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F. The subject-verb-object approach to social cogni­ Psychological tion. Hage, P. Review, 1974, 81, 286-321. A graph theoretic approach to the analysis of alliance Anthro­ structure and local grouping in highland New Guinea. pological Harary, F. Forum, 1974, 3, 280-294. A structural analysis of the situation in the Middle East in 1956. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 1961, 5, 167- 178. Harary, F. Structural duality. Behavioral Science, 1957, 2, 255-265. Harary, F. On the measurement of structural balance.

S. and Planning, 1971, 3, 395-410. Structural characterizations of stability of signed digraphs under pulse processes. R. ), Graphs and combinatorics. In F. Harary and Berlin: Springer- Verlag, 1974, Pp. 330-338. Schwenk, A. J. An algorithm for determining the line index of a planar signed graph. Taylor, H. F. Balance Reinhold, 1970. In press. in small groups. New York: Van Nostrand PERSPECTIVES ON SOCIAL NETWORK RESEARCH CHAPTER 4 THE DAVIS/HOLLAND/LEINHARDT STUDIES: AN OVERVIEW" . 2 James Ά. Davis National Opinion Research Center University of Chicago Chicago, Illinois In all the plastic blather associated with our national bicentennial, it has escaped the attention of the media that 1976 is also the twentieth anniversary of the Cartwright and Harary paper (1956) on balance theory.

S has no cycle with exactly one negative line. The concept of the boundary of a subset of the points of a graph leads to an interesting observation about clusterable signed graphs. liasons Given a subset Z of the points of a signed graph S, the of Z are the lines of S that join a point of Z to one not in Z. The boundary of Z is the subgraph of s induced by the liasons of Z. Thus, if S is clusterable and Z is one of its clus­ ters, then the points in the boundary of Z are all the points of Z that have "direct contact" with the environment of Z.

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