Social Capital: An Introduction to Managing Networks

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Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2010 - Social Science - 176 pages
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This will be a tremendous addition to the social capital literature and especially teaching some of the concepts of social capital at the graduate level. Such a text is badly needed and quite remarkable that no one has published it before. Viva Ona Bartku
 

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I did not recognize strong teorethical background, specially relationship with human capital theory! Also what is relationship with moral, intellectual, and spiritual capital! How to develop synergy? Anyway it is useful Book!

Contents

PART I THEORY AND APPLICATIONS
1
1 Social capital and social networks in action
3
social capital strong and weak
16
3 Sociocentric perspectives with applications to human resources
33
4 Egocentric concepts and applications
44
PART II DATA METHODS
61
5 Obtaining data
63
preparations
72
PART III ANALYTIC METHODS
107
8 Analyzing structure
109
9 Analyzing positions
130
10 Social networks and social capital in action revisited
146
Appendix
151
References
168
Index
171
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