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On the radio program, Brashears was not mentioned
	unfortunately.





On Jun 26, 2006, at 10:32 PM, Ronald Breiger wrote:

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> For the record, the article on "Social Isolation in America" in the  
> June 2006 American Sociological Review (full text here),
>
> http://www.asanet.org/galleries/default-file/June06ASRFeature.pdf
>
> lists three authors:
>
> Miller McPherson of (as of press time) the U of Arizona and Duke U;
> Lynn Smith-Lovin of Duke U; and
> Matthew E. Brashears of the U of Arizona.
>
> Matt Brashears is a PhD candidate in Sociology who has won graduate  
> student paper awards from the Pacific Sociological Association and  
> from the ASA Social Psychology Section.  His dissertation shines a  
> light on reciprocal effects of attitudinal similarity and network  
> formation.
>
> On 6/25/06, Stanley Wasserman <[log in to unmask] > wrote:
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>> There was a very nice report on NPR, the Saturday edition of
>>         All Things Considered on June 24th, featuring Lynn Smith- 
>> Lovin
>>         (a good  5+ minute segment) talking about her paper with  
>> Miller
>>         McPherson ...
>>                 http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php? 
>> storyId=5509381

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