***** To join INSNA, visit http://www.insna.org ***** sorry for clogging your inbox with that last e-mail. the earlier list omitted barry's tilly references; also, a few more references came to me directly the last several days, so here is a new and improved reference list. david Social Network Analysis and Ethnic Conflict Baerveldt, C., Van Duijn, M.A.J., Vermeij, L., & D. A. van Hemert (2004). Ethnic boundaries and personal choice. Assessing the influence of individual inclinations to choose intra-ethnic relationships on pupils' networks. Social Networks 26(1), 55-74. Banton, M. (2000): Ethnic Conflict. Sociology, 34(3): 481-498. Bhavnani, R. and Backer, D. (2000): Localized Ethnic Conflict and Genocide. Accounting for Differences in Rwanda and Burundi. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 44(3): 283-306. Feagin, Joe and Harlan Hahn. 1973. Ghetto Revolt: The Politics of Violence in American Cities. New York: Macmillan. Fearon, J. and Laitin, D. (1996): Explaining Interethnic Cooperation. American Political Science Review, 90(4): 715-735. Flap, H. D. (1988): Conflict, Loyalty and Violence. The Effects of Social Networks on Behaviour. Frankfurt, Verlag Peter Lang. Forbes, H. D. (1997): Ethnic Conflict. Commerce, Culture, and the Contact Hypothesis. New Haven, Yale University Press. Gould, R. V. (1999): Collective Violence and Group Solidarity: Evidence from a Feuding Society. American Sociological Review, 64(3): 356-380. Hage, P. (1973). A graph theoretic approach to the analysis of alliance structure and local grouping in Highland New Guinea. Anthropological Forum, 3: 280-294. Hallpike, C. R. (1972). The Konso of Ethiopia: A study of the values of a Cushitic people. Oxford: Clarendon Press. Various work by Ian Lustick. Massey, G.; Hodson, R., and Sekulic, D. (1999): Ethnic Enclaves and Intolerance: The Case of Yugoslavia. Social Forces, 78(2): 669-673. Myers (2000). The Diffusion of Collective Violence: Infectiousness, Susceptibility, and Mass Media Networks; American Journal of Sociology (106)1. Roba, A.W. & Witsenburg, K. (2004). Surviving Pastoral Decline: Pastoral sedentarism, natural resource management and livelihood diversification in Marsabit District, Northern Kenya. PhD dissertation (2 volumes), Amsterdam Institute for Metropolitan & International Development Studies, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands. Sherif, M., Harvey, O. J., White, J. B., Hood, W. R., & Sherif, C. W. (1988). The robbers cave experiment: Intergroup conflict and cooperation. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press. Takács, K. (2001): Structural Embeddedness and Intergroup Conflict. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 45 (6): 743-769. Takács, K. (2002): Social Networks and Intergroup Conflict. Groningen, ICS Dissertation Series. http://www.ub.rug.nl/eldoc/dis/ppsw/k.takacs/ Tilly, Charles, _The Vendee_ (showing the network basis of counterrevolution in France.) Tilly, Charles. 1969. "Collective Violence in European Perspective." Pp. 4-45 in Violence in America, edited by Hugh Graham and Tedd Gurr. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office. was written at a time of major civil strife in the US, and argued for a network approach. Tilly, Charles. 1984. Big Structures, Large Processes, Huge Comparisons. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. is a really nice summary. I still assign the first half in my network course. And Tilly has done a huge number of studies on contentious violence in Europe. (I feel if I can write one paper for every book of his, I am doing well.) George Tita, K. Jack Riley, Greg Ridgeway, Clifford Grammich, Allan Abrahamse, Peter W. Greenwood (2003) Reducing Gun Violence: Results from an Intervention in East Los Angeles, Rand. Todd, D. (1979). War and peace between the Bodi and Dime of southwestern Ethiopia. In K. Fukui & D. Turton (Eds.), Warfare among East African Herders (pp. 211-225). Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology. Allan Tulchin, "The Reformation in Nimes" (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Chicago, 2000), 355-368 Allan Tulchin, "The Michelade, 1567," French Historical Studies (forthcoming). _____________________________________________________________________ SOCNET is a service of INSNA, the professional association for social network researchers (http://www.insna.org). To unsubscribe, send an email message to [log in to unmask] containing the line UNSUBSCRIBE SOCNET in the body of the message.