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2010-03-04 (14) - Turning Archival data into 2-mode...

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Unformatted text preview: Turning Archival data into 2-mode networks H1: Status Ego Ego Nomination Ego Status as centrality on directed movie credit listings AP RD RDN DK in = 3, out = 0 in = 2, out = 1 in = 1, out = 2 in = 0, out = 3 RD Turning Archival data into 2-mode networks H2: Status Alters Ego Nomination Ego Network composition, Alters previous nominations AP RDN DK How to Get an Oscar Nomination H1 Status  Actors higher on credit centrality were significantly more likely to be Oscar nominated (even net of all other factors) H2 Spillovers  Actors with previously nominated collaborators (actors, directors and writers) were significantly more likely (than those without) to be Oscar nominated (even net of all other Complete IMDB Time-Slice Networks Source: Ahmed et al (2007) Why Centrality Matters (Evoking Metaphors) 1. Central actors are likely to be able to disseminate information more quickly to the rest of a population 2. Central actors are likely more highly esteemed by their peers 3. Central actors are likely to be more at risk of contracting an infection spreading through a population Metaphors A. Pipes Networks provide potential pathways through which various...
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