8 edition of The social embeddedness of media use found in the catalog.
The social embeddedness of media use
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Henk Westerik.|
|Series||Communications monograph -- 6|
|LC Classifications||HQ520 .W47 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009014644|
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In three empirical studies, the role of short-term situations and the. Embeddedness, in social science, the dependence of a phenomenon—be it a sphere of activity such as the economy or the market, a set of relationships, an organization, or an individual—on its environment, which may be defined alternatively in institutional, social, cognitive, or cultural short, analyses using the concept of embeddedness focus on the different conditions within.
Social embeddedness. While most social network theories (Kilduff and Brass, ) focus on analysing the number and density of ties, social embeddedness focuses more on the strength and nature of The social embeddedness of media use book, and on the overlap of economic and non-economic ties in particular.
Tie strength is a function of time, intimacy, emotional intensity, and Cited by: 1. 1. Introduction. Since the late s, the concept of social embeddedness put forward by Mark Granovetter () has become increasingly important in the literature.
According to the concept, economic life, in particular the decisions and actions of economic entities, are affected by the social networks in which these entities operate. The increase in social media use over the last decade has, of course, come together with a large increase in the amount of time that people spend online.
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This paper concerns the extent to which economic action is embedded in structures of social relations, in modern industrial society. Although the usual neoclasical accounts provide an "undersocialized" or atomized-actor explanation of such action, reformist economists who attempt to.
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