Can social contagion spread without key players?

BESC, pp. 1-6, 2016.

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Contagion models have been used to study the spread of social behavior among agents of a population, such as information diffusion, social influence, and participation to collective action (e.g., protests). Key players, which are typically high-degree, -k-core or -centrality agents in a networked population, are considered important for s...More

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