Edited by Sherman Folland and Eric Nauenberg
Sherman Folland and Eric Nauenberg present the cutting edge of research covering the ever-expanding social capital field. With excellent contributions from leading academics, the Elgar Companion to Social Capital and Health offers a developed examination of new research across sociology, epidemiology, economics, psychology, and political science.
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- Elgar Companion to Social Capital and Health
- Chapter 1: Introduction to the Elgar Companion to Social Capital and Health
- Chapter 2: How does social capital contribute to health?
- Chapter 3: History of social capital and health
- Chapter 4: How social capital arises in areas
- Chapter 5: Social capital and health across the life cycle
- Chapter 6: Religious and social capital and health
- Chapter 7: Social capital in epidemiology
- Chapter 8: Social capital and aging brain health
- Chapter 9: Social capital and types of illness: where is it most effective?
- Chapter 10: Social capital and risk-taking behavior
- Chapter 11: Social capital and health interventions: enhancing social capital to improve health
- Chapter 12: Does health affect social capital?
- Chapter 13: Trust promotes health: addressing reverse causality by studying children of immigrants
- Chapter 14: Workplace social capital and sickness absence
- Chapter 15: Network approaches to the study of social capital and health
- Chapter 16: Do network members’ resources generate health inequality? Social capital theory and beyond
- Chapter 17: Social capital and health inequalities in developing countries: a case study for Indonesia
- Chapter 18: Social capital and economic growth
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Chapter 13: Trust promotes health: addressing reverse causality by studying children of immigrants
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