Charles Kadushin

  Charles Kadushin is Professor Emeritus Sociology, Graduate Center, CUNY and Distinguished Scholar, 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.

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BOOKS

2011 Understanding Social Networks: An Introduction to Social Network Concepts, Theories and Findings. Oxford University Press.  

2005 The American Intellectual Elite. Sumerset, NJ: Transaction Publishers [Republication of the 1974 edition with a new introduction].

1986 The Vietnam Veteran Redefined: Fact & Fiction. Edited with Ghislaine Boulanger. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers.

1982 Books: The Culture and Commerce of Publishing. New York: Basic Books [1985 University of Chicago Press, paperback] (with Lewis A. Coser and Walter W. Powell).

1974 The American Intellectual Elite. Boston: Little Brown. 

1973 Opinion-Making Elites in Yugoslavia. New York: Praeger (with Allen Barton and Bogdan Denitch).

1969 Why People Go To Psychiatrists. New York: Atherton Press. [Republished by Transaction Publishers, 2006].

1965 Shakespeare in the Neighborhood: Audience Reaction to "A Midsummer Night's Dream." New York: Twentieth Century Fund (with Richard Faust).

SKLARE AWARD

2009 Charles Kadushin. Social Networks and Jews. Contemporary Jewry 31:55-73

MAJOR PUBLISHED ARTICLES

2012 Charles Kadushin, Graham Wright, Michelle Shain, and Leonard Saxe, How socially integrated into mainstream America are young American Jews. Contemporary Jewry, 32:167-187.

2012 Theodore Sasson, Benjamin Phillips, Charles Kadushin, and Leonard Saxe. Understanding young adult attachment to Israel: Period, lifecycle and generational dynamics. Contemporary Jewry, 32, 67-84.   

2011 Sasson, Theodore, Charles Kadushin, and Leonard Saxe. Trends in American Jewish attachment to Israel: An assessment of the “distancing” hypothesis." Contemporary Jewry 30:297-319.

2008 Charles Kadushin and Elizabeth Tighe. How Hard is it to be a Jew on College Campuses? Contemporary Jewry, 28, 1, 1-20.

2008 Charles Kadushin, Theodore Sasson, Shahar Hess and Leonard Saxe. Triangulation and Mixed Methods Designs: Practicing What We Preach in the Evaluation of an Israel Experience Educational Program. Field Methods, 20, February, 46-65.

2006 Charles Kadushin. Personal Influence: A Radical Theory of Action The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 608, November, 270-281.

2006 Charles Kadushin and Laurence Kotler-Berkowitz. Informal social networks and formal organizational memberships among American Jews: Findings from the National Jewish Population Survey 2000-01. Sociology of Religion. 67, 465-485.

2006 Charles Kadushin, Peter D. Killworth, H. Russell Bernard, and Andrew A. Beveridge. Scale-Up Methods as Applied to Estimates of Heroin Use. Journal of Drug Issues. 36, 2, 417-439.

2005 Charles Kadushin, Benjamin Phillips, and Leonard Saxe. National Jewish Population Survey 2000-01: A Guide for the Perplexed. Contemporary Jewry. 25, 1-32.

2005 Charles Kadushin Networks and Small Groups. Structure and Dynamics: eJournal of Anthropological and Related Sciences: Vol. 1: No. 1, Article 5.

2005 Charles Kadushin Matthew Lindholm, Dan Ryan , Archie Brodsky and Leonard Saxe. Why it is so difficult to form effective community coalitions. City & Community 4:3, 255-275.

2005 Charles Kadushin. Review Essay on Linton C. Freeman. The Development of Social Network Analysis: A Study in the Sociology of Science, Journal of Social Structure, 6

2005 Charles Kadushin. Who benefits from network analysis: ethics of social network research. Social Networks, 27, 2, 139-153.

2004  Matthew Lindholm, Dan Ryan, Charles Kadushin, Leonard Saxe, Archie Brodsky. Fighting back against substance abuse:  The structure and function of community coalitions.  Human Organization. Vol. 63, No.3: 265-276.

2004 Charles Kadushin. Too Much Investment in Social Capital? Social Networks, 26, 75-90. 

2002 Hallfors, D., Cho, S., Livert D., & Kadushin, C.  Fighting Back against substance abuse:  Are community coalitions winning? American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 23(4):237-245.

2002 Charles Kadushin, David Livert.. Friendship, contact and peace education. Chapter 10 in G. Salomon & Nevo, B. Peace education: The concept, principles, and practices around the world. Mahwah, NJ: Larry Erlbaum Associates. 

2002 Julie Ford, Charles Kadushin. Between Sacral Belief and Moral Community: A Multidimensional Approach to the Relationship Between Religion and Alcohol , Sociological Forum, 17 #2 (June): 255-279.

2002 Charles Kadushin. The motivational foundations of social networks. Social Networks. 24 (1) 77-91.

2001 L.Saxe, C. Kadushin, D. Livert, E. Tighe, A Beveridge, D. Rindksopf The Visibility of Illicit Drugs: Implications for Community-based Drug Control Strategies, American Journal of Public Health 91, No. 12 (December): 1987-1994.

2000 Andrew A.Beveridge, Charles Kadushin, Leonard Saxe, David Rindskopf, and David Livert. Survey estimates of drug-use trends in urban communities: General principles and cautionary examples. Substance Use & Misuse 35:891-923

2000 Hallfors, D., Khatapoush, S, Kadushin, D., Watson, K., & Saxe, L.  A comparison of paper vs. computer-assisted self interview for school alcohol, tobacco, and other drug surveys.  Evaluation and Program Planning, 23:149-155.

1998 Charles Kadushin, Emily Reber, Leonard Saxe, and David Livert  The Substance Use System: Social and Neighborhood Environments Associated with Substance Use and Misuse,Substance Use and Misuse. 33 (8), 1618-1710.

1997 Saxe, L., Reber, E., Kadushin, C., Hallfors, D., Jones, D., Rindskopf, D., & Beveridge, A. Think global, act locally: Assessing the impact of community-based substance abuse prevention. Evaluation and Program Planning. 20, #3, 237-249.

1995 Charles Kadushin. Friendship Among the French Financial Elite, American Sociological Review, 60 (April), 202-221.

1992 Social networks and urban neighborhoods in New York City. City & Society, 6:1 (June), 58-75. (with Delmos Jones).

1991 Elite integration in stable democracies: A reconsideration. European Sociological Review, 7:1 (May), 35-53. (with John Higley, Ursula Hoffmann-Lange, Gwen Moore). Reprinted in Marvin E. Olsen and Martin N. Marger (eds.) 1992. Power in Modern Societies. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press.

1989 The next ten years. Connections, XII (#2 Fall), 12-23. (Keynote Address: Social Networks Conference).

1989 The small world method and other innovations in experimental social psychology. Pp. xxii-xxvi in Manfred Kochen (ed.), The Small World, Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

1986 Posttraumatic stress disorder: A valid diagnosis? (with Ghislaine Boulanger, David Rindskopf and Martha Ann Carey). Pp. 25-35 in Boulanger and Kadushin (above).

1986 Effects of group cohesion on posttraumatic stress disorder. (with Nava Lerer). Pp. 51-59 in Boulanger and Kadushin (above).

1986 Is the Vietnam generation politically alienated? (with Helen Dermatis). Pp. 91-114 in Boulanger and Kadushin (above).

1986 The interpersonal environment and Vietnam veterans. Pp. 121-131 in Boulanger and Kadushin (above).

1983 Mental health and the interpersonal environment. American Sociological Review, 48 (April), 188-198.

1982 Intellectuals and cultural power. Media Culture & Society, 4 (July/August), 255-263. (reprinted Spanish, 1987).

1982 Social density and mental health. Pp. 147-158 in P. Marsden and N. Lin (eds.), Social Structure and Network Analysis. Beverly Hills: Sage.

1981 Notes on the expectations of reward in n-person networks. Pp. 235-254 in P. Blau and R. K. Merton (eds.), Continuities in Structural Inquiry, London: Sage.

1981 Friendship and stress reactions. Pp. 611-650 in U. S. House of Representatives, Committee on Veteran Affairs, Legacies of Vietnam: Comparative Adjustment of Vietnam Veterans and their Peers, Charles Kadushin (ed.), Volume IV, Long Term Stress Reactions: Some Causes, Consequences, and Naturally Occuring Support Systems. Washington: U. S. Government Printing Office.

1979 Power circles and legitimacy in developed societies. Pp. 127-140 in B. Denitch (ed.), Legitimation of Regimes. London: Sage Publications.

1979 The managed text: prose and qualms. Change Magazine, March, 30-36.

1976 The intersection of social circles: A new measure of proximity in networks. Sociological Methods and Research, 5, 77-102 (with R. Alba).

1976 Networks and circles in the production of culture. American Behavioral Scientist, 19, 769-784. (Reprinted, pp. 107-122 in R. A. Peterson (ed.), The Production of Culture, Beverly Hills, Sage.)

1973 Social structure of Yugoslav opinion-makers: Part I, informal leadership. Pp. 155-187 in Barton, Denitch and Kadushin (above) (with Peter Abrams).

1973 Social structure of Yugoslav opinion-makers: Part II, Formal and informal influences and their consequences for opinion. Pp. 188-219 in Barton, Denitch and Kadushin (above) (with Peter Abrams).

1972 Who are the elite intellectuals? Public Interest. Fall, 109-125.

1972 Influential intellectual journals. Change Magazine. March, 38-47 (with J. Hover).

1971 Where and how to find the intellectual elite in the United States. Public Opinion Quarterly, 25 (Spring), 1-18 (with J. Hover and M. Tichy).

1969 The professional self-concept of music students. American Journal of Sociology, 75, 389-404.

1968 Power influence and social circles: a new methodology for studying opinion-makers. American Sociological Review, 33, 685-699.

1968 Reason Analysis. In D. L. Sills (ed.) International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, Volume 13, 338-343. New York: Macmillan, The Free Press.

1967 Social class and ill health: The need for further research. Sociological Inquiry, 37, 323-332.

1967 Discussion on some relations among psychiatric symptoms, organic illness, and social class. American Journal of Psychiatry, 12, 1537-1538.

1966 The friends and supporters of psychotherapy: on social circles in urban life. American Sociological Review, 31, 786-802.

1966 Shakespeare and sociology. The Columbia University Forum, Spring, 25-31.

1964 Health and social class. New Society, 24 (December), 12-14.

1964 Social class and the experience of ill health. Sociological Inquiry, 34, 67-80. (Reprinted, pp. 406-412 in R. Bendix and S. M. Lipset (eds.), Class, Status, and Power: Social Stratfication in Comparative Perspective, Second Edition, New York: The Free Press, 1966.)

1962 Social distance between client and professional. American Journal of Sociology, 67, 517-531.

1962 Political behavior in midterm elections. In W. McPhee and W. Glaser, Public Opinion and Congressional Elections. New York: Free Press (with W. Glaser).

1958 Individual decisions to undertake psychotherapy. Administrative Science Quarterly, 3, 379-411.

 
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