Katherine Faust

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Professor, Sociology
School of Social Sciences
PH.D., University of California, Irvine
Phone: (949) 824-9383
Fax: (949) 824-4717
Email: kfaust@uci.edu
University of California, Irvine
4117 Social Science Plaza A
Mail Code: 5100
Irvine, CA 92697
Research Interests
Social Networks, Comparative Structural Analysis, Demographic Processes and Network Structure, Animal Social Networks
Wasserman, Stanley and Katherine Faust
1994 Social Network Analysis: Methods and Applications. Cambridge, England and New York: Cambridge University Press. (Revised, reprinted edition, 1997).

Bolton, Ralph and Katherine Faust
2019 “Los nombres de papas en una aldea quechua de la provincia de Canchis, Cusco” (Names for potatoes in a Quechua village in the province of Canchis, Cusco) Revista Peruana de Antropologia 4(5): 35-62. http://revistaperuanadeantropologia.com/los-nombres-de-papas-en-una-aldea-quechua-de-la-provincia-de-canchis-cusco/

Faust, Katherine and George Tita
2019 “Social Network and Crime: Pitfalls and Promises for Advancing the Field.” Annual Review of Criminology. https://doi.org/10.1146/annurev-criminol-011518-024701

Bolton, Ralph and Katherine Faust
2018 “Pensando en papas: Una investigación cognitiva en la antropología agrícola” (Thinking of potatoes: A cognitive investigation in agricultural anthropology) Alteritas: Revista de Estudios Socioculturales Andino Amazónicos 7(8): 115-126.

Oravecz, Zita, Katherine Faust, Daniel A. Levitis, and William H. Batchelder
2015 “Studying the Existence and Attributes of Consensus on Psychological Concepts by a Cognitive Psychological Model.” American Journal of Psychology 128(1), 61-75.

Oravecz, Zita, Katherine Faust, and William H. Batchelder
2014 “An Extended Cultural Consensus Theory Model to Account for Cognitive Processes in Decision Making in Social Surveys.” Sociological Methodology vol. 44, 1: pp. 185-228.

Rindfuss, Ronald R., Martin Piotrowski, Barbara Entwisle, Katherine Faust and Jeffery Edmeades.
2012 “Migrant remittances and the web of family obligations: Ongoing support among spatially extended kin in North-east Thailand, 1984–94.” Population Studies: A Journal of Demography, 66(1): 87-104. DOI:10.1080/00324728.2011.644429

adams, jimi, Katherine Faust, and Gina S. Lovasi
2012 “Capturing context: Integrating spatial and social network analyses.” Social Networks 34:1-5.

Verdery, Ashton M. Barbara Entwisle, Katherine Faust, Ronald R. Rindfuss.
2012. “Social and spatial networks: Kinship distance and dwelling unit proximity in rural Thailand.” Social Networks: 112-127. doi:10.1016/j.socnet.2011.04.003

Faust, Katherine
2011. “Animal Social Networks.” Chapter 11, pages 148 - 166 in The SAGE Handbook of Social Network Analysis, John Scott and Peter J. Carrington Eds. Los Angeles: Sage.

Faust, Katherine
2010 “A puzzle concerning triads in social networks: Graph constraints and the triad census.” Social Networks 32(3): 221-233. doi:10.1016/j.socnet.2010.03.004

Faust, Katherine
2008 "Triadic configurations in limited choice sociometric networks: Empirical and theoretical results." Social Networks.

Faust, Katherine
2007 “Very local structure in social networks.” Pages 209-256 in Sociological Methodology 2007 volume 37 edited by Yu Xie. Boston, MA: Basil Blackwell.

Faust, Katherine and Miruna Petrescu-Prahova.
2007 “Discussion on the meeting on Model-based clustering for social networks by Mark S. Handcock, Adrian E. Raftery, and Jeremy M. Tantrum.” Journal of the Royal Statistical Society 170 part 2: 336-337.

Entwisle, Barbara, Katherine Faust, Ronald R. Rindfuss, and Toshiko Kaneda.
2007 “Networks and contexts: Variation in the structure of social ties.” American Journal of Sociology, 112:1495-533.

Faust, Katherine
2006 “Comparing social networks: Size, density and local structure.” Metodološki Zvezki, Advances in Methodology and Statistics 3(2):185-216.

Contractor, Noshir S., Stanley Wasserman, and Katherine Faust
2006 “Testing multi-theoretical multilevel hypotheses about organizational networks: An analytic framework and empirical example” Academy of Management Review, 31(3):681-703.

Faust, Katherine
2005 “Using Correspondence Analysis for Joint Displays of Affiliation Networks.” Chapter 7, pages 117-147 in Models and Methods in Social Network Analysis, edited by Peter J. Carrington, John Scott, and Stanley Wasserman. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Rindfuss, Ronald R., Aree Jampaklay, Barbara Entwisle, Yothin Sawangdee, Katherine Faust, and Pramote Prasartkul
2004 “Collection and Analysis of Social Network Data in Nang Rong, Thailand” Chapter 7, pages 175-200 in Network Epidemiology: A Handbook For Survey Design and Data Collection. Martina Morris (ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Skvoretz, John and Katherine Faust
2002 “Relations, species, and network structure.” Journal of Social Structure.3(2). http://zeeb.library.cmu.edu:7850/JoSS/skvoretz/index.html

Faust, Katherine and John Skvoretz
2002 “Comparing networks across space and time, size and species.” Pages 267-299 in Sociological Methodology 2002, volume 32 edited by Ross Stolzenberg. Cambridge, MA: Basil Blackwell.

Faust, Katherine, Karin E. Willert, David D. Rowlee, and John Skvoretz
2002 “Scaling and statistical models for affiliation networks: Patterns of participation among Soviet politicians during the Brezhnev era.” Social Networks. 24:231-259.

Faust, Katherine
2002 “Las redes sociales en las ciencias sociales y del comportamiento” [“Social networks in the social and behavioral sciences”] Chapter 1, pages 1-14 in Jorge Gil-Mendieta and Samuel Schmidt (eds.). Análisis de Redes: Aplicaciones en Ciencias Sociales [Network Analysis: Applications in the Social Sciences]. Mexico City: UNAM.

Faust, Katherine, Barbara Entwisle, Ronald Rindfuss, Stephen Walsh, and Yothin Sawangdee
1999 “Spatial arrangement of social and economic networks among villages in Nang Rong district, Thailand.” Social Networks. 21(4):311-337.

Skvoretz, John and Katherine Faust
1999 “Logit models for affiliation networks.” Pages 253-280 in Sociological Methodology 1999, volume 29 edited by Michael E. Sobel and Mark P. Becker. Cambridge, MA: Basil Blackwell.
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