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Volumen 21 (2020): Edición 1 (January 2020)

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1529-1227
Publicado por primera vez
31 Jan 2000
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1 tiempo por año
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Reaching for Unique Resources: Structural Holes and Specialization in Scientific Collaboration Networks

Publicado en línea: 30 Jul 2020
Páginas: 1 - 34

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Abstract

On some fundamental level, we can think of scholars as actors possessing, or controlling, various types of resources. Collaboration in science is understood here as a process of pooling and exchanging such resources. We show how diversity of resources engaged in scientific collaboration is related to the structure of collaboration networks. We demonstrate that scholars within their personal networks simultaneously (1) diversify resources in collaboration ties surrounded by structural holes and (2) specialize resources in collaboration ties embedded in dense collaboration groups. These complementary mechanisms decrease individual efforts required to maintain effective collaborations in complex social settings. To this end, we develop a concept of “pairwise redundancy” capturing structural redundancy of ego’s neighbors vis-à-vis each other.

Palabras clave

  • Collaboration networks
  • Structural holes
  • Specialization
  • Sociology of science
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Comment on Geodesic Cycle Length Distributions in Delusional and Other Social Networks

Publicado en línea: 01 Oct 2020
Páginas: 77 - 93

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2 Artículos
Acceso abierto

Reaching for Unique Resources: Structural Holes and Specialization in Scientific Collaboration Networks

Publicado en línea: 30 Jul 2020
Páginas: 1 - 34

Resumen

Abstract

On some fundamental level, we can think of scholars as actors possessing, or controlling, various types of resources. Collaboration in science is understood here as a process of pooling and exchanging such resources. We show how diversity of resources engaged in scientific collaboration is related to the structure of collaboration networks. We demonstrate that scholars within their personal networks simultaneously (1) diversify resources in collaboration ties surrounded by structural holes and (2) specialize resources in collaboration ties embedded in dense collaboration groups. These complementary mechanisms decrease individual efforts required to maintain effective collaborations in complex social settings. To this end, we develop a concept of “pairwise redundancy” capturing structural redundancy of ego’s neighbors vis-à-vis each other.

Palabras clave

  • Collaboration networks
  • Structural holes
  • Specialization
  • Sociology of science
Acceso abierto

Comment on Geodesic Cycle Length Distributions in Delusional and Other Social Networks

Publicado en línea: 01 Oct 2020
Páginas: 77 - 93

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