepub.com/content/23/1-4/1.abstract
  35. 2014 Laura Holt and Douglas R. White. Standard Cross-Cultural Sample: Ethnographic References at the SAR Catherine McElvain Library, School of Advanced Research, Santa Fe, New Mexico. (These are updated principal ethnographic sources from White 1986, 1989. World Cultures 2(1):1-126. Also published at Cross-Cultural Research 23(1):1-145.
  36. 1985 Douglas R. White. Setting Up a Cross-Cultural Work Station. World Cultures 1#3. Art. 3.
  37. 1985 Douglas R. White. Satellite Images, Ecology, and Geographic Information Systems. World Cultures 1#3. Art. 6.
  38. 1985 Douglas R. White. Entailment Analysis. World Cultures 1#3. Art. 7. SEA.exe is at http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/entail/sea.html along with http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/entail/2or3way.for and http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/entail/emanual.html
  39. see below Ref A. Highly significant with respect to the comparative topics.
  40. 1993. White, Douglas R. Spatial Levels in Cultural Organization: An Empirical Study. Handbuch der Ethnologie, pp. 459-488. Festschrift für Ulla Johansen. Edited by Thomas Schweizer, Margarete Schweizer, and Waltraud Kokot. Berlin: Reimer Verlag.
  41. 2002 Douglas R. White. Cross-Cultural Research: An Introduction for Students. Course materials Anthropology 174AW.
  42. 2003 Douglas R. White, Emergence, transformation and decay in pastoral nomad socio-natural systems. For "Emergence, Transformation and Decay in Socio-Natural Systems", edited by Sander van der Leeuw, Uno Svedin, Tim Kohler, and Dwight Read. May 22-26 Workshop on "System Shocks -- System Resilience," Abisco, Sweden. http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/PastoralNomadism3.pdf
  43. 2007 Douglas R. White, Standard Cross-Cultural Sample. International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd edition. Vol "S":88-95. New York: Macmillan Reference USA. http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pub/IntlEncyStdCross-CulturalSample.pdf draft:http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pub/SCCSencycl1.1.pdf - http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pub/IntlEncyStdCross-CulturalSample.pdf
  44. 2013 Eleanor Wynn and Douglas R. White. Computing Reincarnation Beliefs Across Cultures. Ronin Institute. http://ronininstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/wynnwhite-final.pdf
  45. 2015 Cyril C. Grueter, Douglas R. White On the emergence of large-scale human social integration and its antecedents in primates. Structure and Dynamics 7(1) article 2. Emergence of large-scale human social integration pdf Emergence of large-scale human social integration Short Santa Fe Working Paper 15-03-006. March 2015.
  46. 2015 Douglas R. White and Duran Bell. Methodological Individualism and Generosity. World Cultures eJournal 20(1): 1-11.
  47. 2016 (In Prep) Tolga Oztan and Douglas R. White. The EvolutionaryLattice of Avoidance as RespectThe EvolutionaryLattice of Avoidance as Respect. Santa Fe Institute Working Paper #: 13-12-038 This is a preliminary preprint of a Chapter 6 whose final and definitive form will be published in the Wiley Companion to Cross-Cultural Research. Please refer to the published version. The_EvolutionaryLattice_of_Avoidance_as_Respect.
  48. 2016 Douglas R. White. The Economics of Generosity and Methodological Individualism. Santa Fe Institute Working Paper #:16-02-002 http://www.santafe.edu/media/workingpapers/16-02-002.pdf
    URBAN ANTHROPOLOGY
  49. 1972 Thomas Weaver and Douglas R. White. Introduction. The Anthropology of Urban Environments. The Society for Applied Anthropology Monograph Series NUMBER 11.
  50. 1972 Douglas R. White and Thomas Weaver. Sociological Contributions to an Urban Anthropology. Chapter 9. The Anthropology of Urban Environments. The Society for Applied Anthropology Monograph Series NUMBER 11.
  51. 1972 Thomas Weaver and Douglas R. White. Anthropological Approaches to Urban and Complex Society. Chapter 10. The Anthropology of Urban Environments. The Society for Applied Anthropology Monograph Series NUMBER 11.
    DRAFTS for WILEY and CoSSci: networks of interdependence, autocorrelation, regionality, complex temporal interaction, Cross Cultural Research
  52. 2015 Douglas White, Paul Rodriguez, Eric Blau, Stuart Martin, Lukazs Lacinski, Thomas Uram, Feng Ren, Wesley Roberts, Tolga Oztan. Chapter X: First Complex Systems Digital Campus World E-Conference 2015. Part of the series Springer Proceedings in Complexity pp 99-108. CS-DC'15 Panel on Synthesis of Ecological, Biological, and Ethnographic Data 9–13. Abstract Extending the innovative “Def Wy” procedures for modeling evolutionary network effects (Malcolm Dow, Cross-Cult Res 41: 336–363, 2007; Malcolm Dow and Anthon Eff, Cross-Cult Res 43: 134–151, 2009; Dow and Eff, Cross-Cult Res 43: 206–229, 2009). ------- Springer Chapter
  53. 2015 Douglas White (UCI), Paul Rodriguez (SDSC), Eric Blau, Stuart Martin, Lukasz Lacinski, Rachana Ananthakrishnan, Thomas Uram (Argonne), Ren Feng (Xiamen), Tolga Oztan (UCI).Deep and Surface Causality: Global Teaching and Access to HPC Social Science
  54. 2015 (in Prep) Douglas R. White, Malcolm M. Dow, et al. Networks of Variables Modeling (NoVA) with DEf for Cross-Cultural Research. This is a preliminary preprint of a Chapter 5 whose final and definitive form will be published in the Wiley Companion to Cross-Cultural Research. Please refer to the published version.
  55. 2015 (in Prep) Douglas R. White, et al. Manuals for Modeling with DEf for Cross-Cultural Research. Part 1: Make_your_own_DEf_model.pdf. This is a preprint of a part of Chapter 4 whose final and definitive form will be published in the Wiley Companion to Cross-Cultural Research. Please refer to the published version.
  56. 2013 (in Preparation) Douglas R. White, Malcolm Dow, E. Anthon Eff, and Patrick Gray, Eds., Companion to Cross-Cultural Research. Wiley: Editor, Rosalie Robertson.
  57. 2013 Douglas R. White, Ren Feng, Giorgio Gosti, B. Tolga Oztan. Easy R scripts for Two-Stage Least Squares, Instruments, Inferential Statistics and Latent Variables. For submission to Sociological Methodology.
  58. 2011 Douglas R. White, B. Tolga Oztan, Giorgio Gosti, Elliott Wagner, and John Snarey. Discovery of Hidden Variables for the Evolution of Ethical Religions Shortened draft submitted 2012 to Scientific American. http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pdf/MoralDraft9newformatShortA10_25_11.docx
    MATHEMATICAL FOUNDATIONS: process, optimization, structural contingency, decomposing roles and groups
  59. 1973 Douglas R. White. Mathematical Anthropology. In J. J. Honigmann, ed., Handbook of Social and Cultural Anthropology, pp 369-446. http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pub/MathAnth74-1.pdf Math Anth comment. 1973 Review
  60. 1977 Douglas R. White, M. Burton, L. Brudner. Entailment Theory and Method: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of the Sexual Division of Labor. Cross-Cultural Research 12:1-24. (formerly Behavior Science Research) http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/ http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pub/Entail77.pdf
  61. 1983 Douglas R. White & Karl P. Reitz. Graph and Semigroup Homomorphisms on Networks of Relations. Social Networks 5:193-234. http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pub/whitereitz.pdf
    1999 (Translation) Douglas R. White & K. P. Reitz. Homomorfismos de Grafos y Semigrupos Sobre Redes de Relaciones. Pecar: Revista Politica y Sociedad, special issue edited by Narciso Pizarro. Monográfico "Análisis de Redes Sociales: la consolidación de un paradigma interdisciplinar. Madrid, 22 de junio de 1999 (número 33)
  62. 1993 Linton C. Freeman & Douglas R. White. Using Galois lattices to represent network data. Sociological Methodology 1993 (23):127-146. http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pw/Galois.pdf http://tinyurl.com/2v9pvg
  63. 1995a Douglas R. White and Rudolf Wille. The Distribution of Avoidances in Human Societies. fig. p.5, in, Lattice Theory and its Applications: In Celebration of Garrett Birkhoff's 80th Birthday 1995, edited by K. A. Baker, Garrett Birkhoff, and Rudolf Wille. Lemgo, Germany: Heidermann Verlag. Elaborations of selected lectures presented at the Symposium on Lattice Theory and its Applications, held at the Technische Hochschule Darmstadt in June, 1991.
  64. 1995b Douglas R. White. The distribution of avoidances in human societies. http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/Avoidances.htm See: Implicational propositional calculus and statistical entailment analysis.
  65. 2001 Douglas R. White & Frank Harary. The Cohesiveness of Blocks in Social Networks: Node Connectivity and Conditional Density. Sociological Methodology 2001 (31):305-359. http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/sm-w23.PDF http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/bpl/some/2001/00000031/00000001/art00015
  66. 2002 Douglas R. White & Frank Harary. Collective Geodesics and Co-Evolution: A Graph Theoretic Structural Model. Advances in Complex Systems. (This paper has flaws in the attempted theory: A "Harary Prize" and proposed coauthorship awarded at this site for a solution). http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/MoietyProperties.pdf
    NETWORKS: structural cohesion, tie-generation dynamics, organizational and field dynamics, complex networks social circles model, parameterized simulation of feedback networks
  67. 2001. Douglas R. White and Mark E. J. Newman. Fast Approximation Algorithms for Finding (Multiple) Node-Independent Paths in Networks. SFI Working Paper Abstract. Santa Fe Institute working papers 01-07-035. See Mark E. J. Newman for the direct solution with an O(n3) exact solution good for graphs of 10,000 or more.
  68. 2003 James Moody, Douglas R. White. Structural Cohesion and Embeddedness: A Hierarchical Conception of Social Groups. American Sociological Review 68(1):1-25. 2004 Outstanding Article Award in Mathematical Sociology. American Sociological Association. http://www2.asanet.org/journals/ASRFeb03MoodyWhite.pdf - Santa Fe Institute working papers -- http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/summary?doi=10.1.1.18.5695 https://www.academia.edu/upgrade?feature=related_works&trigger=related-works-email
  69. 2003 Your paper just reached a larger audience! ---- https://www.academia.edu/upgrade?feature=related_works&trigger=related-works-email
  70. 2003 Structural Cohesion https://www.academia.edu/upgrade?feature=related_works&trigger=related-works-email
  71. 2004 Douglas R. White, Walter W. Powell, J. Owen-Smith, James Moody. Fields and Organizations: Micro-dynamics, scale and cohesive embeddings. Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory 10(1):95-117. eScholarship version. Springer Issue. Santa Fe Institute working papers - pdf. ----- Douglas R. White, Walter W. Powell, Jason Owen-Smith. 2003. Embeddedness in Multiple Networks Organization Theory and Structural Cohesion Theory. article draft for Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory. also http://www.academia.edu/2837278/Embeddedness_in_Multiple_Networks_Organization_Theory_and_Structural_Cohesion_Theory.
  72. 2004 Douglas R. White. Network Analysis and Social Dynamics. Cybernetics and Systems 34(2-3):173-192. Abstract: Network analysis, an area of mathematical anthropology and sociology crucial to the linking of theory and observation, developed dramatically in recent decades. This made possible a new understanding of social dynamics as a synthesis of network theories. Concrete links can be identified between the actions of self-reflective agents, with rich information processing and decision processes deeply embedded in social worlds, and emergence or change in the self-restructuring systems they operate—including the emergence of organizations, groups, institutions, norms, and cultures.
  73. 2004 Douglas R. White. Network Analysis, Social Dynamics and Feedback in Social Systems. http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pub/White_EMCSR2a.pdf http://tinyurl.com/3beqq2 Cybernetics and Systems 35(2-3):173-192.
  74. 2005 Walter W. Powell, Douglas R. White, Kenneth W. Koput & Jason Owen-Smith. Network Dynamics and Field Evolution: The Growth of Interorganizational Collaboration in the Life Sciences. American Journal of Sociology 110(4):901-975. AJS enhanced text and PDF. Viviana Zelizer Best Paper in Economic Sociology Award (2005-2006), American Sociological Association. http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/abs/10.1086/421508 See also Powell et al. http://www.chicagogsb.edu/socialorg/docs/Powell-publicscience.pdf - Santa Fe Institute working papers [http://www.nd.edu/~networks/Linked/newfile18.htm Cited in Barasi, "LINKED", The Eighteenth chapter of Linked. Obsolete: http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/full/10.1086/421508?cookieSet=1 Also dynamic graph: 2002 Walter W. Powell, Douglas R. White, Kenneth W. Koput & Jason Owen-Smith. The evolution of a science-based industry: Dynamic analyses and network visualization of biotechnology. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/225309059_Network_Dynamics_and_Field_Evolution_The_Growth_of_Interorganizational_Collaboration_in_the_Life_Sciences1/citation/258188097-1248727826 Network Dynamics: Cited in Simulating inter-organizational collaboration network: A multi-relational and event-based approach
  75. 2005 White, Douglas R., Nataša Kejžar, Constantino Tsallis, and Céline Rozenblat. Generative Historical Model of City-Size Hierarchies: 430BCE–2005. ISCOM Working Paper, Institute of Mathematical Behavioral Sciences, University of California, Irvine.
  76. 2006 Douglas R. White, Nataša Kejžar, Constantino Tsallis, Doyne Farmer, and Scott White. A Generative Model for Feedback Networks. Physical Review E, 016119 11pp. http://arxiv.org/abs/cond-mat/0508028 (abstracted@Smithsonian/NASA Astrophysics http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2005cond.mat..8028W) http://tinyurl.com/ylpbn3 Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social-circles_network_model Santa Fe Institute working papers. Reprinted: Social Dynamics and Complexity Working Paper Series, 2005. A_GenerativeModelforFeedbackNetworks05-08-034.pdf. See also http://arxiv.org/abs/nlin/0403006
  77. 2005. Kejzar, Natasa; White, Douglas R; Tsallis, Constantino; Farmer, J. Doyne; White, Scott. A generative model for feedback networks - A Natasa Kejzar presentation, Applied Statistics conference, 2005. Social Dynamics and Complexity Working Paper Series, 2005.
  78. 2008 (unfinished) Laurent Tambayong, Aaron Clauset, Cosma R. Shalizi, and Douglas R. White. q-Exponential Distributions in Empirical Data. SFI Draft.
  79. 2016 Robert Sinkovits, James Moody, B. Tolga Oztan, Douglas R. White. Fast Determination of Structurally Cohesive Subgroups in Large Networks. Journal of Computational Science. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877750316302058 - http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pub/1-s2.0-S1877750316302058-main.pdf
    WORLD TRADING NETWORKS: regular role equivalence, network theory of mobility, flow centrality, generalized blockmodeling
  80. See: 1983 Douglas R. White & Karl P. Reitz. Graph and Semigroup Homomorphisms on Networks of Relations. Social Networks 5:193-234. http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pub/whitereitz.pdf - Regular equivalence
    1999 (Translation) Douglas R. White & K. P. Reitz. Homomorfismos de Grafos y Semigrupos Sobre Redes de Relaciones. Pecar: Revista Politica y Sociedad, special issue edited by Narciso Pizarro. Monográfico "Análisis de Redes Sociales: la consolidación de un paradigma interdisciplinar. Madrid, 22 de junio de 1999 (número 33)
  81. 2014 Douglas R. White and Laurent Tambayong. Oscillatory dynamics of urban hierarchies 900-2000: Vulnerability and Resilience. Pp 141-170, Chapter 10 (Springer link), in Vijay Kumar Mago and Vahid Dabbaghian, Eds. Computational Models of Complex Systems. Springer. Table of Contents -- , preliminary version, not for citation. [http://www.wikicfp.com/cfp/servlet/event.showcfp?eventid=20952 Intelligent Systems Reference Library - Call for papers. pw/NEWnatureJune172007.pdf) Vijay Mago [vmago@sfu.ca], Vahid Dabbaghian [vdabbagh(AT)sfu.ca]
  82. 1992 David Smith & Douglas R. White. Structure and Dynamics of the Global Economy: Network Analysis of International Trade 1965-1980. Social Forces 70(4):857-894.http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pw/GlobalEcon1992.pdf
    1988 Douglas R. White, David A. Smith. Interview: Large-Scale Network of World Economy: Social scientists use the CRAY. Science at the San Diego Supercomputer Center 1987: 27-28. http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/WorldTrade/Cray.pdf
  83. 1991 Linton C. Freeman, Stephen P. Borgatti and Douglas R. White. Centrality in valued graphs: A measure of betweenness based on network flow. Social Networks 13(2): 141-154. http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pub/FlowCentrality1991.pdf
  84. 1994 Douglas R. White. 1994. Enfoque de redes para el estudio de comunidades urbanas Estudios demográficos y urbanos 05/1994; 9(2), 3003-3026.
  85. 1994 Douglas R. White & Stephen P. Borgatti. Betweenness Centrality Measures for Oriented Graphs. Social Networks 16:335- 346.
  86. http://www.steveborgatti.com/papers/borgatti%20-%20Betweenness%20centrality%20measures%20for%20directed%20graphs.pdf
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  87. 2007 Jörg Reichardt, Douglas R. White. Role Models for Complex Networks European Physical Journal B 60: 217-224. http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pw/ReichardtWhite.pdf http://arxiv.org/abs/0708.0958 http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pub/RW_6Page_JournalFormat.pdf Selected for Europhysics News 39(1):11 2008 "Highlights" - Santa Fe Institute working papers
    DYNAMICAL COMPLEXITY: HISTORICAL, ETHNOGRAPHIC, AND URBAN
  88. 1971 (repeats below) Douglas R. White. Natchez Class and Rank Reconsidered. (Difference equations, royal genealogies, prosopography of an Indigenous American nobility, and solution to the historical-demographic Natchez Paradox) (Douglas R. White, G. P. Murdock, R. Scaglion) Ethnology 10:369- 388. http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pub/NatchezPeople.pdf
  89. 1988 Arthur S. Iberall and Douglas R. White. Evidence for a long term process scale for social change in modern man settled in place via agriculture and engaged in trade and war. GeoJournal 17(3): 311-338. http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pdf/IberallWhite1988.pdf 1988 Arthur S. Iberall and Douglas R. White. Evidence for a long term process scale for social change in modern man settled in place via agriculture and engaged in trade and war. GeoJournal 17(3): 311-338.
  90. 1993. Arthur Iberall David Wilkenson and Douglas White, Foundations for Social & Biological Evolution: Progress Toward a Physical Theory of Civilization & of Speciation.
  91. chapters with 3 authors http://homeokinetics.org/foundations_for_social_and_biological_evolution.htm
  92. 2003 Douglas R. White, Artemy Malkov, Andrey Korotayev. The Periodic Theory of Elements for World Population. (unpublished)
  93. 2005 (repeats below) Douglas R. White & Ulla Johansen. Network Analysis and Ethnographic Problems: Process Models of a Turkish Nomad Clan. Paperback’06. Boston: Lexington Press/AltaMira. http://www.worldcatlibraries.org/oclc/122927949?tab=details Amazon.com book-enabled website "what could be the most important book in anthropology in fifty years" Alvin Wolfe USF wolfe@usf.edu Anthropology http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pw/Int.J.MiddleEastStud.38Wolfe2006Review.pdf
  94. 2005 Ulla Johansen & Douglas R. White. Collaborative Long-Term Ethnography and Longitudinal Social Analysis of a Nomad Clan in Southeastern Turkey. Chapter 4, in Robert V. Kemper and Anya Peterson Royce, Eds., Chronicling Cultures: Long-Term Field Research in Anthropology. AltaMirana Press, pp. 81-99. Reprinted: Social Dynamics and Complexity (Working Paper Series), UC Irvine.
  95. 2010 Ulla Johansen & Douglas R. White. Capitulo quatro, La etnografia colaborative a largo plazo y el analyisis social longitudinal de un clan nomada en el curese de Turquia. Cronicas Culturales. Investigaciones de campo a largo plazo en Antropologia. Editores Robert V. Kemper y Anya Peterson. Universidad IberoAmericana. Biblioteca Francisco Xavier Clavigero. trans. Paul Charles Kersey Johnson.
  96. 2005 Douglas R. White, Robert Manlove. Structure and Dynamics Vol.1 No.2: Editorial Commentary. Structure and Dynamics 1(2):1-6.
  97. 2005 Douglas R. White1,2, Nataša Kejžar3, Constantino Tsallis4, Céline Rozenblat5. 2005 Generative Historical Model of City Size Hierarchies: 430 BCE – 2005. Unpublished draft. 1-Institute of Mathematical Behavioral Sciences, UC Irvine 2-Santa Fe Institute 3-Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana 4 Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas F́ısicas, Rio de Janeiro 5-Université de Montpelier, Maison de la Géographie.
  98. 2008 Douglas R. White, Laurent Tambayong, and Nataša Kejžar. Oscillatory dynamics of city-size distributions in world historical systems. Chapter 9, In, G. Modelski, T. Devezas and W. Thompson, eds. Globalization as Evolutionary Process: Modeling Global Change (Rethinking Globalizations). pp. 190-225. London: Routledge. http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pw/ModelskiCh9WTK.pdf
  99. 2009 Douglas R. White. Innovation in the Context of Networks, Hierarchies, and Cohesion. Chapter 5 in, Complexity Perspectives in Innovation and Social Change, pp. 153-193. D.Lane, D.Pumain, S. van der Leeuw and G.West (eds). Berlin: Springer (Methodos series). additional pdf -Early Draft Networks and Hierarchies".
  100. 2009 (repeats below) Douglas R. White. Dynamics of Human Behavior (Cohesion and Resistance). Encyclopedia of Complexity and Systems Science. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag. SFI Working paper 08-09-042 - early draft pdf - preprint: Dynamics of human behavior MBS 2008 - http://www.springer.com/physics/complexity/book/978-0-387-75888-6?changeHeader=&otherVersion=978-0-387-69572-3. The book Cohesion by Robert Hercock cites White 2008 after discussing simulations of historical dynamics: "(A much deeper technical analysis that utilizes computer modeling to study the network dynamics of human history..." and on p211 "A deep, but rather technical reference that covers the detail of human social cohesion from a mathematical and network perspective is also provided in his paper, 'Dynamics of Human Behavior', SFI research paper, 2008-09-042)."
  101. 2012 (repeats below) Douglas R. White. Networks and Globalization Policies. Chapter 11 pp. 189-218 In, Balázs Vedres, and Marco Scotti (editors). Networks in Social Policy Problems. Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press. Abstract: Networks and Globalization. Original draft Chapter pdf -- [1]
    METHODS
  102. 1982 (Repeats above) Malcolm M. Dow, Michael L. Burton, and Douglas R. White. Network Autocorrelation: A Simulation Study of a Foundational Problem in the Social Sciences. Social Networks 4(2):169-200. http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pw/NetworkAutocorrelation_A_SimulationStudy.pdf - Galton's problem and autocorrelation
  103. 1990 Douglas R. White. Reliability in Comparative and Ethnographic Observations: The Example of High Inference Father-Child Interaction Measures, Journal of Quantitative Anthropology 2: 109-150. http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pub/Reliability1990e.pdf http://www.quantitativeanthropology.org/index.php?journal=QA&page=article&op=view&path[]=98&path[]=90 Correction in table: v369-370 should have been v369-371!
  104. 1994 Douglas R. White. Fisher-B: A Program for an Exact Significance Test for Three-Way Interaction Effects. World Cultures 8(2):37-39. Fisher-b_in_R abstract For the program see http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/worldcul/8-2white.pdf
  105. 2002 Douglas R. White. A Student's Guide to Statistics for Analysis of Cross-Tabulations. World Cultures 13(2):179-193 (not 14(2)). See also: D. White and A. Korotayev 2 Jan 2004 Chapter 5 Statistical Analysis of Cross-Tabs. (Intended as book chapter but out of date)
    OVERVIEWS AND REVIEWS
  106. 1987 Michael L. Burton, Douglas R. White. Cross-Cultural Surveys Today. Annual Review of Anthropology 16:143-160. http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pw/XCS1987.pdf - http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pdf/AnnRevXCburtonWhite0.pdf (searchable)
  107. 2000 Douglas R. White. Murdock, George Peter. American National Biography Online Feb. 2000.
  108. 2003 Douglas R. White. Ties, Weak and Strong. Encyclopedia of Community Vol. 4:1376-1379. http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pw/EncyclopediaofCommunity.pdf
    Dear Karen (for 2004 edition). You remember my Ties, Weak and Strong. Encyclopedia of Community. 2003. Karen Cristensen and David Levinson, Eds. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.1 Entry by Douglas R. White where I cited a new 2001 paper with Frank Harary and its implications for community structure ... well soon after Moody and I did a paper using that measure to study causal effects on (1) psychological attachment to school and political party, which led causal findings for (2) attachment to community versus migration in 5 different community studies, (3) the growth of the worldwide human biotech industries, (4) growth and financial gain among Florentine families in the early Medieval Renaissance, (5) problems of financial crisis in the U.S. and World Economy, (5) interurban Eurasian trade dynamics over the last millennium and its effect of city growth and declines, on and on and on. (6) Even evolutionary biologists are using the measure and getting results about animal communities and I am now writing about (7) structural cohesion as one of the basic predictors for the evolution of cooperation among foragers. Finally, we are using on-line cohesion in our research group as a means of collaboration with great success. So if you need a writeup of this as an article I would be glad to do so. Our two basic measures -- (a) group cohesion hierarchies (2010) and (b) interpersonal pair cohesion (2012) have now been programmed into the opensource R package "iGraph" for network analysis. Further, varieties of group cohesion hierarchies now provide the key to understanding bullying in schools -- both elementary and high schools -- and perhaps in the evolution of other types of human groups. Doug 17:05, 13 April 2012 (PDT). Oh, by the way, I believe that community building through cohesive graph structure relates to problems of sustainable future but my experience about that relates to how our collaborative group uses internet resources. The pace of advance in collaboration is much faster than I have ever experienced, and cost is at a minimum in producing open access databases and open source software for public and educational use.
  109. 2009 (repeats above) Douglas R. White. Dynamics of Human Behavior (Cohesion and Resistance). Encyclopedia of Complexity and Systems Science. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag. SFI Working paper 08-09-042 - early draft pdf - preprint http://www.imbs.uci.edu/tr/abs/2008/mbs_08-03.pdf Dynamics of human behavior MBS.
  110. 2011 (repeats above) Douglas R. White. Networks and Globalization Policies. Chapter 11 pp. 189-218 In, Balázs Vedres, and Marco Scotti (editors). Networks in Social Policy Problems. Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press. Original draft Chapter pdf
  111. 2011 (repeats below) Douglas R. White. Social Networks, Cognition and Culture. Chapter 18, Pp. 331-354, Blackwell Companion to Handbook of Cognitive Anthropology, Table of Contents. Eds. David Kronenfeld, Giovanni Bennardo, Victor De Munck, and Michael Fischer. Blackwell's Companion to Cognitive Anthropology - Wiley-Blackwell. Senior Editor Rosalie Robertson. Chapter draft pdf --- http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pw/Soc_Nets_Cog27pp9-19-09.pdf older draft - DRW Abstract#54 -- Appendices to Social Networks, Cognition and Culture - [Color Diagram: San Juan Sur k-cohesion and leadership (pvalue<.003); k-cohesion and consensus in judgments of social class levels (pvalue<.003).] obsolete
    ECONOMIC NETWORKS
  112. 2006. Tsutomu Nakano, Douglas White. The Visible Hand in a Production-Chain Market: A Market Equilibrium from Network Analytical Perspective. Visible Santa Fe Institute working papers
  113. 2007 Tsutomu Nakano and Douglas R. White. Network Structures in Industrial Pricing: The Effect of Emergent Roles in Tokyo Supplier-Chain Hierarchies. Structure and Dynamics 2(3):130-154. http://repositories.cdlib.org/imbs/socdyn/sdeas/vol2/iss3/
  114. 2009 Frank Schweitzer, Didier Sornette, A. Vespignani, G. Fagiolo, F. Vega-Redondo, D. R. White. Economic Networks: The New Challenges. http://www.sciencemag.org/content/325/5939/422.abstract Science 24 July: 422-425. Special Issue on Complex Systems and Networks - http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/reprint/325/5939/422.pdf See: Synopsis of Economic Networks: The New Challenges - UCI publicity - Soc Sci News http://www.sg.ethz.ch/publications/science_09. Science. 2009 Jul 24;325(5939):422-5. doi: 10.1126/science.1173644. Economic networks: the new challenges. "The current economic crisis illustrates a critical need for new and fundamental understanding of the structure and dynamics of economic networks. Economic systems are increasingly built on interdependencies, implemented through trans-national credit and investment networks, trade relations, or supply chains that have proven difficult to predict and control. We need, therefore, an approach that stresses the systemic complexity of economic networks and that can be used to revise and extend established paradigms in economic theory. This will facilitate the design of policies that reduce conflicts between individual interests and global efficiency, as well as reduce the risk of global failure by making economic networks more robust." PMID: 19628858 DOI: 10.1126/science.1173644
  115. 2009 Frank Schweitzer, Didier Sornette, A. Vespignani, G. Fagiolo, F. Vega-Redondo, D. R. White. Economic Networks: What do we know and what do we need to know? Advances in Complex Systems 12(4-5): 407–422. Santa Fe Institute Working Paper 09-09-038. http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pdf/S0219525909002337WhatDoWeKnow.pdf
    WORKING PAPERS
  116. 2001 Douglas R. White and Mark E. J. Newman. Fast Approximation Algorithms for Finding Node-Independent Paths in Networks. Social Science Research Network. Ideas. Santa Fe Institute Working Paper 01-07-035.
  117. 2008 Douglas R. White and Woodrow W. Denham. The Indigenous Australian Marriage Paradox: Small-World Dynamics on a Continental Scale. Structure and Dynamics 3:1 (forthcoming). http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pub/Paradox07b.pdf
  118. 2008 Joerg Reichardt, Douglas R. White. Refereed paper: Beyond modularity: density generalized block modeling. June 23-27, 2008. Norwich BioSciences Conference Centre, Norwich Research Park, Norwich, UK Abstract in pdf
  119. 2008 Laurent Tambayong, Aaron Clauset, Cosma Shalizi, and Douglas R. White. Drafted (c) q-Exponential Distributions in Empirical Data
  120. 2010 Tsutomu Nakano and Douglas R. White. Cohesion and Power-Law as an “Elite Club” in a Large-Scale Industrial District: Flexible Specialization or Dual Economy? Unpublished, from a submission to Industrial and Corporate Change http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pub/ms_to_Ind_and_Corp_Change-ver16-bw.pdf
    CAUSALITY
  121. 2015 In process Douglas R. White. Evolutionary Network Causal Analysis using DEf Wy and High Performance Computing.
  122. 2010 Douglas R. White, Scott D. White, Tolga Oztan, and Ren Feng. SDC November 2010 pdf: Research on Cultural Consequences of Regionally Fluctuating Inequality Nov 2010 Structure and Dynamics Newsletter 1#1.
  123. 2010 4 for submission. Douglas R. White, Scott D. White, Tolga Oztan, Ren Feng. Exploratory causal analysis for networks of ethnographically well-studied populations http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki//pub/Causal_Inference_for_Multilevel_Networks_of_Ethnographically_Well-Described-Cases2a.pdf (Evil eye)
  124. 2010 In process. Douglas R. White and Scott D. White. Exploratory causal analysis for networks of ethnographically well-studied populations, II: General polygyny http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pdf/Exploratory_causal_analysis_for_networks_of_ethnographically_well-studied_populations1b.pdf
  125. 2010 For submission. Douglas R. White. Inferential statistics with Digital Learning Media: A Roadmap for SCCS Causal and Autocorrelation Estimates]. http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pdf/Inferential_statistics_with_Digital_Learning_Media1.pdf Structure and Dynamics 3#3.
    APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGY: THE IRISH NATIONAL LANGUAGE PROJECT:
  126. 1975 Lilyan A. Brudner (Director), Douglas R. White (Deputy Director: Methodology and Data Analysis), and Staff. Tuaraiscail: Report of the Committee on Language Attitudes Research Regarding Irish. Dublin: Government Printing Office. 5 volumes.
  127. 1976 Lilyan A. Brudner, Douglas R. White, and Anthony S. Walters: "National Policy Programming: A Prototype Model from Language Planning." Anthropology and the Public Interest: Fieldwork and Theory. Edited, Peggy Sanday. 1976. New York: Academic Press. Not Reprinted as a Chapter.
    TOPICS IN KINSHIP NETWORKS: network cohesion in kinship, parental graphs, structural endogamy, social class, property transmission, evolutionary resilience, complexity, small worlds, simulations, visualization, motifs and cycles, dividedness, sidedness, Dravidian systems, kinship theorems, prosopography, network ethnography.
    See Douglas R. White, Michael Houseman, and Thomas Schweitzer. 1999. Kindemo Project: Kinship, Social Biography and Social Change http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/PDATASET.htm
    PART 1: Kinship Network Analysis (KNA): the parental graph breakthrough
  128. 1992 Douglas R. White & Paul Jorion. Representing and Computing Kinship: A New Approach. Current Anthropology 33(4): 454-463.
  129. 1996 Douglas R. White & Paul Jorion. Kinship networks and discrete structure theory: Applications and implications. Special Issue on Social Network and Discrete Structure Analysis. Social Networks 18(3): 267-314.
  130. 1999 Douglas R. White, Vladimir Batagelj and Andrej Mrvar. Analyzing Large Kinship and Marriage Networks with Pgraph and Pajek. abstract Social Science Computer Review 17(3)]:245-274.
  131. 1997 Douglas R. White. Structural Endogamy and the Graphe de Parenté. Mathématiques, Informatique, et Sciences Humaines 137:107-125. eclectic pdf
  132. 1997 Lilyan A. Brudner & Douglas R. White. Class, Property and Structural Endogamy: Visualizing Networked Histories. Theory and Society 25(2):161-208. Reprinting Issue - Feistritz an der Gail - April 2014 Reprinting in "Applications of Social Network Analysis," edited by Peter J. Carrington (U. Waterloo, Canada), SAGE Publications. Four reprinted volumes with and introduction. Print run 175 copies. Copyright permission granted by Springer.
    PART 2: Controlled simulation as a means of discovery
  133. 1999 Douglas R. White. Controlled Simulation of Marriage Systems. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 2(3).
  134. 1998 Douglas R. White & Thomas Schweizer. Kinship, Property Transmission, and Stratification in Javanese Villages. pp. 59-89 in Kinship, Networks and Exchange, eds. Thomas Schweizer and Douglas R. White. Cambridge University Press. view book contents and reviews
  135. 1998 Thomas Schweizer and Douglas R. White, Eds. Kinship, Networks and Exchange, Cambridge University Press. view book contents and reviews (Include Section headings).
    PART 3: Dual organization in self-organizing bipartite networks
  136. 1998a Michael Houseman and Douglas R. White. Taking Sides: Marriage Networks and Dravidian Kinship in Lowland South America In, Transformations of Kinship. pp. 214-243, in eds. Maurice Godelier, Thomas Trautmann and F.Tjon Sie Fat. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press.
  137. 1998b Michael Houseman and Douglas R. White. Network Mediation of Exchange Structures: Ambilateral Sidedness and Property Flows in Pul Eliya. pp. 59-89 in Kinship, Networks and Exchange, eds. Thomas Schweizer and Douglas R. White. Cambridge University Press. where to get the book - alternative draft Google book. - view book contents - Pul Eliya
    PART 4: Sided kin terms and Dravidian sided networks: Signed graph theorems and structures
  138. 2010 Douglas R. White. Egocentric and Sociocentric Structure in Classificatory Kinship Systems: Four Theorems. Mathematical Anthropology and Cultural Theory 3(6) art 6: 1-19. (When do local and global sided network structure converge so that there is a correspondence with sided kinship terminology?)
  139. 2010 Douglas R. White. Comment on Barbosa de Almeida "On the Structure of Dravidian Relationship Systems". Mathematical Anthropology and Cultural Theory 3(6) art 7: 20-27. Comment on Barbosa on the Structure of Dravidian Relationship Systems
  140. 2005 Woodrow W. Denham and Douglas R. White. Multiple Measures of Alyawarra Kinship. Field Methods 17: 70-101. abstract - Charles Kemp-click for his talk, Griffiths, T. L. & Tenenbaum, J. B. (2004) Discovering latent classes in relational data. AI Memo 2004-019 - see Part 4 on blocking Alyawarra kin terms Another artificial Intelligence paper that uses the Alyawarra kinship data in ways directly related to the work by Charles Kemp et al. at MIT a few years ago. (2007) Statistical Predicate Invention (SPI) Stanley Kok + Pedro Domingos WWD. They test SPI using a ten-fold cross-validation on four data sets, one of which is our 142 person Alyawarra kinship data and "then introduced MRC, an approach to SPI based on second-order Markov logic. MRC forms multiple relational clusterings of the symbols in the data and iteratively refines them." The best performance is for the kinship data. original doc file in pdf
    PART 5: Networks and complexity: Middle Eastern clan structure
  141. 2005 Douglas R. White & Ulla Johansen. Chapter 1: Introduction: Networks, Ethnography and Emergence. Pp 1-60, In, Network Analysis and Ethnographic Problems: Process Models of a Turkish Nomad Clan. Boston: Lexington Press. Network Analysis and Ethnographic Problems: Wikimedia book summary. Wikipedia:Network Analysis and Ethnographic Problems
  142. 2002 Douglas R. White & Michael Houseman. Navigability of Strong Ties: - Small Worlds, Tie Strength and Network Topology (pdf). Complexity 8(1):72-81 - Special Issue - Santa Fe Institute working papers
  143. 2004 Douglas R. White. Ring Cohesion Theory in Marriage and Social Networks. Mathématiques et sciences humaines 43(168):5-28 Marriage net tools. Social Networks special issue edited by Alain Degenne. English pdf
    PART 6: Kinship structure and marriage cycles
  144. 2004 Klaus Hamberger, Michael Houseman, Isabelle Daillant, Douglas R. White and Laurent Barry. Matrimonial Ring Structures. Mathématiques et sciences humaines 43(168):83-121. TIPP Kinship and computing replaces: Marriage net tools - This article has an interactive graphics page
  145. 2005 Douglas R. White.Teoría de la cohesión circular en el matrimonio y las redes sociales. EMPIRIA. Revista de Metodología de las Ciencias Sociales no. 10, pp. 37-69 http://www.redalyc.org/articulo.oa?id=297123998002 pdf & abstract
  146. 2011 Klaus Hamberger, Michael Houseman, Douglas R. White. Kinship Network Analysis, Chapter 35, pp. 533-546: In, John C. Scott and Peter Carrington, (Eds.), Sage Handbook of Social Networks. http://amzn.to/pJrNbS.
    PART 7: Breakthroughs in understanding kinship at multiple levels
  147. 2001 Frank Harary and Douglas R. White. P-Systems: A Structural Model for Kinship Studies. Connections 24(2):35-46.
  148. 2013 (in press) Douglas R. White and Michael Houseman. The reticular approach to kinship. Chapter 5, special issue: Penser la Parenté: Méthodes, modèles, debates, Cahier de l’Homme. Issue editors Klaus Hamberger, François Hèran, and Michael Houseman. Early drafts: previous - Earlier: The multilevel networks approach to kinship.
  149. 2011 Douglas R. White. Kinship, Class, and Community. Chapter 10, pp. 129-147: In, John C. Scott and Peter Carrington, Eds., Sage Handbook of Social Networks. Table of Contents. Santa Fe Institute Working Paper 11-04-015. Preprint at World Cultures eJournal 18(2): article 2. 30pp. pdf
  150. 2011 (repeats below) Douglas R. White. Social Networks, Cognition and Culture. Chapter 18, Pp. 331-354, Blackwell Companion to Handbook of Cognitive Anthropology, Table of Contents. Eds. David Kronenfeld, Giovanni Bennardo, Victor De Munck, and Michael Fischer
    PART 8: Further ethnographic studies
  151. 1971 Douglas R. White. Natchez Class and Rank Reconsidered. (Difference equations, royal/commoner genealogies, prosopography of an Indigenous American nobility, and solution to the historical-demographic Natchez Paradox) Douglas R. White, George P. Murdock, Richard. Scaglion. Ethnology 10:369- 388. Natchez Indians
  152. 1977 Hugo G. Nutini and Douglas R. White. Community Variations and Network Structure in the Social Functions of Compadrazgo in Rural Tlaxcala, Mexico. Ethnology 16:353-384. Citeseer summary.Rolando Alum is editing the Ms. for entry on Compadrazgo for the WIley's forthcoming ENC. OF ANTHROPOLOGY [GB].
  153. 1996 Michael Houseman & Douglas R. White. Les structures réticulaires de la pratique matrimoniale. L'Homme 139: 59-85. http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pw/article_hom_0439-4216_1996_num_36_139_370118.pdf pdf (in French) http://www.persee.fr/web/revues/home/prescript/article/hom_0439-4216_1996_num_36_139_370118
  154. 2002 Douglas R. White, Michael Schnegg, Lilyan A. Brudner, and Hugo G. Nutini. Conectividad Multiple, Fronteras e Integracion: Parentesco y Compadrazgo en Tlaxcala Rural. Capitulo 4, Analisis de Redes 41-94. Eds. Jorge Gil Mendieta y Samuel Schmidt.Mexico, D. F.: Universidad National de Mexico. Table of Contents - Review
  155. 2009 Michael Schnegg and Douglas R. White. Getting Connected: Networks of Kinship and Compadrazgo in rural Tlaxcala, Mexico. Pp. 37-52, In, Networks, Resources and Economic Action: Ethnographic Case Studies in Honor of Hartmut Lang. Eds. Glemens Greiner and Waltraud Kokot. Dietrich Reimer Verlag Berlin
  156. 2010 Douglas R. White. Comment "On the Structure of Dravidian Relationship Systems" by Barbosa de Almeida. Mathematical Anthropology and Cultural Theory 3(6) art 4: 1-9.
    OLDER ITEMS
  157. 1979 Brudner-White, Lilyan A., and Douglas R. White. Review of A Guide to Social Theory: Worldwide Cross-Cultural Tests, by David Levinson. American Anthropologist 81 (4): 952-954.
  158. 1988 Douglas R. White and H. Gilman McCann, Cites and fights: material entailment analysis of the eighteenth-century chemical revolution. Chapter 14, SOCIAL STRUCTURES: A Network Approach, Edited by Barry Wellman and S.D. Berkowitz. New York: Cambridge University Press
  159. 1984. Burton, Michael L., Douglas R. White. Sexual Division of Labor in Agriculture. American Anthropologist 86(3):568-583.
  160. 1982. Burton, Michael, Douglas R. White, and Malcolm M. Dow. Sexual Division of Labor in Old World Agriculture 18 pp. Archived Working Papers on Women in International Development http://www.wid.msu.edu/resources/papers/archived-abstracts.htm#05
  161. 1985 Burton, Michael L., Douglas R. White. Sexual Division of Labor, Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, ed. Adam Kuper, Jessica Kuper, pp. 206-207. London: Routledge. Reprinted 2004 Routledge. http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pdf/SexDiv2004BurtonWhite.pdf
  162. 1991 Michael L. Burton & Douglas R. White. Regional Comparisons, Replications, and Historical Network Analysis. Cross-Cultural Research 25(1-4): pp. 55-78. http://ccr.sagepub.com/content/25/1-4/55.full.pdf (requires library access)
  163. 1990 Candice Bradley; Carmella C. Moore; Michael L. Burton; Douglas R. White. A Cross-Cultural Historical Analysis of Subsistence Change. American Anthropologist, New Series 92(2): 447-457. http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki//pdf/SubsistChange.pdf Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/pss/680155
  164. 2008 Douglas R. White. Flyer for distinguished lecture: Social Physics: Networks and Causal Chains. local copy
    MANUALS AND TUTORIALS
  165. 1997 Douglas R. White and Patricia Skyhorse. Parenté Suite User's Guide, Vol. 1. http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pdf/PGMAN2-6.pdf

Reading list (these numbers will change as items are added)

At http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/index.php/Topical_publications:_Douglas_R._White

You might try any of these: 
25 Structural cohesion/connectivity w Harary
28 Structural cohesion w Moody
31 Biotech w/ Powell et al
29 Biotech w/ Powell Moody al
44 Cohesion and Resistance
68-95 Kinship networks (also book 40 w/Ulla Johanson)

(for topics above see Structural cohesion, Cohesive blocking, Robert_Sinkovits#Theory_and_Hypotheses

33 World Econ w/ Smith (see 21 w/Rietz)
36 World Econ w/ Reichardt
34 Flow centrality w/Borgatti, Freeman (defined in my earlier paper on world economy and shown in a ppt to entail the growth of capitalism in Europe post 1450)
39 unpub World Population
45=53 Networks Trade & Globalization Policies
46 Problem of autocorrelation w/…
51 Weak & strong ties (contra universality of Granovetter(
55-56,63 Tokyo production hierarchies & econ theory of prices w/ Nakano
57-58 Global econ problems w/ Schweitzer et al
64 unpub (w others) Cultural Consequences of Regionally Fluctuating Inequality
68-95 Kinship networks (also book 40 w/Ulla Johanson)

Conferences

biological and social kinship sessions I & II Google: "Biological and social aspects of kinship II" Kinship_networks_from_social_and_genetic_perspectives1a.pptxKinship_networks_from_social_and_genetic_perspectives pdf

Related Papers by Others (as used in 2007 Complexity summer school, Paris, CoSSci Project, Tolga Oztan thesis)

And later

Global climate change, war, and population decline in recent human history PNAS 2007 104 (49) 19214-19219; published ahead of print November 28, 2007, doi:10.1073/pnas.0703073104 Most read articles 2010.
  • Steffen, W., P. Crutzen, and J. R. McNeill. (2007) “The Anthropocene: Are Humans Now Overwhelming the Great Forces of Nature?” Ambio 36(8): 614-21.
  • Schellnhuber, H. J., P. J. Crutzen, William C. Clark, and J. Hunt. (2005) "Earth System Analysis for Sustainability." Environment 47(8): 11-25.
  • Schneider, Stephen. (2004) "Abrupt Non-Linear Climate Change, Irreversibility and Surprise." Global Environmental Change 14(3): 245-58
  • See: Oslo Summer School
  • Zhibin ZHANG, Zhenqing LI, Yi TAO, Min CHEN, Xinyu WEN, Lei XU, Huidong TIAN and Nils Chr. STENSETH. 2010. Relationship between increase rate of human plague in China and global climate index as revealed by cross-spectral and cross-wavelet analyses. Integrative Zoology Volume 2 Issue 3, Pages 144 - 153 Published Online: 23 Oct 2007.
  • Zhibin Zhang (Institute of Zoology) Huidong Tian (Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences) Bernard Cazelles (Ecole Normale Suprieure) Kyrre Kausrud (University of Oslo) Achim Bruning (Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Institute of Geography) Fang Guo (Institute of World History, The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences) Nils Chr. Stenseth (University of Oslo). "Periodic climatic cooling has accelerated war-frequency in ancient China"
  • Padgett, John. 2010. Open Elite? Social Mobility, Marriage, and Family in Florence, 1282-1494. Renaissance Quarterly 63 (Summer 2010): 357-411.
  • Cazelles, Bernard, and Hales, Simon. [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1539090/ Infectious Diseases, Climate Influences, and Nonstationarity.
Abstract. Cazelles and Hales discuss a new study that uses a range of mathematical tools to illustrate a clear relationship between climatic variables and the dynamics of cutaneous leishmaniasis.

SCCS tables and Levinson Encyclopedias

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