social capital


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social capital

(sō′shĭl) [L. socialis]
Community assets, i.e., interpersonal networks, bonds, and institutions that support communities, maintain their cohesiveness, and help them weather crises.
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The concept of social capital is a useful heuristic for the task we undertake below.
In viewing our data through a lens of social capital, we include this background Islamophobia when considering the preference for networking and support that we found among Muslim jobseeker informants.
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3) This paper, therefore, is an exploratory analysis, aided by the collation of literature and empirical data, of the dimensions and risk for socially mobile Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals and households in social capital terms.
Social capital is the currency of success now and you have to capitalise on this.
Depending on one's frame of reference and training, social capital can mean different things to different audiences and different investigators.
Model 2 includes the TMT-level social capital variables.
The positive connection between social capital and human capital accumulation was first described in Coleman (1988) and in Teachman et al.
This article examines how social capital relates to highway safety.
Social capital, school choice, admission, educational market, educational inequality, social stratification