Network switches, actors and domination grammar
Harrison C. WHITE
Distinct networks are social realizations, in types of tie, of different cultural realms as cross-sectional snapshots of some locale of action. I build here a view of socio-cultural process as switches between types of networks, with actors of all scopes being shaped as byproducts. Discourse both comes from and engenders structures of domination within such process, yielding grammar as a trace.