Paul DiMaggio
Paul DiMaggio
A. Barton Hepburn Professor of Sociology & Public Affairs, Princeton University
Verified email at princeton.edu
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The Iron Cage Revisited: Institutional Isomorphism and Collective Rationality in Organizational Fields
P DiMaggio, W Powell
AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW 48 (2), 147-160, 1983
61375*1983
Institutionalized organizations: Formal structure as myth and ceremony
JW Meyer, B Rowan
American journal of sociology 83 (2), 340-363, 1977
349691977
Interest and agency in institutional theory
P DiMaggio
Institutional patterns and organizations culture and environment, 3-21, 1988
60411988
Culture and cognition
P DiMaggio
Annual review of sociology 23 (1), 263-287, 1997
36751997
Social implications of the Internet
P DiMaggio, E Hargittai, WR Neuman, JP Robinson
Annual review of sociology 27 (1), 307-336, 2001
28972001
Cultural capital and school success: The impact of status culture participation on the grades of US high school students
P DiMaggio
American sociological review, 189-201, 1982
26171982
Biological control by natural enemies
P DeBach, D Rosen
CUP Archive, 1991
23711991
The iron cage revisited: Collective rationality and institutional isomorphism in organizational fields
P DiMaggio, WW Powell
American sociological review 48 (2), 147-160, 1983
1902*1983
Classification in art
P DiMaggio
American sociological review, 440-455, 1987
17361987
Constructing an organizational field as a professional project: The case of US art museums
P DiMaggio
17301991
Cultural capital, educational attainment, and marital selection
P DiMaggio, J Mohr
American journal of sociology 90 (6), 1231-1261, 1985
15261985
Structures of capital: The social organization of the economy
S Zukin, P DiMaggio, P DiMaggio
CUP Archive, 1990
14151990
Cultural entrepreneurship in nineteenth-century Boston: The creation of an organizational base for high culture in America
P DiMaggio
Media, Culture & Society 4 (1), 33-50, 1982
13481982
From the ‘digital divide’to ‘digital inequality’: Studying Internet use as penetration increases
P DiMaggio, E Hargittai
Princeton: Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies, Woodrow Wilson …, 2001
12922001
Have American's social attitudes become more polarized?
P DiMaggio, J Evans, B Bryson
American journal of Sociology 102 (3), 690-755, 1996
11021996
Digital inequality: From unequal access to differentiated use
P DiMaggio, E Hargittai, C Celeste, S Shafer
Social inequality, 355-400, 2004
10902004
Culture and economy
P DiMaggio
Handbook of economic sociology, 27-57, 1994
10131994
The sociology of nonprofit organizations and sectors
PJ DiMaggio, HK Anheier
Annual review of sociology 16 (1), 137-159, 1990
9651990
Socially embedded consumer transactions: For what kinds of purchases do people most often use networks?
P DiMaggio, H Louch
American sociological review, 619-637, 1998
9181998
EL NUEVO INSTITLICIONALISMO EN EL ANALISIS ORGANIZACIONAL
W Walter
744*1999
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