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Social Capital

Valuable personal and business connections between people and organizations. Social capital can enhance or even create success for a person or company. For example, a person may use his social capital by contacting friends and former colleagues to procure a job. Likewise, a company may use the collective social capital of its management to attract clients. See also: Networking.

social capital

see INFRASTRUCTURE.
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Therefore, the current is introducing social capital a moderating variable.
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The theory of social capital was used to guide the analysis of the data in this report, as it has been documented that community involvement and social perceptions can influence college students' risky drinking rates (Diguiseppi, Meisel, Balestrieri, Ott, Cox, Clark, & Barnett, 2018; NIAAA, 2002; Neighbors, Lee, Lewis, Fossos, & Larimer, 2007).
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Addressing the ceremony, Mr Cheung said the Social Capital Builder Awards presented aimed to give recognition to outstanding CIIF-funded projects, collaborative partners, organisations and individuals who made significant contributions to building social capital.
The social capital, with its dimensions can only be realized in rural areas in a strong manner to the extent that the norms as well as ethnic and religion based strong social bonds play a unifying and infusive role instead of being a source of discrimination and marginalization in the society.
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The ability of people to work together to achieve common goals in different communities is identified as social capital. It is important for humans to develop and channel their expertise in a community, where they can design a common goal.
The issue of social capital has increasingly attracted the attention of entrepreneurship scholars (e.g., Stam, Arzlanian & Elfring, 2014).
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