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This chapter reemphasises that bridging ties are vertical, upward, authoritative, heterogeneous and more formalised arrangements, which is actually akin to what Weber conceptualised as (Vergesellschaftung, Macht, Herrschaft, Zweckrational) and what contemporary sociologists label as status cues. Then it stresses that bridging structures correspond to high status and power configurations. Moreover, this chapter explains the idea that influential bridges exhibit status cues, derive power and influence entrepreneurial newcomers’ cognition and everyday communication. Communication accommodation theory is fused to postulate on how entrepreneurial newcomers both cognitively converge (upward) with and cognitively diverge (downward) from high status and powerful bridges. Thus, I suggest that entrepreneurial newcomers’ successfully negotiating status and power differentials in bridging structures depends on two features of communication accommodation: cognitive convergence and cognitive divergence.
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