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Neighborhood Matters: Influence Maximization in Social Networks with Limited Access

Chen Feng, Luoyi Fu, Bo Jiang, Haisong Zhang, Xinbing Wang, Feilong Tang, Guihai Chen
2020 IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering  
of social networks.  ...  Influence maximization (IM) aims at maximizing the spread of influence by offering discounts to influential users (called seeding).  ...  CONCLUSION AND FUTURE WORK This paper studies the influence maximization problem with limited initially accessible users.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tkde.2020.3015387 fatcat:r32zeklnc5achm55el42tfvqry

Does neighborhood matter? Spatial proximity and farmers' technical efficiency

Wondmagegn Tirkaso, Atakelty Hailu
2022 Agricultural Economics  
This article examines the effects of neighborhood on the farmer's technical efficiency (TE) level, adopting a stochastic frontier and spatial Durbin regression models.  ...  We further find that there is a positive and statistically significant spatial interdependence in TE levels between farms in neighboring communities.  ...  However, this approach is limited in dealing with the potential endogeneity problem in Equation (1).  ... 
doi:10.1111/agec.12702 fatcat:w6w4ue2u6fd6tmmctph7aflbiy

Planning Walkable Neighborhoods

Lisa Stafford, Claudia Baldwin
2017 Journal of planning literature  
Our study addresses this through a critical review of the literature, highlighting existing research practices, known person-environment influences on walkability, and limitations within current knowledge  ...  This article demonstrates a need for more inclusion of human diversity in walkable neighbourhoods research to better inform policy, planning and design interventions that are spatially and socially just  ...  , neighborhood safety, and neighborhood satisfaction (Saelens et al. 2003) .  ... 
doi:10.1177/0885412217704649 fatcat:57o3hm2f5nba7esa33undww63q

Perceived Housing Discrimination and Self-Reported Health: How Do Neighborhood Features Matter?

Tse-Chuan Yang, Danhong Chen, Kiwoong Park
2016 Annals of Behavioral Medicine  
Second, the negative association between discrimination and self-reported health was enhanced when individuals with discrimination experience lived in neighborhoods with higher housing values (β= 0.42)  ...  Purpose-We situate discrimination in the housing context and use relative deprivation and social capital perspectives to fill the knowledge gap.  ...  Author manuscript; available in PMC 2017 December 01.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12160-016-9802-z pmid:27306452 pmcid:PMC5127720 fatcat:4wgdvkgxunfxxdn2lledwzd5xq

Does the Neighborhood Landscape Matter? Department of Landscape Architecture and Planning, University of California, Berkeley, October 19-22, 2000

W. C. Sullivan
2001 Landscape Journal  
"Bridging ties at the neighborhood level." Social Networks 4:367-384. Hester, R.T. 1975. Neighborhood Space. Dowden, Hutchinson & Ross, Stroudsberg, PA. Kuo, F.E. 2001.  ...  (e.g., back alley, dead-end, abandoned orchard), offer refuges (spaces with some sense of visual overhead), and afford ready access to a healthy social environment.  ... 
doi:10.3368/lj.20.2.198 fatcat:jjd454tgxnazzfydjvqcystllq

The neighborhoods they live in: The effects of neighborhood residence on child and adolescent outcomes

Tama Leventhal, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn
2000 Psychological bulletin  
The third section identifies 3 pathways (institutional resources, relationships, and norms/collective efficacy) through which neighborhoods might influence development, and which represent an extension  ...  Implications for an emerging developmental framework for research on neighborhoods are discussed.  ...  access to neighborhood influences, particularly peers.  ... 
doi:10.1037//0033-2909.126.2.309 fatcat:hjivbujupfhzbhxysr46y2oq6e

The neighborhoods they live in: The effects of neighborhood residence on child and adolescent outcomes

Tama Leventhal, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn
2000 Psychological bulletin  
The third section identifies 3 pathways (institutional resources, relationships, and norms/collective efficacy) through which neighborhoods might influence development, and which represent an extension  ...  Implications for an emerging developmental framework for research on neighborhoods are discussed.  ...  access to neighborhood influences, particularly peers.  ... 
doi:10.1037/0033-2909.126.2.309 pmid:10748645 fatcat:smbuymfizndvtbmncnqxs7zwyu

Governing the Neighborhood with Confucian Ideas

Wai-Hang Yee, Weijie Wang, Terry L Cooper
2018 Chinese Public Administration Review  
Based on in-depth interviews with 27 homeowner association (HOA) organizers from 16 neighborhoods in Beijing, we found evidence suggesting that their governing behaviors were informed by traditional Confucian  ...  Does Confucianism, a widely shared set of traditional ideas, inform Chinese homeowners in governing their neighborhoods?  ...  The successful governing of the neighborhood depends on whether structural characteristics of the embedded social networks are conducive to some collective efforts required in neighborhood governance.  ... 
doi:10.22140/cpar.v9i2.159 fatcat:fmnefewrsbevtmyaptw3ouluhu

Racialized Structural Vulnerability: Neighborhood Racial Composition, Concentrated Disadvantage, and Fine Particulate Matter in California

Raoul S. Liévanos
2019 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
and Latinx composition; extrinsic and intrinsic vulnerability; and PM2.5 exposures in California with secondary data from 2004–2014.  ...  Principal component analyses revealed that tract Latinx composition was highly correlated with extrinsic vulnerability (economic disadvantage and limited English-speaking ability), and that tract Black  ...  However, in the present study, a varimax rotation was used instead, which limited the extent of variables with high factor loadings, maximized the percent of variation between the factors, and ultimately  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph16173196 pmid:31480556 pmcid:PMC6747230 fatcat:6uuu7axoxfdq5ootkvtzcdfw7i

Job Information Networks, Neighborhood Effects, and Inequality

Yannis M Ioannides, Linda Datcher Loury
2004 Journal of Economic Literature  
The paper pays special attention to such issues as physical and social proximity and sharing of information and discusses them in the context of the recent social interactions and neighborhood effects  ...  JOB INFORMATION NETWORKS, NEIGHBORHOOD EFFECTS AND INEQUALITY Yannis M.  ...  unique limit network.  ... 
doi:10.1257/0022051043004595 fatcat:6iyb5jfe3ve2vdux7xxsq7fara

Neighborhood Urban Form, Social Environment, and Depression

Rebecca Miles, Christopher Coutts, Asal Mohamadi
2011 Journal of urban health  
We examined whether neighborhood urban form, along with the social environment, was associated with depressive symptoms in a sample of Miami residents.  ...  Using a validated measure of depressive symptoms, we found that living in neighborhoods with higher housing density was associated with fewer symptoms.  ...  Neighborhood features that influence the ease with which people can stroll, walk, or cycle in neighborhoods-housing density, land-use diversity, connected street networks, availability of public transportation  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11524-011-9621-2 pmid:22038283 pmcid:PMC3284588 fatcat:blybyigdazh75nuxys3pnclcta

Subjective Constructions of Neighborhood Boundaries: Lessons from a Qualitative Study of Four Neighborhoods

Elizabeth Campbell, Julia R. Henly, Delbert S. Elliott, Katherine Irwin
2009 Journal of Urban Affairs  
Neighborhood has long been recognized as a defining social context of American life (e.g.,  ...  This article explores the boundaries of neighborhoods as subjectively constructed by 37 adolescents and 33 parents across four census-defined block groups in a Western city.  ...  That said, in future work, both with these data and others, it will be useful to consider in a systematic fashion the ways in which participation in schools and neighborhood associations matter for parents  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-9906.2009.00450.x fatcat:kjpznxszqzhcfopozfqb23ynam

Social Capital and Economic Development: A Neighborhood Perspective

Matthew J. Hanka, Trent Aaron Engbers
2017 Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs  
Moreover, this study addresses how differences in social capital across neighborhoods are explained by both individual and neighborhood characteristics.  ...  This study measures social capital in three diverse socioeconomic neighborhoods to better understand how social capital can serve as a tool for economic development.  ...  Disclosure Statement This research was funded from a College of Liberal Arts Faculty Development Award (CLAFDA) from the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Southern Indiana in Evansville, Indiana  ... 
doi:10.20899/jpna.3.3.272-291 fatcat:q7ksnc2j5radzaqfgzhz7staau

The Application of Salutogenesis in Communities and Neighborhoods [chapter]

Lenneke Vaandrager, Lynne Kennedy
2016 The Handbook of Salutogenesis  
This work offers insight into the benefits for some people with complex needs of re-connecting with nature, the environment, and basic social networks.  ...  This approach has some merit for researchers interested in enabling the promotion of health through communities, social networks and social action.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-04600-6_17 fatcat:rzobahd425fjbkiwf32pk2dniy

Comprehensive Neighborhood Portraits and Child Asthma Disparities

Ashley W. Kranjac, Rachel T. Kimbro, Justin T. Denney, Kristin M. Osiecki, Brady S. Moffett, Keila N. Lopez
2017 Maternal and Child Health Journal  
It is possible that these social environmental factors combine with physical environmental factors to influence and alter asthma risk [9, 22] .  ...  Further, the availability of social services in these types of neighborhoods can impact access to health care resources, and facilitate or impede a parent's ability to weaken the effect of poor air quality  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10995-017-2286-z pmid:28181157 fatcat:flzjthtpa5dvpgt7n6r7q724rq
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