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INDEX Abbott, Andrew, xvii, 257 averages, dispersions as opposed to, 337 Avrahampour, Yally, xvi, 327, 329 Abell, Peter, 233 ability as random process, 37 Axelrod, Robert M., 230 academic disciplines, 265 accidents, 9, 13; as population bound- Bailey, Robert, 317 aries, 149; as source of identities, 9 Baldassarri, Delia, 21 accountings, 36, 176, 185, 187, 287, 336, Baldassarri and Bearman model of parti343 ; tie distinction, 36 san polarization, 21–22 acquaintance dance, 96; as arena disci- bar, similarity of attributes in, 53 pline, 96; as realm, 95 Bearman, Peter, xv, 21, 35, 124, 351 acquaintances, scope of, 22 Bellman, Richard, 358 actions, local, 287 “big men” in New Guinea, 152 actors: action generates, 154; identities of, blocking action, 198, 220, 253, 279, 24; personal, 141, 186, 188, 291 310, 312 Add Health Survey, 56, 351–52 blockmodeling analysis, 266 administrators maintaining coher- blockmodels, 69; use of term, 55 ence, 314 Bob Dylan values example, 234 agency, 293; calculus of, 296; for control, Boltanski and Thévenot disputes and net292 ; by delegation, 293 works, 182, 225–27 agendas, 294–95 Boorman, Scott A., xv, 55 ambage, 57–58, 72, 214–15, 229, 271; high, Bott, Elizabeth, 47–49 181; intimacy as lowered, 151; low, 315 boundaries, 61, 141, 345–46; arena disciambiguity , 57–58, 214–15, 229; in councils, plines and, 64 93; cultural, 57; high, 315; low, 181 Bourdieu, Pierre, xvi, 96, 114, 222, 241–42 American academic science, 268–70 Bower, Joseph, 281 annealing, 325–26; popular rebellion Boyd, John, 192 as, 325 bracketing, disallowing of , 12 Breiger, Ron, 52, 55 Antal, Fredrick, 48 budget, construction of, 191 anthropology, xviii budgets, 218; federal, 216 anti-careers, 194 Burma, 169, 324; direct rule, 324 anticategorical imperative, 48 Burt, Ronald, 60, 131–33 arena disciplines: acquaintance dance as example of, 96; caste system as, 101; committees as, 102–3; control regimes, calculus, use of term, 72 355; defined, 64–65; exchange markets capitalism, 244, 275–76; emergence of, 242 as, 99; flows in, 64–65; 3D space for, careers, 171, 185–86, 190–95, 307–8, 350; 357; valuations, 98 as patterns of switchings, 3 arenas. See arena disciplines Carley, Kathleen, 338 attention, selective, 217 caste, 262–68 attitudes, 50–51, 144, 229; person as, 51 catnets, 53; definition of, 52 attributes, catnets from similarity of, 53 causes, variabilities as, 154 authority, 82, 84, 162, 294 CEO, 102; as arena discipline, 102 Chafe, Wallace, 335 autocracies, 166 420 I N D E X Chandler, Alfred, 169, 314 control endemic at all levels, 292 control regimes as Weberian ideal character as membership in a corporate group, 45 types, 236 conventions, 58; ambiguity as spread of, charismatic as person purged of style, 130 Chase, Ivan, 348 58; rules of thumb as, 29; sets of stories in network as, 28, 58 chess, 287–89; likelihood of draw, 288; playing, 288 conversation, 117–18; style as, 114 corporates, differs from corporation, 46 choices, rational, 135 church supper, as council discipline, 66 corporations, definition of, 46 corporatism, 155, 221–22, 234, 245–48, cities, definition of, 148 civil rights movement, 285 252, 257; new meanings, 251; vs. professionalism , 258 Civil War, 366 clientelism, 221–22, 234, 251–57; exchange corporatism as blockage, 246 corporatism is defensive, 248 among unequals, 251 clientelist regime, 254 corporatist regime, 211, 246, 248, 266; business firm as, 210 cliques, 52–53 Coleman, James, 348 corruption, 213 council disciplines, 89; ambiguity in, 93; Collins, Randall, 114, 189 colonial Vermont, formation of family dinners as example of, 66; institutional systems, 355; Lazega law pracidentity , 163 colonialism, 169 tice as example of, 91, 93; men’s clubs as, 296; philosophers as, 114; scope of, commerce as style, 123 commercial style, East India Company as 94; 3D space, 356 counting coup, 89, 90 example of, 124 commit: disciplines (see interface disci- coupling, 37, 58; definition of, 36 Cozzens, Susan, 284 plines); interface, 83 committee styles, 167 crisis, 150, 300, 314; identities emerge from, 150; regimes, 315, 317 committees: as arena disciplines, 89, 102, 167; as council disciplines, 167; as Cuff, Robert D., 316 culture, 13–14, 368, 372–73; intertwined hieractic style, 167; as interface disciplines , 167 with social, 337; as symbols, 232 common sense, 1, 3, 7, 177; Aristotle, 16 communities, 118, 157–58 De Nooy, Wouter, 183 De Witt, John, 155 comparability, 95; in corporates, 45; in disciplines, 95; as source for decou- decoupling, 37, 58, 73, 135, 144, 205, 209, 280–81; definition of, 36; establishing...

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