Marin, Alexandra and Soli Dubash. 2021. Relationship Change, Network Change, and the Use of Single Name Generators in Longitudinal Research on Social Support. Field Methods. 33:52-67
Marin, Alexandra and Chang Lin. Forthcoming. Noting the Ties after Tying the Knot: Photo-Based Elicitation of Retrospective Personal Network Data. Network Science. 8:251-270
Yousefi Nooraie, Reza, Joanna E. M. Sale, Alexandra Marin and Lori E. Ross. 2020. "Social Network Analysis: An Example of Fusion between Quantitative and Qualitative Methods." Journal of Mixed Methods Research.
Yousefi-Nooraie, Reza, Marin, Alexandra, Hanneman, Robert, Pullenayegum, Eleanor, Lohfeld, Lynn and Dobbins, Maureen. 2019. “The Relationship Between the Position of Name Generator Questions and Responsiveness in Multiple Name Generator Surveys.” Sociological Methods & Research. 48:243-262
Marin, Alexandra and Keith Hampton. 2007. "Simplifying the Personal Network Name Generator: Alternatives to Traditional Multiple and Single Name Generators." Field Methods 19:163-193
Marin, Alexandra. 2004. “Are Respondents More Likely to List Alters with Certain Characteristics?: Implications for Name Generator Data.” Social Networks 26: 289-307.
Müller, Christoph, Barry Wellman and Alexandra Marin. 1999. "How to Use SPSS to Study Ego-Centred Networks." Bulletin de méthodologies sociologiques 64: 63-76.
Marin, Alexandra and Keith Hampton. 2019. "Network Instability in Times of Stability." Sociological Forum. 34:313:336
Networks and Work
Marin, Alexandra and Sean Hayes. 2017. “The Occupational Context of Mismatch: Measuring the Link Between Occupations and Areas of Study to Better Understand Job-Worker Match.” Canadian Journal of Sociology. 42:1-22
Marin, Alexandra. 2013. "Who Can Tell? Network Diversity, Within-Industry Networks and Opportunities to Share Job Information". Sociological Forum. 28:350-372
Marin, Alexandra. 2012. "Don't Mention It: Why People Don't Share Job Information, When They Do, and Why It Matters". Social Networks. 34:181–192
Marin, Alexandra. 2007. "How Job Information Enters and Flows through Social Networks: The Role of Labour Market Characteristics and Tie Strength." [Textbook chapter] in Lorne Tepperman and Harley Dickinson (eds.) Sociology in Canada. Toronto: Oxford University Press.
Nooraie, R.Y., Marin, A., Hanneman, R., Lohfeld, L. and Dobbins, M., 2017. “Implementation of Evidence-informed Practice Through Central Network Actors; a Case Study of Three Public Health Units in Canada” BMC Health Services Research, 17:208-219
Nooraie, R.Y., Lohfeld, L., Marin, A., Hanneman, R. and Dobbins, M., 2017. “Informing the Implementation of Evidence-informed Decision Making Interventions Using a Social Network Analysis Perspective; a Mixed-methods Study” BMC Health Services Research, 17:122-136
Cadarette, S.M., Ban, J.K., Consiglio, G.P., Black, C.D., Dubins, D., Marin, A. and Tadrous, M., 2017. “Diffusion of Innovations Model Helps Interpret the Comparative Uptake of Two Methodological Innovations: Co-authorship Network Analysis and Recommendations for the Integration of Novel Methods in Practice”. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 84:150-160.
Yousefi-Nooraie, Reza, Dobbins, Maureen, Marin, Alexandra, Hanneman, Robert. and Lohfeld, Lynn. 2015. “The Evolution of Social Networks Through the Implementation of Evidence-informed Decision-making Interventions: a Longitudinal Analysis of Three Public Health Units in Canada.” Implementation Science. 10:166.
Yousefi-Nooraie, Reza, Maureen Dobbins, and Alexandra Marin. 2014. “Social and Organizational Factors Affecting Implementation of Evidence-informed Practice in a Public Health Department in Ontario: a Network Modelling Approach” Implementation Science. 9:29
Fleming, Lee, Lyra Colfer, Alexandra Marin and Jonathan McPhie. 2013. “Why the Valley Went First: Agglomeration and Emergence in Regional Inventor Networks” in Walter Powell and John Padgett (eds.). The Emergence of Organizations and Markets. Princeton: Princeton University Press. pp. 520-544 (Figures)
Marin, Alexandra and Barry Wellman. 2010. "Social Network Analysis: An Introduction". in Handbook of Social Network Analysis. Peter Carrington and John Scott (eds.). London: Sage