In sociology, social capital is the expected collective or economic benefits derived from the preferential treatment and cooperation between individuals and groups. Although different social sciences emphasize different aspects of social capital, they tend to share the core idea “that social networks have value”. Just as a screwdriver or a university education can increase productivity (both individual and collective), so do social contacts affect the productivity of individuals and groups.
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