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Authors:

  • Yeji Park, Columbia Univ.
  • Kate Turetsky, Columbia Univ.
  • Rebecca Mohr, Columbia Univ.
  • Valerie Purdie Greenaway, Columbia Univ.
Using social network analysis, we tested the intersectional invisibility hypothesis in a relational context to determine if intersectional individuals occupy less visible network positions. Minority women were less central and had a lower proportion of reciprocal ties than non-intersectional individuals (minority or white men, white women) in a business course but not in a psychology course.
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