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Sources of Social Capital

Social capital relates to the human tendency to be social and work together with others for collective benefit. As such, the sources of social capital are extremely varied and are often considered to include anything that promotes social interaction and exchange, the development of norms for these interactions, and even factors that shape the beliefs and values that are part of the culture of a society.

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