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These distinctions are from papers by Roger Gould and Roberto Fernandez:
FERNANDEZ RM, GOULD RV
A DILEMMA OF STATE POWER - BROKERAGE AND INFLUENCE IN THE
NATIONAL-HEALTH POLICY DOMAIN
AM J SOCIOL 99 (6): 1455-1491 MAY 1994
TI: Structures of Mediation: A Formal Approach to Brokerage in
AU: Gould, Roger V; Fernandez, Roberto M
SO: Sociological Methodology, 1989, 19, 89-126
Ezra W. Zuckerman
MIT Sloan School of Management
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*Subject: roles and motivation
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*I have two questions for you all:
*I noticed that with regard to roles in a network UCINET makes the
*distiction: coordinator, consultant, gatekeeper representative and
*Although I see a match between those roles and the roles suggested by
*Allen (1977) and more resent Stephenson (1989), I am looking in the
*literature for an article or othewr publication that validates the
*particular use of the distinction made by UCINET.
*Q1: Does anyone know of such an article and if so would he or she be so
*to mail me the details on that work.
*Q2: Has there been any research on the link between motivation
*and extrinsic) and the role one fulfills within a social network.
*Thank you for your help!
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