Conclusions on Social Capital Theory

To date, attempts to conceptualize social capital have not taken into account the complexity of interactions between determinants, structural elements and consequences or manifestations. The result is a tenuous link between the operationalization and theoretical understanding of the concept.

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This article is part of a thesis submitted to the University of Queensland, Australia. You should reference this work as:

Claridge, T., 2004. Social Capital and Natural Resource Management: An important role for social capital? Unpublished Thesis, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

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