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|Título:||Exponential random graph models of preschool affiliative networks|
|Autor:||Daniel, João Rodrigo|
Santos, António José
Peceguina, Maria Inês Duarte
Vaughn, Brian E.
|Citação:||Social Networks, 35 (1), 25-30|
|Resumo:||Exponential random graph models were used to assess the relevance of reciprocity, popularity, transitivity controlling for effects based upon ego and alter sex, and sex homophily, on the formation of affiliative ties in 19 Portuguese preschool peer groups. The number of times two children were recorded as nearest neighbors in focal samples was used as an indicator of the relationship's strength. Independent parameter estimates of the different models (one for each group) were summarized, separately for the three age groups (“3-year-olds”, “4-year-olds” and “5-year-olds”) using a multi-level approach to meta-analysis. Results showed that affiliative ties between children were sex segregated, highly reciprocal, more likely to be directed to a restricted number of children and with a tendency to create transitive triads. The structural processes underlying the formation of affiliative ties were quite stable between classrooms.|
|Aparece nas colecções:||PEDU - Artigos em revistas internacionais|
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