Social Capital Theory

Social capital theory is incredibly complex with researchers and practitioners approaching it from various disciplines and backgrounds for various applications. The result is considerable diversity, controversy and disagreement surrounding the theory. This section will discuss the following components of the theory:

Citing this article

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 Unpublished Thesis, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

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  1. I’m currently doing a thesis entitled, USE OF A SOCIAL NETWORK SITE TO BUILD, MAINTAIN BOND SOCIAL CAPITAL AMONG VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE STUDENTS, and I am using the Social Capital Theory, may you suggest me who will I credit or cite for this theory? I hope I’ll get a response as soon as possible. Thank you so much! 🙂

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