MULTIPLE NETWORKS AND MOBILIZATION IN THE PARIS COMMUNE, 1871*

@article{Gould1991MULTIPLENA,
  title={MULTIPLE NETWORKS AND MOBILIZATION IN THE PARIS COMMUNE, 1871*},
  author={Roger V. Gould},
  journal={American Sociological Review},
  year={1991},
  volume={56},
  pages={716-729}
}
Although sociologists increasingly recognize the importance of networks in social movement mobilization, efforts to understand networkfactors have been hampered by the operationalization of network factors as individual-level variables. I argue that disaggregating relational data into individual-level counts of social ties obscures the crucial issues of network structure and multiplexity. I analyze data on insurgency in the Paris Commune of 1871 and show that organizational networks and pre… Expand

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