Gossip, Sabotage, and Friendship Network Dataset

Journal Article

This article describes the data reported in the paper “Being in the know: Social network analysisof gossip and friendship on college campuses” [1]. Data were collected from a Men’s andWomen’s collegiate crew team members from a small liberal arts college. Participants (N = 44)reported information about how often they gossip about members of the team (positively,negatively), who they have had hooked-up with on the team, who they consider to be friends with on the team, whether they have to sabotaged or been sabotaged by any teammates, their well-being and feelings of loneliness. This data brief provides detailed information about data preparation and participants responses to all survey items.

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Cited Authors

  • Yucel, M; Sjobeck, G; Glass, R; Rottman, J

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

  • 10.31234/osf.io/m6tsx