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Democracy in Flux: The Evolution of Social Capital in Contemporary Society
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- INDIVIDUALISM-COLLECTIVISM AND SOCIAL CAPITAL AT THE INDIVIDUAL LEVEL; pp. 205–217.
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Robert D. Putnam
The contributors note, for instance, that waning participation in unions, churches, and political parties seems to be virtually universal, a troubling discovery as these forms of social capital are especially important for empowering less educated, less affluent portions of the population.
Indeed, in general, the researchers found more social grouping among the affluent than among the working classes and they find evidence of a younger generation that is singularly uninterested in politics, distrustful both of politicians and of others, cynical about public affairs, and less inclined to participate in enduring social organizations. Offering a panoramic look at social capital around the world, this book makes an important contribution to our understanding of these phenomena.
Robert D. The founder of the Saguaro Seminar on Civic Engagement, he is the author of the bestselling Bowling Alone , which has been hailed as "powerful" Wall Street Journal , "a remarkable achievement" Los Angeles Times , and "wide ranging Peter A.
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We see it in a comparative, cross-cultural perspective, with each study illuminating all others. A masterpiece of social science. Democracies in Flux maps the vitality of civil society in eight industrial nations. As a property of communities and nations rather than individuals, social capital is simultaneously a cause and an effect.
Helliwell, John F. Dasgupta and I. Washington, DC: World Bank.
Putnam, RD Robert D. Putnam, Robert.
Putnam, Robert D. London School of Economics. Princeton, N.
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