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Social recommender systems, such as "Who to follow" on Twitter, utilize approaches that recommend friends of a friend or interest-wise similar people. Such algorithmic approaches have been criticized for resulting in filter bubbles and echo chambers, calling for diversity-enhancing recommendation strategies. Consequently, this article proposes a social diversification strategy for recommending potentially relevant people based on three structural positions in egocentric networks: dormant ties,doi:10.1155/2022/6584394 fatcat:zvldz2ylzncozc4mpt5cctixum