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The diversity–innovation paradox in science
B Hofstra, VV Kulkarni, S Munoz-Najar Galvez, B He, D Jurafsky, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (17), 9284-9291, 2020
8312020
Sources of Segregation in Social Networks: A Novel Approach Using Facebook
B Hofstra, R Corten, F van Tubergen, NB Ellison
American Sociological Review, 625-656, 2017
1692017
Understanding the privacy behavior of adolescents on Facebook: The role of peers, popularity and trust
B Hofstra, R Corten, F Van Tubergen
Computers in Human Behavior 60, 611-621, 2016
782016
Does unemployment lead to isolation? The consequences of unemployment for social networks
JJ Rözer, B Hofstra, ME Brashears, B Volker
Social Networks 63, 100-111, 2020
522020
Gendered knowledge in fields and academic careers
L Kim, DS Smith, B Hofstra, DA McFarland
Research Policy 51 (1), 104411, 2022
392022
Predicting ethnicity with first names in online social media networks
B Hofstra, NC de Schipper
Big Data & Society 5 (1), 2053951718761141, 2018
352018
Who was first on Facebook? Determinants of early adoption among adolescents
B Hofstra, R Corten, F Van Tubergen
new media & society 18 (10), 2340-2358, 2016
312016
Learning in social networks: Selecting profitable choices among alternatives of uncertain profitability in various networks
B Hofstra, R Corten, V Buskens
Social Networks 43, 100-112, 2015
272015
Beyond the core: who has larger social networks?
B Hofstra, R Corten, F van Tubergen
Social Forces 99 (3), 1274-1305, 2021
202021
Diversifying the professoriate
B Hofstra, DA McFarland, S Smith, D Jurgens
Socius 8, 23780231221085118, 2022
142022
De werking van sociaal kapitaal in het statusverwervingsproces in Nederland
W Quite, B Hofstra, A Knigge, N de Schipper
Mens en Maatschappij 88 (4), 400-425, 2013
122013
Toward curation and personality-driven social networks
JB Bayer, B Hofstra
Nature Human Behaviour 4 (2), 123-125, 2020
72020
Dutch Facebook survey: Wave 1
B Hofstra, R Corten, F Van Tubergen
Utrecht University, Department of Sociol-ogy/ICS, 2015
6*2015
Online Social Networks: Essays on Membership, Privacy, and Structure
B Hofstra
Utrecht University, 2017
42017
Interethnic weak ties online and out-group attitudes among Dutch ethnic majority adolescents
B Hofstra
European Societies 24 (4), 463-492, 2022
22022
Size and ethnic homogeneity of extended social networks in the Netherlands: Differences between migrant groups and migrant generations
T Jeroense, B Hofstra, N Spierings, J Tolsma
International Migration, 2024
12024
A matter of time? Gender and ethnic inequality in the academic publishing careers of Dutch PhDs
AM Mulders, B Hofstra, J Tolsma
Quantitative Science Studies, 1-29, 2024
2024
Gender bias is more exaggerated in online images than in text
B Hofstra, AM Mulders
Nature, 2024
2024
Computational Social Science and Rational Choice
R Corten, Y Sato, B Hofstra, H Takikawa, K Misumi
XX ISA World Congress of Sociology (June 25-July 1, 2023), 2023
2023
Van techtopia naar sociologische vooruitgang: De digitalisering van de samenleving
B Hofstra
Amsterdam: Uitgeverij Van Gennep, 2022
2022
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