Selected Reprints (pdf files).

Jia, P., Mirtabatabaei A., Friedkin, N. E. and Bullo, F.  Forthcoming.  Opinion Dynamics
and the Evolution of Social Power in Influence Networks
  SIAM Review.

Friedkin, N.E. 2014.  Social Justice in Local Systems of Interpersonal Influence  Pp. 229-242 in Handbook of the Social
Psychology of Inequality, edited by Jane McLeod, Ed Lawler and Michael Schwalbe. Springer.

Friedkin, N.E. and Johnsen, E.C. 2014. Two Steps to Obfuscation. Social Networks 39: 12-13.

Childress C.C. and Friedkin, N.E. 2012. Cultural Reception and Production: The Social Construction of Meaning in Book Clubs.
American Sociological Review 77: 45-68.

Friedkin, N.E. 2011. A Formal Theory of Reflected Appraisals in the Evolution of Power.
Administrative Science Quarterly
56: 501-529.

Friedkin, N.E. 2011. Spine Segments in Small World Networks. Social Networks 33:88-97.

Friedkin, N. E. 2010. The Attitude-Behavior Linkage in Behavioral Cascades. Social Psychology Quarterly 73: 196-213.

Friedkin, N. E. 2010. A Multilevel Event History Model of Social Diffusion: Medical Innovation Revisited.
Journal of Mathematical Sociology 34: 146-155
.

Friedkin, N.E. 2009. Jaccard Spline Index of Structural Proximity in Contact Networks. Social Networks 31: 76-84.

Friedkin, N.E. 2004. Social Cohesion. Annual Review of Sociology 30: 409-25.

Friedkin, N.E. and Johnsen, E.C. 2003. Attitude Change, Affect Control, and Expectation States in the Formation of Influence Networks.      Advances in Group Processes 20: 1-29.

Friedkin, N.E. and Johnsen, E.C. 2002. Control Loss and Fayol's Gangplanks. Social Networks 24: 395-406.

Friedkin, N.E. 2001. Norm Formation in Social Influence Networks. Social Networks 23: 167-189.

Bourgeois, M. and Friedkin, N.E. 2001. The Distant Core: Social Solidarity, Social Distance, and Interpersonal Ties.
     Social Networks 23
: 245-60.

Friedkin, N.E. 1999. Choice Shift and Group Polarization. American Sociological Review 64: 856-75.

Friedkin, N.E. and Johnsen, E.C. 1999. Social Influence Networks and Opinion Change. 
      Advances in Group Processes 16
: 1-29.

Friedkin, N.E. and Johnsen, E.C. 1997. Social Positions in Influence Networks. Social Networks 19:209-22.

Friedkin, N.E. 1995. The Incidence of Exchange Networks. Social Psychology Quarterly 58: 213-222.

Friedkin, N.E. 1993. Structural Bases of Interpersonal Influence in GroupsAmerican Sociological Review 58: 861-872.

Friedkin, N.E.1991. Theoretical Foundations for Centrality Measures. American Journal of Sociology 96: 1478-1504.

Friedkin, N.E. and E.C. Johnsen. 1990. Social Influence and Opinions. Journal of Mathematical Sociology 15: 193-205.

Friedkin, N.E. 1990. A Guttman Scale for the Strength of an Interpersonal Tie. Social Networks 12: 239-52.

Friedkin, N.E. and J. Necochea. 1988. School System Size and Performance: A Contingency Perspective.
      Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis
10: 237-249.

Friedkin, N.E. 1986. A Formal Theory of Social Power. Journal of Mathematical Sociology 12: 103-126.

Friedkin, N.E.1984. Structural Cohesion and Equivalence Explanations of Social Homogeneity. Sociological Methods & Research 12: 235-261.

Friedkin, N.E.1983. Horizons of Observability and Limits of Informal Control in Organizations. Social Forces 62: 54-77.

Friedkin, N.E. 1982. Information Flow Through Strong and Weak Ties in Intraorganizational Social Networks. Social Networks 3: 273-285.

Friedkin, N.E. 1980. A Test of Structural Features of Granovetter's Strength of Weak Ties Theory. Social Networks 2: 411-22.

Friedkin, N.E.1978. University Social Structure and Social Networks Among Scientists. American Journal of Sociology 83:1444-1465.