Social Capital: A Theory of Social Structure and Action (Structural Analysis in the Social Sciences)

Social Capital: A Theory of Social Structure and Action (Structural Analysis in the Social Sciences)

Nan Lin


Social Capital explains the significance of utilizing social connections and social kin in attaining targets. Social capital, or assets accessed via such connections and family members, is important (along with human capital, or what someone or association really possesses) in attaining ambitions for people, social teams, enterprises, and groups. The booklet introduces a idea that forcefully argues and indicates why "it is who you know," in addition to "what you know" that makes a distinction in existence and society.

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