نتایج جستجو برای Social Capital

تعداد نتایج: 328263  
Journal: :Journal of health and social behavior 2011
Lijun Song,

The author proposes a conceptual model to explain the diverse roles of social capital--resources embedded in social networks--in the social production of health. Using a unique national U.S. sample, the author estimated a path analysis model to examine the direct and indirect effects of social capital on psychological distress and its intervening effects on the relationships between other struc...

2011
Christoph Safferling,

We use data from an online game economy and econometric matching methods to test whether social capital of players has an impact on game success. Membership in a “clan”, a voluntary organisation of players, positively impacts game success. Hence, social capital has a positive effect on outcomes. Yet, top performers do not gain from access to this social capital. JEL Classification: A13, C99, D1...

Journal: :Journal of clinical and diagnostic research : JCDR 2014
Manu Batra, Pradeep Tangade, Yogesh Chand Rajwar, Subha Soumya Dany, Prashant Rajput,

Social determinants have always been an important element of the oral health. It has been seen that social aspects like the organizations and relations influence the health of population. A new domain named social capital has come up into limelight which refers to "features of social organization, such as trust, norms and networks that can improve the efficacy of society by facilitating coordin...

Journal: :MIS Quarterly Executive 2014
Munir Mandviwalla, Richard Watson,

Starting from the notion of the organization as a capital-conversion system, the full article provides organizations with a structured approach for developing a social media strategy that can generate capital out of the apparent chaotic and unmanageable flood of unstructured individual opinions that arrive via social media. The approach links organizational strategy to capital-generation goals ...

2013
Matteo Gagliolo, Tom Lenaerts, Dirk Jacobs,

Social capital designs the ensemble of resources which are accessible to a social actor through its relationship with other actors [1]. As such, social capital is always embedded in a social network, where nodes represent actors (e.g. individuals, political groups, associations), and links represent relationships (e.g., friendship, common interests, hostility) [2]. Social networks are inherentl...

Journal: :Online Information Review 2010
Isto Huvila, Kim Holmberg, Stefan Ek, Gunilla Widén,

Purpose: Second Life is a user-created online virtual world, which is a place where people with shared interests can meet and be together and share information. The purpose of this study is to investigate whether Second Life communities foster and nurture social capital, whether social capital within Second Life is related to social capital outside the virtual world, whether some characteristic...

1999
Steven N. Durlauf,

This essay is designed to call into question the current boomlet in policy and academic circles for social capital. Social capital has become an explanation for an array of domestic problems in the United States as well as for understanding issues of third world development. However, there is strong reason to ask whether the rise in interest in social capital is due to its demonstrated strength...

Journal: :The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science 2002
Kwame McKenzie, Rob Whitley, Scott Weich,

Evidence for inequalities in morbidity and mortality by occupational social and mortality by occupational social class and material standard of living class and material standard of living has become irrefutable (Acheson, has become irrefutable (Acheson, 1998). Attention has now turned to 1998). Attention has now turned to the effects of social context (MacIntyre the effects of social context (...

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