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Social media is a new public sphere where people can, in principle, communicate with each other regardless of their status. However, social categories like gender may still bias online communication, replicating offline disparities. Examining over 94,000 Twitter users, we investigate the association between perceived gender and measures of online(More)
Uncertainty in an organization’s environment can have profound implications for its internal structure and decision-making processes. Most sociological research looking at this phenomenon has focused on using self-reported measures—like member perceptions—when looking at environmental uncertainty. Analysis of the market, however, has often relied on(More)
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