Linton C. Freeman

From InterSciWiki
Revision as of 15:51, 4 March 2018 by Douglas R. White (talk | contribs)
(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
Jump to: navigation, search
Social Networks - Volume 24, Issue 4, October 2002, Pages 311-314
Festschrift for Linton C. Freeman: Introduction
Author links open overlay panelNoah EFriedkinaDavidKrackhardtb E Friedkin David Krackhard
Show more

Linton Freeman, Susan Freeman 8. A Semi-Visible College: Structural Effects on a Social Networks Group.

Freeman, Linton and Sue / (Susan Freeman, one of the sweetest and brightest person I've known, DRW) (2018). Sue Carole Freeman Age 81 | Sarasota , Florida.

Linton C Freeman - Sarasota, Florida. Lakeshore Drive.

Department of Anthropology, University of Florida, P.O. Box 117305 Turlington Hall Room 1112, Gainesville, FL 32611 7305, USA ∗ Tel.: +1 352 392 3139 E-mail address:


home Wikipedia:Linton C. Freeman


Ulrich Brandes, Linton C. Freeman, Dorothea Wagner. 2005. Chapter 26: Social Networks.Pp. ___: In, John C. Scott, (Ed.), Social Network Analysis: A Handbook. Sage Press.

Linton C. Freeman. 2004. The Development of Social Network Analysis: A Study in the Sociology of Science. Vancouver , BC , Canada : Empirical Press, 2004.

Festschrift for Linton C. Freeman

Freeman, Linton C. 1996. Cliques, Galois lattices, and the Structure of Human Social Groups. Connections, 19:39-42.

Linton C. Freeman & Douglas R. White. 1993. Using Galois lattices to represent network data. Sociological Methodology 23:127-146.

Freeman, L.C., S.P. Borgatti and D.R. White, 1991. Centrality in valued graphs: a measure of betweenness based on network flow, Social Networks 13(2): 141–154.

White, D.R., and David Smith. 1988, Flow Centralities: Do they Predict the Economic Rise and Fall of States? - See: Flow betweenness. Figures INSNA Sunbelt Meetings 1988 San Diego.

See also: Falzon, Lucia. 2000. Determining groups from the clique structure in large social networks. Social Networks 22(2): 159-172.