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Beyond dyadic interdependence: Actor-oriented models for co-evolving social networks and individual behaviors

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Actor-oriented models are described as a longitudinal strategy for examining the co-evolution of social networks and individual behaviors. We argue that these models provide advantages over conventional approaches due to their ability to account for inherent dependencies between individuals embedded in a social network (i.e., reciprocity, transitivity) and model interdependencies between network and behavioral dynamics. We provide a brief explanation of actor-oriented processes, followed by a...

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10.1177/0165025407077762

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Statistics
Journal:
International Journal of Behavioral Development
Volume:
31
Issue:
4
Pages:
397-404
Publication date:
2007-07-05
DOI:
EISSN:
1464-0651
ISSN:
0165-0254
URN:
uuid:21fb3c71-8bfd-4794-869f-eb0782d25e18
Source identifiers:
97856
Local pid:
pubs:97856

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