Nicholas Harrigan
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Influentials, novelty, and social contagion: The viral power of average friends, close communities, and old news
N Harrigan, P Achananuparp, EP Lim
Social Networks 34 (4), 470-480, 2012
Why does everybody hate me? Balance, status, and homophily: The triumvirate of signed tie formation
J Yap, N Harrigan
Social Networks 40, 103-122, 2015
Avoidance in negative ties: Inhibiting closure, reciprocity, and homophily
N Harrigan, J Yap
Social Networks 48, 126-141, 2017
Negative ties and signed graphs research: Stimulating research on dissociative forces in social networks.
NM Harrigan, GJ Labianca, F Agneessens
Social Networks 60, 1-10, 2020
Threat of deportation as proximal social determinant of mental health amongst migrant workers
NM Harrigan, CY Koh, A Amirrudin
Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 19 (3), 511-522, 2017
Political dimensions of corporate connections
M Bond, N Harrigan
The SAGE handbook of social network analysis, 196-209, 2011
The political mobilization of corporate directors: socio‐economic correlates of affiliation to European pressure groups
M Bond, S Glouharova, N Harrigan
The British Journal of Sociology 61 (2), 306-335, 2010
A comprehensive overview of social network measures for older adults: A systematic review
J Siette, C Pomare, L Dodds, M Jorgensen, N Harrigan, A Georgiou
Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics 97, 104525, 2021
Reflections on migrant and refugee health in Malaysia and the ASEAN region
NS Pocock, R Suphanchaimat, CK Chan, EM Faller, N Harrigan, V Pillai, ...
BMC Proceedings 12 (Suppl 4), 4, 2018
Vital yet vulnerable: mental and emotional health of South Asian migrant workers in Singapore
N Harrigan, CY Koh
Lien Centre for Social Innovation Social Insight Research Series, Singapore …, 2015
Labour Protection For The Vulnerable: An evaluation of the injury and salary claim system for migrant workers in Singapore
T Fillinger, N Harrigan, S Chok, A Amirrudin, P Meyer, M Rajah, ...
Motives of corporate political donations: industry regulation, subjective judgement and the origins of pragmatic and ideological corporations
NM Harrigan
The British Journal of Sociology, 2017
PNet for dummies: An introduction to estimating exponential random graph (p*) models with PNet
N Harrigan
Sex composition of corporate boards and corporate philanthropy
M Bond, N Harrigan, P Slaughter
Voluntary Sector Review 5 (3), 361-380, 2014
Low education predicts large increase in COVID-19 mortality: the role of collective culture and individual literacy
J Zhuo, N Harrigan
Public Health 221, 201-207, 2023
Dimensions of social networks: A taxonomy and operationalization
M Genkin, N Harrigan, R Kanagavel, J Yap
Social Networks 71, 12-31, 2022
Differential impact of directors’ social and financial capital on corporate interlock formation
N Harrigan, M Bond
Exponential Random Graph Models for Social Networks: Theory, Methods, and …, 2013
Exponential Random Graph (ERG) models and their application to the study of corporate elites
N Harrigan
Center for research methods in the social sciences, 2009
A Trans-Tasman business elite?
N Harrigan, S Goldfinch
Journal of Sociology 43 (4), 367-384, 2007
Scaled, citizen-led, and public qualitative research: A framework for citizen social science
A Amirrudin, N Harrigan, I Naqvi
Current Sociology 71 (6), 1019-1039, 2023
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