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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
David yehda Nevo kashpizki
A Trustworthy Reputation in a Financial Social Network Environment: How Do Structural-Hole Individuals Act When Their Trustworthy Reputation Stands To Be Compromised? A Social Network Analysis (SNA) and Social Psychology Interdisciplinary Perspective
Applied Social Psychology
(Master’s programme)
2019
This research aimed to link two fields of research with each other, social network analysis and social psychology, by focusing on one of the more important roles in social networks: structural holes. Specifically, this research assumed that structural holes are not only a position in a network but also a role filled by individuals with a psychological predisposition to construct networks rich with structural holes. This research aimed to discover how structural hole individuals (SHIs) make decisions regarding self-rewarding and preserving a trustworthy reputation in a self-rewarding context. Consequently, the research question was, “How will people who are defined as structural hole individuals act when their trustworthy reputation stands to be compromised?”

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