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Exciting Social Capital news! There has never been a Social Capital Guide like this.

It contains 138 answers, much more than you can imagine; comprehensive answers and extensive details and references, with insights that have never before been offered in print. Get the information you need--fast! This all-embracing guide offers a thorough view of key knowledge and detailed insight. This Guide introduces what you want to know about Social Capital.

A quick look inside of some of the subjects covered: Horticulture - Etymology, Empowered democracy - Overview, Sociology of the Internet - Research trends, Workforce development - Elements of place-based programs, Smart city - Definition, Achieved status - Cultural capital, Capital (economics) - Modern types of capital, Barry Wellman - Community networks and ICTs, Spiritual capital, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Lurker - Lurking to active participation, Social enterprise - Awards, Nursing in the Philippines - Post-colonial Philippines, Third place, Social capital - Measurement, Communitarianism - Origins, Corrective justice - Restorative practices, Sexual capital - Importance, Sympathy - Human behavior, Adolescent sexuality - Motivations for loss of virginity, Factors of production - A fourth factor?, Worknet, Community - Social capital, Black Indians in the United States - Native American slave ownership, African-American culture - Ghettos, Crisis management - Unequal human capital theory, Economic imperialism (economics), Bowling Alone, Comparative psychology - Effect of animals on humans, Outline of science - Economics, Société à responsabilité limitée - Legal characteristics, Car pooling, Reputation - Building reputation through stakeholder management, Culture of Hong Kong - Religion and beliefs, Black church - As neighborhood institutions, and much more...

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