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Measuring the social capital of children

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Young Lives Working Paper 4
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Social capital has been defined in numerous ways, and can refer to sociability, social networks and support, trust, reciprocity and community and civic engagement. The effect of social capital upon children’s well-being is under-researched, and adults’ social capital is often used as a proxy for children’s social capital. This fact is only slowly being recognised, there is a need to develop research on measuring children’s social capital. International comparative research, such as that being...

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Institution:
South Bank University, London
Research group:
Young Lives
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Trudy Harpham
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Working Paper
Publication date:
2002-01-01
URN:
uuid:4ae6d1c6-7cb8-441f-82a5-d2cb527544cd
Local pid:
ora:1570
ISBN:
1-904427-03-0

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