The ripple effect of personality on social structure: self-monitoring origins of network brokerage.

@article{Oh2008TheRE,
  title={The ripple effect of personality on social structure: self-monitoring origins of network brokerage.},
  author={Hongseok Oh and Martin Kilduff},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={2008},
  volume={93 5},
  pages={1155-64}
}
Despite growing interest in social network brokerage, its psychological antecedents have been neglected. One possibility is that brokerage relates to self-monitoring personality orientation. High self-monitors, relative to low self-monitors, in adapting their self-presentations to the demands of different groups, may occupy positions as brokers between disconnected social worlds. For 162 Korean expatriate entrepreneurs in a Canadian urban area, the results showed that those high in self… CONTINUE READING

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