Networks, space, and residents' perception of cohesion.

@article{Boessen2014NetworksSA,
  title={Networks, space, and residents' perception of cohesion.},
  author={Adam Boessen and John R. Hipp and Emily J. Smith and Carter T. Butts and Nicholas N. Nagle and Zack W. Almquist},
  journal={American journal of community psychology},
  year={2014},
  volume={53 3-4},
  pages={447-61}
}
Community scholars increasingly focus on the linkage between residents' sense of cohesion with the neighborhood and their own social networks in the neighborhood. A challenge is that whereas some research only focuses on residents' social ties with fellow neighbors, such an approach misses out on the larger constellation of individuals' relationships and the spatial distribution of those relationships. Using data from the Twin Communities Network Study, the current project is one of the first… CONTINUE READING

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