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Measuring social capital

Christiaan Grootaert

Measuring social capital

an integrated questionnaire

by Christiaan Grootaert

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Published by World Bank in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Questionnaires,
  • Methodology,
  • Social capital (Sociology),
  • Research

  • Edition Notes

    StatementChristiaan Grootaert ... [et al.].
    SeriesWorld Bank working paper -- no. 18
    ContributionsNetLibrary, Inc
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHM708 .M43 2004eb
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    Paginationvii, 53 p. :
    Number of Pages53
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25557023M
    ISBN 101417503149
    OCLC/WorldCa57438942

    Approaches for Measuring Social Capital: /ch While it is possible to measure how much an economic capital is worth, at least in terms of monetary value, through the use of sophisticated econometricAuthor: Ben Kei Daniel. Measuring Social Capital: An Integrated Questionnaire is part of the World Bank Working Paper series. These papers are published to communicate the results of the Bank’s ongoing research and to stimulate public discussion. The idea of social capital has enjoyed a remarkable rise to prominence in both the theoretical and applied social science.

    Social capital is the effective functioning of social groups through interpersonal relationships, a shared sense of identity, a shared understanding, shared norms, shared values, trust, cooperation, and capital is a measure of the value of resources, both tangible (public spaces, private property) and intangible ("actors", "human capital", people), and the . Social Support: This index measures the availability of social support systems and where people turn for social, emotional, financial, instrumental, and informational support. 3. Diversity of Friendships: Since we rely on different people for different types of support, having diverse social networks is essential for high social capital.

    " Understanding and Measuring Social Capital " provides a conceptual review, and measurement tools, in a form readily available for development practitioners. The book discusses the respective value of quantitative, and qualitative approaches to the analysis of social capital, illustrating the discussion with examples, and case studies from. Measuring “anti-social” capital By Joe Cortright. The number of security guards is a good measure of a city’s level of “anti-social” capital. In his book Bowling Alone, Robert Putnam popularized the term “social capital.” Putnam also developed a clever series of statistics for measuring social capital.


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Social capital cannot be measured directly, but can be inferred from its determinants or manifestations. The determinants are factors that have an impact on social interactions and therefore allow social capital to come about Measuring social capital book more).

Manifestations are the outcomes of social capital (read more) for example lower crime rates. We measure. Understanding and measuring social capital - a multidisciplinary tool for practitioners (English) Abstract. The importance of social capital for sustainable development, is by now well recognized.

Measuring social capital clearly has an intrinsic appeal (Inkeles ) however, as Fukuyama (, p. 12) states, ‘one of the greatest weaknesses of the social capital concept is the absence of consensus on how to measure it’.] The measurement of social capital and the assessment of its contribution are certainly in their infancy (Fox ).

Advances in social capital research imply that social capital is a multi-dimensional Measuring social capital book (Putnam, ; Woolcock, ), with bonding, bridging, and linking social capital being most commonly discussed in the literature.

Bonding social capital refers to the social ties and networks within homogeneous groups in a community (Terrion, ).File Size: KB. This book details both the quantitative and qualitative approaches to the analysis of social capital. Also included is the Social Capital Assessment Tool which combines quantitative and qualitative instruments in order to measure social capital at the household, community, and organization levels.5/5(1).

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iii FOREWORD There is growing empirical evidence that social capital contributes significantly toFile Size: KB. Maybe one of the best ways to measure social capital is through measuring its dimensions.

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Introduction: Why Build a Social Capital Index. Discussions about American society, to the extent they involve facts, revolve around problems reflected in economic, demographic, and political gets defined as a problem, which causes attract interest, what consequences are deemed worrisome, and how effective are attempted remedies—all of these depend on having.

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Social capital value is a way to measure the impact of projects in a language that governments, corporations and the media can understand. There is a book recently written by and Dr.

Moayedfar in Iran which tries to measure social capital in Iran by mathematical formulas. ing social capital. The purpose of this paper is to introduce such a tool—the Integrated Questionnaire for the Measurement of Social Capital (SC-IQ)—with a focus on applications in developing countries. The tool aims to generate quantitative data on various dimensions of social capital as part of a.

“Social infrastructure is not "social capital" -- a concept commonly used to measure people's relationships and interpersonal networks -- but the physical conditions that determine whether social capital develops. When social infrastructure is robust, it fosters contact, mutual support, and collaboration among friends and neighbors; when.

Social capital is a relatively new concept in the social sciences. In the last twenty or so years it has come to indicate that networks of social relationships represent a 'resource' for both the individual and society, since they provide support for the individual and facilitate collective action.

Measuring social capital Section 1 – Introduction In Australia, as in other nations, social capital is being looked to as a means of stemming the tide of perceived community decline and widespread distrust associated with it. It promises hope for the regeneration of benefits – both socialFile Size: KB.

PANEL ON MEASURING SOCIAL AND CIVIC ENGAGEMENT AND SOCIAL COHESION IN SURVEYS. KENNETH PREWITT (Chair), School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University. MICHAEL X. DELLI CARPINI, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania ROBERT W. EDWARDS, Independent Consultant, Camberra ACT, Australia.

Books & Articles Social Capital: The Key to Macro Change. Shifting from the “micro” model found in so many policies and procedures that approach the person with a physical, mental, or emotional disability as “the problem,” this new book on social capital by Condeluci and Fromknecht offers a “macro” approach for human services in the community and for people.

interest in measuring the concept of social capital more directly. First, the publication of Robert Putnam’s book Bowling Alone in and the subsequent development of the Social Capital Community Benchmark Survey (discussed below) made the concept of social capital more accessible and amenable to measurement.

Second, the terrorist attacksFile Size: 39KB."Understanding and Measuring Social Capital" provides a conceptual review, and measurement tools, in a form readily available for development practitioners. The book discusses the respective value of quantitative, and qualitative approaches to the analysis of social capital, illustrating the discussion with examples, and case studies from many.This measure stands in stark contrast to our measure of “anti-social capital” the number of security guards per capita in each metropolitan area, which we wrote about earlier this year.

Not surprisingly, cities that rank high in our measure of anti-social capital (Miami, New Orleans, and Las Vegas) are all in the “top five” for security.