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Previous research describes social structure in which employees are embedded as one of the important determinants of intra-organizational career expectations. There are two contradictory arguments in the literature, however. First, social closure of informal relations is supposed to strengthen the intentions of staying. Second, the efficiency and effectivity of the individual social network is assumed to enhance in-house career expectations. This empirical study analyzed data from 44 R&D teams in the Netherlands. Multilevel analysis was used to separate individual and team influences. Results show that the prospects to stay in the R&D team are determined positively by social closure, whereas the expectation to stay in the organization is determined positively by the efficiency and effectivity of individual social networks. The conclusions highlight that different forms of social capital might be important for different types of career perspectives.

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De, P., Cox, J., Boivin, J. F. és mtsai: The importance of social networks in their association to drug equipment sharing among injection drug users: a review. Addiction, 2007, 102 , 1730–1739. Boivin J

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an exotic location. Psychedelic tourism and the international spreading of ayahuasca strongly benefit from the Internet. Social networks play a significant role in the reinvention of ayahuasca culture and it is spreading into new contexts

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Annica Kessling
,
Lasse David Schmidt
,
Matthias Brand
, and
Elisa Wegmann

problematic usage of the internet exist that need public health considerations ( Fineberg et al., 2022 ). One of the potential types of specific Internet-use disorders may be problematic social network use (PSNU), which manifests as strong desires to use

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Introduction Online communication applications and online social networks such as instant messenger services, social networking sites, and (micro-) blogs allow users to be connected, to communicate, and to share information, pictures, and videos

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social network analysis and graph theory for human overview. We examine possibilities to render the time consuming process of researching and evaluating of scientific literature more efficient and traceable. Misjudgments resulting from subjective

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Dunbar, R. I. M. and Spoors, M. (1995): Social networks, support cliques and kinship. Human Nature , 6, 273-290. Social networks, support cliques and kinship. Human Nature

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Social network analysis (SNA) is a methodology designed to systematically examine the pattern of a social network, which is represented by nodes tied by various types of relations ( Marin & Wellman, 2014 ; Wasserman & Faust, 1994 ). Since the

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insight into knowledge evolution was recognized. Critical literature review followed with social network analysis (SNA) was proven to be a valuable methodological tool for determining the prevalence of the themes, the impact of individual papers and

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BarNir, A. - Smith, K.A. (2002): Interfirm Alliances in the Small Business: The Role of Social Networks. Journal of Small Business Management , 40(3): 219–232. Smith K.A. Interfirm

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