Introduction to social network methods


This page is part of an on-line text by Robert A. Hanneman (Department of Sociology, University of California, Riverside) and Mark Riddle (Department of Sociology, University of Northern Colorado).  Feel free to use and distribute this textbook, with citation. Your comments and suggestions are very welcome. Send me e-mail.
This page lists a number of early works in social network analysis.  It is not a complete bibliography by any means, and is not up-to-date.  Frankly, a search of the social science citation index and Google may be more useful.  Nonetheless, it may give some indication of the diversity of topics and individuals that strongly shaped the development of most of the methods described in this book.


table of contents
table of contents of the book