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Hi Mark,
Perhaps this work on how peers use their personal relationships to exercise
influence / put pressure on each other could be of interest. The dataset is
available upon request.
Best regards.
Emmanuel

Lazega, E. and Krackhardt, David (2000), « Spreading and Shifting Costs of
Lateral Control in a Law Partnership : A Structural Analysis at the
Individual Level », *Quality and Quantity*, 34:153-175.

Lazega, E. (2000), « Rule enforcement among peers: A lateral control
regime », *Organisation Studies*, 21:193-214.

Lazega, E. et Lebeaux, Marie-Odile (1995), « Capital social et contrainte
latérale », *Revue Française de Sociologie*, 36:759-777.

Lazega, E. et Vari, Stéphane (1992), « Acteurs, cibles et leviers: Analyse
factorielle des relations de contrôle indirect dans une firme américaine
d’avocats d’affaires », *Bulletin de Méthodologie Sociologique*, 37:41-51.



Le mardi 28 février 2017, Gondal, Neha <[log in to unmask]> a écrit :

> Dear Mark,
>
> Not sure if it will be helpful but I have a theoretical, simulation-based
> paper on the circumstances under which influence will spread at widely
> divergent rates across networks characterized by homophily.
>
> Gondal, Neha. 2015. “Inequality Preservation through Uneven Diffusion of
> Cultural Materials across Stratified Groups.” *Social Forces *93, 3:
> 1109-1137.
>
> Best,
> Neha
> ----------------------------------------
> Neha Gondal
> Assistant Professor
> Department of Sociology
> Boston University
>
>
>
> On Feb 28, 2017, at 12:39 PM, Lubell, Mark <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
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> Dear SOCNETTERS:
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> I’m looking for papers, either empirical or theoretical, that examine how
> social influence via networks might be constrained by situational factors.
> For example, your peers will not influence you to bike to work if you live
> 100 miles away from your workplace. Any hints welcome!
>
> Thanks, Mark
>
> Mark Lubell
> Professor
> Department of Environmental Science and Policy
> UC Davis
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> licy.ucdavis.edu/
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