• Publications
  • Influence
Race, School Integration, and Friendship Segregation in America1
  • J. Moody
  • Psychology
  • American Journal of Sociology
  • 1 November 2001
Integrated schools may still be substantively segregated if friendships fall within race. Drawing on contact theory, this study tests whether school organization affects friendship segregation in aExpand
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The Structure of a Social Science Collaboration Network: Disciplinary Cohesion from 1963 to 1999
  • J. Moody
  • Sociology, Environmental Science
  • 1 April 2004
Has sociology become more socially integrated over the last 30 years? Recent work in the sociology of knowledge demonstrates a direct linkage between social interaction patterns and the structure ofExpand
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Structural cohesion and embeddedness: A hierarchical concept of social groups
While questions about social cohesion lie at the core of our discipline, no clear definition of cohesion exists. We present a definition of structural cohesion based on network connectivity thatExpand
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Concurrent partnerships and HIV prevalence disparities by race: linking science and public health practice.
Concurrent sexual partnerships may help to explain the disproportionately high prevalence of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections among African Americans. The persistence of such disparitiesExpand
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Family Matters: Gender, Networks, and Entrepreneurial Outcomes
In this article, we explore severalfactors that may have an effect on business start-ups, focusing on possible gender differences. We conceptualize social capital as inhering in people's relationsExpand
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Peers and the Emergence of Alcohol Use: Influence and Selection Processes in Adolescent Friendship Networks.
This study addresses not only influence and selection of friends as sources of similarity in alcohol use, but also peer processes leading drinkers to be chosen as friends more often thanExpand
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Dynamic Network Visualization1
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We present dynamic network visualizations, or network movies, where nodes move as a function of changes in relations. Expand
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Peer influence groups: identifying dense clusters in large networks
  • J. Moody
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • Soc. Networks
  • 1 October 2001
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Sociologists have seen a dramatic increase in the size and availability of social network data. Expand
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Human Resource Management and Organizational Performance
The idea of a transformed or high-performance work system has attracted considerable attention in the United States as an alternative to traditional, mass-production forms of work organization. ThisExpand
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Network Ecology and Adolescent Social Structure
Adolescent societies—whether arising from weak, short-term classroom friendships or from close, long-term friendships—exhibit various levels of network clustering, segregation, and hierarchy. SomeExpand
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