Structural diversity in social contagion

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Volume 109, Issue 16, 2012, Pages 5962-5966.

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Abstract:

The concept of contagion has steadily expanded from its original grounding in epidemic disease to describe a vast array of processes that spread across networks, notably social phenomena such as fads, political opinions, the adoption of new technologies, and financial decisions. Traditional models of social contagion have been based on ph...More

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