Borgatti, S. P., & Everett, M. G. (1997). Network analysis of 2-mode data. Social Networks, 19(3), 243-269.
Roberts Jr., J. M. (2000). Correspondence analysis of two-mode network data. Social Networks, 22(1), 65-72.
For general instroduction, I believe the bleow book is one of the best.
Scott, J. (1991). Social network analysis: a handbook. London ; Newbury Park: Sage Publications.
For an article,
Rice, R. E., & Richards, W. D., Jr. (1985). An overview of network analysis methods and programs. In B. Dervin & M. J. Voigt (Eds.), Progress in communication sciences (Vol. 6, pp. 105-165). Norwood, NJ: Ablex.
ps. First time response to SOCNET. Friendly tell me if I do something wrong...
At Rutgers Univ. NJ USA
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Robson" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Thursday, April 25, 2002 7:27 PM
Subject: 2-mode networks
> Can anyone provide me with citations or ideas regarding analysis of
> 2-mode networks? I wish to compare the affiliation networks of 3 sets of
> citizen advisory and forest management planning team committees using
> monthly meeting attendance over a period of 27 months. My intention is
> to link criteria I develop from my interviews with citizen advisory
> committee members regarding committee processes and outcomes with the
> network structure at the end of the 27 month period. My fear is that
> because they are 2-mode networks it will be difficult to differentiate
> them in terms of centrality, density and cliques. Does anyone know of
> techniques that will enable me to tease out any differences that may
> exist? Alternatively, I could examine network evolution over the 27
> month period however, I would also need some ideas on how to do this
> Thanks for any assistance anyone might be able to provide,
> Mark Robson, PhD Candidate
> Faculty of Forestry
> University of Toronto
> 33 Willcocks St.
> Toronto, Ontario
> Canada M5S 3B3