Let me add one more reference which I know useful to make
the list more complete, though I thought the list was
already handy. Shinji
Smith-Lovin, Lynn and J. Miller McPherson, 1993, "You Are
Who You Know: A Network Approach to Gender," in Paula
England ed., Theory on Gender / Feminism on Theory, Hawthorne,
NY: Aldine de Gruyter, 223-251.
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Uwe Serd | lt <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Dear colleagues
> many thanks to all of you who contributed the this interesting list about
> gender studies and social networks. I hope this will contribute to the
> "public good" Antoinette Weibel was pleading for.
> Yours sincerely,
> Sibylle Hardmeier
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> Moore, Gwen. 1992. Gender and Informal Networks in State Government. Social
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> Moore, Gwen, and Deborah White. 2001. Geschlechterungleichheit und
> Elite-Netzwerke in vierund-zwanzig Industriegesellschaften. In
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> Moore, Gwen, and Allen J. Whitt. 2000. Gender and Networks in a Local
> Voluntary Sector Elite. Vo-luntas: International Journal of Voluntary and
> Nonprofit Organizations 11:309-330.
> Munch, A., J. McPherson, and Smith-Lowin. 1997. Gender, Children, and Social
> Contact: The Effects of Childbearing for Men and Women. American
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> Oliker, Stacey. 1987. Best Friends and Marriage: Exchange Among Women:
> University California Press.
> Stephenson, K. A., and V. Krebs. 1993. A More Accurate Way to Measure
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> Van Emmerik, Hetty IJ. 2002. Gender Differences in the Creation of Hard and
> Soft Capital. Paper presented for the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Academy of
> Management, August 9-14, in Denver.
> Prof. Dr. Sibylle Hardmeier
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