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Networks containing negative ties
Martin G. Everett, Stephen P. Borgatti
Social Networks 38 (2014) 111–120

Amit Rechavi, Ph.D
Network Research

http://amitre.wix.com/amitrechavi



2015-09-24 22:00 GMT+03:00 Joe Labianca <[log in to unmask]>:

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> the LinkedIn group dedicated to Negative Ties in Networks:
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> There is also an ongoing track at the Sunbelt conference on negative ties
> and signed graphs -- feel free to join us at the next conference.
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> Joe
>
> On Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 12:09 PM, Kamal Badar <[log in to unmask]>
> wrote:
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>> Dear All,
>>
>> Literature on work place gossip talks about network ties and their
>> relation to positive/negative work place gossip (e.g. Ellwardt, Steglich &
>> Wittek, 2012; Ellwardt, Labianca & Witteka, 2012 ; Grosser, Lopez-Kidwell &
>> Labianca, 2010). Mostly studies consider the association of multiplex
>> network ties of positive valance (e.g. friendship-instrumental ties) with
>> positive/negative gossip or ties solely of positive valance and their
>> association with positive/negative gossip.
>>
>> The literature is surprisingly silent when it comes to negative ties
>> (e.g. dislike) and ambivalent multiplex ties (e.g. friendship-hindrance)
>> and their relation to positive/negative gossip. Even recommendations for
>> future research in many research studies is silent.
>>
>> What might be the reason? Or is there actually some research available?
>> Is is REALLY an avenue to explore or am I thinking in the wrong direction?
>>
>> Regards
>>
>> --
>>
>> Dr. Kamal Badar
>> Assistant Professor (TTS)
>> HEC Approved Ph.D. Supervisor
>> Institute of Management Sciences
>> University of Balochistan
>> Quetta, Pakistan.
>> http://sc.hec.gov.pk/aphds/Submit.asp?supid=6913
>>
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