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Lesson Three - Social Capital

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John Barlow

on 30 April 2018

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Transcript of Lesson Three - Social Capital

Ideas
Think about one thing that you need help with and ask 5 different types of people within your network if they know someone that can help or signpost you

Social Capital
Social Capital (Lesson 3)
End of Lesson 3
100
Years

The ideas relating to social capital have been around for over 100 years
A little bit of help..

Thinking about the purpose of your engagement and choosing the right method increases your opportunity to access those who are disengaged and build something called social capital.
What is Social Capital?
Citizenship
Neighbourliness
Interact
Social capital
Relationships
Shared values
“Features of social organisation, such as trust, norms, and networks, that can improve the efficiency of society by facilitating coordinated actions.” (Putnam)

Why does social capital matter?
Trust
Information
Sharing
and
Vision

Podcast…
Links to people based on a sense of common identity (“people like us”) – such as family, close friends and people who share our culture or ethnicity.
Bonding
Bridging
links that stretch beyond a shared sense of identity, for example to distant friends, colleagues and associates.
Linking
links to people or groups further up or lower down the social ladder.
Civic participation
“Those tangible assets [that] count for most in the daily lives of people: namely goodwill, fellowship, sympathy, and social intercourse among the individuals and families who make up a social unit.”

Robert Putnam
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