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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
1072012
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
752015
Avoidance in negative ties: Inhibiting closure, reciprocity, and homophily
N Harrigan, J Yap
Social Networks 48, 126-141, 2017
572017
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
352020
Political dimensions of corporate connections
M Bond, N Harrigan
The SAGE handbook of social network analysis, 196-210, 2011
262011
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
232010
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
212017
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
152018
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
152015
PNet for dummies: An introduction to estimating exponential random graph (p*) models with PNet
N Harrigan
112007
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, ...
8*2017
Sex composition of corporate boards and corporate philanthropy
M Bond, N Harrigan, P Slaughter
Voluntary Sector Review 5 (3), 361-380, 2014
72014
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
72009
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
62017
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
62013
A Trans-Tasman business elite?
N Harrigan, S Goldfinch
Journal of Sociology 43 (4), 367-384, 2007
62007
The effects of intercorporate networks on corporate social and political behaviour
M Bond, S Glouharova, N Harrigan
62006
The ‘Australian Settlement’in the Countryside: Small farmers and the rise of statutory marketing in Australia.
N Harrigan
Refereed paper presented to the Australiasian Political Studies Association …, 2004
52004
Scaled, citizen-led, and public qualitative research: A framework for citizen social science
A Amirrudin, N Harrigan, I Naqvi
Current Sociology, 00113921211056057, 2021
22021
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
22021
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