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نتایج جستجو برای Social Capital

تعداد نتایج: 327953  
ژورنال: Journal of Research and Health 2012
Babapour Kheirodin, Jalil, Bahadori Khosroshah, Jafar , Hashemi Nosratabad, Touraj ,

Psychological capital is a new concept that today is discussed. Introducing this approach is indicative of its importance and role to psychological well-being and social capital. Therefore, the purpose of this research was to investigate the relationship between psychological capitals with social capital in Tabriz university students. The research method was descriptive-correlative and the samp...

2003
Daniel J. Brass, Giuseppe Labianca, Shaul Gabbay, Roger Leenders,

This paper explores the role of social capital in human resources management. We suggest that the recent interest in social capital has neglected the possibility that social networks may contain negative ties, and that attention to these negative ties may provide additional insights into understanding relationships and social networks in organizations. Research focusing on the antecedents and c...

2011
Daniel Davenport, Clyde W. Holsapple,

Organizations have capabilities for creating and sharing knowledge (intellectual capital) that give them their distinctive advantage over other institutional arrangements, such as markets (Ghoshal & Nahapiet, 1998). But, what is the basis of a firm’s knowledge development capabilities? At least in part, the answer is that these capabilities stem from the social capital that an organization poss...

2010
T. K. Ahn,

Few social scientific concepts have gathered so much attention and so many followers in such a short period of time than the concept of social capital. As the articles collected in the current volume show, the fundamental idea can be traced back at least to de Tocqueville ([1840] 1945, Chapter 1 in this volume). Hanifan (1920, Chapter 2 in this volume), Jacobs (1961, Chapter 4 in this volume), ...

1999
Anirudh Krishna, Elizabeth Shrader,

2002
B. Delworth Gardner,

The organizers of this session presumably knew what they were doing in inviting me to discuss these papers, but 1 am dubious. I doubt that it was because I have a reputation for discovering major flaws in the neoclassical model and thus would readily accept the arguments presented in these papers. My Chicago training and published work would suggest that hypothesis to be a little far-fetched, O...

Journal: Iranian Economic Review 2017

This paper examines the dimensions of social capital in Tehran. The data were collected by means of questionnaire. 2400 residents of Tehran were selected by stratified sampling who were over 15 years old. The theories of scholars such as Pierre Bourdieu, James Coleman, and Robert Putnam in definition of social capital are applied. Social capital has been studied in five aspects including associ...

In recent decades, the intervention of social capital in discourses and scientific documents in the fields of sociology, social sciences and economics have been increased. This focus on social capital is justified by its role which it plays in the production of human, economic and institutional capital. On the other hand, Education is the basic component of social cohesion, national identity an...

2001
Ray Forrest, Ade Kearns,

In current theoretical and policy debates concerning social cohesion, the neighbourhood has re-emerged as an important setting for many of the processes which supposedly shape social identity and life-chances. It is in this context of a renewal of interest in local social relations and particularly the deployment of notions of social capital that this paper offers a critical review of a wide-ra...