Centrality in affiliation networks

@article{Faust1997CentralityIA,
  title={Centrality in affiliation networks},
  author={K. Faust},
  journal={Social Networks},
  year={1997},
  volume={19},
  pages={157-191}
}
  • K. Faust
  • Published 1997
  • Psychology
  • Social Networks
  • This paper discusses the conceptualization, measurement, and interpretation of centrality in affiliation networks. Although centrality is a well-studied topic in social network analysis, and is one of the most widely used properties for studying affiliation networks, virtually all discussions of centrality and centralization have concerned themselves with one-mode networks. Bonacich's work on simultaneous group and individual centralities is a notable exception (Social Networks, 1991, 13, 155… CONTINUE READING
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