Network models for social selection processes

@article{Robins2001NetworkMF,
  title={Network models for social selection processes},
  author={Garry Robins and Peter Elliott and Philippa Pattison},
  journal={Social Networks},
  year={2001},
  volume={23},
  pages={1-30}
}
Abstract We present network models for social selection processes, based on the p∗ class of models. Social selection occurs when individuals form social relationships on the basis of certain characteristics they possess. Similarity is a common hypothesis for selection processes, but one that is usually framed dyadically. Structural balance approaches move beyond dyadic conceptualizations and require more sophisticated modeling. The two-block chain graph approach of p∗ social influence models is… CONTINUE READING

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