Cultural Correlates of Ego-network Closure

@inproceedings{Lizardo2011CulturalCO,
  title={Cultural Correlates of Ego-network Closure},
  author={Omar Lizardo},
  year={2011}
}
In this paper, the author extends and further develops research and theory on the relationship between cultural taste and social networks by examining the effects of strength of preference in different cultural domains on the relative closure of personal networks. The results show that as the number of strong preferences held by an individual increases, so do the chances that any two of his or her personal discussion network are connected to one another. In contrast, holding a larger number of… CONTINUE READING

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