نتایج جستجو برای Social Capital

تعداد نتایج: 328263  
2009
Satoshi Kanazawa, Joanne Savage,

0167-4870/$ see front matter 2009 Elsevier B.V doi:10.1016/j.joep.2009.08.002 * Corresponding author. Address: Interdisciplinary WC2A 2AE, United Kingdom. Tel.: +44 20 7955 729 E-mail address: S.Kanazawa@lse.ac.uk (S. Kanaza We present an evolutionary psychological perspective on social capital. We first suggest that evolutionary psychology provides the most ultimate (as opposed to proximate) t...

2016
Stephen T. Isbel, Helen L. Berry,

Driving a car enables many people to engage in meaningful activities that, in turn, help develop and maintain personal social capital. Social capital, a combination of community participation and social cohesion, is important in maintaining well-being. This paper argues that social capital can provide a framework for investigating the general role of transportation and driving a car specificall...

2009
Tianyi Zhang,

Williams, D. (2007). The impact of time online: Social capital and cyberbalkanization. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 10(3), 398-406. Williams, D. (2006a). On and off the 'net: Scales for social capital in an online era. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 11(2), article 11. Putnam, R.D. (1995). Bowling alone: America's declining social capital. Journal of Democracy, 6(1), 65-78. Williams,...

2010
António Abreu, Luis M. Camarinha-Matos,

The characterization and assessment of the social capital of a member in collaborative networks is an important element to help promoting the success of collaborative networks. However, models to measure the social capital are lacking. Applying some concepts from social networks theory, this paper discusses some perspectives and criteria to identify and measure the value of social capital of a ...

2002
JOANNE SAVAGE, SATOSHI KANAZAWA,

In the present article, a reinterpretation of the concept of social capital is forwarded that incorporates the principles of evolutionary psychology. The authors propose that social capital, from the evolutionary psychological perspective, is any social relationship that, directly or indirectly, helps an individual maximize reproductive success through promoting survival, the acquisition of res...

Journal: :Health Informatics Journal 2003
Mariam Ginman,

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Esmaeil Kavousy, Seyyed Davoud Hosseini,

This research is making efforts to link the components of social capital and social development in regions 7-district 18 of Tehran Municipality's employees are evaluated and measured in this study, we refer to the concept of social capital and the economic and public interest aspects of social capital and how to create, maintain and destroy social capital mentioned, after it has been attempted ...

2002
Steven N. Durlauf,

This paper critically examines the way in which empirical evidence is developed in support of a role for social capital in socioeconomic outcomes. Three leading studies of social capital are reviewed and in each case argued to suffer from various identification problems. A general set of conditions under which social capital effects may be identified in linear models is given. Careful attention...

2004
Patrick Francois,

Many argue that elements of a society’s norms, culture or social capital are central to understanding its development. However, these notions have been difficult to capture in economic models. Here we explore a possible role for ‘trustworthiness’ as corresponding to social capital. Individuals are trustworthy when they perform in accordance with promises, even if this does not maximize their pa...

2001
Emanuela Todeva, David Knoke,

Strategic alliances developed and propagated as formalized interorganizational relationships, particularly among firms in international business systems. These cooperative arrangements seek to achieve organizational objectives better through collaboration than through competition, but alliances also generate problems at several levels of analysis. Theory and research have likewise proliferated ...

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