Matthew E. Brashears
Matthew E. Brashears
Associate Professor of Sociology, University of South Carolina
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Social Isolation in America: Changes in Core Discussion Networks over Two Decades (vol 71, pg 353, 2006)
M McPherson, L Smith-Lovin, ME Brashears
American Sociological Review 73 (6), 1022-1022, 2008
2084*2008
Social Isolation in America: Changes in Core Discussion Networks over Two Decades
M McPherson, L Smith-Lovin, ME Brashears
American Sociological Review 73 (6), 1022-1022, 2008
20842008
Social isolation in America: Changes in core discussion networks over two decades
M McPherson, L Smith-Lovin, ME Brashears
American Sociological Review 71 (3), 353-375, 2006
20672006
Models and marginals: Using survey evidence to study social networks
M McPherson, L Smith-Lovin, ME Brashears
American Sociological Review 74 (4), 670-681, 2009
1052009
Small networks and high isolation? A reexamination of American discussion networks
ME Brashears
Social Networks 33 (4), 331-341, 2011
892011
Gender and homophily: Differences in male and female association in Blau space
ME Brashears
Social Science Research 37 (2), 400-415, 2008
792008
Humans use Compression Heuristics to Improve the Recall of Social Networks
ME Brashears
Scientific Reports 3, 2013
742013
The microstructures of network recall: How social networks are encoded and represented in human memory
ME Brashears, E Quintane
Social Networks 41, 113-126, 2015
502015
Anomia and the sacred canopy: Testing a network theory
ME Brashears
Social networks 32 (3), 187-196, 2010
492010
Sex and network recall accuracy
ME Brashears, E Hoagland, E Quintane
Social Networks 44, 74-84, 2016
352016
Sex, Society, and Association: A Cross-national Examination of Status Construction Theory
ME Brashears
Social Psychology Quarterly 71 (1), 72-85, 2008
302008
The weakness of tie strength
ME Brashears, E Quintane
Social Networks 55, 104-115, 2018
262018
A Member Saved Is a Member Earned? The Recruitment-Retention Trade-Off and Organizational Strategies for Membership Growth
Y Shi, FA Dokshin, M Genkin, ME Brashears
American Sociological Review 82 (2), 407-434, 2017
262017
The ties that bind are fraying
M McPherson, L Smith-Lovin, M Brashears
Contexts 7 (3), 32, 2008
212008
" Trivial" Topics and Rich Ties: The Relationship Between Discussion Topic, Alter Role, and Resource Availability Using the" Important Matters" Name Generator
ME Brashears
Sociological Science 1, 493, 2014
202014
Are we all equally at home socializing online? Cyberasociality and evidence for an unequal distribution of disdain for digitally-mediated sociality
Z Tufekci, ME Brashears
Information, Communication & Society 17 (4), 486-502, 2014
162014
The Enemy of My Friend Is Easy to Remember: Balance as a Compression Heuristic
ME Brashears, LA Brashears
Advances in Group Processes (Advances in Group Processes, Volume 33) Emerald …, 2016
152016
Error correction mechanisms in social networks can reduce accuracy and encourage innovation
ME Brashears, E Gladstone
Social Networks 44, 22-35, 2016
142016
In the Organization’s Shadow: How Individual Behavior Is Shaped by Organizational Leakage
ME Brashears, M Genkin, CS Suh
American Journal of Sociology 123 (3), 787-849, 2017
112017
Negligible Connections? The Role of Familiar Others in the Diffusion of Smoking among Adolescents
CS Suh, Y Shi, ME Brashears
Social Forces 96 (1), 423-448, 2017
102017
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