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I am writing a paper to understand how an institutionalized organization field affect the behavior of advocacy organizations, and finally affects their 'social movement' alliance, a loosely knitted form of organization or organizing.
According to DiMaggio and Powell, the definition of the field is like that "those organizations constitute a recoginized area of institutional life: key suppliers resource and product consumers, regulatory agencies and other organizations that produce similar services or products." this is like a vertical relationship. is there any scholars using Social network methods to map out these organizational relationships and to articulate its effects on behavior of advocacy organizations or groups, such as participation into alliances?
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