social capital


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social capital

n
(Sociology) the network of social connections that exist between people, and their shared values and norms of behaviour, which enable and encourage mutually advantageous social cooperation
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"It is the social capital of a theatre on the boulevard, or a railroad from the Jardin des Plantes to La Rapee."
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To address which factors promote LMX to better explain job crafting, we considered the moderating role of internal social capital, which is defined as an individual's social trust, norms, values, and resources acquired from interpersonal relationships that help him or her to achieve individual or collective goals (Pastoriza & Arino, 2013).
The research focused on social capital and whether it acted as a protective factor against binge drinking amongst students.
Social capital is the name scientists give to the network of relationships between school officials, teachers, parents and the community that builds trust and norms promoting academic achievement.
In this study, the formation of and the factors influencing social capital, the link between the rural lifestyle and the social capital were investigated.
But this study also shows that social capital deserves a larger role in our thinking about cost-effective ways to support students, especially the most vulnerable," Goddard added in a study that appeared in the Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk.
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I first heard of "social capital" when I presented a paper in an international conference in Tokyo.
The concept of Social capital has been discussed widely by social scientists and development agencies generating considerable theoretical and empirical research in this field.
Consequently, recent research has examined the link between social capital and DRR, concluding that social capital contributes positively towards reducing disaster risk.