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Patterned Fluidity of Chinese Ethnic Identity: Networks, Time, and Place

Authors Cynthia Baiqing Zhang
Year 2017
Journal Name SAGE OPEN
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1 Journal Article

Explaining HIV Risk Multiplexity: A Social Network Analysis

Authors Marisa Felsher, Emmanuel F. Koku
Year 2018
Journal Name AIDS AND BEHAVIOR
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2 Journal Article

Roommate's race and the racial composition of white college students' ego networks

Authors N Mark, Daniel R. Harris
Year 2012
Journal Name SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH
Citations (WoS) 4
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3 Journal Article

Spatial Social Network Analysis of Resource Access in Rural South Africa

Authors Sam Schramski, Zhuojie Huang
Year 2016
Journal Name PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHER
Citations (WoS) 3
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4 Journal Article

Assessing intercultural communication competence as a relational construct using social network analysis

Authors Ruobing Chi, Daniel Suthers
Year 2015
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
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5 Journal Article

Assessing intercultural communication competence as a relational construct using social network analysis

Authors Ruobing Chi, Daniel Suthers
Year 2015
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
Citations (WoS) 6
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6 Journal Article

Illuminating dark networks: a social network analysis of an Australian drug trafficking syndicate

Authors David A. Bright, Jenny Chalmers, Caitlin E. Hughes
Year 2012
Journal Name CRIME LAW AND SOCIAL CHANGE
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7 Journal Article

The Industry of Illegal Migration: Social Network Analysis of the Brazil-US Migration System

Authors Dimitri Fazito, Weber Soares
Year 2015
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
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8 Journal Article

The Industry of Illegal Migration: Social Network Analysis of the Brazil-US Migration System

Authors Dimitri Fazito, Weber Soares
Year 2015
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
Citations (WoS) 1
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10 Journal Article

Understanding friendship and learning networks of international and host students using longitudinal Social Network Analysis

Authors Bart Rienties, Eimear-Marie Nolan
Year 2014
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
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11 Journal Article

Understanding friendship and learning networks of international and host students using longitudinal Social Network Analysis

Authors Bart Rienties, Eimear-Marie Nolan
Year 2014
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
Citations (WoS) 44
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12 Journal Article

Social network in tourism contexts: support town

Authors Aide Vazquez, Oscar Frausto Martinez, Julia Fraga
Year 2015
Journal Name TEORIA Y PRAXIS
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13 Journal Article

Ethnic Boundaries in Core Discussion Networks: A Multilevel Social Network Study of Turks and Moroccans in the Netherlands

Authors Frank van Tubergen
Year 2015
Journal Name JOURNAL OF ETHNIC AND MIGRATION STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 12
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14 Journal Article

Understanding a collaborative effort to reduce racial and ethnic disparities in health care: Contributions from social network analysis

Authors Marsha Gold, P DOREIAN, Erin Fries Taylor
Year 2008
Journal Name SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
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15 Journal Article

Paternal Incarceration and Adolescent Social Network Disadvantage

Authors Brielle Bryan
Year 2017
Journal Name DEMOGRAPHY
Citations (WoS) 7
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16 Journal Article

Paternal Incarceration and Adolescent Social Network Disadvantage

Authors Brielle Bryan
Year 2017
Journal Name DEMOGRAPHY
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17 Journal Article

Institutional impact of criminal networks in Colombia and Mexico

Authors Luis Jorge Garay-Salamanca, Eduardo Salcedo-Albaran
Year 2012
Journal Name CRIME LAW AND SOCIAL CHANGE
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18 Journal Article

"All Lives Matter'': The Cost of Colorblind Racial Attitudes in Diverse Social Networks

Authors John Tawa, Shinji Katsumoto, Ruqian Ma
Year 2016
Journal Name RACE AND SOCIAL PROBLEMS
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19 Journal Article

"All Lives Matter'': The Cost of Colorblind Racial Attitudes in Diverse Social Networks

Authors John Tawa, Ruqian Ma, Shinji Katsumoto
Year 2016
Journal Name RACE AND SOCIAL PROBLEMS
Citations (WoS) 3
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20 Journal Article

Measuring segregation between rural migrants and local residents in urban China: An integrated spatio-social network analysis of Kecun in Guangzhou

Authors Miaoxi Zhao, Yiming Wang
Year 2018
Journal Name Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science
Citations (WoS) 1
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21 Journal Article

The evolution of migration trajectories of sub-Saharan African migrants in Turkey and Greece: The role of changing social networks and critical events

Authors Marieke Wissink, Franck Düvell, Valentina Mazzucato
Year 2017
Journal Name GEOFORUM
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22 Journal Article

Networked Identity: How Immigrant Youth Employ Online Identity Resources

Authors Fleur Prinsen, Mariette de Haan, Kevin M. Leander
Year 2015
Journal Name YOUNG
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23 Journal Article

Academic benefit of outgroup contact for immigrant and nonimmigrant students

Authors Ralf Wolfer, Miles Hewstone, Daniel H. Caro
Year 2019
Journal Name GROUP PROCESSES & INTERGROUP RELATIONS
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24 Journal Article

Academic benefit of outgroup contact for immigrant and nonimmigrant students

Authors Ralf Wolfer, Miles Hewstone, Daniel H. Caro
Year 2019
Journal Name GROUP PROCESSES & INTERGROUP RELATIONS
Citations (WoS) 1
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25 Journal Article

Institutions, information exchange, and migrant social networks in Rome

Authors Le Anh Nguyen Long
Year 2015
Journal Name ETHNIC AND RACIAL STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 2
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26 Journal Article

Migration to European countries: A structural explanation of patterns, 1980-2004

Authors Marc Hooghe, Bart Meuleman, Ann Trappers, ...
Year 2008
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION REVIEW
Citations (WoS) 86
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27 Journal Article

In the shadow of fortress Europe? Impacts of European migration governance on Slovenia, Croatia and Macedonia

Authors Andrew Geddes, Andrew Taylor
Year 2016
Journal Name JOURNAL OF ETHNIC AND MIGRATION STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 4
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28 Journal Article

Logit models and logistic regressions for social networks .1. An introduction to Markov graphs and p

Authors S WASSERMAN, Philippa Pattison
Year 1996
Journal Name PSYCHOMETRIKA
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29 Journal Article

Online Islamophobia and the politics of fear: manufacturing the green scare

Authors Mattias Ekman
Year 2015
Journal Name ETHNIC AND RACIAL STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 27
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30 Journal Article

Group co-offending networks in Italy's illegal drug trade

Authors Valentina Tenti, C Morselli
Year 2014
Journal Name CRIME LAW AND SOCIAL CHANGE
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31 Journal Article

Involving immigrant religious organizations in HIV/AIDS prevention: The role of bonding and bridging social capital

Authors ManChui R. Leung, John J. Chin, Miruna Petrescu-Prahova
Year 2016
Journal Name SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
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32 Journal Article

Exploring Co-offending Networks by Considering Geographic Background: An Investigation of Electric Bicycle Thefts in Beijing

Authors Peng Chen, Yongmei Lu
Year 2018
Journal Name PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHER
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33 Journal Article

Understanding local innovation systems in peripheral tourism destinations

Authors Doris Anna Carson, Dean B. Carson, Heidi Hodge
Year 2014
Journal Name TOURISM GEOGRAPHIES
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34 Journal Article

Interpersonal Networking and Business Resilience: How Immigrants in Small Business Face the Crisis in Italy

Authors Antonio M. Chiesi
Year 2014
Journal Name EUROPEAN SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW
Citations (WoS) 2
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35 Journal Article

"Does this Look Infected to You?" Social Network Predictors of Dental Help-Seeking Among Mexican Immigrants

Authors Erin Pullen, Brea L. Perry, Gerardo Maupome
Year 2018
Journal Name JOURNAL OF IMMIGRANT AND MINORITY HEALTH
Citations (WoS) 5
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36 Journal Article

Evaluation of a cross-cultural training program for Pakistani educators: Lessons learned and implications for program planning

Authors Rebecca Mazur, Rebecca H. Woodland
Year 2017
Journal Name EVALUATION AND PROGRAM PLANNING
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37 Journal Article

Student Engagement and Affordances for Interaction With Diverse Peers: A Network Analysis

Authors Kimberly Glass, Chris R. Glass, R. Jason Lynch
Year 2016
Journal Name JOURNAL OF DIVERSITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION
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38 Journal Article

Student Engagement and Affordances for Interaction With Diverse Peers: A Network Analysis

Authors Kimberly Glass, Chris R. Glass, R. Jason Lynch
Year 2016
Journal Name JOURNAL OF DIVERSITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION
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39 Journal Article

The Systems Approach to International Migration: An Application of Network Analysis Methods

Authors June Marie Nogle
Year 1994
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
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40 Journal Article

"Does this Look Infected to You?" Social Network Predictors of Dental Help-Seeking Among Mexican Immigrants

Authors Erin Pullen, Brea L. Perry, Gerardo Maupome
Year 2018
Journal Name JOURNAL OF IMMIGRANT AND MINORITY HEALTH
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41 Journal Article

Community Sexual Bridging Among Heterosexuals at High-Risk of HIV in New York City

Authors Alan Neaigus, Yoosik Youm, Holly Hagan, ...
Year 2016
Journal Name AIDS AND BEHAVIOR
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42 Journal Article

Learning to be a mother: Comparing two groups of Chinese immigrants in the Netherlands

Authors Lijie Zheng, Mariette de Haan, Willem Koops
Year 2019
Journal Name ASIAN AND PACIFIC MIGRATION JOURNAL
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43 Journal Article

LAY AND SOCIAL SCIENCE DISCOURSES ON IDENTITY, CITIZENSHIP AND MIGRATION

Year 2012
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The proposed project aims to examine the ways in which the principles used in the social sciences to explain the social world might interact with the interpretative resources that are used by lay social actors to make sense of this world. The project aims to examine this by focusing on the underlying processes of interaction between social scientific and everyday lay discourses: the different ways in which social-scientific discourses are synthesised, how these discourses are filtered back to lay discourses, and how these discourses are taken up by lay social actors. The topics selected to probe these issues are identity, citizenship and migration. There have been global developments in these areas since the 1990s and there has been a proliferation of both social scientific and lay discussions concerning them. The interaction between social scientific and lay discourses will be studied by conducting a systematic review of social science texts on identity, citizenship and migration and by interviewing immigrants and locals in Central Macedonia, Greece. Both sets of discourses will be analysed for correspondence of themes and arguments. The role of policy will also be examined by considering the ways in which policy is manifested in those discourses. The project draws on Critical Discursive Psychology (CDP) and Social Network Analysis (SNA). The project will be of interest to academic users in the sociology of science and knowledge, and in discourse, identity and migration studies; and to non-academic users such as policymakers, local government and non-governmental agencies and local communities and interest groups.
44 Project

Physician referral patterns and racial disparities in total hip replacement: A network analysis approach

Authors Hassan M. K. Ghomrawi, J Owen-Smith, Russell J. Funk, ...
Year 2018
Journal Name PLOS ONE
Citations (WoS) 3
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45 Journal Article

Using network analysis to study globalization, regionalization, and multi-polarity-Introduction to special section

Authors Philippe De Lombaerde, Lucia Tajoli, Lelio Iapadre, ...
Year 2018
Journal Name NETWORK SCIENCE
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46 Journal Article

Social integration and boundary making in adolescence

Year 2017
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The idea of boundary making has moved to the centre of influential agendas in immigration research. While many studies show the location and meaning of ethnic boundaries to vary across contexts, the conditions under which actors pursue different strategies of boundary making and produce different configurations of boundaries remain largely unknown. A major reason is the lack of a contextual unit of analysis that allows one to look at a large number of comparable social fields in which processes of boundary making unfold. My project is based on the idea that studying peer dynamics across a large number of schools constitutes strategic research material for understanding boundary making. I aim to develop a theory of boundary making that explains which combinations of attributes tend to become the basis of peer group affiliation and identities depending on school context. Realising this agenda has recently become possible through advances in multilevel longitudinal social network analysis and the collection of unique panel data on complete networks of over 18,000 students in more than 900 Dutch, English, German, and Swedish classrooms in 2010 and 2011. In order to investigate how the current influx of refugees transforms the configurations of boundaries, I will strategically complement this data by conducting a new three-wave panel study in one third of the original German schools. As part of this data collection, I will conduct the first smartphone-based experience sampling study on adolescents’ everyday boundary work, which allows me to capture its everyday salience as well as the impact of public discourse and political events. Aside from breaking new ground in the interdisciplinary fields of boundaries studies, immigration research, and network science, my project will potentially have an important social impact by identifying new factors that support or hinder the social integration of minority students.
47 Project

Female migrants from developed countries in Southern Europe: A study of integration

Year 2012
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'Women-migrants in Europe often face the ‘double disadvantage’ [as women and as foreigners] in the two main, mutually reinforcing aspects of their migration careers [the socio-political disadvantage and the labour market disadvantage] (Boswell et a. 2004; Boyd & Grieco 2003; CEDAW 2010; Rubin et al. 2008). Their social exclusion is illuminated by their intersecting encounters with racism and xenophobia, sexism, political inactivity and impeded access to welfare services and benefits. In the labour market they face the following forms of disadvantage: (1) unemployment; (2) under-employment (or over-qualification); (3) temporary and short-term contracts, and (4) discriminated payment in comparison with both the native-born- and the male migrant populations. This is particularly the case for (highly) skilled female migrants in SE. Detailed knowledge about their integration experiences and strategies is a tool toward the utilization of their skills in destination countries. However, there is insufficient and disintegrated information about this (ibid). The FEMIDE project will explore, from the multi-disciplinary perspective, integration among US and UK women living in the SE countries of Italy and Greece. It will focus on women who have settled in these countries having received university degrees in their countries of origin, and who could therefore contribute to so-called ‘skilled’ workforce. The project will use multiple methods such as narrative biographic interview, e-forum, e-survey, focus group, critical discourse analysis and social network analysis in order to understand to what extent these women have been integrated and to what extent their skills have been utilized within the transitional migration regime context and within the global context of high skill shortages. The concepts of ‘gender’, ‘skilled migration’ and ‘labour market segmentation’ will theoretically inform my inquiry into how such female migrants understand their own integration or exclusion.'
48 Project

SOCIAL NETWORK SITES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE

Year 2012
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The last few years have witnessed an explosive increase in the use of social networking sites. Today there are over 500 million on Facebook, and 100 million on QQ - the Chinese equivalent, as well as Orkut and Twitter. The primary purpose of this research project is to determine the nature of these sites and assess the challenge they represent to assumptions at the core of social science with regard to the decline in social relations, including the degree to which these sites have been appropriated to alleviate the negative impact of this decline. It will also focus on trends including the shift to older and less affluent users, and key consequences such as the impact on migrants and on separated families which rely on such communications. It will assess recent academic debates regarding the consequence of social networks for political action and activism, the nature of privacy and the public domain. But the research method is holistic and the seven proposed books will include a general re-thinking of core social science theory in the light of this phenomenon as well as monographs on more specific trends in usage and an overall assessment of social and welfare implications. Research has mainly been on the earlier users, mainly college students and focused on the US. But recent trends suggest future growth in older populations and in middle income regions such as Brazil and Turkey. The research consists of 15 months intensive ethnographic participation and observation, appropriate given the intimate nature of these communications. There will be seven ethnographies all based in small town sites. Some aimed at demographic breadth in China, India, Brazil and Turkey others at depth in Romania, Trinidad and the UK. The study will also include long term online participation in the social networking sites themselves with 150 informants from each country. The intensity of ethnographic depth will be matched by a commitment to comparative analysis and generalisation.
49 Project

MAPS – Migrants And People Smugglers: A Comparative Study of Smuggling Networks in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Central American corridors

Year 2017
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To what extent is human smuggling a criminal enterprise driven by solidarity and cooperation? This is the question that my project “MAPS – Migrants And People Smugglers” addresses through a comparative study – of the Eastern Mediterranean and the Central American smuggling corridors. Having almost concluded my research in the Eastern Mediterranean corridor, the project will concentrate almost exclusively on the Central American route in order to identify similarities and differences in the organizational structures of smuggling networks, the smuggler-migrant relationship, and the profile of the facilitators. MAPS seeks to make a contribution to studies on Human Smuggling and Irregular Migration, where there is a keen interest in – yet still insufficient knowledge about – the interaction between migrants and facilitators and where criminological perspectives still dominate the debate. MAPS adopts a critical perspective and departs from the idea that smugglers obey only to a profit making logic. Inviting instead for a more complex understanding of their roles, it argues that human smuggling is embedded within ethnic networks and local economies, which are grounded on deep notions of solidarity and reciprocity. By expanding current knowledge around smuggling and its related policies, the project also aims to provide an empirical platform for policy engagement. In order to achieve its research aims, I will be based at the San Diego State University (SDSU), located at the proximities of the US/Mexican border and renown for being a centre of excellence on migratory trends from Central American. Here, I will be trained in Critical Criminology, Hispanic Studies and Social Network Analysis under the supervision of Prof Sheldon Zhang. Upon returning to my European host institution, the EUI, I will bring my new skills and further improve my policy and dissemination training under the supervision of Prof Triandafyllidou at the Cultural Pluralism Area of the GGP (EUI).
50 Project

Expatriate Social Networks in Terrorism-Endangered Countries: An Empirical Analysis in Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, and Saudi Arabia

Authors Benjamin Bader, Tassilo Schuster
Year 2015
Journal Name JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT
Citations (WoS) 36
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51 Journal Article

Not only Whom you Know but also How you Know them Matters: How the Structure of Social Networks affects Racial Prejudice

Year 2012
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This project will investigate how structural features of a person’s social network affect the reduction of interethnic prejudice. Examples of such structural features are whether one’s friends know one another and whether friends from one’s own racial group spend time in the same social settings as the friends from other groups. The work builds on recent insights in social psychology on the impact of interethnic friendships on prejudice. Under the supervision of experts at Stanford and Utrecht University, the fellow will be among the first to apply state-of-the-art techniques from sociological network analysis to the psychological study of intergroup contact and prejudice. Moreover, close collaboration with one of the world's leading experts in survey methodology (Prof Krosnick) will enable the fellow to develop better instruments to measure social networks in online surveys and advance his abilities to determine the quality of survey indicators. This newly gained knowledge will be transferred to the returning host institute through workshops and a new data collection in collaboration with local PhD students. One of Europe’s leading experts on migration and ethnic relations (Prof Verkuyten) will supervise and support the fellow, and ensure that the new insights in the role of networks are made available to other European researchers. This project addresses two core goals of the FP7 program in socio-economic science and humanities through its focus on (1) cultural diversity as a consequence of migration and (2) how this relates to discrimination in terms of interethnic prejudice. Because of the high relevance of this topic for the public and for ethnically heterogeneous schools in particular, media releases as well as workshops with teachers are planned to disseminate the findings. The training in scientific and soft skills proposed in this project will put the fellow in an excellent position to become an independent researcher and establish his own research group.
52 Project

Structure of ethnic violence in Sudan: a semi-automated network analysis of online news (2003-2010)

Authors Tracy Van Holt, Kathleen M. Carley, Janna R. Caspersen, ...
Year 2012
Journal Name COMPUTATIONAL AND MATHEMATICAL ORGANIZATION THEORY
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53 Journal Article

Expatriate Social Networks in Terrorism-Endangered Countries: An Empirical Analysis in Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, and Saudi Arabia

Authors Benjamin Bader, Tassilo Schuster
Year 2015
Journal Name JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT
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54 Journal Article

Relationships between Economics, Welfare, Social Network Factors, and Net Migration in the United States

Authors Lee-Joy Cheng
Year 2009
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
Citations (WoS) 5
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55 Journal Article

Populist rebellion against modernity in 21st-century Eastern Europe: neo-traditionalism and neo-feudalism

Year 2019
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POPREBEL is an inter-disciplinary consortium of researchers focused on explaining and contextualising the recent rise of populism in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). While populism is a phenomenon that has by now emerged in almost every democracy, we believe that regional and cultural-historical dimensions need to be considered in order to improve not only scholarly knowledge, but also policy recommendations. It is urgent for Western Europeans to look into the CEE mirror, just as it is urgent for the CEE region to understand itself. To this end, we will create a typology of populism’s various manifestations, reconstruct trajectories of its growth and decline, investigate its causes, interpret its meanings, diagnose its consequences, and propose policy solutions. Our focus is on CEE, but we engage in comparisons with populisms elsewhere, particularly Western Europe. While scholars from different disciplines have looked at populism, we argue that the full potential of interdisciplinary research has not been achieved yet. We draw on data and models from various disciplines and combine them into a rich study of forces at play. In addition to established methods of economics, sociology, and cultural studies, at the heart of our approach is a novel methodology whose essence is a large-scale, Europe-wide, multi-lingual online conversation. This is a listening exercise; its aim is a deep understanding of everyday life in Europe challenged by the rise of populism. The method to process this unique ethnographic material is semantic social network analysis. POPREBEL relies on foresight/future studies, deep involvement with activists, policy makers, and civil society actors to boost the immune system of European democracy. We develop scenarios and share them with all interested parties to reflect, in public debate, on how well they fit both in the CEE region and the rest of Europe. Our focus is not just scholarly; the project serves as a platform for mutual learning.
56 Project

Chain Migration Through the Social Network: Experience of Labour Migrants in Kuwait

Authors Nasra M. Shah, Indu Menon
Year 1999
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
Citations (WoS) 28
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57 Journal Article

The SES-Specific Neighbourhood Effect on Interethnic Friendship Formation. The Case of Adolescent Immigrants in Germany

Authors Hanno Kruse
Year 2017
Journal Name EUROPEAN SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW
Citations (WoS) 3
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58 Journal Article

The Surname Space of the Czech Republic: Examining Population Structure by Network Analysis of Spatial Co-Occurrence of Surnames

Authors Josef Novotny, James A. Cheshire
Year 2012
Journal Name PLOS ONE
Citations (WoS) 13
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59 Journal Article

THE PEOPLE WE KNOW: SOCIAL NETWORK DIVERSITY AMONG URBAN MALAYSIANS

Authors Antoon De Rycker, Yang L. Fong, Ramachandran Ponnan, ...
Year 2015
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ASIA PACIFIC STUDIES
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60 Journal Article

The dining experience of Beijing Roast Duck: A comparative study of the Chinese and English online consumer reviews

Authors Jue Huang
Year 2017
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
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61 Journal Article

Social and ecological networks supporting biodiversity and food security

Year 2016
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Halting biodiversity decline and ensuring food security are urgent and interconnected challenges. I will study how social and ecological structures in interaction generate tradeoffs and synergies between food security and biodiversity conservation. SENet has two aims: A) to identify ecological and socioeconomic structures that benefit or harm food security and biodiversity conservation in a rural, poor study landscape, and B) to develop an integrated network model capable of predicting such effects in similar settings worldwide. Globally, SENet will be the first research to apply (graph-theoretic) network analysis to understand synergies and tradeoffs in the food security–biodiversity nexus. I will develop the integrated model using data from a landscape in Ethiopia, where agricultural expansion and human-wildlife conflicts are driving deforestation. SENet differs from existing approaches that concentrate on increasing agricultural output and overlook that social and ecological outcomes are interdependent and cannot be understood separately. In contrast, my method focuses on the food security of rural villages and on the factors that prompt farmers to clear or to plant forest, to change crops, to migrate elsewhere, etc., i.e., on farmers' decisions that affect both food security and biodiversity. In this context, I will use systematic network analysis to show how farmers are connected through food trade, knowledge exchange and other socioeconomic processes, but also how their crop fields are linked to forests and human–wildlife conflicts. The implementation of SENet will draw on my skills in network analysis and the host’s research excellence on the biodiversity of agricultural landscapes, including their ongoing fieldwork in my study area. This setup ensures a theoretical and empirical foundation for my network models, and a forum for communicating my results to non-academic actors in Ethiopia and Europe.
62 Project

Multiple-membership multiple-classification models for social network and group dependences

Authors Mark Tranmer, William J. Browne, David Steel
Year 2014
Journal Name JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY SERIES A-STATISTICS IN SOCIETY
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63 Journal Article

Ethnic preferences in friendships and casual contacts between majority and minority children in the Netherlands

Authors J. Fortuin, P Vedder, Mitch van Geel, ...
Year 2014
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
Citations (WoS) 8
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64 Journal Article

Ethnic preferences in friendships and casual contacts between majority and minority children in the Netherlands

Authors J. Fortuin, P Vedder, Mitch van Geel, ...
Year 2014
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
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65 Journal Article

Weak ties, immigrant women and neoliberal states: Moving beyond the public/private binary

Authors M Walton-Roberts
Year 2008
Journal Name GEOFORUM
Citations (WoS) 6
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66 Journal Article

The inclusion of the non-European world in international society, 1870s-1920s: evidence from global networks

Authors ROBERT HOLTON
Year 2005
Journal Name GLOBAL NETWORKS-A JOURNAL OF TRANSNATIONAL AFFAIRS
Citations (WoS) 5
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67 Journal Article

Intercultural communication competence: Identifying key components from multicultural perspectives

Authors LA Arasaratnam, ML Doerfel
Year 2005
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
Citations (WoS) 79
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68 Journal Article

Contextual and individual factors associated with dental services utilisation by Brazilian adults: A multilevel analysis

Authors Fernando Jose Herkrath, Mario Vianna Vettore, Guilherme Loureiro Werneck
Year 2018
Journal Name PLOS ONE
Citations (WoS) 6
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69 Journal Article

Birds of a Feather, Or Friend of a Friend?: Using Exponential Random Graph Models to Investigate Adolescent Social Networks

Authors Steven M. Goodreau, James A. Kitts, Martina Morris
Year 2009
Journal Name DEMOGRAPHY
Citations (WoS) 253
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70 Journal Article

Sin Coyote Ni Patron: Why the "migrant network" fails to explain international migration

Authors F Krissman
Year 2005
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION REVIEW
Citations (WoS) 118
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71 Journal Article

Intercultural communication competence: Identifying key components from multicultural perspectives

Authors LA Arasaratnam, ML Doerfel
Year 2005
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
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72 Journal Article

'A knavish people': London Jewry and the stock market during the South Sea Bubble

Authors Ann M. Carlos, Karen Maguire, Larry Neal
Year 2008
Journal Name BUSINESS HISTORY
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73 Journal Article

The networked grassroots. How radicals outflanked reformists in the United States' immigrant rights movement

Authors Walter Nicholls, Justus Uitermark, Sander van Haperen
Year 2016
Journal Name JOURNAL OF ETHNIC AND MIGRATION STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 5
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74 Journal Article

ACE gene haplotypes and social networks: Using a biocultural framework to investigate blood pressure variation in African Americans

Authors Kia C. Fuller, Clarence C. Gravlee, Connie J. Mulligan, ...
Year 2018
Journal Name PLOS ONE
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75 Journal Article

The contribution of human migration to tourism: The VFR travel between the EU28 member states

Authors Davide Provenzano, Rodolfo Baggio
Year 2017
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF TOURISM RESEARCH
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76 Journal Article

The social importance of consumption for inclusion and exclusion among children in a multi-ethnic suburb of Oslo

Authors Mari Rysst
Year 2013
Journal Name NORDIC JOURNAL OF MIGRATION RESEARCH
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77 Journal Article

Friendship networks of the foreign students in schools of Barcelona: impact of class grouping on intercultural relationships

Authors Sheila Gonzalez Motos
Year 2016
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
Citations (WoS) 1
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78 Journal Article

Diversity and Performance: Networks of Cognition in Markets and Teams

Year 2016
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Contemporary organizations face three interrelated, but analytically distinguishable, challenges. First, they should be alert to mistakes that could be catastrophic. Second, they need to allocate attention, especially to correct past mistakes and to make accurate predictions about future developments. Third, they should be innovative, able to stand out from existing categories while being recognized as outstanding. This project investigates these cognitive challenges with the aim of developing a comprehensive sociological approach to study the social properties of cognition. Research on error detection, attention allocation, and recognizant innovation will be conducted in three distinct settings strategically chosen so the scale and complexity of the performance challenges increases across the cases. The research question that cuts across the socio-cognitive challenges asks whether and how diversity contributes to performance. 1) We first test whether social context, understood at the most basic level as the composition of a small collectivity, affects the cognitive activity of pricing. To do so, I use experimental market methods to test whether ethnic and gender diversity deflate price bubbles by disrupting herding behaviour. 2) The second study tests how the social structure of attention affects valuation. The activities involve error correction and accuracy of prediction in estimates by securities analysts; the method is two-mode network analysis; and the timing, intensity, and diversity of attention networks are the effects to be tested. 3) Whereas my first two tests examine relations among competitors, my third examines relations within and across collaborative teams. In studying the network properties of creativity, the challenge is recognizant innovation, the activity involves recording sessions in the field of music, the method is cultural network analysis, and the effects to be tested are the combined effects of stylistic diversity and social structure.
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Friendship networks of the foreign students in schools of Barcelona: impact of class grouping on intercultural relationships

Authors Sheila Gonzalez Motos
Year 2016
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
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80 Journal Article

Language learning as a site for belonging: a narrative analysis of Korean adoptee-returnees

Authors Christina Higgins, Kim Stoker
Year 2011
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BILINGUAL EDUCATION AND BILINGUALISM
Citations (WoS) 11
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81 Journal Article

FROM EDUCATION TO EMPLOYMENT. AN EVENT-HISTORY ANALYSIS OF SECOND-GENERATION IMMIGRANTS OF INDIAN AND PAKISTANI ORIGIN

Authors Gunn Elisabeth Birkelund, Elisabeth Ugreninov, Mats Lillehagen, ...
Year 2014
Journal Name TIDSSKRIFT FOR SAMFUNNSFORSKNING
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82 Journal Article

"Delete Your Account": The 2016 Presidential Race on Twitter

Authors Heather K. Evans, Kayla J. Brown, Tiffany Wimberly
Year 2018
Journal Name SOCIAL SCIENCE COMPUTER REVIEW
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83 Journal Article

"Delete Your Account": The 2016 Presidential Race on Twitter

Authors Heather K. Evans, Kayla J. Brown, Tiffany Wimberly
Year 2018
Journal Name SOCIAL SCIENCE COMPUTER REVIEW
Citations (WoS) 2
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84 Journal Article

TOWARDS A GIS ANALYSIS OF LITERARY CULTURES: THE MAKING OF THE SLOVENIAN ETHNOSCAPE THROUGH LITERATURE

Authors Marko Juvan, Joh Dokler
Year 2015
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMANITIES AND ARTS COMPUTING-A JOURNAL OF DIGITAL HUMANITIES
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85 Journal Article

Negative campaign in the Brazilian presidential race: an analysis of the attacks posted on Facebook by the main candidates

Authors Icaro Joathan
Year 2019
Journal Name CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL SCIENCE
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86 Journal Article

The Divergent Experiences of Children and Adults in the Relocation Process: Perspectives of Child and Parent Refugee Claimants in Montreal

Authors Gillian Morantz, Jody Heymann, Cecile Rousseau
Year 2012
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
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88 Journal Article

The Divergent Experiences of Children and Adults in the Relocation Process: Perspectives of Child and Parent Refugee Claimants in Montreal

Authors Gillian Morantz, Jody Heymann, Cecile Rousseau
Year 2012
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 10
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89 Journal Article

Tied Together: Adolescent Friendship Networks, Immigrant Status, and Health Outcomes

Authors Cassie McMillan
Year 2019
Journal Name DEMOGRAPHY
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90 Journal Article

The measure of success: Evidence for immigrant networks in the southern low countries, Saint-Omer 1413-1455

Authors M Sortor
Year 2005
Journal Name JOURNAL OF FAMILY HISTORY
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91 Journal Article

Community studies today: urban perspectives

Authors Graham Allan, C Phillipson
Year 2008
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIAL RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
Citations (WoS) 11
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92 Journal Article

Kinship, Ethnic Segregation and Multiculturalism in Singapore: A Relational Study

Authors Vincent Chua
Year 2009
Journal Name ASIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE
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94 Journal Article

Community studies today: urban perspectives

Authors Graham Allan, C Phillipson
Year 2008
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIAL RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
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95 Journal Article

Profiles of depressive symptoms among African Americans and Caribbean Blacks

Authors KD Lincoln, LM Chatters, James S. Jackson, ...
Year 2007
Journal Name SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
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96 Journal Article

Developing identity, sense of belonging and social networks among Japanese immigrants in Scotland and Spain

Authors Jordi Martinez-Callaghan, Marta Gil-Lacruz
Year 2017
Journal Name ASIAN AND PACIFIC MIGRATION JOURNAL
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97 Journal Article

The influence of role models on immigrant self-employment: a spatial analysis for Switzerland

Authors Giuliano Guerra, Roberto Patuelli
Year 2014
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANPOWER
Citations (WoS) 3
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98 Journal Article

Rethinking migration in the digital age: transglocalization and the Somali diaspora

Authors Saskia Kok, Richard Rogers
Year 2017
Journal Name GLOBAL NETWORKS-A JOURNAL OF TRANSNATIONAL AFFAIRS
Citations (WoS) 9
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99 Journal Article

Developing identity, sense of belonging and social networks among Japanese immigrants in Scotland and Spain

Authors Jordi Martinez-Callaghan, Marta Gil-Lacruz
Year 2017
Journal Name ASIAN AND PACIFIC MIGRATION JOURNAL
Citations (WoS) 3
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100 Journal Article
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