Charles Kadushin

  Charles Kadushin is Professor Emeritus Sociology, Graduate Center, CUNY and Distinguished Scholar, Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies and Visiting Research Professor, Sociology, Brandeis University. He has also taught at Columbia University in the Sociology and Social Psychology Departments and at Yale University in the School of Management and in Graduate Sociology.

Consultant in organizational behavior, social networks and employee surveys for major international companies as well as for non-profit and non-governmental organizations.

My two guides to research are:

Casey Stengel, "And you can look it up," and

Yogi Berra, "You can observe a lot by watching."

Charles Kadushin, Ph.D., is a leading authority on the design and analysis of survey research. He has extensive experience developing sampling methodology for difficult-to-reach populations and in the use of advanced multivariate statistical techniques. A founder of the social network field, he helped to create some of the first computer tools for the analysis of large sized social networks. Helped to develop state of the art methods for Internet surveys.

New Book:

 Understanding Social Networks: An Introduction to Social Network Concepts, Theories and Findings. Oxford University Press.

“…integrates the history, theories, and substantive applications of social network analysis… should be especially accessible to neophytes…Despite the nontechnical treatment, Kadushin encompasses deep analytic coverage and broad empirical research…The final chapter summarizes the conceptual tour de force in ‘Ten Master Ideas of Social Networks.’” 

Knoke, Contemporary Sociology, March, 2013



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